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.
Rick Ross and company are gearing up to release a new compilation mixtape entitled Priorities Vol. 1. The DJ Scream-hosted project will feature a new remix from Rozay for his bangin’ single, “No Games,” which features guest appearances from Wale, Meek Mill and Future. Check out the boss in action as he breathes new life into his latest offering and turns the energy up with another pounding street anthem.
Chicago’s Lil Durk keeps it straight up with his enemies and the competition on his latest offering, “Dis Ain’t What You Want (Remix).” The bangin’ street anthem gets a new look with guest verses from Rick Ross, French Montana and Meek Mill. This one showcases plenty of tough guy talk and drug inspired lines as each rapper channels their inner boss and turns the energy up.
It definitely went down in New York as Yo Gotti took the stage at B.B. Kings to celebrate the release of his new album, I Am. Fans who pilled into the venue for the special event were treated to an exciting show as Gotti decided to bring out Young Jeezy, Meek Mill, Wale, Ne-Yo, Rich Homie Quan, Maino and more. Take a look as cameras from RealTalkNY were rolling and captured it all as it went down.
MMG rapper Gunplay is back with a new remix for Meek Mill and Jadakiss’ latest collaboration,”Heaven Or Hell.” Take a listen to the South Florida native as he includes his own verse over the bouncy instrumental and keeps it street with his signature hood bars. Gunplay was also kind enough to keep Meek and Jada’s vocals on board for a solid remix version.
Meek Mill definitely was feelin’ himself in his hometown of Philadelphia as the rapper boasted as the headliner for Powerhouse 2013. The sold out 99FM sponsored event was filled with screaming fans who came out to support the Philly native. The MMG rapper didn’t let crowd-goers down as he brought out a number of special guests such as French Montana, Nicki Minaj and Rick Ross. Take a look at this clip courtesy of HipHopSince1987 that features Meek taking a moment out during his live set to address his rumored beef with Kendrick Lamar over his verse on Big Sean’s “Control.”
Revolt TV was also in the building to capture a special behind the scenes look as the rapper prepared to take the stage and greeted his special guests.
Ricky Rawse the boss decides to surprise fans in Philadelphia by joining fellow MMG artist Meek Mill on stage at Powerhouse 2013. HipHopSince1987 was in attendance covering the annual event and captured the moment as it unfolded. Take a look as Rozay treats crowd-goers to a performance of “Believe it,” “No Games” and “I’m A Boss.”
Last night, Powerhouse 2013 went down in Philadelphia courtesy of radio station Power 99FM. Serving as headliner for the special event, MMG rapper Meek Mill took the stage in his hometown and decided to pay tribute to his deceased protege by performing “Lil Nigga Snupe.” The emotional track is featured on Mill’s latest mixtape release, Dreamchasers 3.
Frenchie is back with a new joint today titled “Closing Up Shop” and this time he brings along Chinx Drugz and Meek Mill to assist him on his new hard-hitting street anthem. Backed by a smooth melodic sample and haunting synths, Montana and company drop braggadocios bars, celebrate their success and make sure the haters know it’s definitely no love lost.
DJ Khaled releases a new music video for his latest single “Never Surrender” featured on his upcoming Suffering From Success LP. The visual finds each artist performing to the camera out on the block as they lace the mellow instrumental with introspective rhymes about the code of the streets and the struggles endured in order to survive. This is definitely one of the more standout tracks off Suffering From Success which will be available in stores on October 22.