Sorry 4 The Weight
Chief Keef has delayed his new mixtape, which takes a cue from Lil Wayne for a minute now, but he's finally ready to let us hear it today.
Finally Rollin 2
Chief Keef doesn't always deliver on his promises, but he didn't disappoint tonight, as he's come through with his new mixtape, Finally Rollin 2. The tape finds Sosa rapping over classic old-school (if you're Keef's age) southern bangers, a handful of which dropped last week, including remixes of Weezy's "Stuntin' Like My Daddy" (or in Keef's case, "My Mama") as well as '00s classics from both GuWop and Jeezy.
Back From The Dead 2
Chief Keef is back from the dead again. After hitting us with the Gucci Mane-assisted project Big Gucci Sosa, Sosa comes through and delivers the sequel to his 2012 mixtape Back From The Dead.
Check out Almighty So, a new mixtape from Chief Keef that saw the light of day on Saturday, October 12th, 2013. Chief Keef's movement grows stronger with each new release, and Almighty So has further strengthened that fact. It's a solid addition to the commendable body of work Chief Keef has been creating since stepping foot in the rap game, and we're definitely looking forward to what Chief Keef has on deck. These artists contributed to the mixtape: Cdai, Tadoe. What do y'all think of this mixtape?
Bang Pt. 2
Hear Bang Pt. 2, the latest project from Chief Keef, released on Thursday, August 15th, 2013. Chief Keef continues to impress with each new leak, and Bang Pt. 2 is no exception. It's strengthens Chief Keef's already impressive body of work, which has seen positive change over the years. We're most definitely anticipating Chief Keef's next offering. These artists contributed to the project: Tray Savage, Tadoe. Are y'all feeling this one?
Almighty DP 2
Chief Keef & DP Beats
It's been hard to keep track of Chief Keef releases this year, and Almighty DP was the easiest to overlook, just in terms of the confusing release strategy. The project appeared on iTunes billed as a DP Beats project, but Keef was on every track, as a result only the biggest Keef stans knew it existed for the first little while. Soon it got out that it was one of Keef's most solid releases, and now every Keef fan has a copy.
Swag The Mixtape
Soulja Boy recently dropped his single "Cake," in which he blatantly co-opts Young Thug's flow. On Friday he dropped Swag The Mixtape, where "Cake" is featured alongside 24 (!) other tracks.
Street Lottery 2 (Hosted By DJ Swamp Izzo)
The anticipated, post-jail follow-up to Young Scooter's 2012 Street Lottery mixtape, which includes the new cuts "Chances" (feauturing Chief Keef) and "Running Out Of Money" (produced by 808 Mafia). The tape, which is hosted By DJ Swamp Izzo, is now available for download. Cop the original Street Lottery here, and peep a visual preview of the sequel below. Count up.
Life Of A Savage 4
SD has recently emerged as one of Glory Boyz' leading men. In November of last year, he released his heavily underrated debut album Truly Blessed. He's now back with the fourth installment of his Life Of A Savage mixtape series, brought to you by Trap-A-Holics.
SXEW Vol. 2
DJ Whoo Kid Feat. DJ Skee & DJ MLK
DJ Whoo Kid, DJ Skee and DJ MLK gave us SXEW Vol. 1 back in February, and now they've returned with the second installment, dropping it right in the thick of SXSW. The comp is once again a mix of new and previously circulated tracks, and features the likes of Lil Wayne, Crooked I, Curren$y, Crooked I, Snow Tha Product and more.
It's fitting that Rocko's new mixtape, Wordplay 2, touched down around the same time as Gucci's surprise return, as Wop has always been one of Rocko's strongest supporters and vice versa. Before he has time to catch up on all the sounds that he's missed over the past three years, Gucci will have no trouble turning up to Wordplay 2, the sequel to the fan-favorite tape Rocko released in late 2012.
King Soulja 6
In keeping with his habit of dropping a new King Soulja installment every seven months or so, Soulja Boy just released King Soulja 6. Spanning 23 tracks, the tape features appearances from such luminiaries as Boosie Badazz, Rich the Kid, Chief Keef, Mango Foo, Doe Boy, Kid Red, & Trill Sammy. In addition to a bizarre take on Desiigner's "Tiimmy Turner," it tackles such beats du jour as A Boogie's "My Shit" and Kodak Black's "No Flocking."
It's becoming an increasingly popular trend for producers to drop mixtapes, both as a means of providing a recap of their recent work as well as a few new exclusives. Atlanta-via-Virginia producer Yung Lan has just dropped off his new mixtape, entitled The Arrival, and its tracklist shows just how huge of a run he's had over the past couple of years, dropping tracks with Rich Homie Quan, Chief Keef, Kevin Gates, French Montana, and many more. Many of Lan's most successful collabs have come with Fetty Wap, who is the official host of The Arrival.
Welcome 2 Ballout World
If you feel like you've been missing some good, old fashioned (relatively speaking) drill music in your life, look no further than Ballout's new mixtape, Welcome 2 Ballout World. The Glory Boyz Entertainment rapper enlists Capo, Tadoe, Justo and Chief Keef for this DJ Rell-hosted tape. The song titles on here are truly something to behold, including "Miley Iggy Pinky" (an ode to that white girl), "I'm Cover In Glo," "Ape Shit" and a back to back series entitled "Cali Weed" and "Free Weed" (which, apparently, are mutually exclusive).
King Of Bankhead
Today, ATL veteran Shawty Lo shares a new tape called King Of Bankhead. Referring to the name of a West Atlanta neighborhood (which is also referenced heavily in Shawty's breakout hit "Dey Know"), the tape is his first since 2013's I'm Da Man 4.
Hear Brain Dead, the latest project from Tray Savage , released on Sunday, November 17th, 2013. Tray Savage continues to impress with each new leak, and Brain Dead is no exception. It's strengthens Tray Savage 's already impressive body of work, which has seen positive change over the years. We're most definitely anticipating Tray Savage 's next offering. The following artists contributed to the project: Fat Trel, Gino Marley, Cory Gunz, Ballout, Tadoe, Fredo Santana, Chief Keef. Are y'all feeling this one?