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Blac Youngsta Buys Back Shy Glizzy's Chain For $10,000
During a recent performance at a club in the Hickory Hill neighborhood of Memphis, D.C. rapper Shy Glizzy lost his Glizzy Gang chain.
Juicy J "I'm Sicka" Video (Prod. By Mike Will Made It)
A sure highlight on Juicy J 's recent Blue Dream & Lean 2 tape is the Mike WiLL Made It-produced "I'm Sicka," a maelstrom of industrial sounds with Juicy atop it listing off things he can stand. Today, it gets a video that matches its quality.
Rich Or Not (Prod. By Cassius Jay) Snootie Wild
Until now, Memphis's Snootie Wild has continued to cash in on the success off last year's Go Mode EP, which featured hits like "Made Me," "Yayo," and "She's a Keeper." After his standout debut, there's a lot of pressure on Snootie's next project, and
Young Dolph Brings Out 8Ball, Travis Porter & More At Free Concert
Young Dolph really put on for his fans a few weeks back in Memphis. The rapper held a free city-wide concert to really kick off summer, and brought out a bunch of fellow rappers to help him out.
Lord Infamous' Death Confirmed, Cause Of Death Revealed
Gangsta Boo's tweet concerning the death of her affiliate and friend, Lord Infamous, turned out to be accurate, as HHDX confirmed earlier. Now the cause of the late Memphis rapper's death has been revealed.
Yo Gotti Feat. Kendall Morgan "Don't Come Around" Video
Yo Gotti lets go of yet another visual for a track from his recent "I Am" project, this time with an emotional clip for the Kendall Morgan assisted "Don't Come Around".Behold Yo Gotti Feat.
Yo Gotti Accuses Juicy J Of Dodging Him Via Twitter [Update: Yo Gotti Resolves Issue]
This is a brief one, folks.
Yo Gotti Talks Growing Up In Memphis & Introduction To Rap
Gotti shows us around Memphis, detailing his experiences with the city, and how he became involved in the region's hip hop scene.
Drake Speaks On Shooting "Worst Behavior" Video In Memphis
This week Drake unveiled the music video for "Worst Behavior" off his album Nothing Was The Same. The track quickly became a fan favorite off the LP, and while usually Drizzy is all about supporting Toronto, for this visual he took things to Memphis.