Earlier this week, Blac Youngsta and his crewmates pulled up in the Castalia neighborhood of South Memphis toting heavy artillery. They were looking for Castalia native Young Dolph, though it seems they weren't able to track him down.
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.
In the era of Yeezus Christ and King Kendrick, it's easy to fall into the mindset that every hip-hop album should be an experiment in pushing hip-hop forward. Every track should ooze with idealism and what's new. This feeling goes double for mixtapes.
Memphis rapper Snootie Wild burst onto the scene in 2014 with a volley of back-to-back regional megahits in "Yayo" & "Made Me". His rapid rise to prominence was the consequence of talent and hustle after years of struggle.
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.