Fresh off her trip to Austin, TX for SXSW, Shawnna drops a brand new track titled “Money.” Now that’s good news, but are you ready for some better news? Well, her long-rumored collabo project with Twista, Bonnie & Clyde, is now a reality and is set to be released later this year. I know fans of both Shawnna and T have been clamoring for these two to drop that official project, and now it’s a reality. Rejoice!
You can bet all of your “Money” it’s going to be a winner — just based off this first leak alone –which is classic Chi-Town Shawnna. Cash out directly below, and stay tuned for more info on Bonnie & Clyde.
After almost 20 years of recording music together, Twista and Do or Die finally give their fans exactly what they’ve always wanted: a joint EP together. From “Po Pimp,” to “Paper Chase,” to “Still Po Pimpin,” to “Do You,” these two factions have created a slew of impeccable and memorable tunes, so it’s only right they’d connected for a project together. Hey, it’s 2015, so anything can happen.
In a recent interview with industry vet Steve Lobel, Twista disclosed:
“Well right now I’m working on a Do Or Die project,” Twista says. “People don’t know that but we got an EP that we finishing up. One last week we finishing it up. [It’s] not gonna be your typical ‘Twista and Do Or Die,’ project like, you gon’ hear it and we definitely gonna put you right back in that car when you were listening to ‘Po Pimp’ and certain songs. People make things for different reasons but we definitely wanted to recapture ourselves and give that back to the fans.”
Wow. Hit the jump to check out the full interview, where he also talks about the current industry in Chicago and shares his thoughts on Vic Mensa, Chance The Rapper, Lil Durk, Chief Keef and more.
Directed by Alvin Elmore
We’ve heard nothing but great things about this powerful video for The Boy Illi’s “BlackMale” single which dropped earlier this year, featuring high profile cameos from Twista and Trae. And after some final touches and additions, the visual is finally ready for the world.
“BlackMale” takes the viewer from Chi-Town to H-Town, with a look at both cities and the cultures within them. Another job well done from Illi. Check it out above. Illi’s TheYearTape drops next Tuesday, December 9th.
Produced by VERYRVRE and DRAM.
With the release of A$AP Ferg’s new Ferg Forever mixtape comes this new collaboration from Fergenstein and Twista, which they’re calling “Fersomnia.”
Give “Fergsomnia” a listen below and grab Ferg’s Ferg Forever mixtape here.
Produced by Xcel. Directed by Anthony Devera.
The undisputed fastest in the Midwest get together and chop this Xcel track to shreds. It’s truly a crisis when you have Tech vs. Twist on a track. Thank you to the good people at GMG (or MTV?) who gave us these subtitles. Even seasoned vets such as myself need help sometimes.
The Dark Horse is available now. Get into “Crisis” mode above.
Twista joins The Rej3ctz on “All That”, the opening track on Dillon Francis’ Money Sucks, Friends Rule LP. This may seem like a bit of a random collaboration, but Twista’s rapid-fire flow and Dillon’s production mesh well.
Listen to “All That” below. If you like what you hear, Dillion’s album is available now on iTunes via Columbia and Mad Decent.
Directed by Cain Wild Beats
Go behind the scenes of The Boy Illinois’ new video for “Black Male,” which features Twista and Trae Tha Truth. The video drops next week, and it’s sure to be epic. We’ve been waiting a while on this one, so look for it to impact with a boom when it hits.
On the label, or not on the label, Trinidad doesn’t care. He comes back bigger and deffer for the “Def Jam” remix with Twista and Young Scooter in tow. Straight heat right here. 100 emojis all around.