Here goes another Rick Ross/Timbaland leak. After the beatmaker released a version of Rozay and Jay Z's "Movin Bass" that featured Tink (and Ross subsequently said he was disappointed in the producer for doing so), we get another Timbo-produced cut, this time with Rozay playing second fiddle to Gunplay.
We know that Rick Ross wasn't the most pleased when Timbaland decided to let us hear an alternate version of "Movin' Bass," which heavily featured his artist Tink (and was coincidentally much better than the version that landed on Rozay's album).
Omarion had a good reception to his new single off Sex Playlist, the DJ Mustard-produced r'n'b anthem with Jhene Aiko and Chris Brown "Post To Be." Off the momentum of that record, Omarion follows up with the official tracklisting for the project as well as a release date.
New, original tracks from Gunplay pop up about as often as new albums from his MMG bawse, Rick Ross, so rejoice in the fact that Don Logan, who's been languishing in "my album's out soon"-land for years at this point, has share "Swangin" with us today.
When he’s not busy betting ridiculous bets like the Miami Heat will have more wins than the Cavs, Rick Ross is busy handling business transactions to strengthen his MMG label. Earlier today, The MMG bawse announced that Las Vegas-rapper, Yowda, is officially the newest member of Maybach Music Group.
The official DJ of MMG, DJ Scream, lets go a new banger from his MMG counterpart, Tracy T, this afternoon with "Drug Sport." Tracy T relays important lessons for anyone wanting to take part in the drug dealing game on the record, over C4 production.
Before he drops his second 2014 album, Hood Billionaire, Rick Ross is spending some time gifting guest verses to his MMG cohorts. After showing up on Stalley's recently-released Ohio, the label bawse graces a new banger by Fat Trel entitled "Burn."
Ever since Jay Z took a moment to shout it out in "Roc Boys," "the Nike shoebox" has been canonized as a spot "for holding all this cash" in rap lore. Today, MMG's Tracy T and Atlanta beatmaker KE On The Track give us a track called "Dope Money" that features one such shoebox on its cover.