Snoop Dogg and Madlib come together to drop a new funky banger titled, “Cadillacs.” The song will be featured on the Doggfather’s upcoming project, “That’s My Work Vol. 3,” which is set to release in just a few hours. Take a listen to Snoop lay down the laws of the streets and put listeners up on game over a smooth and bouncy instrumental courtesy of producer Madlib.
Rich Homie Quan recently stopped by Shade 45 to keep Sway Calloway and Heather B up-to-date with all the moves he’s been making the game as of late. Quan opens up about his forthcoming collaborative mixtape with DJ Drama, That’s Rite 2: Feed The Streets, and clarifies that he’s an independent artist despite reports that he signed with Def Jam. However, Rich Homie Quan made it clear that at some point in his career he does hope to sign on the dotted line in order to reach a wider audience. The rapper also bragged about his continued success which has helped in justifying the rise in his prices for features and live performances. Take a look as Quan reveals that he plans to no longer release free mixtapes, speaks on his working relationship with 2 Chainz and weighs in on Trinidad James’ controversial Atlanta-New York comments.
Snoop Dogg is back with a new music video for the super fresh and hypnotizing banger, “Bad 4 Me,” featuring Kurupt and Daz Dillinger. The Dae One produced track finds Snoop and Tha Dogg Pound chillin’ out and puffin’ on some fine smoke while clips from the film Menace II Society transition in and out. Hosted by DJ Drama, “Bad 4 Me” shows up on Snoop’s latest collaborative mixtape entitled That’s My Work Vol. 2.
Taylor Gang’s Chevy Woods finally quenches the thirst of so many fans who have been anxiously waiting for the rapper to release his new Gangland 2 mixtape. The 18-song project showcases features from the likes of Juicy J, Young Scooter, Trinidad James, Wiz Khalifa, and Los. Chevy’s latest offering to listeners also boasts production credits from Sledgren, Cardo, E. Dan and more. CLICK HERE to download the Gangland 2 and be sure to check out the tracklist provided for more details about the DJ Drama hosted mixtape.
Lloyd Banks is back with a new gritty street banger called “Drop A Diamond” featuring rap veteran Raekwon. Produced by Ryan Alexy, the track features a smooth piano loop and may or may not be a new single to Banks’ anticipated mixtape A.O.N. Vol 1: Failure’s No Option hosted by DJ Drama. Banks showcases his lyrical skills and proves he hasn’t missed a step.
Rapper Lil Durk releases his collaborative Gangsta Grillz mixtape with DJ Drama titled Signed To The Streets. The 15-song project only showcases a feature from Lil Reese but fans can look forward to hearing production from Young Chop, Nito Beats, Fade, Paris Beuller and more. CLICK HERE to download Signed To The Streets and check out the official tracklisting provided. Take a look also at Durk’s new visual for track number six “100 Rounds.”
Nipsey Hussle takes the stage at Diamond Supply Co. and Crooks & Castles’ first annual “Welcome To The Block Party” and performs his new soulful track “All Get Right” off his upcoming DJ Drama hosted Crenshaw mixtape. Fans gathered for the festival in Los Angeles’ trendy streetwear area located on Fairfax. Crenshaw is due out on October 8.