Waka Flocka popped up alongside Drake's affiliate P. Reign earlier today in the visuals for "Chickens", and he follow that up this afternoon with an official music video for his own version of Drizzy's "0 To 100."
When hip-hop began, samples were all that DJs and producers had to construct instrumental tracks with. They'd dig through crates of vinyl trying to find isolated drum breaks, melodies or vocals that they could repurpose for use in hip-hop music.
Ever since Drake dropped off "0 To 100" right in the middle of Summer Jam on June 1st, rappers from every corner of the game have been clamoring to hop on the track, with everyone from Juicy J to Joell Ortiz spitting over Boi-1da, 40 and Nineteen85's ill produ
Harlem's Dave East is gearing up for the release of his mixtape Black Rose, but before he drops some new originals on us, he's shared his personal take on the hottest freestyle vehicle of the year (thus far): Drake's "0 To 100."
Before you roll your eyes at the thought of another “0 to 100” freestyle, hold up, cause this aint one. Save Money's own Brian Fresco decided to treat fans to a loosie today and release this Franco-produced cut “0 to 1000”.
Rappers were real quick to get on Drake's "0 To 100", but they haven't budged since. The instrumental has been the go-to freestyle record over the last month, with rarely a day passing without someone giving it a go.
Waka picked an ironic title for his upcoming mixtape, I Can't Rap Vol. 1, especially when his last few freestyles have revealed an undeniable technical ability naysayers previously refused to acknowledge.
Just a few hours ago, we heard Lil Durk offer up some bars on Drake's "0 To 100," but as it's 2014, and less than a month after the newest Drake song came out, another big name has tackled the track within hours, naturally.
Lil Durk is gearing up for the release of the sequel to his breakout Signed To The Streets tape, and early this morning he gave us a new leak that may or may not show up on that project, which is out July 2nd.
It's been over six months since we've heard from DeStorm, who dropped "Louis Vuitton" back in November. Now he returns to kick some bars over Drake's Boi-1da, 40 and Nineteen85-produced gem "0 To 100."
It's safe to say every Drake song arrives with a bang, but "0 To 100" seems to have a little more staying power than the last couple we've heard from Drizzy. The freestyle circuit is just getting started with "0 To 100", reminiscent of the "Started From The B