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.
Houston’s Trae The Truth joints The Breakfast Club on Power 105 for an exclusive and in-depth interview. The rapper opens things up by addressing his current four year ban from radio but reassures fans that it doesn’t bother him and instead he’s learned to adapt. The rapper went on to explain why he prefers to keep a low profile, what features fans can expect to hear on his upcoming I Am King LP and speaks on being shot outside of a club one night. Trae also shared details behind his friendship and touring with J. Cole and more.
The Smoker’s Club Tour is in full effect as Chevy Woods, Joey Bada$$, Ab-Soul and more continue to perform for sold out crowds state to state. For the latest stop on the tour, fans in Houston, Texas over the weekend were treated to a special performance of “1 Up” from hometown hero, Trae The Truth. The rapper got the audience extra screwed up when he hit the stage during Chevy Woods’ live set to perform his latest single.
Drake’s “Would You Like A Tour?” recently made a stop in Houston, Texas just a few days ago and footage has now surfaced of the YMCMB rapper closing out his performance with “November 18th” which is off his So Far So Gone project. The southern inspired jam had crowd-goers extra live as fans screamed in excitement when Drizzy gave the cue to drop the beat. Drake’s background screen also featured visuals from the Canadian rapper’s 2009 performance at Houston’s Warehouse. Take a look as Drake openly gave props to Pimp C, DJ Screw and Big Moe before jumping into the song.
Houston’s Bun B is back with a new upbeat street anthem off his forthcoming Trill OG: The Epilogue with “Eagles.” The down South Hip Hop veteran make sure to remind listeners of who he is, his street credibility and admits he’s fly like an eagle over hard-hitting drums and choppy trap percussion. Trill OG: The Epilogue will be available in stores on November 11.
Houston’s Killa Kyleon doesn’t let up and continues to drop daily heat with his latest offering “Bring The Pain Freestyle.” This one finds the rising talent showcasing his lyrical skills as he effortlessly drops bars about his hustles in the streets, taste in women and competitive attitude over Method Man’s classic “Bring The Pain” instrumental. With no hook in sight, listen as Kyleon goes to work and demonstrates just why he feels he’s Texas’ best kept secret. The outro also boasts a A$AP Rocky sample from his recent “Back & Forth” interview with rapper Riff Raff where the Harlem native described his love for the culture in Texas.
It’s was recently that time again in Houston, Texas for Trae The Truth’s annual Trae Day event. Never one to forget where he came from, Trae The Truth gives back to the community with a series of live performances, games and school supplies for the kids, and free vaccinations. Watch the video recap of some of the highlights throughout the day and hear Trae speak from the heart to the public on his motivation for holding Trae Day. Look out for cameos from some of your favorite artists who also attended like Problem, Lil Scrappy, and Trinidad James.
Maybach Music’s Stalley takes a trip down to Houston’s Third Ward with rapper Scarface to shoot additional scenes for “Swangin”. Go behind the lens in part two for the official music video and get firsthand accounts from both artists on just how serious things were during the swang rims era.