As Good As It Gets
Mikey Dollaz Feat. I.L Will
After a promising basketball career was derailed by legal issues, Chicago rapper Mikey Dollaz is now poised to make a splash with his upcoming mixtape Picture Me Rollin', which will feature production from the likes of Sonny Digital, Dun Deal, and The Honorable C.N.O.T.E.
Two prominent Atlanta producers, Sonny Digital and Southside (aka Young Sizzle), have been building upon their already stellar reputations by showing off their rapping skills. Here's Sonny's second new self-produced record of the month, "On It," which follows "Watch That," which he dropped earlier this week.
Sonny Digital's beats have provided the foundation for countless bangers by Future, Juicy J, 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, Wiz Khalifa, Chief Keef, and more. More recently, Sonny has been working with a new rapper -- himself.
Lil Uzi Vert
In October, Lil Uzi Vert's buzz came to a peak with the release of his mixtape, Luv Is Rage, but the buzz didn't stop there, it's been growing ever since.
Wiz Khalifa Feat. Kevin Gates
Yesterday Wiz Khalifa appeased fans with a quick rollout of Cabin Fever 3. The mixtape isn't lacking in features or notable producers, with Curren$y, King Los, 2 Chainz, Juicy J, K Camp, Yo Gotti and more making their appearance through out the 11 records. One of the more surprising, but really dope, collaborations came in the form of the Sonny Digital-produced "Move On." Wiz creates a melodic, catchy hook over Sonny's plucking production, littered with string sounds and bursts of bass. Gates provides his usual no-fucks-given raps.
Wiz Khalifa Feat. Curren$y
Wiz Khalifa just dropped his long-awaited, star-studded mixtape Cabin Fever 3. For "Prequel," he taps his old partner in crime Curren$y to deliver a guest verse. Produced by Sonny Digital, "Prequel" is bass-heavy, ideal for bumping at max volume in the whip.
I'm The Man
50 Cent’s Kanan Tape was originally set to arrive on Thanksgiving Day, but was held up due to a short film that needed to be finished. Now set to arrive on Wednesday December 9, Fif decides to hold us over while we wait for it with another record off the tape called “Im The Man.”
We had to highlight one more cut off Sosa's new mixtape, Finally Rollin 2, which is proving to have good replay value. Much of the tape, including the Zaytoven-produced "Foes," has a throwback sound to it, so "Jumanji," produced by young Metro and Sonny Digital, might be the track with the most potential to blow up. Listen to the No DJ version of "Jumanji," courtesy of Metro Boomin.
Black Ops 3
Chief Keef drops another track off his upcoming mixtape, Finally Rolling 2. Earlier today, he shared "Chicago Zoo," a remix of Gucci Mane's 2010 track "Atlanta Zoo," and before that, Keef rapped over two different '00s Young Jeezy tracks. His latest drop, "Black Ops 3," is the first Finally Rolling 2 track we've heard with an original production, coming from Sonny Digital.
There’s no arguing that Sonny Digital is one of the hottest producers in the game, but what many of you probably don’t know is that the ATL hitmaker can also bring the heat with the bars. Today, we’re highlighting this new self-produced record from Sonny called “Made It,” which dropped last week but got caught in the midst of the wild week that is Halloween.
Sosa didn't deliver on his promise to drop his joint EP with Metro Boomin last night. Halloween also would've been a good time for Keef to release his Back From the Dead 3 mixtape, purportedly executive produced by Sonny Digital, but SS2 was full of enough treats for the holiday, and now we've got a Keef & Sonny D.
It’s been a busy past few months for Philadelphia rapper PNB Rock. Fresh off signing his new deal with Atlantic Records, PNB has been busy working on a new project called RNB3: Rockadelphia, whci is coming soon. Today, we decide to highlight one of the standout cuts from it with “Alone” featuring production from ATL hitmaker Sonny Digital.
Richer Than Rappers
Migos just dropped off the fourth installment in their Streets On Lock mixtape series with fellow Quality Control member Rich The Kid. The 27-track project features guest appearances from Jeezy, 2 Chainz, Rae Sremmurd, ILOVEMAKONNEN, Young Dolph, and more.
In addition to his three mixtapes and two albums, Bang 3 parts 1 & 2, Keef has also consistently impressed with his loosies this year. His latest track, "BIH," was shared by ATL all-star Sonny Digital, who crafts a creeping trap beat over which Keef spits some especially furious bars.
Rich The Kid & iLoveMakonnen
Hours after announcing their upcoming joint project, Whip It Up, Rich the Kid and iLoveMakonnen have shared the first track off the tape, "Still Workin." The new song, which was apparently recorded this past weekend during the A3C Festival in Atlanta, is produced by Sonny Digital as well as Makonnen.
Que has never quite been able to get as big, or mimic, the success of his viral hit "O.G. Bobby Johnson," but it's not for a lack of music. Although the Atlanta rapper may not work at the same pace as the quantity-over-quality types, he still delivers quite consistently. Following up a leak from August "Fit," Que and Sonny Digital announce their return with "Back."
Chief Keef has been flooding the streets with various projects & tracks over the past couple weeks, and it doesn’t look to be slowing up (nor does it ever). Two weeks removed from his Bang 3 (disc 2) album & his Almighty DP 2 mixtape, a new track from Sosa has somehow surfaced online called “Tweaker.”
Key! Feat. Sonny Digital
Key! comes through with a humorous banger in "Store Run" (prod. Sonny Digital) ahead of the release of his Screaming Dreams mixtape. After popping a few pills and a few hours of lean-sipping, Key employs a slurred flow to tell his woman to go to the store to pic up a 'rillo, ice, and Fanta (not Sprite!). Sonny Digital lays down a hazy storm of a beat that enhances the sense that Key is fucked up.
Tomorrow, Key! plans to release his latest full length, the sleep apnea-inspired Screaming Dreams.
Leave It There
Sonny Digital is partially responsible for some of iLoveMakonnen's biggest hits, including "Tuesday" and "I Don't Sell Molly No More," so it's exciting to the two working together once again. Their latest effort is a little more subdued than the previously mentioned club records. "Leave It There" is a ballad at heart, but Sonny provides some driving sub-bass that keeps the momentum up throughout.