Murda Beatz Feat. Swae Lee & 2 Chainz
The world is shuffling to their headphones right now to take in the new tape from Murda Beatz Keep God First. A serious standout on the tape is "Yacht Master," featuring Swae Lee and 2 Chainz. Flexing bout their nautical lifestyle, Tity Boi and the Rae Sremmurd rapper demonstrate their impeccable chemistry, despite the age difference.
2 Chainz Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
Between three mixtapes and a collaborative album with Lil Wayne, it's a banner year for 2 Chainz. Determined to finish 2016 strong, he debuted his newest song "Let's Ride" this morning with Power 106's LA Leakers.
Buy Back The Block
Rick Ross Feat. 2 Chainz & Gucci Mane
At this point, each of these three men has achieved greatness, and in many ways, they are now serving as elder statesmen in today's game. In some ways, though, they're behaving like all-pro rookies -- especially 2 Chainz and Gucci Mane, two of the most prolific (and reliable) artists of 2016.
O.T. Genasis Feat. 2 Chainz
O.T. Genasis is a proven hitmaker, and his new project Coke N Butter has offered a few more potential smashes. One of these is "Thick," a bouncy new track that features 2 Chainz, another rapper who has a knack for crafting infectious singles. Pushing the BPM above your average trap song, the song fits in with some of the faster dance-oriented songs coming out of Atlanta right now -- Future's "Wicked" comes to mind.
Lloyd Feat. 2 Chainz
Lloyd just had a cameo in Donald Glover's new show Atlanta, and ever since we've been patiently awaiting his welcome comeback. Today, he's shared a new remix of his "Tru" single, which recruits 2 Chainz and reminds us what the singer is capable of, as he settles right back into the lane he occupied when he dropped 2011's highly underrated King Of Hearts.
Throw Myself A Party
Cashmere Cat Feat. Tory Lanez, 2 Chainz & Starrah
Cashmere Cat's new single finds the producer working with some familiar faces.
2 Chainz Feat. Future
Off the top, I can't think of anyone who's going harder than 2 Chainz. Most reasonably assumed that he wouldn't have another hot streak like the 2012-'13 stretch he had that encompassed Based on a T.R.U. Story, B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time, a handful of hit singles, and even more worthy features. Right now, though, it sounds like he's rapping better than he ever has before. Yesterday, Chainz released his fourth project of the year, Hibachi for Lunch, and all 7 of its tracks are winners.
2 Chainz Feat. Gucci Mane & Quavo
2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, and Quavo form a potent triumvirate of Atlanta trappers on "Good Drank," a new release produced by Mike Dean. 2 Chainz hopped on Facebook Live to show fans footage from the shoot last night. Shortly after, the full song hit the internet.
Light It Up
Big Sean & 2 Chainz
Earlier this month, Big Sean invited 2 Chainz and Future to listen to his latest album and hopefully earn their blessings. It seems that Chainz didn't only provide his ears during the session, though, as he and Sean -- now longtime GOOD Music partners -- can be heard together on a brand new collaboration, entitled "Light It Up." The song won't be included on Sean's album but is instead slated for What Now? The Mixtape, an upcoming soundtrack of sorts to the stand-up film "Kevin Hart: What Now?," which hits theaters tomorrow (Oct. 14).
In My House (Remix)
Verse Simmonds Feat. 2 Chainz
Verse Simmonds' To All The Girls is one of the more underrated R&B releases of the year, and today, 2 Chainz is here to tell you to pay attention. Tity 2 Necklace has hopped on "In My House," one of the brighter and more jovial records of the collection -- pair that with a potentially comedic concept and you've got a perfect template for the rapper to do what he does best.
Whip & A Chain
Nate Parker's Nat Turner biopic "The Birth of A Nation" is scheduled to hit theaters on October 7th, as is the film's surprisingly stacked quasi-soundtrack The Birth of a Nation: The Inspired By Album.
Key To The Streets (Remix)
YFN Lucci Feat. 2 Chainz & Lil Wayne
In February, HNHH premiered YFN Lucci's "Key to the Streets" single ahead of his the release of his mixtape Wish Me Well 2. The song featured Migos and Trouble; in the official remix, Lucci ratchets up the ante with additional verses from 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne.
No Limit (G-Mix)
Usher Feat. Master P, Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane & A$AP Ferg
Well here’s an unexpected treat to kick start the weekend. Out of nowhere, Usher decides to liberate the new G-mix to his smash hit “No Limit” featuring Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, A$AP Ferg, Gucci Mane, and even Master P, who as you know inspired the song. The original record, which featured Young Thug, is expected to see life on Usher’s forthcoming album Flawed, which is dropping this Fall. Take a listen this monster new remix and let us know who laid down the best verse?
Where You At
Mally Mall Feat. French Montana, 2 Chainz & Iamsu!
Las Vegas rapper and producer Mally Mal is noted for being able to put together unexpected collaborations from big-time emcees from all around the country. After dropping a new joint from up-and-comer Jazz Lazer and Post Malone, Mally's latest drop, "Where You At," brings together French Montana, 2 Chainz, and Iamsu! Those three trade high-energy party raps over the synth-heavy club production, while Mally is responsible for the clean and concise hook.
2 Chainz is on quite a run in 2016, releasing his Felt Like Cappin EP, ColleGrove, his full length collaborative album with Lil Wayne, as well as some of his most memorable features in years. He's continued this streak with the release of Daniel Son; Necklace Don, a solo tape released Friday. While the Drake-assisted "Big Amount," immediately caught fan's attention, the project is filled with gems, including, "Ghetto," a new collaboration with rising Atlanta producer, Mr. 2-17.
2 Chainz Feat. Drake
As expected, 2 Chainz came through at the stroke of midnight & released his newly-announced mixtape Daniel Son: Necklace Don, which features guest contributions from the likes of Drake, YFN Lucci, TM88, K Swisha, Dun Deal, and more.
I Want (Remix)
Madeintyo Feat. 2 Chainz
Madeintyo isn't tryna be a one-hit wonder. The Private Club Records rapper is back today with another hit-in-the-making, "I Want" featuring plenty of his popular "skr skr" ad-libs. The song first surfaced a while ago, but it's been revamped with the addition of feature-killer 2 Chainz and some dope cartoon single art to match. Tity Boi has been murdering so many guest features we had to do a list about it.
Problem Feat. 2 Chainz
Problem only has one concern in life, and that's his squad. Tity Boi takes on the role of a Diamond Lane member for this new collaboration, which originally dropped as a solo cut from Problem slightly over two weeks ago. This one isn't being touted as a remix, it appears Problem just wanted to go even harder with it. The squad-dedicated record is bouncy, with a mix of organ keys and booming bass. 2 Chainz has been back on his feature tip heavy lately, although this particular verse isn't his strongest, he still keeps us entertained.
Future Feat. Drake & 2 Chainz
Project E.T. has officially landed, and it comes packed with otherworldly collaborations. Future had been quiet for some time after overwhelming the game with two consecutive projects to start the year. E.T. is technically Esco's mixtape, but ultimately, it's a compilation of unexpected Future collabs that wouldn't have fit in with his past few -- mostly featureless -- releases. There's a track with Future and Uzi, and another with him and Rich Homie Quan, but the biggest collab on the tape happens to be one with a less surprising lineup.
Magic City Monday
Jeezy Feat. 2 Chainz & Future
UPDATE: CDQ has been added. In addition, you can now watch Jeezy premiering the massive new anthem at its place of inspiration. The celebration took place this past Monday night. Obviously, the below footage is NSFW. Magic City...what a vital institution to the culture.