Check out Travi$ Scott’s New Track “Swang (REMIX)” (ft. Rae Sremmurd) | @trvisXX @RaeSremmurd

Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight remains one of the hottest releases out, and Travis Scott isn’t showing any signs of slowing down.

Trav’s official DJ, Chase B -with whom he hosts the “Wav.” show on Beats 1, dropped a new mix that included a never-before-heard La Flame remix of Rae Sremmurd’s “Swang,”.

A track that appeared on the deluxe version of SremmLife 2. Trav has shared the cover art to the remix on his IG, and Chase B has now made the track available on his SoundCloud.

Big bank still taking a little bank as La Flame lays down an opening verse to Rae Sremmurd’s record. You know how they do.

Watch DJ Mustard’s Music Video “Want Her” Ft. YG & Quavo

DJ Mustard’s newest album Cold Summer just dropped a couple of weeks ago but the DJ just dropped the music video to his track, “Want Her” featuring YG and Quavo.

The video is just footage of some thick women shaking their ass on the pole and stage, while also making it rain with hella bands.

As Mustard adds some ad-libs in the track, the two rappers just talk about “all the rich n**gas” wanting sexy ladies, like the ones pole-dancing in the video.

If you’re into this type of visual, this music video is definitely for you.

Quavo Calls Out 300 Entertainment Over Migos’ Next Album | @QuavoStuntin

Migos’ second album, Culture, is facing a holdup, according to Quavo.

The Atlanta MC expressed his frustration towards 300 Entertainment, the group’s label, on Twitter and called for fans to chime in with their own grievances.

Last month, the group announced that Culture is the title of its sophomore album and said the LP would drop before October rolled around.

Quavo and Takeoff reported a year ago, while Offset was in jail, that the follow-up to Migos’ debut album, Y.R.N. Yung Rich Nation was finished. They were just waiting for the perfect time to release it, especially with Offset’s freedom being a factor. The member was released in December.

Migos has had a rocky journey with 300, announcing it was off the label a year ago, but has yet to formally depart. Offset claimed that former 300 CEO Lyor Cohen was behind the holdup in the release of MigosThuggin, a collaborative project with Young Thug. Cohen left the label a few weeks ago to become YouTube’s Global Head of Music.

The trio did, however, sign a management deal with Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music last month.

Watch New Video by Sesame – Holla Ft Lea | @OpenSesameNYC

New York’s Own Sesame recently dropped the new HIT single last week “Holla”.

 

Sesame drops his latest viaual to his follow up hit single “Holla”

Make sure to check this dope new video out and support and cop the newest single from Sesame.

New Single from Sesame ft Lea -Holla
Get it now :Smarturl.it/sesameholla

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New Music From Trouble – Dig (Prod. By Cassius Jay) | @TroubleDTE X @Cassiusjay07

According to Hot New HipHop 

 

 

Trouble continues to prove himself as one of the most original artists in ATL with his new track “Dig,” produced by Cassius Jay.
Trouble, one of the most potent forces in Zone 6, is back with new music. He hasn’t dropped much since May’s Skoobzilla, though the tape was so damn hard that he hasn’t had to. Each song is its own street gospel, and his hard-earned street narratives create a visceral listening experience each time. Best believe his return track is gonna be a good one. The new one from Trouble is called “Dig,” and as shown on the cover artwork, it serves as a tribute to the late rapper and Atlanta bossman OG Double D, who was affiliated with Future’s Freebandz team. The trap-meets-swing production comes from Cassius Jay, a recent selection for Behind The Beat.

It’s hard to pin down what’s so special about Trouble’s style, as there isn’t a trending style he’s adhering to. He’s a master of timing even while remaining wholly conversational. His flows slow and quicken in concord with his emotions, and he’s able to work in catchy hooks as well as high-adrenaline verses all in one improvisational burst. I see Skoobzilla 2 written in the SoundCloud tags. “Dig” is a very promising start.

Trouble tells us that “Double D was a hustler and an inspiration to a lotta us on the Eastside. He was a real dude having real paper. Once he linked wit Future/Freebandz he was able to show the world his flava. Double D made you smile whether you wanted to or not.” RIP to the OG.

SOURCE: Hot New Hip Hop 

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