Meek Mill links up with Yo Gotti for a new street anthem titled, “Know No Better.” Producer, Cardo, does the honors of delivering another ominous banger for the track’s instrumental which showcases some haunting keys and choppy percussion. Mill’s latest single finds both rappers dropping plenty of boastful rhymes about their lavish lifestyles and stable of women. Take a listen to the latest offering from the young MMG artist.
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.
While out on the road for the 2013 Smoker’s Club Tour, HotNewHipHop got the opportunity to sit down for a one-on-one interview Taylor Gang artist Chevy Woods. Check out the clip to see Chevy share his excitement for fans to hear his recent collaborations with Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J and explains that the project will feature for listeners mostly in-house talent which was done on purpose. Before heading out, Woods also breaks his silence on long-time friend and former TGOD producer Cardo leaving the label and makes it clear that he wants to collaborate with Mike WiLL Made It soon.
Chevy Woods is back to give his new street banger “Wit It” the visual treatment courtesy of Hot New Hip Hop. Produced by former Taylor Gang affiliate Cardo, Woods keeps it gritty as he drops drug infused bars over the hard-hitting instrumental and breaks down for listeners immediate member to the TGOD family. “Wit It” is set to be featured on Chevy’s upcoming Gangland 2 mixtape which is to be released very soon.
Taylor Gang signee Tuki Carter serves up a new song titled “Bottle” produced by former in-house producer and Texas native Cardo. According to Carter’s official sound cloud, the track will be make the final track list for his Western Nights EP which is apparently slated to release in early 2014. ”Bottle” showcases Carter having some fun over the smooth and bouncy instrumental as he drops bars about taking shots in the club, making money and partying it up with some beautiful women.
MMG rapper Stalley drops his first official digital release today with his Honest Cowboy EP. The Ohio native’s project contains five of the original tracks featured on the recently released mixtape version and adds two additional songs featuring artist Rashad with “Blue Collar Gang” and “Sticks and Stones.” Take a look at the full tracklist below which features production credits from DJ Quik, Cardo, Terrace Martin, Rashad and Block Beattaz. CLICK HERE to purchase the EP version of Stalley’s Honest Cowboy.
1) Spaceships & Woodgrains (Prod. DJ Quik and Cardo)
2) Swangin’ feat. Scarface and Joi Tiffany (Prod. Block Beattaz)
3) Samson (Prod. Rashad)
4) The Highest feat. Crystal Torres (Prod. Block Beattaz)
5) NineteenEighty7 feat. Schoolboy Q (Prod. Terrace Martin)
6) Sticks and Stones feat. Rashad (Prod. Rashad)
7) Blue Collar Gang feat. Rashad (Prod. Rashad)
King Chip delivers a new music video off his 44108 mixtape with the cardo produced track “Blk on Blk.” The Cleveland native keeps things relatively simple in his latest visual as he hits the streets of his neighborhood with a female companion and throws in some footage of police at different crime scenes. Chip also drops some introspective rhymes on the everyday struggles of his city with crime, drugs and murders.
This didn’t come out probably the way everyone thought and anticipated it would. Meek Mill finally drops his Hype Williams directed visual for “Levels.” The music video comes off as one long 4 minute trailer as images of familiar products from brands like Ciroc, Rolls Royce, Rose champagne and Beats By Dre flash across the screen with the occasional gorgeous model in between. In fact, MMG rapper Meek Mill hardly even makes an appearance in the music video for his own hit song.
New Orleans native Curren$y links up with producer Cardo for a new track titled “Ox”. The song finds Spitta in a comfortable and familiar zone with tales of smoking the finest weed, his love for money, old school whips and making business moves which have put the Jet Life leader in a position to feel like Ted Dibiase. The “six million dollar man” goes in over some laid-back and minimal production that provides the perfect stage for Curren$y to drop his braggadocios rhymes free of any distractions. No word yet on what project this loosie will end up on but for now you can take a listen below or download it by CLICKING HERE.