It’s been a while since we last heard from artist and producer Clinton Sparks, but today he makes his return felt with a new pop song that has some serious potential on the charts. Linking up with ATL’s own T.I., Clinton delivers this new offering “UV Love”.
The Stafford Brothers are a production duo who churn out poppy, radio-ready EDM like clockwork. They also must have some clout in the industry, as they were able to secure a verse from none other than T.I. on their new track "This Girl."
Skeme scored a pretty big feature with last month's "No Limit", which was blessed by a verse from none other than Game. After dropping his mandatory "0 To 100" remix, the west coast rapper has returned with yet another big look, recruiting T.I. for a verse on "Look What I Did".
Troy Ave has definitely been a talking point over the last few weeks. The New York traditionalist has become something of a divisive figure, but he's using all the discussion as a launching pad, dropping an all-star remix of recent single, "Your Style" today.
Moments ago we received the full version of Mike WiLL Made It's new single, "Buy The World," and now Tip follows suit with the full version of his new collaboration "No Mediocre" with Hustle Gang member Iggy Azalea and production from DJ Mustard.
T.I. has been hyping his upcoming single with Iggy Azalea over the last little while, which should be arriving next week (perfect timing, considering Azalea currently has the top two charting songs in country currently).
Stak5 is known to most as former NBA player Stephen Jackson. The one-time baller is now trying his hand at a different game, giving rap a serious try, recruiting some huge names for his newest single, "Gumbo".
"About Tha Money" is the latest reveal from T.I.'s upcoming Paperwork album, a three-part project that'll be released gradually throughout the coming twelve months. A radio rip of the the single leaked last night, and we've since been blessed with the CDQ version.
"I count six shots."
ATLiens T.I. and Young Thug have come together for a new single from the former titled "About Tha Money," the triumphant, organ-driven instrumental having been produced by none other than London On The Track.
Que's new single, "Jungle Fever," is starting to develop a solid buzz. While we heard the original version back in early March, the “OG Bobby Johnson” rapper decided to give fans the official remix tonight, with a new guest verse from T.I.
Que has dropped his share of bangers since bursting on the scene with OG Bobby Johnson, but the 808 Mafia-produced anthem, "Jungle Fever" is the closest he's come to the furious urgency of hi sbreakout hit.
Today, we premiered Young Dro's Black Label tape. One of the project's noteworthy tracks is "Thirsty," mostly because of a guest appearance from Hustle Gang label boss T.I. Dun Deal is also on hand to provide A+ production.