H.G.O.E. (Hustle Gang Over Errrrythang)
Early Monday morning, Hustle Gang quietly released their first mixtape in exactly two years: H.G.O.E. (Hustle Gang Over Errrrythang). The tape continues the collective's tradition of acronym-based mixtape titles, following 2013's G.D.O.D. (Get Dough Or Die) and 2014's G.D.O.D. 2.
Where Would The Game Be Without Me
Zaytoven is one of the most prolific and vital rap producers in the game, and the title of his new compilation tape, Where Would The Game Be Without Me, acknowledge as much. 10 tracks in length, the DJ Showtime-hosted project features a collection of Zay's most notable recent productions. Gucci Mane, DJ Esco, 21 Savage, Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert, Migos, Maceo, Peewee Longway, Jose Guapo, and Juicy J make appearances.
Money, Pounds, Ammunition 3
It seems that summer calls for "Money, Pounds, and Ammunition," as Peewee Longway has now dropped the third installment of his MPA mixtape series, following last summer's MPA 2. MPA 3 is Peewee's first project since January's Mr. Blue Benjamin, his first official album, which was executively produced by Cassius Jay and Will-A-Fool.
1 AM In Dallas
Spiffy Global is a producer who's been popping up a lot recently on some of the hottest tapes in Atlanta. He's now come out with a tape of his own, 1 AM in Dallas, on which he rounds up some of his best work. Dallas is a place where Spiffy likes to conduct business out of, and 1 AM is around the time when his studio vibe is at its peak, so the tape should transport listeners into the headspace of the exciting young producer.
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.
YRN 2 (Young Rich Ni$$a$ 2)
Before they head out on their upcoming "Dab" Tour, Migos keep their word tonight and release their long-awaited new mixtape, Young Rich Niggas 2.
Back To The Bando
Less than 2 months after dropping their debut album, Yung Rich Nation, Migos are back with a new mixtape, Back to the Bando. As you can tell by the title, the trio of Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff are back in the trap house and have brought the same feel that gave us classics like No Label and Rich Nigga Timeline.
Sauce Theft Auto
Sauce Twinz & Sosamann
On the strength of their regional hit "2 Legited 2 Quited," Sauce Twinz have been shaking up the Houston rap scene all year.
Still On Lock
Rich The Kid & Migos
Rich The Kid has long been the honorary fourth Migo, but over the last little while he's been carving out a lane of his own. Still, he'll always be QC The Label family, and he's teamed up with the Atlanta trio for yet another collaborative mixtape, Still On Lock.
Swag The Mixtape
Soulja Boy recently dropped his single "Cake," in which he blatantly co-opts Young Thug's flow. On Friday he dropped Swag The Mixtape, where "Cake" is featured alongside 24 (!) other tracks.
Casino Life 2: Brown Bag Legend
While we still haven't seen hide nor hair of French Montana's long-delayed album Mac & Cheese 4, he has been staying up on his mixtape game in the meantime. He gave us Mac & Cheese 4: The Appetizer in December, and today, we get Casino Life 2: Brown Bag Legend. In contrast to its Harry Fraud-produced predecessor, this one's packed with guest appearances.
Drink More Water 5
Get hydrated with iLoveMakonnen's newest mixtape, Drink More Water 5. Following its four excellent predecessors, this one features the highest profile features, with Migos, Rich The Kid, Gucci Mane, Rome Fortune, Fredo Santana, Yung Gleesh and Two-9's Ceej all showing upo to assist the OVO signee.
Screens On Lock 2
We're premiering the new mixtape from Digital Trapstars today. Screens On Lock 2 follows up Screens On Lock: 4th Quarter, and like the first project, will contain a slew of exclusive records from a variety of artists. So far, we've heard leaks from Too Short & Mistah F.A.B, 808 Mafia & Tracy T, and Kevin Gates & OG Boobie Black.
Before their highly anticipated debut album YRN: The Album arrives, Migos decide to treat fans to this free mixtape called Migo Lingo. Hosted by DJ Durel and YRN Lingo, Migo Lingo acts more as a compilation project that showcases the roster of the Quality Control label, consisting of Migos, YRN Lingo, Rich The Kid, Skippa Da Flippa, and more.
Skippa Da Flippa
Skippa Da Flippa is one of the Quality Control signees we've heard the least amount of music from, so it's with gratitude that we welcome his new tape. Entitled I'm Havin, the eighteen track effort has features from each individual Migo, as well as one from Lil Durk. Production comes from Ca$h Clay Beats, Cheeze Beats, Murda, Cassius, Deko, Phinesse The Beat, Phenom Da Don, A1, Parker, Butla and DJ Durel, many of whom also contributed to Migos' Rich Nigga Timeline.
Rich Nigga Timeline
If you'll allow us take this Migos vs. Beatles thing a bit further, the Atlanta trio's new tape, Rich Nigga Timeline, is their Hard Day's Night -- that is, their third big release.
Streets On Lock 3
Migos & Rich The Kid
As promised, Migos and Rich The Kid have delivered their new Streets On Lock 3 tape on 4/20. The 26 song release has tons of features, including ones from Wiz Khalifa, Chevy Woods, Rich Homie Quan, Young Thug, K Camp, PeeWee Longway, Ty Dolla $ign, Chinx, Soulja Boy, Skippa Da Flippa and Chill Will. Production comes from Zaytoven, Honorable C Note, Metro Boomin, DJ Spinz, Murda, DJ Plugg and more. A marathon-length tape, Streets On Lock 3 brings together many of the hottest artists from Atlanta, as well as some from across the country
Da New Kool
Fat Trel's seen a rise in popularity since signing to Maybach Music Group last Fall, and now he's put his crew on. Slutty Boyz have shared their new tape, Da New Kool, and it's packed with features from Trel, Migos, Wale, Rich Homie Quan, Juicy J, Young Thug, Chinx and many more. Production comes from Young Chop, Honorable C Note and others.
King Soulja 2
King Soulja 2 is a new 23-track mixtape from the inimitable Soulja Boy, a sequel to his May 2013 project of the same name, which you can cop here. The tape features guest appearances from Agoff, Shawty Boy, Migos and Lil B The Based God himself, and includes the standout cuts "Work," "Macklemore" and Drake's "We Made It" remix. Can you dig it?
No Label II
The Atlanta trio Migos continue on their mixtape grind, with an impending second instalment in their No Label series.