Another day, another 2 Chainz track, or that just happens to be the reality with his Trapavelli Tre mixtape that much closer to releasing.
First and foremost, it’s dope to see how many New York City MCs are collaborating these days. That said, Vado returns with a new tune titled “Zoo Muzik,” featuring Coke Boys’ own Chinx and veteran Mobb Deep member Prodigy.
The term “bae” has become commonplace on the Internets, as it’s a colloquialism for one’s significant other. Now that that’s clear, We The Best Music Group’s Vado teams up with crooner Jeremih on a song called, um, “My Bae.”
Vado has been on a 90s flow as of late, and that continues with “Hay Now.” This freebie track, featuring Chinx, sounds like it was leftover from the Sinatra EP sessions.
There’s been a steady increase in Vado’s output since he joined DJ Khaled’s We The Best Music Group. This, of course, reached its highest zenith point to date last night when he released his long-awaited Sinatra EP.
As promised, Vado debuted a visual for street single, “Look Me In My Eyes,” featuring Rick Ross and French Montana. This is almost an immediate follow-up to the We The Best affiliate’s new track, “Pimpin,” and also releases on the eve of his Sinatra EP.
Vado lives, sweats, and breathes Harlem, but this time he finds some inspiration from Brooklyn’s favorite, Jay Z, on his new release “Pimpin.” The track takes direct cues from Jigga Man’s hit single “Big Pimpin.”
Here’s something that will set your Saturday off properly. We The Best’s Vado and Ace Hood teamed up to rhyme over DMX’s classic “Stop Being Greedy.”
After pushing Slime Flu 4 for some months, Vado is on to the next. The We The Best Music Group artists is fine tuning his Sinatra EP, and today, we receive the first single, “Look Me In My Eyes.”
The game just ain’t the same for rappers. “Control” and the ilk that promote it have changed the music landscape, but these 15 rappers are not cut from that cloth.
Vado has more content to push from his latest mixtape, Slime Flu 4. Today, he returns with a visual for “R.N.S.,” featuring Jadakiss and Troy Ave.
Uncle Murda (aka UM) admitted that he has ample material ready for release and it looks like he finally has the ball rolling. With that, we receive a visual for his hometown anthem, “New York City,” featuring Waka Flocka Flame and Vado.
Harlem’s own Vado connects with New York veteran Raekwon in the visual for “Fast Lane,” a take on Kool G. Rap’s Nas-assisted classic.
Vado received a second chance at mainstream success when he inked a deal with DJ Khaled’s We The Best Music Group imprint. Since then, the Harlemite has consistently dropped tracks to build anticipation for his long-awaited Slime Flu 4 mixtape.
Recent We The Best signee Vado has a few things in store on his forthcoming mixtape Slime Flu 4. Case in point, he delivered a new track called “Till My Wrist Hurt (Copy),” featuring French Montana, Chinx Drugz, Pusha T.
N.O.R.E. made a resurgence with Student of the Game, but he’s far from done with 2013, because he’s formed a group with brothers in rhyme Vado and Yung Reallie. United the trio are known as Good Belt Gang, and they return today with a new track called “Hood BBQ” from their forthcoming compilation album.
Vado is currently prepping his Slime Flu 4 mixtape, but before that releases, we receive an audible treat from the bubbling rapper called “Straight For The Summer.” The song, featuring Fabolous and Kirko Bangz, definitely caters to the season it name drops.
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