The Weeknd previewed his remix to Mike Will Made It's "Drinks On Us" earlier today, and now he's let go of the full version of his remix. Abel takes the first two minutes to himself, smoothing out Swae Lee's screechy melody into a more traditional R&B vocal.
Fans of Mike WiLL's new Ransom tape are undoubtedly familiar with "Possible" at this point. A trunk-banging collaboration between Yung Joey & DeJ Loaf, the record may have been overshadowed by the various big names that surrounded it, but upon further listening, it's definitely among the standouts.
As if new tracks featuring 2Chainz and ILoveMakonnen weren't enough to get the people excited for tomorrow's Ransom tape, Mike Will continues to leak new music from the project. On "Choppin' Blades," Riff Raff is joined by one-half of Rae Sremmurd for a synth-driven ode to oversized rims.
With his Ransom mixtape drop just around the corner, Mike Will Made It returns today with a fresh cut from the project. Featuring verses from 2Chainz, Cap1 & Skooly, the bass-heavy track provides all of the thrills typically associated with Mike's production credits nowadays.
Mike WiLL Made It took to Hot 97 tonight to premiere a few records from tomorrow's highly-anticipated Ransom tape. Of the three premieres, "Swerve," a collaborative track with OVO Sounds' ILoveMakonnen stood out.
Some of hip-hop's self-appointed weird rappers, Riff Raff and young duo Rae Sremmurd come together today for "Choppin." It's unexpected, but at the same time, not at all. Mike WiLL Made It on the boards of course, the producer was on Sway In The Morning earlier today where he debuted this record.
Future and Drake's "Never Satisfied" was one of the most peculiar songs to end up on a major album this year -- not because of any sonic weirdness, but because it seemed to be abruptly, inexplicably shortened. Now, the song's producer, Mike WiLL Made It, has shared the full version.
When Rich Gang dropped their mixtape Tha Tour Pt. 1 earlier this month, the producer credits were largely unknown on the project. We know that "Lifestyle" producer London On Tha Track was the executive producer, and his tag was on a few tracks, but other than that, Birdman and Co. kept us in the dark.
Following the release of his Wiz Khalifa & Future-assisted track “Pussy Overrated”, hit-producer Mike Will Made-It decides to liberate another new track for the masses tonight titled “Syrup In My Soda”, featuring Riff Raff & fellow ATLien ILoveMakonnen.
After Mike WiLL's collabo with Big Sean "Paradise" got leaked by the rapper himself, Mike WiLL Made It goes ahead and lets go a new collaboration off his upcoming Ransom mixtape. He nabs frequent collaborator Future for the hook as well as Wiz Khalifa, who's been popping up a lot lately.
The past week has seen several artists come out against the long-standing industry tradition of "remixing" other artists' songs by simply spitting a verse over the original version's unchanged production.
When will Gucci Mane's camp run out of archival material they can continue to flip into high quality content? Not today, apparently. The locked up ATLien drops off a track called "Speed Bumps" that's a primo collab between him and Mike WiLL Made It.
ATL's newest phenom rapper (there have been so many) ILoveMakonnen comes through with something new today, produced by fellow ATLien Mike WiLL Made It, a joint that will not appear on Mike WiLL's upcoming Ransom mixtape (although you can expect Makonnen to make an appearance on that tape too).
Yeeesshh. So when Big Sean said last night that there was new music coming, we did not realize he meant four new bangers. Lo and behold, he's updated his Soundcloud with four new bangers (well, to be precise, two are bangers, two are more mellow).
The duo Rae Sremmurd, consisting of brothers Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy, found instant fame with their incessantly catchy banger "No Flex Zone", a Mike WiLL Made It joint that proceeded to be remixed and freestyled dozens of times.
Just moments after announcing his new UR tour, Usher is back with a hot new single in promotion of his new UR album. Produced by Mike WiLL Made It, "Believe Me" finds Usher back on the radio-ready R&B sound that made him a pop icon in the early 2000s.