Travis Porter begin the "Faster" video at a recruitment camp, asking various women in camo'd booty shorts, "Why should you twerk for this country?!" We're then taken to the actual boot camp, or booty camp, where all three Porter members are drill sergeants for
Last year, Rich the Kid gave us his tape Rich Than Famous in the form of a Christmas present. One of the best gifts of all on their was "Don't Love You," a track produced by Jahlil Beats that made for one of RTK's best songs yet.
Yesterday, Awful Records' Archibald Slim ended the two month drought since his and RichPoSlim's Dichotomy tape (which doesn't seem like a long time without new music unless you consider that he dropped about eight projects last year) with his ne
Vince Staples was definitely one of the highlights at the HNHH-sponsored Action Bronson "South by South Wonderful" showcase (apart from the headliners, Curren$y and Action, of course).
Last week's episode of the Noisey-helmed "Atlanta" documentary series focused on the producer side of things, with Noisey speaking to in-demand producers Mike WiLL Made It, Zaytoven and TM-88 about their sound.
We've already seen the likes of 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, iLoveMakonnen, and Migos documented in the Noisey's Atlanta series, but anyone who even casually follows hip hop from the region knows there are a couple big names that we've yet to hear from.
Lil Wayne's daughter, Reginae Carter, appeared in a new episode of MTV's reality TV show "Super Sweet 16." We saw a short clip of the show the other week, and now that the full episode aired, you can catch Reginae Carter in all her Sweet 16-spoiled glory.
The last episode in Noisey's on-going "Atlanta" series focused on the infamous ATL twins and their connection with Gucci Mane. Today Noisey unveils the fifth episode in the ten-episode series, and we have more Gucci, of course, plus some Young Scooter.
So far, Noisey Atlanta's documentary has focused on the likes of Migos, Gucci Mane, and Young Jeezy, but the latest episode takes things away from music to look at the bizarre life of the ATL Twins.You may recognize the brothers from Harmony Korine's Spring Br
A few weeks back, Noisey hit us with a trailer for their multi-part documentary on Atlanta's hip-hop scene, and today, episode one arrives. This one focuses less on the music than the drug industry that's given the city's prevailing genre, trap, its name.
We've seen the Atlanta rap scene and their accompanying sound takeover much of 2014, so it was only a matter of time before the documentaries focused on the buzzing rappers from ATL start pouring in.
Last week, Atlanta natives Johnny Cinco and Money Makin Nique linked up for a joint EP by the name of The Extra EP. A dope, six track project that showcased two very different rappers with great chemistry, the EP's intro track has gotten a video.
Back in May, Atlanta workhorse PeeWee Longway dropped a mixtape titled The Blue M&M, which saw him making a bid for stardom with production and guest spots from some of the biggest names in Atlanta.
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