After waiting 5 long years Birdman & Rick Ross finally deliver their highly anticipated mixtape The H Vol. 1. The project has been sitting on ice for quite some time and many thought it would never be released, but Stunna and Rozay finally gave the people what they wanted. Filled with 11 mostly unheard tracks this tape is sure to be on repeat for quite some time.
Check out the full tracklisting and download after the jump.
With Rick Ross & Birdman’s collaborative project The H finally ready to drop next Thursday, they give the go ahead to Derrick G to drop the first single “Pop That Pussy.” This however is not unheard though, as it leaked back in the day on an unofficial mixtape. It is refreshing to hear both spitting like this again, and we hope that the rest of the music from the mixtape is as hot as this.
New Gucci Mane & Rick Ross that will find it’s way onto Gucci’s upcoming Trap House III project. Both Guwop and Rozay float over this smooth production from 808 Mafia. From this track alone we can already tell that we fuck with the upcoming mixtape and are glad that Gucci is home.
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.
After Lil Wayne got the boot from Epic Records on the “Karate Chop” remix after the Emmett Till controversy (stemming from the lyrics in his verse), Future goes out and gets some Rich Gang members for the remix. Now added to the mix, Birdman, Rozay and French, you know, that YMCMB x MMG tapout connect.
The We The Best crew continues to feed the streets today with Mavado’s new single “Rise Up” featuring Akon & Rick Ross. This is the perfect track to ride around the city with your windows down in the summer time, as Akon delivers a very strong hook and Rozay does his thing with his verse.
Only three months after the release of his label debut with the Electric Highway mixtape, Rockie Fresh is ready to give the world another full-length project in celebration of his 22nd birthday. After giving us the impressive “Rollin” and “Panera Bread” prior to the release, we definitely had a vague idea of Rockie’s overall aim and challenges he had set for himself. The 7-track project features only two guest appearances, from Rick Ross and Gunplay, alongside the likes of Lunice taking care of the production duties.
Tracklist and download after the jump.
Rapper-songwriter, Kent M$NEY is giving listeners more HS87 audio we can add to playlist fresh from the release of the crews debut album “All I’ve Ever Dreamed Of.” It’s been a long journey since his “Becoming EP” from 2010, but he returns with his sophomore project “Eyes Wide Shut.” We’ve seen a few samples from the project over the past few months to prepare you for the main entrée we have today.
The mixtape has features from the likes of Hit Boy, Audio Push, Ashly Breshe, Common, Casey Veggies, BMac, Rick Ross, K. Roosevelt, Diz Gibran, Xzibit, Raekwon, Dave Young, Nicka, Method Man, Redman, Schoolboy Q. Production is handled from Tha Bizness, M3rge, Deezy, Rey Reel, HazeBanga, Frank Dukes, Price, D Mills, HazeBanga and G-Ry. Check after the jump to view the 12-track tracklistings along with download links ready.
OS REWIND: Hit-Boy & HS87 “All I Ever Dreamed Of” In-Store Recap [Video]
OS REWIND: Audio Push – Red Wine Remedies (feat. Kent Money)
OS REWIND: Hit-Boy Presents HS87: All I’ve Ever Dreamed Of [Street Album]
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.
You read that title correctly. Rockie Fresh and Rick Ross have teamed up for a new track today titled “Panera Bread.” No words for that title, but the track is indeed a pretty nice offering from the MMG clan. What a way for Rockie to celebrate his birthday today as well! Hopefully we get more heat from him in the near future.
Produced by Lunice.
OS REWIND: Rockie Fresh – Electric Highway [Mixtape]
OS REWIND: Rockie Fresh – Life Long (feat. Rick Ross & Nipsey Hussle) [Music Video]
Ready for the new summer anthem? Well here it is, as DJ Khaled does it again with his new single “No New Friends” featuring Rick Ross, Lil Wayne and Drake. This will serve as the first track from Khaled’s upcoming album Suffering From Success and according to reports, this was originally intended for Drake but he gave it to Khaled to tear up the summer. Shout out to Future for his little cameo at the end too, very hot.
Will this live up to their previous release, “I’m On One?” Let us know your thoughts in the comment section.
As Chinx Drugz continues to make a name for himself and looks to be the next big artist out for the Coke Boy camp, he links with one of the biggest DJ’s out, DJ Drama to present us with his latest solo effort Cocaine Riot 3. On the new project Chinx links with some of the games top emcee’s grabbing Lil Durk, Rick Ross, Ace Hood, Juicy J and more for guest appearances on some hard tracks that bring us production from Harry Fraud, Yung Lan Forte and a few others. Third time seems to be the charm as Chinx D doesn’t disappoint by providing a pretty solid tape with this one. For the download link, complete track listing and production credits check after the jump.
It hasn’t been the best few weeks for Rick Ross, as he’s been in the eye of the storm surrounding a “U.O.E.N.O.” lyric that most interpreted as a “rap lyric.” The media has been dissecting the line in question, protests have been held in front of Reebok stores as a result, and there are many mixed reviews about the topic at hand.
After a quick apology on the radio and eventually being dropped from Reebok, Ricky Rozay finally issues a formal apology for his lyrics on the Rocko single, addressing everyone he offended and hurt. He emphasizes that women are the most precious thing in the world and reflects on the fact that his words have influence and power, when used in the wrong context. For people he disappointed, he is truly sorry.
Will fans forgive him at this point? Read the entire letter or apology after the jump.
It has now been made official: Rick Ross has been dropped by Reebok for the controversy surrounding the line in Rocko’s smash street single “U.O.E.N.O.”
There was speculation as to how the brand would react to the controversy, as protests popped up in front of their stores in New York City last week. No statement has been released from Ross or his camp as of yet, but this comes just a day after Rocko announced that he had to take Rozay off the official version of the song.
Hey, at least he still has Wingstop.
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.