The Jets Lone Star affiliate drops a new visual.
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"Rap what I'm livin', cause I'm livin' my raps."
Blame timing if LE$'s ACE doesn't make your favorite outlet's "best of 2014" list.
Beemer music from the Houston-based Jet Life affiliate.
On a laid back outing reminiscent of their crew’s golden era '90s influences, Trademark Da Skydiver and Young Roddy’s video for “Welcome” pulls visual cues from that time as well.
Everyone has their own opinion on Game.
After putting out several solid previews, Killa Kyleon’s newest mixtape Candy Paint and Texas Plates 2 has finally dropped.
Is the fact a brand spankin' new album is getting remixed an indicator of it being a cult classic? Will Thank Me Later reach the ridiculous redux proportions of The Black Album and God's Son? If so, Cookin Soul and Don Cannon have gotten the ball rolling with Thank Us Later. Alongside French maestro Spike Miller and electronic Spanish producer VibaSound, this worldly union attempts to revolutionize the art of remixing without having the main acapellas to Drake's work. Live instrumentation and Young Money. If you're not the least bit interested, you don't believe in Santa Claus either. Download -- Cookin Soul & Don Cannon Present Drake - Thank Us Later.
It's funny how the music universe aligns its stars to manifest various degrees of separation.
Shame on the entire internet for acting like March 9th was the coming of a new moon and then getting convenient amnesia the preceding day.
Thanks in part to the Notorious movie, Hip-Hop has been fortunate to undergo a Biggie resurrection of sorts on the World Wide Web.