The MMG crew is back tonight, as Rick Ross & Meek Mill link up for a brand new freestyle over the “Drug Money” instrumental. They sound hungry and on the track, remind the game why they are still a major force. We have been waiting on Meek’s Dreamchasers 3 mixtape for quite some time, so hopefully it drops sooner than later.
Rozay is working on his next studio album, Mastermind, set for a summer release.
Ace Hood – Bugatti (Remix) (feat. Wiz Khalifa, T.I., Meek Mill, French Montana, 2 Chainz, DJ Khaled & Birdman)
Now this is a remix. Ace Hood recruits just about everyone in the rap game for his highly-anticipated remix to his smash single “Bugatti.” We can’t even lie and say that this version isn’t hot though, as T.I. & Meek absolutely went ham on this. Ace Hood’s new album Trials & Tribulations will be in stores on July 16.
Who do you think had the hottest verse? Let us know in the comment section.
Less than nearly 5 months removed from the release of “Legends Era” mixtape, Roc Nation super-producer / rapper Jahlil Beats returns for the second installment in the series. The 23-year-old Philly native is taking no time off with his newest release continuing his current limelight pattern as one of top producers in the game.
The mixtape features production from Jahli Beats with the exception of one track produced by Swift D. Features come from Problem, Meek Mill, Chase N Cashe, Young Jeezy, Swizz Beatz, Raekwon, Yo Gotti, Mill, Tayyib Ali, Rockie Fresh, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Juelz Santana, Big Sean, French Montana, The Game, P.A.P.I., Jae Millz, Busta Rhymes, Junsu, The Beat Bully, C Dot Butler, E Gram, Swift D, Kid Ink, Ace Hood and KC. Check after the jump to view the 27-track tracklistings along with download links ready.
R&B songstress, Cassie hasn’t project since her debut self-titled album in 2006, but she returns today with her first ever mixtape entitled “#RockaByeBaby.” Themed from one of the greatest urban movies of all time, “New Jack City”; Cassie (much like Keisha) has her lips on the NINA ready to unload a full clip of musical fire onto her fans when you were least expecting it. Apparently her services were needed in the game which we’ve seen releases of “Paradise” and “Numb” as appetizers for the project leading into her sophomore album set to release later this year.
The mixtapes features consist of Wiz Khalifa, Pusha T, Rick Ross, Too $hort, Fabolous, Meek Mill, Jeremih, French Montana, Ester Dean; with A-list production help from Mike WiLL Made It, Rob Holladay, Da Internz an Young Chop to name a few. Check after the jump to view the 13-track tracklistings along with download links ready.
Meek Mill is back in action as today he delivers a brand new freestyle over the “G5″ instrumental. No word yet if this will make it’s way onto Meek’s upcoming mixtape DreamChasers 3, but we would have to imagine it has a pretty good shot. This isn’t a bad offering from Meek either as he drops some nice lines. Check it out above.
BET Networks held their 9th annual “Rip The Runway” fashion and urban music show in Manhattan’s Hammerstein Ballroom. The episode which will be airing again tonight on BET premiered last night at 8pm with this year’s hosts actor Boris Kodjoe and songstress Kelly Rowland. Along with the most popular music and latest fashion designs out, both will coincide for your appetite of eye-candy whether the gender you prefer. You can check after the jump for live performances from the showcase featuring Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Trinidad Jame$, Omarion, Luke James, Jaden Smith, Duck and Sevyn Streeter.
OS REWIND: Kelly Rowland – Kisses Down Low [Music Video]
OS REWIND: Omarion – Paradise [Music Video]
OS REWIND: Trinidad Jame$ – All Gold Everything (Remix) (feat. T.I., Young Jeezy & 2 Chainz) [Music Video]
While we’ve still been waiting on his Ca$h Money records debut and seventh solo studio album “Underrated,” Bow Wow has been consistently delivering music for his audience with his “Greenlight” mixtape series. For its fifth installment, we see features from Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Tunechi, Gucci Mane, Jadakiss, Gucci Mane, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Busta Rhymes, Araab Muzik, Jay Rock and Tyga; with production from Jahlil Beats, Araab Muzik, Cardiak, Drumma Boy, 808 Mafia, DJ Mustard an Beat Bully. You can check after the jump to view the 16-track tracklistings along with a download link ready.
Who is ready for a new mixtape from Meek Mill? Well your in luck because today Meek took to Twitter to announce the release date for DreamChasers 3 is officially May 6. This is great news for all fans of Meek, as the first two tapes in the series are certified fire the anticipation for the third is through the roof. Are you excited for some new music from Meek Milly?
Funkmaster Flex is gearing up for his return to the mixtape game with the release of his upcoming project “Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself?” After hitting the streets off with his first leak “Let The Blunt Go” featuring Chris Brown and Problem; Flex delivers another all-star collaboration this time with the newest member of We The Best Music Group, Vado for “Don’t Make Me Do It.” Along with Violence.And.Drugs.Only. we see DJ. Khaled, Ace Hood, Meek Mill & French Montana all featured on Flex’s latest single. The radio “BOMBS” are already cued up as you can stay tuned for the Flex’s “Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself?” coming soon!
Meek Mill is officially in mixtape mode as today he drops his latest freestyle over the ever so popular “Started From The Bottom” instrumental. Meek actually spits some nice bars on this beat, which just adds to the anticipation for his upcoming DreamChasers 3 project.
Fresh from the release of his debut studio album “Dreams and Nightmares,” Philly emcee Meek Mill hasn’t let the success become reality as he’ still on the grind to chasing his dream (pun intended) as he plans to release “Dreamchasers 3” in the beginning of April. Rob Markman brings up “Burn” and “Use To Be” being some of his favorite cuts from “Dreamchasers 2” and asked Meek how does he take it up a notch for DC3.
Meek isn’t fazed by the pressure as he wants to keep perfecting his craft and come stronger for the third installment in the series saying he’s citing practicing and having fun with the music to push out the best quality material.
The interview closes out with Meek speaking on the long-awaited collaboration mixtape with Wale as he says they’re at a stage where they both have been giving fans solo mixtapes which they both feel it’s time to give the fans something new.
Meek Mill is ready to hit the road again this spring as today he announced his “Dreams Come True” tour. The nine-city tour will span the entire month of April. Meek is coming off a successful year in 2012 with the release of his debut album Dreams & Nightmares. He is already wasting no time this year as he is working on the third installment of his Dreamchasers mixtape series.
Check out the full list of dates after the jump.
OS REWIND: Meek Mill – Clique Freestyle (feat. Lee Mazin & Louie V Gutta)
OS REWIND: Meek Mill – Dreams & Nightmares (Intro) [Video]
It was a good week for videos, as we finally get back into the swing of things for the first countdown of February. Like always, we threw some ratchet shit in the mix, but we also held it down for the alternative crowd, sneaking two videos in the mix. Up and comers from the LBC, ATL, NYC and The Bay all made the cut as well — with some of our favorite artists rounding out the rest of the Top 10.
Check the jump and check our favorite visuals of the week in our Top 10 Videos.
OS REWIND: Top 10 Videos Of The Week (January 27, 2013)
Bridget Kelly’s “In The Morning” may have landed on her Every Girl EP back in October of 2011, but the Roc Nation signing is ready to revive the track with a surprising remix. Probably the last person you would partner with Kelly, Maybach Music Group’s Meek Mill gets the heads up for an exclusive feature on the soothing ballad, which somehow fits ever so well as it happens. With no information of her debut album in sight, we hope this will hold us over for the time being.
Meek Mill releases the visual for his Dreams & Nightmares album intro, bringing the visual to live and reminiscing on everything he’s done thus far. It’s been a long road for Meek, but he kept pushing and succeeded. The track is a testament to that.