The last we heard from Turk was back in September with the release of the reader-approved "Touchdown." After a short absence, he returns to our front page today with the remix to "You Mad Yet?" Featuring verses from Cap 1, Maino, and Grafh, the JoeyDidThis-produced street single is the latest promotional release from t
Turk continues to feed the streets with new content. After hearing his freestyles over Lil Wayne’s "Grindin" instrumental last week, the former Hot Boy returns today to share an all new original cut this time around titled “Touchdown”.
There are a lot of rappers and celebrities speaking out about the killing of Mike Brown and the current turmoil in Ferguson, MO. We even had Mark Battles hit the streets for our Word On The Street YouTube segment in order to get responses and current thoughts on the situation.
Turk was locked up for close to 9 years, and unfortunately missed out on recording a lot of music, but he's more than making up for it since his release, putting out two mixtapes last year, Blame It On The System and Louisianimalz Vol. 1.
Turk dropped two new mixtapes in short succession when he first got out of jail last year, but since Blame It On The System & Louisianimalz he's been relatively quite. Today we get something new from the rapper, with production from Jaye Neutron. No word if this is off a new mixtape.
Give It's Hot a listen - it's a new offering from Turk. It was dropped on Friday, August 16th, 2013. Turk's musical situation is improving with every new release, and It's Hot will most definitely help the cause. It's a fine addition to the growing body of work Turk has been developing since stepping foot in the game.
Give Make Love Make Money a spin - it's a new offering from Turk. It was dropped on Friday, July 12th, 2013. Turk's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Make Love Make Money.
Former Hot Boy Turk spent almost nine years in jail, which definitely put a halt on his rap career. During that time, his former group mate, Lil Wayne, became as big as ever, reaching mainstream status.