By citing Lil Wayne as his first-, second- and third-favorite rapper and basing an entire verse in Rich Gang's "I Got" off of Wayne's iconic "Oops, I meant..." lyric structure, Young Thug had already proven himself to be a Weezy devotee long before "Take Kare" dropped.
Just the other day, Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan again stoked our excitement for the upcoming sequel to Tha Tour Pt. 1 by dropping "M.O.M. (Mind On Money)." Now they're back with another. Check out the ratchet-styled "In This Game."
It remains unclear if any Young Thug x Rich Homie Quan collabo should be considered as 'Rich Gang' or if it's limited to those that have a Birdman ad-lib, intro or outro, but either way, we get a new collaboration between the besties today.
Another week, another new Gucci Mane project. After the incarcerated 1017 boss dropped both East Atlanta Santa and C-Note Vs. Gucci last week, he's kicking off 2015 by dropping another album, this one entitled 1017 Mafia.
Ouuueee. Nipsey Hussle gives us some new music just in time for us to kick off 2015, or celebrate the end of 2014. It's a banger, you know immediately from that infamous London On Da Track tag. The West and the South connect on the somewhat unlikely collaboration.
Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan proved their strength as a duo with the excellent Rich Gang mixtape, but they seem have a lot more in the chamber than that (already pretty damn long) project. Quan recently hinted that Vol.
Some rap fans can't help but question any behaviour from male artists that doesn't fit into a very basic view of masculinity. Young Thug, who has never been one to be put in a box, strays pretty far from this archetype -- from wearing vibrant colors, to calling his male friends "lovers".