A few days back Young Sizzle dropped off "Uh Oh," but he's obviously in the giving mood this week, as he's already hit us with another new leak, "Yea Yea." For those unfamiliar, Young Sizzle is the rapping moniker of the producer Southside.
Rico Richie broke out onto the scene earlier this year with his street smash “Poppin,” which can be found on his latest mixtape The Realest Story Every Told.
After hitting us with the Metro Boomin-produced cut “Sand Man” a couple weeks ago, Young Sizzle, aka Southside of 808 Mafia, decides to keep it moving today by returning with another new track for us called “Uh Oh.”
Chief Keef doesn't always deliver on his promises, but he didn't disappoint tonight, as he's come through with his new mixtape, Finally Rollin 2.
With his new album, Church in These Streets, Jeezy intends to cement his status in the history books as a southern rap legend. A day after the LP's release, he's brought along a legend from up north to remix the album's lead single, "God."
Future is white-hot at the moment, coming off a 12-month stretch that produced Monster, Beast Mode, 56 Nights, DS2, and WATTBA. And, according to Southside of 808 Mafia, he has more projects coming. Like, a lot more.
Thug promised two projects tonight: Migos Thuggin and Slime Season 2, the follow-up to his eclectic 18-track effort from September that featured several collaborations with his go-to producer London on da Track -- as well as beats from Metro Boo
Waka Flocka recently aired his grievances with his label, Atlantic, in a long-winded Twitter tirade, but he's back on his Flockaveli 2 grind today with a new single and accompanying video, "AM 2 PM." The new track, produced by DJ Spinz and
We attended a NYC listening session for G-Eazy's upcoming album When It's Dark Out. We learned a lot, including some of the featured artists and producers we didn't already know would appear.
"Dis for the ones that abandoned me," Future wrote on Instagram one year ago today, hours after releasing his mixtape Monster.
10. Ty Dolla $ign - Violent (Prod. by DJ Spinz & Southside)
Y'all know Southside as one of the founders of 808 Mafia and one of the hottest producers in Atlanta. Well, now meet his rapping alter-ego, Young Sizzle, as he comes with a new track, "Rico Wade," dedicated to the OG Dungeon Family producer.
The heat index pushed 100 at the 2015 BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta. T-Pain was sweltering in his red leather suit jacket. "I'm sooooo hot," he said.
G-Eazy was featured alongside Lil Wayne on DJ Carnage's big remix of "I Like Tuh," with original featured artist ILoveMakonnen. It was a great remix, and a great look for the Bay Area rapper who is on his way to certified stardom.
In the past year, the formidable 808 Mafia production team has seen its three most prominent members splinter off to take on more solo work, which in turn has made them all household names.
Soon after Drake began playing What a Time to Be Alive, he posted the tracklist on Instagram. 💎💎💎💎💎 AVAILABLE ON ITUNES AT 8PM A photo posted by champagnepapi (@champagnepapi) on Sep 20, 2015 at 3:49pm PDT
Earlier this month, we were introduced to Chicago's Zona Man via his track "Mean To Me," which had him linking up with a hometown hero (Lil Durk) and his unlikely new label boss (Future) over a beat from longtime Chicago drill revolutionary C-Sick.
Travi$ Scott Enlists Kanye West, Metro Boomin & More For Production On "Rodeo" Jun 3, 2015 at 12:30pm
Travi$ Scott is still working on his debut studio album, Rodeo, after announcing the project this past January. The rapper initially teased a March release, but hasn't revealed too many details since then.