What's that special "Reefa" that these guys are smoking!?
- Geek & Sci-Fi
It’s difficult to follow, or even drop something in the same week as 10/17 and Trap God 3, but if any duo could do it, and do it more than successfully, it’s Beat King and Gangsta Boo with their Underground Cassette Tape Music.
Don't mess with the Hustle Gang boys.
Another duet between ILOVEMAKONNEN and Key!.
Two years of stellar production packed into one mix by DJ Scream plus a breakdown of how "Get TF Out My Face" was created.
FKi's back bodyslamming audio systems everywhere with another slightly weird but totally engaging video from Transformers N The Hood 2.
Molly was the overwhelming theme of FKi's Transformers In The Hood 2, but the illicit substance was no where to be found in "She Hate Me, She Love Me.
FKi was responsible for one of my favorite projects of last year with Transformers N The Hood, and nothing less is expected of their second installment.
Because rap videos need more puppets, here's FKi's "Hello" video to enjoy before Transformers N The Hood 2 drops on May 20th over on LiveMixtapes.
Even though Jeremih's Late Nights with Jeremih came out last August, his stellar tape is still making waves with "All The Time.
Friday/Fried Day is one in the same when you're rolling with FKi.
While I haven't listened to the tape yet, FKi's new joint warrants sharing on good faith because I expect nothing but goodness, an abundance of references to red cups, blunts and beans along with distorted production to enhance the experience.
While they already party harder than the '86 Beastie Boys, the FKi clan have linked up with Diplo and you already know the citations have already been filled out by the Atlanta police department for disorderly conduct.
Chris Lova Lova made sure he got those Ferrari Boyz on his most recent mixtape in some form or fashion and the results were well worth it, specifically in Gucci's case.
"Wild Boy" is Machine Gun Kelly's latest track and first offering since entering the Bad Boy fold.
Great minds think alike is how the saying goes when two identical ideas spring up on a pure coincidental basis.
For many of us, certain artists cater to such a different demographic that their music will only get heard by us if we happen to flip on the radio or the track gets remixed. The latter's the case for Travis Porter, who - believe it or not - happen to be a group of tight-jean-wearing faux-hawks, instead of only one person as the name would indicate.