A month after the release of “Bulletproof“, Houston-based singer – Beverly – releases the visuals. Watch below.
Directed by Bode Ojo.
Big Sean may be preparing to drop off his new album Dark Sky Paradise tomorrow, but today he’s hitting us with a freebie, “Me, Myself & I.” The freestyle is over Beyonce‘s instrumental, which, in case you didn’t is produced by Ro Ransom’s frequent collaborator RobGotBeats. Sean Don starts off by saying it’s one of his favorite Bey tracks of all time (#facts).
This should serve as even more encouragement to scoop up a copy of DSP on iTunes tomorrow (or pre-order it today). We’re thinking the album will be his most polished yet. If you’ve already heard an early leak of the G.O.O.D. release, share your thoughts in the comments.
Crazy what a cold bitch will do for palm trees
Type that can’t hold my hand even if they palm read
I got a good girl at home yeah that’s all me
I gave my number out on the outro I’m like call me real nigga
Since they cut my umbilical I passed weed in my physical
Yeah my woman is vegan she got my ass tryna different food
I got her listening to music that she wouldn’t listen too
Got her vibing to Nas, she like man this what I been missing boo?
This mysterious cut has been circulating the internet today. The leak was uploaded to rapper Sway Burr’s Soundcloud, although according to the credits he’s just a featured artist. It doesn’t sound finished, and for all we know it isn’t, but we know how you guys fiend for Rocky. The cut features a short opening verse from Rocky, a chopped up a hook and a closing verse from Rich Homie (with Sway Burr in the middle). The H-town vibes are definitely present, but no producer has been credited.
Could this be an early, unfinished album leak? Or a random verse Sway Burr got his hands and liberated? Time will tell.
That’s Santa Claus, big body
That Phantom Rolls, too hot
Nigga fan them off, Tupac
Bandana on, bandana off
Stand on my two feet and use my penis as my third leg
Soulja Boy is nothing if not prolific. The SODfather always has a new project in the works, and today, that project is King Soulja 4. He’s unleashed a new record from the project called “Whippin’ My Wrist”, which we’ve seen him do much of on his “Tony Hawk (Whip My Wrist)” and “Bugatti (Whip My Wrists)” records from last year. As an experienced wrist whipper, Soulja upgrades his flow on his latest track, presenting a new skipping and stuttering double time flow that suits him well.
No word on when we’ll be getting the newest installment in the King Soulja franchise, but we’re thinking it’ll be pretty soon.
Bitches on bitches
While swervin’ in Bentleys
We watching for the cops, ’cause niggas be snitchin’
Got millis on millis, my niggas you silly
We stack it, pack it, stack it up to the ceiling
As planned, Detroit’s IBGM collective released a new compilation mixtape on Friday called World Champions. Laced with 12 tracks, the new mixtape features guest appearances from the likes of Oba Rowland, Adubb Da Gawd, SAYITIANT, Drey Skonie, and Dej Loaf, who stars in this new standout cut titled “Hands Down”.
Showing off her soft vocals and vicious rhymes, Dej Loaf hops on this iRock-produced beat and delivers another melodic & catchy-ass record that fans will definitely vibe with. Serving as the follow up to “We Be On It”, “Hands Down” is another really strong addition to her steady-growing catalogue of hits, following “Try Me” & Kid Ink’s buzzing single “Be Real”.
Check out her latest offering and let us know what ya think!
Lil Wayne teams with Migos for “Amazing Amy”.
Lil Wayne began his “Free Carter V” campaign with the release of Sorry 4 The Wait 2, but things got a little more serious with news that Weezy is preparing to sue Cash Money label head (and father figure) Birdman for $8 Million over the delay.