DJ Outta Space decides to come out of nowhere today and share the official remix to his "Thug City" record featuring 2 Chainz, K Camp, and Quavo from Migos.
K Camp is preparing his debut album for release in two weeks, and today he's dropped a new loosie to prep us for what he promises to be something big. The aptly titled "Sept.
Dreezy is yet another young Chicago artist who's making waves right now. Releasing her Call It What You Want EP today, the singer has put together five solid tracks with plenty of notable collaborators.
K Camp is currently gearing up to release his debut album, Only Way Is Up. In our recent interview with him (which you can watch below), he described it as
This collab should excite anyone who's been keeping up with Southern hip-hop.
O.T. Genasis struck gold with "CoCo," but now he's searching for a follow-up of the same caliber. Over the last couple months we've heard both "The Flyest" and "Ricky," nut neither have reached the heights of the rapper's breakthrough record.
K Camp's One Way mixtape spawned two of the biggest hits in Atlanta right now, "Lil Bit" and "1Hunnid." Today, K Camp surprises us by getting Fetty Wap, one of the hottest trap singers in the game, on the remix of the latter track, part of his A
L.A. and Atlanta are undoubtedly ruling rap radio right now, but unlike the classic East Coast/West Coast rivalry of yesteryear, the two cities are very willing to collaborate on hits. Problem's new mixtape O.T.
A few weeks ago, Tha Joker shared a track entitled "FHITO" that featured K Camp and RiFF RAFF, and now he's added Raven Felix to the party on a new remix. With the artwork fittingly adorned with red Solo cups, the song (whose title stands for Fuck How It Tur
Strangely, Tha Joker has decided to go back to his 2012 track, "F.H.I.T.O." (which stands for Fuck How It Turn Out), giving it a does of 2015 energy with some additional features.
In addition to giving us an upbeat anthem with "Why Thank You" produced by Hit-Boy, G-Eazy delivers something a bit darker and more down tempo with "I Might." It features fellow Bay Area representer, P Lo (associated with Iamsu!), as well as Atlanta's K Camp.
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