Tag: L.E.P. Bogus Boys
Directed by Nick Brazinsky.
G Count joins Hammond, Indiana emcee Al Korleon on “Trouble Child”. This record originally surfaced late last year, but never received the visual treatment until now. Better late than never.
Grab the mp3 here and keep an ear open for L.E.P.’s Don’t Feed Da Killaz 4, which is on the way.
Directed by Jonah Schwartz.
While we wait patiently for L.E.P.’s Don’t Feed Da Killaz 4, Count and Moonie give us two new verses via this new visual from Japanese rapper Anarchy. If you’re looking for a mp3 of this joint, you can download Anarchy’s DGKA album here.
Don’t Feed Da Killaz 4 is coming soon.
Directed by Jonah Schwartz.
L.E.P.’s back and they’ve cooked up a brand new video/mini-film for the masses. “Sleep” is the latest offering from Don’t Feed Da Killaz Vol. 4, which is still scheduled to impact later this year.
Click play above and don’t sleep — that wouldn’t be wise.
Blu switches it up a bit for his new single, “Trust Nobody,” featuring the G Count from the L.E.P. Bogus Boys. This is a dope collabo right here. People really should be dialing in to Count for those features. John snapped with this one.
Produced by Slot-A
MoonDawg and Slot-A went ahead and created a solid ass single with “Bet That.” Moon also enlisted the services of guests Count and Moonie, Maino and Chi-Town crooner, John Blu. No word on where this is going to land, but you can bet the house behind it.
The Migos recruit the Bogus Boys to take a walk on the dark side with this new leak, which can be found on Traps & Trunks’ Strictly 4 The Traps N Trunks Vol. 59 mixtape hosted by Que.
No word on whether or not this will appear on L.E.P.’s forthcoming DFK4 tape, which is due out this fall.
Update: now with No DJ version courtesy of DGB
Produced by Southside & TM88.
L.E.P. revisits their Lil Wayne and Ma$e-asisted single for the official remix and bring a few friends along with them. Count and Moonie go back in over the 808 Mafia-produced track while Jeezy, Tip, Spenzo and even Mason Betha also contribute verses. Yeah, it’s serious business for The Bogus Boys.
Don’t Feed Da Killaz Vol. 4 drops August 16th. FSD caught an early listen a few weeks ago and it’s definitely something you want to keep an ear out for. Consider yourself warned.
You’ve heard rumblings about this all-star remix for a while, but today Infared Music Group makes it official as they’ve unleashed the cover art for the remix, which features Jeezy, TI, Ma$e and Spenzo. Yeah, it’s that serious. The Bogus Boys have always been able to dial in for a-list features, but this one takes the cake.
Look for this joint to drop later this week, and stay tuned for more details on their Don’t Feed Da Killaz Vol. 4 project, which we’ve heard and confirm is excellent.
The fourth installment of L.E.P.’s Don’t Feed Da Killaz mixtape series will impact on August 6th. Consider yourself warned and stay tuned for new music from The Bogus Boys.
The Bogus Boys have been quietly working on their Interscope/Blueprint Group debut and the fourth installment of their Don’t Feed Da Killaz mixtape series, but yesterday they took a break to shoot a visual with Hustle Gang affiliate Doe B.
Details are scarce regarding the record, but this joint could be just one of the possible coming L.E.P./Hustle Gang collaborations. Tip recently mentioned Count and Moonie during a recent interview with DJ Vlad and the three were in the studio together a little over a month ago. Could L.E.P. be joining forces with T.I.? No telling, but you can definitely expect the “Gucci Skullie” video soon.
Check out more flicks from the set below and keep an ear out for more from L.E.P., including an official remix for their single “Commas”.