• Cover of Retchy P Says He Wishes Wale Died Instead Of A$AP Yams, Wale & Fat Trel Respond
    The death of A$AP Yams has shook up much of the hip-hop community, and of course those who had working and personal relationships with the Mob co-founder were even more in shock. Over the weekend there was a memorial service for Yams in New York, as well as a private one for close friends and family.
  • Cover of Migos Allegedly Jumped, Quavo Robbed Of Chain In DC [Update: DC Rappers Claim To Have Chain]
    Migos have been involved in a few altercations at shows recently, but things seem to have become more serious during their most recent appearance in DC.
  • Cover of Fat Trel Explains The Meaning Of "Gleesh", Talks Artwork Controversy
    Fat Trel has made major strides in the last year. After getting picked up by MMG in 2013, the DC rapper has wasted no time in getting his name out there, releasing his Gleesh mixtape, as well as a project with his Slutty Boyz crew, Da New Kool. All the while, he has shown no compromise in his style or substance.
  • Cover of Fat Trel Discusses "GLEESH" Mixtape, Differentiates Himself From Wale
    For those unaware, Washington, D.C. emcee and new Maybach Music Group signee Fat Trel just dropped a mixtape titled GLEESH. The 15-track project features Rick Ross, Wale, Rockie Fresh, Stalley and more, with production from DJ Tree Gotti, Sloan, Harry Fraud, Young Chop and others.
  • Cover of Master P Admits Fat Trel Is Better Off With Maybach Music Group
     When Fat Trel, Master P, and Alley Boy dropped The New World Order mix as the Hip Hop trio, Louie V Mob, it seemed all but inevitable that Fat Trel would sign to Master P's No Limit label. Instead, just five months later Fat Trel aligned himself with Maybach Music Group.
  • Cover of Fat Trel Reportedly Signs To MMG [Update: It's Official]
    It looks like the DMV area has a reason to celebrate this weekend. Reports are stating that Washington D.C. artist, Fat Trel, has signed a deal with MMG/ Roc Nation.
  • Cover of Fat Trel's Show In New York Cut Short With Gunshots, Four People Wounded
    Rising rapper Fat Trel was scheduled to perform at S.O.B's last night in New York, but before he could take the stage to perform songs off his recent mixtape SDMG (Sex, Drugs, Money, Guns), gunshots broke out, cutting the night short.
  • Cover of Master P Talks Recording "Al Capone", Regrets, & Giving Beyoncé One Of Her First Hits
    Master P is back. The No Limit mogul took an extended hiatus, but his recent collaboration with Alley Boy and Fat Trel, Louie V Mob, as well as his solo mixtape "Al Capone" now find the legend re-energized.
  • Password must be at least 6 characters.