Eminem and DJ Whoo Kid team up to create Shady Classics, a mixtape full of fan-favorite tracks in advance of the Shady XV compilation LP arriving on November 24.
During an era when Atlanta is known for providing party anthems, it’s great to hear thought provoking tracks by rappers from the city. This one, titled “The Way It Be,” comes courtesy of former Aftermath artist Stat Quo.
The Game wanted his record label to be called Rolex Records, but the folks over at Rolex shut that down. Now, the West Coast rapper has switched his imprint to The Firm (another title that’s already been used in rap).
Remember Stat Quo? He was a rapper out of Atlanta, full of the promise being signed to Aftermath Records usually entails. Like too many, the honeymoon on Dr. Dre’s label soon ended with Statlana asking for his leave. Wiz Khalifa must recall because Stat Quo, along with another Aftermath refugee called Game, appear on his […]
MayDay is joined by Pharoahe Monch and Stat Quo for the remix to their single “Death March.” The group will be dropping their new mixtape Take Me To Your Leader on March 26th. MORE ON HIP-HOP WIRED! • 10 Reasons Why ‘Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded’ Won’t Live Up To The Hype • Jordan Brand Reps […]
Bobby Creekwater & Stat Quo – “Alright Alright” Former Shady/Aftermath rappers Bobby Creekwater and Stat Quo have joined forces under the name FUPM. Here’s the first offering from the duo, produced by I Am Invisible. Listen To More Wired Tracks Here