Coke News

  • Cover of Chinx Announces "Cocaine Riot 5" Release Date, Shares Artwork
    After releasing four successful tapes in his Cocaine Riot series, Coke Boy Chinx is now ready to begin unveiling the fifth. Set to arrive on Christmas, the same day as Fabolous' recently-announced Young OG Project, the tape now has dope artwork, which you can view in the gallery above.
  • Cover of High Off Hip-Hop: Rap's History Of Drug Use
    "This another motherfucking rap song. Broke and crazy, rich and famous doesn't last long. Spent all my cash on a broken dream, went from weed and liquor to the coke and lean." - Mac Miller, "Polo Jeans."
  • Cover of Khloe Kardashian Reportedly Breaks Up With French Montana
    As humans, we were glad Khloe Kardashian bounced back from a troubled relationship with ex-husband Lamar Odom, only to find new love with rapper French Montana. As hip hop fans, we were looking forward to what may come of French and Kanye West spending a lot of quality family time together, possibly in the studio.
  • Cover of The First Single From Lil Durk's Debut Album Will Feature Chris Brown And French Montana
    This past weekend, we met up with Lil Durk to discuss his delayed mixtape Signed To The Streets 2, his past beef with Game and his upcoming debut album. During the interview, Durk gave us some exclusive news that pertains to the first single from his commercial debut.
  • Cover of French Montana Signs Velous To Coke Boys
    French Montana has added a new artist to his Coke Boys roster, the multi-talented Velous. Velous is a Kingston, New York native who can sing, produce and rap. He impressed French when he visited the rapper's studio earlier this year, and soon a deal was in the works.
  • Cover of Chinx Reveals Debut Album Title, "Cocaine Riot 4" Artwork
    Chinx (formerly Chinx Drugz) is next in line for the Coke Boys crew, and he's already begun his plans to break through. The rapper spoke with XXL concerning his debut album, as well as how he's selecting his label.
  • Cover of Lil Durk Says He's On French Montana's Next Album
    Fans of Lil Durk and French Montana's "L's Anthem" remix, we've got some good news for you. It appears that the pair will be working together more in the future, as Durk has just revealed in an interview with Vlad TV. 
  • Cover of French Montana Reveals Reason For Arrest
    French Montana's Super Bowl weekend was almost ruined when he was taken into custody Saturday night after a party he attended in Brooklyn. French was not the only one arrested at the time, as fellow rappers Jadakiss, Chinx Drugs, Smoke DZA, and Buckwild were reportedly taken in at the same time.
  • Cover of Review: French Montana's "Coke Boys 4"
    In a way, Coke Boys 4 is exactly what was expected. Plenty of features, varied production, and a heavy supply of trunk bangers make this a typical French Montana project. This time around, OTF rapper Lil Durk was notably involved after recently joining forces with the Coke Boy family.
  • Cover of French Montana Announces "Coke Boys 4" To Drop In December [Update: Release Date Revealed]
    French Montana revealed the cover art for Mac & Cheese 4 just a few weeks back, and once more he's taken to Instagram to unveil mixtape art, this time for a fourth instalment in the Coke Boy series.
  • Cover of French Montana Reveals Cover Art For "Mac & Cheese 4"
    We've recently received new music from Coke Boy rapper Chinx (formerly Chinx Drugz) and it looks like he isn't the only Coke Boy prepping a new project. French Montana took to Instagram this evening to unveil the cover art for Mac & Cheese 4 from his mixtape series.
  • Cover of Pusha T Talks "King Push," Dismisses "Coke Rap" Label
    Anyone who has followed Pusha T's career knows that the man has a knack for drug dealing metaphors and similes. His latest track "King Push," is no different, and while Push is confident he's the best one doing his particular brand of street rap, he's also careful to dodge certain labels.
  • Cover of Lil Durk Denies "Sneak Dissing" Chief Keef, Says He Could "Help" French Montana
    Lil Durk was just recently released from jail, and it seems as if he's once again hard at work on his upcoming mixtape, Signed To The Streets.
  • Cover of Meek Mill To Feature Heavily On Trina's New Project
    In a recent interview with Mikey T The Movie Star, Miami emcee Trina revealed that MMG's Meek Mill would be featured prominently on her sixth studio album. The two teamed up on her new single "Ass Fat", which dropped late this week.
  • Cover of French Montana Says He Knows "About 1,000 Trayvon Martins"
    French Montana has been through a lot growing up in The Bronx, even suffering a near fatal gunshot wound to the head. The rapper spoke to about the Trayvon Martin verdict, and how he has seen similar situations play out in his neighborhood growing up.
  • Cover of Lil Durk Released From Jail
    Last we heard from Lil Durk, he had been arrested right after inking a deal with French Montana's Coke Boys. Durk was arrested on gun charges, after being caught with a loaded .40 caliber.
  • Cover of Lil Durk Arrested On Weapons Charge [Update: Durk To Be Released June 19]
    Lil Durk recently signed a deal with French Montana's Coke Boys imprint, but his sucess in the rap game doesn't seem to have affected his tendency to get in trouble with the law.
  • Cover of French Montana Discusses His Amount Of Features & Signing Lil Durk
    French Montana finally dropped his much-delayed debut album, Excuse My French, yesterday. The rapper labeled the album a classic before it even hit shelves, leaving a lot for him to live up too.
  • Cover of New Investigation Of Lil Poopy Underway By Department Of Children & Families
    Last we heard about Lil Poopy, the fourth-grade rapper from Brockton, Massachusetts, he was being investigated by the Department of Children and Families. The two-month long investigation, which was sparked because of questionable music videos from Lil Poopy, was finally wrapped up in April.
  • Cover of French Montana Announces New Single, Talks Shooting, Lil Poopy Scandal
  • Cover of Review: French Montana's "New York on Top: Year of the Underdog"
    In our present ‘reality show’ obsessed culture a rapper’s pathos is as important as his product.  Due in part to his sordid past, and relentless hustle, French Montana was christened on XXL’s Freshman Class 2012, and appears poised to overtake New York and the national hip hop scene.
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