2 Chainz toasts to ballin’ on “Good Drank,” his collaboration with Gucci Mane and Quavo.
With Migos’ Quavo pouring up on the hook, Tity Boi raps about his “Big Amount” collaborator.
“I’ll put you back in your place,” he rhymes. “I’ll look you right in your face / Sing to your bitch like I’m Drake.”
Meanwhile, Gucci reflects on his post-prison success. “Three mill in a month, but I just did three years on a bunk,” he raps. “Oh you in a slump? I’m headed to Oakland like Kevin Durant.”
It’s unclear where “Good Drank” will end up, but if it is a new 2016 project, it would be the fourth this year for Chainz, who’s already dropped Felt Like Cappin, Daniel Son; Necklace Don, and ColleGrove.
Fans should expect a video for “Good Drank.” The visual was recently shot and features all three MCs rhyming in front of vintage whips and prohibition era decor.
SR aka Stuey Rock a self-titled EP for my Day 1 fans.
Yesterday was a god day for Stuey Rock now only was it his birthday.
We also got a brand new mixtape entitled SR.
It has been a while since we have gotten any new music from Stuey Rock so have fun and enjoy this one.
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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.
Joe Budden brings back that hard knock life on this nostalgic tune. Rage & The Machine drops this Friday. For now, check out “I Gotta Ask”.
Jose Guapo drops off the sequel to his Osama Bin Guapo mixtape The mixtape is hosted by DJ Scream and features XVL Shot, XVL Hendrix, Lil Yachty, Blac Youngta and PNB Rock!
Check it out and download below.
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.
Atlanta’s own Que came out onto the scene when his hit single OG Bobby Johnson went viral. He has been touring and working on his his new mixtape “I Am Que”.
I AM Que is now here.
The 12-track project features production by ATL favorites like Sonny Digital, Metro Boomin, and Cardo Got Wings, as well as 30 Roc of Ear Drummers.
Make sure to download and stream below: