Get Me Some More
Johnny Cinco & Brodinski
The full immersion of French producer Brodinski into the trap world has been a gift to Atlanta and to everyone who appreciates the genre. His latest collaboration, released via his label, Bromance Records -- which has put out work with Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Bricc Baby, and Yung Booke -- comes with Johnny Cinco, a charismatic force outta Quality Control who's bringing new waves to his city. Their track, entitled "Get Me Some More," is at once new and familiar.
Runnin Thru It
Sosamann Feat. Sauce Walka & Johnny Cinco
Sosamann is spilling endless sauce on his new single, "Runnin Thru It," featuring his TSF brethren Sauce Walka and Atlanta's Johnny Cinco. The Houston Sauce Gods are both at their most unhinged on the new track, with Sauce Walka going especially bonkers on the hook as he runs through a whirlwind of cash. There has been a strong kinship between the Houston-bred sauce movement and the naturally invigorating street style purveyed by the members of the Quality Control camp, Johnny Cinco included.
Cassius Jay Feat. Quavo & Johnny Cinco
Zaytoven associate Cassius Jay came by the HNHH office today tell us about his epic plans for the rest of 2016. Among them: a project with Peewee Longway called Longway Sinatra and an album of his own called Trap Sinatra. Yesterday, Cassius shared the first Trap Sinatra single, "Sak Religious." Joined on the track by Johnny Cinco and Quavo, Cassius bows down to the almighty sack of money.
King Vory Feat. Johnny Cinco & AD
King Vory continues to keep the new music rolling following the success of his breakout single “Overdose”.
Key! Feat. Johnny Cinco
Atlanta trap is already a pretty weird place. It's easy to forget how far artists like Future and Young Thug have pushed the sound into the left, and many of the other artists from the region are just doing their best to catch up. With that being said, Key! has always managed to keep his music strange and unique, while working with the same building blocks as his peers.
The last time we posted Johnny Cinco was back in the summer, when he teamed up with Shy Glizzy for "We Here." The Quality Control rapper comes back into view this afternoon, with the release of a new song that puts his swagger on full display.
Johnny Cinco Feat. Shy Glizzy
Johnny Cinco of Quality Control affiliation makes a swift return after hitting us with "Knew That." The Hoodrich Juan Pablo-featured song didn't fare too well on the site, with a strong user-rating of "MEH," so we'll have to see if this Shy Glizzy collaboration is able to surpass that.
Johnny Cinco Feat. Hoodrich Pablo Juan
Quality Control may be helmed by Migos, but it's got a well-rounded roster of up-and-comers just on the verge of breaking. Of course, they've drafted XXL Freshman OG Maco, but also have New Orleans' Young Greatness in the cut, as well as proven hitmaker Johnny Cinco.
That's What's Going On
Johnny Cinco has had our attention since "They Gave The Wrong Young Nigga Money," which proved early on the rapper could craft a hit (though it unfortunately never reached its full potential). Thankfully, Cinco has plenty more where that came from, which is probably why fellow ATL hitmakers Migos darfted him to QC The Label.
Run It Up
SYK Check Gang Feat. Johnny Cinco
Johnny Cinco, the corporeal manifestation of codeine, has been busy this year, dropping two mixtapes and collabing with bigger acts like OG Maco, Migos, and Ca$h Out. Today it is Johnny who is the bigger act as he appears on new single "Run It Up" by up-and-coming Houston duo SYE Check Gang. SYE stands for "Sophisticated Young Entrepreneurs" and Check Gang is comprised of the potent tag team of Dealin Paks & K Yung.
OG Maco & Johnny Cinco
Coach K's Quality Control continues to take over the ATL scene. Their roster goes way deeper than Migos--OG Maco has already proved he's nothin' to fuck with, and next-up is Johnny Cinco. The two young guns link up on "Facecard", and go aces wild over a chilling beat from Deko, producer of QC bangers like Migos' "One Time".
Johnny Cinco Feat. Peewee Longway
This morning, Johnny Cinco delivered an unannounced project called Trap Religious, and by far the most remarkable song on it is one called "Virtual Trapping" that features Peewee Longway. Over a trippy beat (that may or may not be produced by Will-A-Fool), Cinco mumbles a hook about "cyber bricks" and turning "your bitch to a robot." It's basically like a standard trapping anthem thrown into the "Tron" universe.
Johnny Cinco Feat. Ca$h Out
Quality Control rapper Johnny Cinco put a slight delay on his upcoming I Swear mixtape, but it'll finally impact on February 23rd. The rapper returns today with a new leak, "Bricks" which is produced by frequent collaborator Spiffy. Spiffy also handled the production on his last cut "She Wanna", and we can expect more of him on I Swear.
Thus far, all of the leaks we've heard from Johnny Cinco's impending tape I Swear make it seem like he'll be the next Quality Control artist to blow up. Lots of this is due to Spiffy, a little-known producer who's executive producing the project, but Cinco's also becoming more of a recognizable presence on the mic.
On My Line
Johnny Cinco Feat. Peewee Longway
In less than two weeks, QC signee Johnny Cinco will be dropping off his new project I Swear, and today, he's blessed us with another cut from it. Featuring the ever enigmatic Peewee Longway, "On My Line" is the third track we've heard from the tape thus far. On the track, Cinco delivers a slack-jawed hook amid a sea of kooky ad-libs and maintains this vibe for his verse as well. Longway, on the other hand, opts for a more dynamic delivery, talking about fucking women on Tempurpedic mattress and, of course, moving that weight.
Johnny Cinco Feat. Migos
Unlike other Quality Control artists like Rich The Kid and OG Maco, who seem to have new projects dropping out of the sky every other month or so, the label's Johnny Cinco hasn't released a tape in far too long. He's been preparing his I Swear project for months now, and now he's saying that it'll be out next month. Preceded by last week's dope "Week Ago," Cinco has shared "I'm Straight," a track that also features labelmates Migos.
Quality Control's Johnny Cinco is currently prepping a new tape by the name of I Swear, and today, he's given us the honor of premiering one of its tracks. "Week Ago" is a Spiffy-produced banger. Perhaps inspired by Bobby Shmurda's now-famous lyric from "Hot Nigga," the song has Cinco acting incredulous at how fast his life has transformed. It could've also taken some cues from Kanye and Jay Z's "H.A.M.," as the opening lines are almost identical.
Johnny Cinco Feat. Young Dolph
Although Young Dolph hails from Memphis, more often than not you can find him on the track with artists from the ATL. "Aight" by Johnny Cinco is no exception, recruiting Dolph for the second verse on the Spiffy-produced track. Taken from Cinco's upcoming tape I Swear, the track comes along with goofy, cartoonish art. Musically, Spiffy cooks up something that should appeal to fans of both oppressive, 808 Mafia-style beats and Zaytoven's zany compositions. Quotable Lyrics
OG Maco Feat. Johnny Cinco
Since bursting onto the radars of rap blogs everywhere (and even some radio stations now!) with "U Guessed It," Atlanta's OG Maco has, with only a few exceptions, been actively bucking peoples' perceptions of him by releasing music that sounds nothing like his breakout hit.
Trinidad James Feat. Johnny Cinco
Trinidad James has been putting out nothing but fire since he was dropped from Def Jam earlier this year, earning four consecutive VERY HOTTTTT ratings from our readers. Likely continuing that trend, the emcee has let loose "Late Night$." Featuring Johnny Cinco, this smooth new cut for the ladies who aren't looking for a relationship is not currently linked to any known full-length. Stay tuned to HNHH as more information on Trinidad's highly-anticipated 10 PC Mild follow-up becomes available.