Directed by I Am Trace. Produced by Mudd Gang.
I see you jockin’ Breezy, jockin’ Breezy.
Breezy rolls out the red carpet for some of the Westside’s finest for his new bop-a-thon burner, “Jockin.” This new one is sure to get the people up and out of their seats and keep the FeFe rocking.
Gucci’s tenth album release of 2014 (yes, tenth) titled Gucci Vs. Guwop will drop tomorrow via iTunes. Included in the latest collection of previously unheard records is the Young Chop-produced “Ridin’ Foreign”, which you can listen to below.
In related news, Gucci and Chief Keef’s Big Gucci Sosa mixtape is next up 1017 Records’ release schedule and is set to impact September 27th. Hopefully, Chop has some beats on there.
Shot and chopped by Jules Schratter.
Vic Mensa (and Towkio) recently hit the Philly, Brooklyn and Boston dates for this year’s Mad Decent Block Party tour and caught all of the fun on film.
Click play above and check out what went down. Diplo cameo included.
Produced by Yung Lan.
MMG representers Rockie Fresh and Stalley join Migos and QC affiliate Rich The Kid on “Thousand Times”, a new joint lifted from Rich’s newly released Feels Good To Be Rich mixtape.
Check out “Thousand Times” below and grab Feels Good To Be Rich, which also features an appearance from Jeremih, right here.
The element of surprise.
We can’t say what day, or where. Or even how to gain entry. But we can tell you that next week, FSD in association with Colt 45, will be bringing you a secret, free Juicy J concert. That’s right, the juice will be loose in Chicago next week at a top secret location for a top secret event.
Details shall be revealed soon, but we can only tell you to keep an eye on FSD, and our Twitter and Instagram, as well as the Colt 45 Twitter and Instagram. That’s where you’ll find the details regarding this project x-style event.
Special guests WILL be in attendance and performing, but you gotta wait for it. Stay woke.
BILLAH is back with this stunning 32-bar freestyle over Future’s hit “Move That Dope.” But instead of glorifying the dope boy kingpin lifestyle, Que speaks on society’s ills and the state of the city. I’ll let him explain further below — he has a lot to get off his chest. From Oprah to Rahm, Que packs a lot in here.