Money comes, money goes. Business fluctuates. Good things happens, and so does bad. But that’s just how the game goes. Chances make champions, and that’s why Gwop is here today. He and his coterie featuring Oncore and CJ Get Paid discuss this today on the new single, “Game Goes.”
This is a new release off Gwop’s upcoming, ELGWOPO THE PLUG album, due out later this year.
Directed Darren Craig
The of the hottest in the music biz (period!) right now give us the riveting new video for America’s current theme song, “Blessings.” Great song with an equally dope, albeit eerie, video. If you’re able to click play, you’re way up. So enjoy this blessing up top.
No pun intended, but the sky is the limit for Martin $ky right now. He’s currently taking flight, and his moment is happening as we type this. Today he plans to shake things up with his new EP, Everywhere But Here. The project is a 10 song effort, entirely produced by Martin, with the exception of the rattling “Stay Up 2015,” which was handled by Young Chop.
Casey Veggies, Rockie Fresh and Saba all show up to contribute, and help make this one of the dopest and most polished pieces of the year thus far. Martin might be Everywhere But Here, but we’re most definitely here for this EP. Find out why below.
Directed by Pugs. Produced by Mr. Dibia$e
Pugs takes it back with some memories of Chicago hip-hop’s yesterday with his latest visual, “Loser.” I’ll let Mr. Atomz explain further, but it begins in the 9-9 en route to an All City battle.
The year was 1999, we were headed to the Chicago All City Battle for me to compete in the freestyle competition and win some money. On our way from the Point we decided to catch a few tags…This track is produced by Mr. Dibia$e taken from Pugs Atomz “Bama Pi” Album, available now
I’m a loser baby, so why don’t you kill me. Nah, never that.
Produced by TGIK
Long and TGIK team up yet again for some newness. This is Longshot’s first release since his few-month-long string of releases a little while back. FTP. below.
Longshot and TGIK team up for an anthem with ‘#FTP’. Artists have the power to speak for those without a platform to voice their displeasures and disappointments in a system that is seemingly built to continuously murder non whites with any consequence. Take a stand, make a difference any way you can. Don’t ever stop fighting!
Now that Kanye’s “All Day” has officially been released, everyone can enjoy the record it was meant to be heard and take a look at exactly who contributed to the track.
The record surprisingly features 19 contributors, including Vic Mensa, Malik Yusef, Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Liva, French Montana and plenty of other familiar names.
Take a look at the full writing/composer credits for “All Day” below.
Produced by Blockondatrakk
Drillary Clinton is back. With 39 bars to be exact. This might just be a quick freestyle, but it’s completely action packed and is filled with high octane lines that get the listener t’d up in true KGB fashion. Block handles the beat per usual. Listen to her go from 0-39, real quick.
Directed by Alvin Elmore. Produced by Da Surgeons.
Bo slows it down a bit with his latest clip, the rap-love-ballad, “Restart Our Love.” The video includes some serious eye candy, while Bo pontificates about a recent relationship and the peaks and valleys he’s endured. The track features some smooth crooning from Marc Alonzo, as well as some slick cinematography from Alvin Elmore.
Check out Bo Deal’s final project, Out With A Bang, right here.
Like she always does about this time, Bebe returns with her weekly freestyle drop, and this go ’round she offers up some inspired bars over Sean and Kan’s “All Your Fault,” which was produced by Mano and OG Webbie. The record is already insane, so this freestyle is welcomed.
Produced by BoatHouse
Man, this joint has been floating around under my radar for the past couple of days. Shame on you for not sending this my way, Crackman. Well, better late than never. So buckle up for this first class trip out to Pourlandia. Hope you got an exit row. Swerve.