It's here. Just days after they took on Kanye West's latest album and came up with The Chops of Pablo, The Chopstars are back with one that's been sitting on the chopping block for some time: Codeine Views.
Though Drake's VIEWS, released at the end of April, has been by far the year's most successful album, none of its tracks have yet received a music video, save for the bonus track "Hotline Bling," which, of course, was the source of one of the most memorab
Last week, Houston OG Trae tha Truth dropped a new mixtape full of freestyles, titled Another 48 Hours. The sequel to his 2011 tape 48 Hours, the project conjured up memories of the storied freestyle sessions that went down in DJ Screw's crib.
Beyonce's performance of "Formation" during the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show was praised by many as bold and necessary, though there was also a vocal faction that considered it to be racially charged in a manner that was offensive to law enforcement.
Need a little Houston real quick? Well here's a new track from Slim Thug, Z-Ro, and Paul Wall. The song's title comes as no surprise, but "Drank" isn't simply an ode to the pleasures of sippin', which have been well documented by each of these guys.
If your only introduction to the Sauce Twinz, made up of Sauce Walka and Sancho Saucey, is Walka's "Wack 2 Wack" Drake diss and the rumors of another impending diss (a collab with Meek Mill), then it's time you check out the Twinz' latest mixtape, Sauce T
Houston has produced some of the best rappers in the history of the genre. Z-Ro, Bun B, and Scarface are just a few of the old heads still holding it down for H-Town, but the city's rap scene has been riding a new wave recently and, in Paul Wall's opinion
Those lucky enough to be at Austin City Limits last night (Oct. 3) got to see Drake bring out Future to perform tracks off their recent joint album, What a Time to Be Alive, live for the first time.
Propain continues to prove himself as one of Houston's most promising talents. Yesterday we heard his new collab with Kevin Gates, "Rodeo," which, despite the raw lyricism, happened to be one of his more poppy tracks.
Propain is quickly making a name for himself out of Houston. He's been vetted by the OGs -- you may have heard him with Slim Thug on "All I Know" or, more recently, with Paul Wall on "Hold It Diine for My City," off Wall's new album Slab God.