Atlanta trio, Migos, have been in a heated war of words with GBE and Chief Keef over the past week based on some supposed sneak dissing on a track called “Brokanese.” Well, tonight GBE’s own Ballout claps back at the Migos with “Goin In,” which is a DJ Kenn exclusive. Let’s keep this on wax, fellas.
SD and Jody O.D. on some psychedelics in a mansion in this new visual. Press play and party like a rockstar with the GBE repper and Mr. Highroller.
GBE and BEEN TRILL connect again, this time around with SSUR for a dope limited edition long sleeve tee. The tees dropped a few days ago via SSUR’s webstore and GBE300.com, but SSUR sold out immediately.
The Glory Boyz have been making heavy rounds in LA this fall which has resulted in this GBE X BEEN TRILL X SSUR t-shirt collaboration hallmarking this season on the left coast. The shirt was first unveiled November 7th in LA at the Suede Lounge during SD’s birthday party with a pre-release of 50 shirts.
Shot and chopped by Soundman.
Capo knows why the haters hate, but he still loves ‘em and lets them know with his latest visual drop. Capo’s new project, G.L.O.N.L., hits iTunes October 5th.
Produced by Zaytoven.
Below, Capo and D.C.’s Yung Gleesh link with Ballout again for “Faster”.
Produced by Tarentino for 808 Mafia.
SD’s third installment in his Life Of A Savage mixtape series dropped a few weeks back and flew under the radar a bit. The tape contained a few standout tracks, but one of my personal favorites is the Tarentino-produced “Can’t Handle Me”.
Life Of A Savage 3 is now available on iTunes minus the Trap-A-Holics tags, so it was only right to share the tag-free version of “Can’t Handle Me”. Stream/download below.