• A day after his past collaborator OG Maco released a diss record ("Fat Fuck") about him, Key! drops off a track that begins with the line, "lotta niggas wanna hate, what's the reason?
  • Earlier this year, ATL upstarts Key! and OG Maco linked up for doper than dope EP called Give Em Hell. Released before Maco's "U Guessed It" really took off, the brief project saw them rapping, singing and shouting over production mostly provided by Brandon Thomas.
  • One of the most underrated projects of the year is Key! and OG Maco's joint EP, Give Em Hell. Including the song "U Guessed It," and released a good two months before the song began popping off on Vine, the EP housed some of the two ATLien's finest work.
  • Of course Hustle Gang affiliate Spodee popped up several times on the recent Hustle Gang collaborative mixtape, G.D.O.D. 2, and today the rapper returns once more with T.I. by his side. This particular record, produced by Dun Deal, didn't actually appear on G.D.O.D.
  • Last week, Key! and FKi teamed up to release a joint EP under the name FKeyi. Although all six tracks on there were outstanding, the new one-off the duo just dropped might take the cake for the most apeshit FKeyi track yet. Much of this is thanks to the presence of the buzzing, always-yelling OG Maco.
  • With OG Maco's "U Guessed It" and Father's "Wrist" making a lot of noise recently, Key! has been putting in a lot of big assists. The latest track which finds him in the passenger seat is a new effort from Atlanta's Reese.
  • Key! popped up earlier today on DJ Osh Kosh's new remix to "Digi Scale" with Lamb$, Tezo and Reese, and now we hear from again on this previously unreleased cut with OG Maco, "Tell The Truth." The track was liberated by its producer Brandon Thomas, who reveals that the record didn't quite make Key!
  • There’s no denying the talent that comes out of Atlanta. Aside from recent artists like Young Thug, Rae Sremmurd, & Raury, two other artists who have been making some serious noise down in the ATL are Key! & ILoveMakonnen.
  • A couple of weeks ago, we brought you a track called "Doubted" by Drake's new friend iLoveMakonnen, and featured on there was Key!, an ATL rapper formerly of the Two-9 collective. Now Key! makes his HNHH debut as a solo artists with his new song "Dimes," produced by Dexter.
  • Carrying around a mannequin's head around and sounding like (according to a coworker) a mix between Lil B and Elton John may not initially inspire a lot of hype, but once you collaborate with Drake, people will be rushing to say they've been with it since day one.
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