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
One of the few Danny Brown features we've gotten this year was on BeatKing's latest mixtape Club God 4. BeatKing is quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with outta Houston, and Danny Brown is the perfect match for his ratchet club-wrecking sound.
"Cell Boomin" is off Maxo Kream's recent mixtape MAXO 187, which put the young Houston rapper on the map. For the video, though, he gets Atlanta's Father to join in, making the track that much better.
Paul Wall has a pretty good side hustle as a grill-maker, but he's still pumping out music as fast as ever. The Houston rapper most recently gave us a freestyle over Que's "OG Bobby Johnson" with his frequent collaborator, Slim Thug.
Paul Wall has been dropping new material pretty consistently these days. He and Slim Thug have had a whole lot of collaborations over the years, and Wall's new track is yet another addition to that canon.
As we saw on his instagram, Torey Lanez was brought out by the legendary Bun B for his impressive debut in Houston.
If that wasn't enough, Torey brought out Kirko Bangz before a very excited audience, to perform "Know What's Up."
Nipsey Hussle's "Crenshaw" tour hit Houston last night, and while he was on stage there he brought out some local rappers including Kirko Bangz, Bun B and Slim Thug, to perform some cuts alongside the West Coast rapper.
Paul Wall teams up with Bun B and D-Boss in his latest video for "I'm Real You Fake". The very-Houston visual has a crime narrative going throughout, though the details are unclear.Watch Paul Wall Feat.
Drake was in Houston for "Would You Like A Tour?" and after the show he hit the club, where he previewed a new verse, which is from his upcoming collaboration with YG, "Who You Love," produced by DJ Mustard.