Well, this is surprising. Miami rapper SpaceGhostPurrp shared a new track featuring A$AP Rocky titled “R.I.P. Yams.”
On this fine Monday morning, fans get reacquainted with the galactic sounds of SpaceGhostPurrp, who teamed up with Sir Michael Rocks on a new track titled “Dollar Bill.”
SpaceGhostPurrp has been relatively quiet since closing 2012 with his B.M.W. EP, an acronym that stood for Black Man’s Wealth. The Miami native returns today with “Starz,” a track that expands on the spaced out, trippy sound that gained him notoriety.
Raider Klan’s lead man SpaceGhostPurrp took to Twitter a few days ago to preview an unusually long snippet of his new track “Whole Latta Icee.” Now the Miami rapper dropped another link to some very NSFW visuals for another track, titled “Come & Git Yuh Some.” To add some context, the visuals were shot in legendary Atlanta gentleman’s […]
You need a little bit of that gangsta music? Never fear, Freddie Gibbs is here with the highly anticipated mixtape, Baby Face Killa with DJ Drama. This eighteen-track helping includes guest appearances from Kirko Bangz, Krayzie Bone, SpaceGhostPurrp, Dom Kennedy, Curren$y, Young Jeezy, Slick Pulla, YG, and Wayne Blazed. As reported if you want the retail […]
Roll one to this. Freddie Gibbs links up with notorious tokers Krayzie Bone and SpaceGhostPurrp for this new helping off of the highly anticipated mixtape, Baby Face Killa. As announced, Freddie Gibbs announced that his mixtape will be available free of charge on websites everywhere with DJ Drama holding down the hosting duties. However, if you want […]
Although Harlem’s A$AP Rocky and Miami-bred rapper-producer SpaceGhostPurrp have collaborated on a few tracks (“Pretty Flacko,” “Purple Swag Chapter 2”), it appears the brewing beef between the young upstarts has hit a fever pitch after Rocky personally addressed the Raider Klan leader while on the red carpet during the 2012 BET Awards this past Sunday […]
Miami producer-rapper, SpaceGhostPurrp, will be releasing his LP Mysterious Phonk: Chronicles Of SpaceGhostPurrp on June 12th. Can’t wait that long to get trippy? Never fear, Rolling Stone comes through with a full stream of the album that you can check out right after the break.
You may be familiar with SpaceGhostPurrp via his work with A$AP Rocky and LA Weekly has gone as far as calling him “Odd Future’s Cosmic Cousin.” The Miami producer/rapper definitely has talent and showcases it (hyper confidence, brooding production) on this bottom heavy joint called “The Black God.” The song will appear on Purrp’s forthcoming Mysterious […]