Gucci Mane is back with a new banging single titled “Mention Me.” Despite all his legal troubles, Gucci continues to stay consistent and shower fans with project after project. The down South rapper’s latest single features production from Mike WiLL Made It and finds the troubled rapper demanding his respect and credit when it comes to trappin’ and hustlin’. Take a listen as the Goochster laces the hard-hitting track with his familiar street inspired lines.
Revolt TV catches up with the auto-tune champ to get his commentary on his latest collaboration with “Real & True.” Watch as Future explains how Mike WiLL Made it was excited about the record and decided to bring it to him. Future also breaks down Miley Cyrus and Mr. Hudson’s contributions on the track and reveals that he recorded his parts in his hotel room in Las Vegas.
Future showcases his second single, “Real & True,” which is set to be featured on the auto-tune champ’s upcoming sophomore LP, Honest. Produced by Mike WiLL Made It, the singer also links up with Miley Cyrus and Mr. Hudson for his new slow ballad. Backed by slapping drums and a slow piano driven instrumental, “Real & True” showcases Future and company attempting to make sense of their relationships and proclaiming their love for that special person to be unbreakable.
Juicy J is back with another visual and this time it’s for the Mike WiLL Made It produced track “Stop It” which is featured on the rapper’s new Stay Trippy album. The Taylor Gang artist gets in a friendly game of poker and that’s where things go south for one unsuspecting man. In fact, the Jonathan Andrade directed music video showcases Juicy and his loyal goons man handling and torturing the man in a grimy basement before deciding to murk him and his old lady with a chainsaw. Watch as Juicy calls the shots and lives that boss life.
Project Pat is back with a new remix for his street banger “Be A G” featuring Taylor Gang’s Juicy J and Hustle Gang affiliate Doe B. Produced by Mike Will Made-It, the track comes equipped with some serious bass and haunting keys as Pat and company keep it straight raw with tales of puttin’ in work on the streets. Listen as the rapper’s break down exactly what it takes to be a “G” in the streets.
Saturday was a special evening as the BET Hip-Hop Awards took place in Atlanta. However, the bigger news came about following the night’s festivities as super producer Mike WiLL Made It, T.I., Pharrell and Usher posed for a classic picture and revealed they were all in the studio working together. No word yet on what this collaborative effort is going to offer fans just yet but it’s definitely great to see so much talent in one creative environment.
Super producer Mike Will Made-It delivers the visual treatment to his new smash single “23″ featuring Miley Cyrus, Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J. The club anthem and ode to Jordan sneakers, finds each artist dropping braggadocious rhymes and party raps as they turn the energy up at the local high school which serves as the video’s backdrop. Watch as Cyrus showcases her lyrical skills over the track’s hypnotizing production and takes the wheel on the song’s hook.
Future puts the auto-tune aside for his latest single and music video for “Sh!t.” Produced by MikeWillMadeIt, Future drops street bars for listeners and touches on his thugtastic and lucrative lifestyle. Watch as Future has a sit down with his loyal goons as they iron out the creases in their criminal organization and makes his rounds throughout Los Angeles as he dips out and hits the block in a black hearse.
Mike Will Made It turns up the energy with his new pop single “23” featuring heavy hitters Miley Cyrus, Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J. “23” will be featured on Mike Will’s upcoming Interscope backed debut. Take a listen to the track below as Miley lets listeners know she’s getting high and vibin’ out in the club while Wiz and Juicy make references to sneaker brand Jordan.
Future drops off a new track called “Sh!t” produced by Mike Will Made It. Look out for the auto-tuned artist’s new album Future Hendrix which is set to drop sometime this year. With an aggressive delivery over some pounding drums, Future gives one back to the streets with “Sh!t”.