Outside of Kanye West's appearance on Rihanna's "FourFiveSeconds," we haven't heard many rappers going in over acoustic guitar this year. The instrument forms the backbone of Rich Homie Quan's latest track, "Swear," which he premiered during his appearance on Atlanta's Hot 107.9 earlier this week.
#FebruaryForte is now underway, as ATLien Forte Bowie dropped off two new tracks as a package deal today. The first is "GAS," a fun ode to VIP club nights, and the second, "Paid Programming," is a much more grandiose, unconventional track.
Less than a month ago, Atlanta's Royce Rizzy delivered his Fat Fly Nigga tape with Cassius Jay and Zaytoven flanking him in the beats department, and today he's back with a new one-off. "Fuck Nigga" was produced by Kid QDH.
With his 2014 album, Kidnapped, ATL-via-BK rapper/producer Wara From The NBHD showed us his many skills, which range from vividly detailed storytelling to grandiose, on-point production. Lucky for us, new material from the young phenom is not far off.
Awful Records' Archibald Slim has been wowing us with his deceptively simple, undeniably hard music ever since we were introduced to his tape He's Drunk! earlier this year. Today, he's just released a project with Tyler Major by the name of NWO.
In October, we introduced y'all to Awful Records rapper/producer Archibald Slim with his darkly intriguing project He's Drunk! Showing hypnotic rapping skills and an ability to create precise, intoxicating loops, Slim quickly became one of our favorites in his diverse crew.
Now seems like the perfect time to introduce the HNHH fam to Danny Seth, as he's just been featured on a new track by FKi. The UK native has recently been picking up some buzz for his undeniable lyrical abilities, and now he graces "Reefa" with a slick guest verse.
Well, this is a little weird. A track just appeared on B.o.B's SoudCloud entitled "Candler Rd.," but it's not a freestyle over the joint with the same name that Childish Gambino released back in August.
Earlier this year, ATL upstarts Key! and OG Maco linked up for doper than dope EP called Give Em Hell. Released before Maco's "U Guessed It" really took off, the brief project saw them rapping, singing and shouting over production mostly provided by Brandon Thomas.
Brandon Thomas is a producer based in Atlanta currently best known as the man behind OG Maco's breakout smash, "U Guessed It." In fact, Thomas worked on most of the EP that the track originally appeared on, and is also a rapper himself. Today, he drops "Pistol," which features Maco as well.
Judging by the 94% rating you guys gave his recent He's Drunk! tape, Atlanta's Archibald Slim is someone who you're ready to rock with. Having already released multiple projects this year, the Awful Records rapper dropped a Halloween-inspired 8 track tape called BETTER OFF DEAD yesterday.
We haven't heard a new track from ForteBowie since last November's "I Can't Make You Love Me," but that changes today. After performing with Trinidad Jame$ and Rich Homie Quan at the BET Awards on Saturday, the singer/rapper has shared a track called "Blasphemy 3."
Ever since appearing on Que's "OG Bobby Johnson" follow-up,"Fuck Around," the Atlanta resident has been picking up steam in his local scene. Today, he takes some inspiration from the Cash Money group that launched Lil Wayne's career on a track called "Hot Boy."