Lil Durk is turning 23 tomorrow, on October 19, and as a birthday gift to himself, as well as a treat to his fans, he's dropping a new mixtape: 300 Days, 300 Nights. Durk shared the news tonight on Instagram and posted the project's cover art.
About a week ago, Zack, French Montana's brother, revealed that French and Fetty Wap were planning to release a joint mixtape, Coke Zoo, in the "next week or two." Neither French nor Fetty had spoken on the project until now, as French has confirmed the i
Drake and Future's What a Time to Be Alive seems to be inspiring other rappers to team up and drop impromptu projects. The next joint mixtape we'll get to hear comes from French Montana and Fetty Wap.
This morning, we got the first original Chinx track since he was murdered in Queens last month, the MeetSims-assisted "On Your Body," and now, we've got the release date for the posthumous album it'll appear on.
At this point, we've heard numerous tributes to Chinx since his tragic passing last month, and now comes time for some posthumous music to be freed from the vaults. This one's called "On Your Body," and it was just premiered by DJ Envy.
Last Sunday (May 17), tragedy struck the hip-hop world as Chinx, FKA Chinx Drugz, was shot and killed in his home borough of Queens, NY. Chinx was hitting his stride in 2015, preparing to release his debut album.
"Run up on a nigga point blank, fuck the talk and throw that money in koi tank" might be the best hook that Chinx has ever come up with, and today, the song in which you'll find that line ("Point Blank") has gotten a video.
"This another motherfucking rap song. Broke and crazy, rich and famous doesn't last long. Spent all my cash on a broken dream, went from weed and liquor to the coke and lean." - Mac Miller, "Polo Jeans."
Chinx has gotten a lot of mileage off of his Cocaine Riot 4 mixtape, released earlier this year, and today he's sharing the video for one of the tape's standout cuts, "Couple Niggaz." Premiered by Revolt TV, the video is above.
French Montana's latest solo offering is titled "Oooh Baby," and it's pretty much everything you'd expect from a track with such a title. It finds French easing his way into blissed-out boasts over a wavy, sample-based instrumental from Dollar Bill.
Snootie Wild's "Yayo" seems to be the new instrumental of choice when it comes to freestyles. We've already heard takes from Cassidy, as well as Maino, while Yo Gotti and T.I. jumped on the official version.