While we await the new mixtape from the Hustle Gang crew, G.D.O.D 2, DJ Scream unleashes some new music from the posse titled "What You Gone Do About It." FKi produces the joint, with appearances from Tip, Trae Tha Truth, Spodee and Zuse.
A few days after taking on Jeremih's "Don't Tell 'Em," the self-proclaimed king of the south is back with another new remix. Adding a verse to Nico & Vinz's international smash hit "Am I Wrong," T.I. proves once more that he can handle just about any type of instrumental that's thrown his way.
Jeremih's "Don't Tell 'Em" has been gradually climbing the charts since its release, and it seems it's only going to keep rising. While the track already had the strength of a beat from DJ Mustard and a verse from YG, T.I. has now contributed his own vocals.
Moments ago we received the full version of Mike WiLL Made It's new single, "Buy The World," and now Tip follows suit with the full version of his new collaboration "No Mediocre" with Hustle Gang member Iggy Azalea and production from DJ Mustard.
T.I. has been hyping his upcoming single with Iggy Azalea over the last little while, which should be arriving next week (perfect timing, considering Azalea currently has the top two charting songs in country currently).
"About Tha Money" is the latest reveal from T.I.'s upcoming Paperwork album, a three-part project that'll be released gradually throughout the coming twelve months. A radio rip of the the single leaked last night, and we've since been blessed with the CDQ version.
"I count six shots."
ATLiens T.I. and Young Thug have come together for a new single from the former titled "About Tha Money," the triumphant, organ-driven instrumental having been produced by none other than London On The Track.
Que has dropped his share of bangers since bursting on the scene with OG Bobby Johnson, but the 808 Mafia-produced anthem, "Jungle Fever" is the closest he's come to the furious urgency of hi sbreakout hit.
Recently we've only been hearing remixes or freestyles from the Kang of the South, T.I. We heard him over Beyonce's "Drunk In Love", a "Danny Glover" freestyle, and today Tip has added himself to Wiz Khalifa's auto-tuned single "We Dem Boyz" off Blacc Hollywood.
Young Thug’s street anthem, “Danny Glover”, isn't losing any momentum. After hearing remixes from Nicki Minaj, Waka Flocka Flame, and A$AP Ferg recently, T.I. decided to jump on the infectious beat and add a verse of his own.
Watch The Duck are an Atlanta trio who are known for their merger of trap and dupstep, or as they call it "Trapstep". The group also injects their instrumentals with plenty of soul samples, and their unique sound has now caught the ear of fellow ATlien, T.I.
First we heard Kanye West's gloriously over-sharing verse on "Drunk In Love", then The Weeknd decided to do his own version, and now T.I. has blessed us with a new 16 added to an EDM remix of the song.
Three of the biggest DJs, DJ Whoo Kid, DJ Skee and DJ MLK are teaming up for a joint mixtape in time for SXSW this year. The SXSW-inspired project is called SXEW (South by East West) Vol. 1, and the tape apparently covers all three regions of the three DJs partaking in it, according to Billboard.
Hustle Gang's GDOD mixtape came and went without a considerable amount of hype upon its release, but by the end of the year had left the conversation to a certain degree. It's too bad, because it was a solid release, full of plenty of southern crew tracks, and double time fury.
T.I.'s debut album in 2001 didn't fare too well commercially, but we still bang it, as should you. The title track off I'm Serious received production from The Neptunes and a feature from reggae artist Beenie Man, yet this single didn't even chart on the Billboard Hot 100 when it dropped.
T.I. and K. Camp have no qualms with cutting a bitch off. Tip hops on K. Camp's record which originally appeared on his In Due Time project. This is one of several Hustle Gang records which appeared on DJ MLK's Good Night Don’t Exist In ATL 3.