French Montana lives it up on his latest offering, “All For You,” featuring Lana Del Rey, Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg. Montana has some fun as he drops his drug infused lines and looks back on his climb to the top. Lana Del Rey’s melodic and catchy chorus, however, steals the show. “All For You” will be featured on Montana’s upcoming Coke Boys 4 mixtape which is set to drop at the stroke of midnight.
Ricky Rawse links up with Young Breed to serve up his own rendition of YG’s, “My Niggas,” with “My Hittas.” Rozay keeps things pretty standard as he boasts about his lavish lifestyle and boss manueveurs in the streets. Breed keeps it hood as he reflects on coming out of Los Angeles’ infamous “The Jungle” and the harsh realities of living life out on the block. The DRE Films directed visual showcases both artists out on the streets as Ross busts out the Rolls Royces and boxes of Bel Aire Rose Champagne.sdf
Pro Era members Dirty Sanchez, Dyemond Lewis and Nyck Caution serve up a new visual for “Pro Cakes 2.” The track finds the wordsmiths going to work over Drake’s “Pound Cake” instrumental. Take a listen as the trio kick some introspective rhymes and show off their respective skills. There’s also some bonus footage included of Captial STEEZ in the intro.
YG turns it up before the year closes out and delivers a bangin’ new single titled, “Who Do You Love,” courtesy of DJ Skee. The Compton native recruits DJ Mustard for the production and seasoned vets Drake and The Game as features. Mustard delivers his signature sound and gives listeners lots of bass and heavy synths for a ratchet street anthem. “Who Do You Love” will be featured on YG’s upcoming album My Krazy Life which is set to drop on March 18.
N.O.R.E. is back with some new music before the year closes out. The New York bred emcee comes out swingin’ with Busta Rhymes by his side to show these other rappers some “Manners.” The temporary Reggaeton sensation shows off his slick street inspired rhymes while Busta shows out and disrespects the competition along the chorus.
Yo Gotti does it big and balls out on the official remix to, “Lebron James,” along with MMG’s Meek Mill. Take a listen as Gotti and Meek drop plenty of drug infused lines and boastful bars about their lavish lifestyles all over the high energy track. The CMG CEO’s latest offering is all about his boss status in the streets and makin’ moves all for the love of cash. Yo Gotti’s I Am album is currently available in stores.
Former G.O.O.D. Music artist, GLC, is back with a new music video for “Cathedralfied Livin’.” The visual for the Cardo produced song finds the Chicago native performing to the camera in different locations around the city. The rapper serves up some of his street savvy and signature player-like inspired rhymes over a smooth instrumental for a catchy new track.
Fly Society touches down just in time to lace fans with an all new compilation project for the holidays entitled, The Classic EP. Group members Terry Kennedy, HIT, BoogzBoogetz, J-Deeds and Producer Fuzzy Fe serve up 10 songs along with two new tracks, “Ride” feat. Mecca Dawn and “F**k With The Planes.” The Classic EP comes equipped with some of the group’s most notable records and boasts appearances from Paul Wall, Young Life, Kid Ink and more. CLICK HERE to purchase Fly Society’s latest offering via iTunes and check out the track list provided for all the details.
Beyonce and Hov are, “Drunk In Love,” for her latest single which is showcased on her new self-titled surprise album, BEYONCE. The catchy number finds Queen Bey seducing the camera and playing in the sand along with JAY Z who shows up to deliver an impressive verse. The duo also have fun and get a little raunchy and explicit but in the end it’s always about unconditional love with these two. Check out the new black and white visual from the veteran singer.
2 Chainz takes the honorable route and dedicated his latest music video for “U Da Realest,” to his late friend Puerto Rican Johnny. The visual finds the rapper surrounded by family and friends as he performs to the camera and shows off a Puerto Rican flag or two. Memorial T-shirts are also worn in his honor as 2 Chainz and his crew cook up some BBQ. “U Da Realest” is featured on the rapper’s LP, B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time.