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Rich Today (Remix) Kazzie Feat. Fetty Wap, Snootie Wild & Montana Of 300
Kazzie, fka Kazzie Pop, has been buzzing for awhile outta Jersey. He had a collab with Waka Flocka back in 2013, and earlier this year, he joined with Jersey's biggest sensation, Fetty Wap on "Rich Today," which has since become his biggest hit.
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
Represent T-Pain Feat. Yo Gotti & Snootie Wild
T-Pain just dropped off his highly anticipated mixtape, The Iron Way, and he's picking up right where he left off. With that being said, there are plenty of sides to Pain, the slow-jam lady killer, the strip club obsessive, and the street rap hook king.
I'm Serious Ducko McFli Feat. Problem, Snootie Wild & Reese
You've definitely heard a banger or two from producer Ducko McFli in the past, the Mike WiLL Made It-signed beatsmith cooked up music on the Ransom mixtape, in addition to Audio Push's recent release "Heavy," Drake's "Draft Day" and more.
Don't Tell Em (Remix) Snootie Wild
In a year that's seen Jeremih release a full-fledged foray into experimental-tinged R&B with Shlohmo, drop a tape filled with more commercially-targeted material, and have his upcoming album delayed again and again, "Don't Tell Em," his DJ Mustard-produced sin
Made Me (Remix) Snootie Wild Feat. Jeremih & Boosie Badazz
Snootie Wild is on the come up, he's already had his inaugural interview with The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1 the other day. The North Memphis rapper recruits Jeremih and Lil Boosie for the new remix of "Made Me" (originally featuring K. Camp).
Double Cup (Remix) DJ Infamous Feat. Yo Gotti, Jim Jones, Ace Hood, Kirko Bangz, Snootie Wild & Tiffany Foxx
DJ Infamous dropped his "Double CUp" crew track back in February, and while the original featured a stacked cast of rappers, including Ludacris, The Game, Juicy J, and Hitmaka, the DJ has remade the song with a whole new, even larger roster.