Charisma, cool dreads, vocal chops -- Jacquees has everything he needs on his path to becoming a true R&B star. With a solid 2015 highlighted by "Like Baby," the 21-year-old Cash Money hopes to take things to the next level in 2016.
DJ Scream of Hoodrich Entertainment has taken a break from hosting ATL's hottest mixtapes to drop a compilation tape of his own: Legend. The new tape is marketed as "a collection of DJ Scream classics and rare exclusives," and the tracklist shows just that.
Osama Bin Guapo 2
Quality Control rapper and dab originator Jose Guapo has a somewhat lowkey 2016 compared to his explosive 2015. He kicks things up a notch with the release of a new mixtape called Osama Bin Guapo 2 -- his first mixtape since April's Extravagant Trench Shit.
Hoodrich Pablo Juan & Spiffy Global
Looking for some new sauce? You're in the right place. New sounds, new flows, new lingo, and electrifying trap energy can all be found on Master Sensei, the new joint mixtape from Hoodrich Pablo Juan and Hoodrich producer Spiffy Global. The pair has developed a potent partnership this year, and they're firmly on the same page throughout their new tape. Both artists had slowed down their usual output at the start of the summer; it's now obvious that they were saving their best work for Master Sensei.
RSET 3: Back To The Streets
Rico Richie, the Atlanta footballer turned street baller turned rapper, has been on quite a run lately. His last few tracks include the Spinz-produced "My Buddy," the 2 Chainz-featuring "Ape," and the Snootie Wild-featuring "You Petty." All three of those tracks, along with 7 new ones, show up on Richie's new mixtape, R.S.E.T. 3: Back to the Streets.