The Quality Control-affiliated rapper Johnny Cinco will have his time to shine on February 9th, when he releases his new mixtape I Swear. So far, we've heard the Migos-featured "I'm Straight", and more recently, the HNHH-premiered "A Week Ago."
In less than two weeks, QC signee Johnny Cinco will be dropping off his new project I Swear, and today, he's blessed us with another cut from it. Featuring the ever enigmatic Peewee Longway, "On My Line" is the third track we've heard from the tape thus far.
Unlike other Quality Control artists like Rich The Kid and OG Maco, who seem to have new projects dropping out of the sky every other month or so, the label's Johnny Cinco hasn't released a tape in far too long.
The sensational trio Migos have let loose over five projects since their liftoff back in 2011. After linking with Quality Control Music founder and previous manager to Jeezy and Gucci Mane, Coach K, the Atlanta-based squad became one of the hottest commodities nationwide.
Although Young Dolph hails from Memphis, more often than not you can find him on the track with artists from the ATL. "Aight" by Johnny Cinco is no exception, recruiting Dolph for the second verse on the Spiffy-produced track.
Since bursting onto the radars of rap blogs everywhere (and even some radio stations now!) with "U Guessed It," Atlanta's OG Maco has, with only a few exceptions, been actively bucking peoples' perceptions of him by releasing music that sounds nothing like his breakout hit.
We haven't heard from Marcus Manchild in a little bit, but he jumps back on the scene with this whip friendly cut, featuring the trio of Johnny Cinco, Sosamann and Sauce Walka, who wins the award for Best Rap Name of the Year.
Scotty ATL's stayed relatively quiet this summer after dropping "What's The Formula" with Childish Major back in June, but that changes today. Scotty ends the drought with a KE On The Track produced jam called "Play By The Rules" that also features Johnny Cinco and Cap 1.