Down south lyricist Big K.R.I.T. is back with a new banger as he continues to lace fans with a number of free promotional tracks. “Wolf On Wallstreet” serves as the rapper’s latest offering and features co-production from Childish Major. Take a listen as K.R.I.T. effortlessly rides the bouncy instrumental and boasts about his hustle and grind. The rising star is definitely all about his business on this one.
Chamillionaire continues to show off his lyricism as he proclaims himself an “H Town Legend” in his latest offering. Over haunting keys and choppy percussion, the down South rapper delivers a new catchy street anthem as he calls into question the credibility of some of his competition. Take a listen as the Houston native shows off his skills behind the microphone and gives listeners a refresher on some of his accolades.
Houston’s Trae The Truth delivers his latest mixtape entitled, I Am King. The 20-song project sports features from the likes of Diddy, Young Jeezy, T.I., Lil Reese, Kevin Gates, Snoop Dogg, Lupe Fiasco, Wiz Khalifa, B.O.B., Jadakiss, Yo Gotti and Meek Mill. Fans can also look forward to hearing some bangin’ production courtesy of Beat Bully, Jahlil Beats, League of Starz, V Don and much more. CLICK HERE to download I Am King and check out the tracklist provided for all the details.
Yo Gotti heads to The Arsenio Hall Show for a candid interview and performance. Take a look as Gotti shares with viewers the inspiration behind his album title I Am, his rough upbringing out on the streets and how he was able to set an example by making his dreams come true. The rapper also weighed in on the South’s rising popularity in different markets and explained how he acquired his Gotti alias as a kid. Before taking to the stage to perform, Gotti addresses the motivation behind giving out his real phone number on Instagram and his desire to reach out to fans.
Plenty of eyebrows were raised recently at Trinidad James’ live show in New York. The Atlanta native decided to stop midway through his set to go on rant about the decline of New York hip hop and spoke highly of his forthcoming album which is currently in the works for 2014. James reflected on the city’s former dominance of the music industry with hometown acts like Dipset and didn’t bite his tongue when he blurted that the South runs New York hip hop. In fact, James came off very disrespectful as he explained to the audience that East Coast rappers might as well claim to be from Atlanta. In-between Trinidad’s offensive comments, the rapper also decided to briefly weigh in on Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” line about being “King of New York.”
The “people’s champ” Paul Wall delivers a new music video for “My Lac On Vogues” which is featured on the down South rapper’s upcoming Check Season project. This one’s definitely all about the Ice, Women and of course tricked out Cadillac’s as Wall takes viewers to Houston and showcases their infamous car culture. Take a look as Paul hits the streets of his city to get his swangin’ on with his crew as they show off their extensive collection of customized cars coated in candy paint and riding on vogues.
Slim Thug and Z-Ro team up for their latest visual for the single “Lovin’ You (On My Mind)”. The track is set to be featured on the collaborative project between the two H-Town artists titled A King & A Boss. Be on the look out for the album to be dropping sometime this year.