Slim Thug keeps his #ThugThursdays series going strong and returns with another dope freestyle for the fans tonight. This time around, the Houston native decides to jump on K Camps track “Cut Her Off”. Thug chucks the deuces to the ladies in this one.
"In this game, you gotta let it flow, you can't force it / Your name on a bullet, you don't sign it, I'mma forge it / You're John Hancock, I'm choppin' up them tan rocks / Slidin' door open up, it's over when that van stops."
Last week, No Malice made sure to clear the air that there will be no “Clipse” album in the future. Today, Pusha T's brother is back making noise with a freestyle he just laid down on BET’s “The Backroom” segment.
Toronto’s own Tory Lanez visited DJ Tony Touch’s "Toca Tuesday" segment and decided to give listeners a few rhymes from off the top. This is pretty impressive. Check it out for yourself, and pay close attention.
Kirko Bangz dropped a full mixtape of freestyles yesterday, and while much of it found him taking on instrumentals from bigger artists like Drake, Jhene Aiko, and Kid Ink, he also tried his hand at some regional hits-- most notably, K Camp's "Money Baby".
DJ Mustard's sound is more present than ever these days. While we're now hearing various types of artists take on the signature west coast snap the DJ is known for, YG is definitely one of the first to take on the style.
Fat Trel continues his Gleesh-mix series with a new freestyle over a remake of Drake's "Too Much" instrumental.
The song even features a different singer on the hook, while Trel delivers two very personal and emotional verses.
Migos and Young Thug are two of Atlanta's hottest acts, and when they get together, good things generally happen.
"YRN", a weirdly Salsa-flavored trap joint from the two comes to mind, and they've done it again with the simply titled "Freestyle".