Tag: L.E.P. Bogus Boys
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”.
Directed by The Ghettonerd Company. Produced by Southside and TM88 of 808 Mafia.
After running as MTV Jams’ Jam Of The Week and premiering a few days ago on 106 & Park, the official visual for L.E.P.’s collaboration with Lil Wayne and Mason Betha is finally on the net. What’s better than commas? Commas after your commas.
Follow Count and Moonie through the streets of Miami as they live it up as only they could. L.E.P.’s Blueprint Group/Interscope debut is due out later this year, but you can cop “Commas” on iTunes now.
Last night, L.E.P. and the Hustle Gang captain T.I. hit the studio together to work on some new music. No word on if what these three were working on is for something Tip is working on, L.E.P.’s debut LP or Don’t Feed Da Killaz Vol. 4, but hopefully we’ll find out soon.
One can only wonder if Tip is attempting to or contemplating bringing Count and Moonie into the Hustle Gang fold, since word has it that T.I. has been actively seeking to add someone from the Chi. Guess only time will tell on that one.
L.E.P. and Future? Doesn’t get much better than that.
The Bogus Boys and Future Hendrix linked up to shoot a visual for “Chasin’ M’s” last night, which is one of their two collaborations in the stash. No telling if the record will land on Count and Moonie’s Blueprint Group/Interscope debut or Don’t Feed Da Killaz Vol. 4, but I’m sure we’ll find out soon.
Hit the jump to check out more flicks from the set below.
The Bogus Boys headed down to the 305 today to shoot the official video for “Commas”, featuring Lil Wayne and Mason Betha. No sign of Mase yet, but there’s a few flicks of Count, Moonie and Wayne on set below.
Look for the visual to impact in the near future and be sure to keep an ear out for L.E.P.’s Interscope/Blueprint Group debut, scheduled to impact later this year.
Last night, The Bogus Boys joined Atlanta collective Two-9’s Reese and Curtis Williams in the lab. What was being worked on has yet to be revealed, but hopefully we’ll find out soon.
L.E.P.’s Don’t Feed Da Killaz Vol. 4 and the duo’s Blueprint/Interscope debut are both set to be released later this year.