A few minutes ago, 2 Chainz and his T.R.U. (The Real University) crewmates Skooly, Bankroll Fresh, Cap 1 and Short Dawg dropped off their TRU Jack City tape, which features 17 dope tracks produced by a who's-who of dope ATL producers.
Future and Zaytoven's new mixtape Beast Mode impacted yesterday, just in time to get a few songs off it (or the entire thing) into your weekend playlist. It so happens that two of the stand-out cuts off the tape both feature another artist.
Atlanta-based rapper Blaze Servin has worked with some of the industry’s hottest artists, including Gucci Mane, Young Thug, and Fredo Santana, but now he’s getting ready to release a project of his own called Servin’ on February 3rd.
We already know that Future and Mike WiLL Made It are currently working on a collaborative project by the name of Ape Shit, but now we're learning that the Freebandz leader may have another in the works with an equally important ATL beatmaker.
Ursh returns today with a new flute-riddled song produced by Migos' go-to Zaytoven. Appropriately, Migos are also featured on the record, providing their uppity ad-libs throughout the record. Meanwhile Usher stunts on us, targeting his haters when he says he hasn't fallen off one bit.
While fans are still patiently awaiting Juicy J's upcoming studio album, The Hustle Continues, and while the project is still without a proper release date, Juicy continues to drop a banger or two on us every couple months.
After signing with Jermaine Dupri's storied So So Def label earlier this year, Royce Rizzy's seen his stock in thr game skyrocket, nabbing assists from K Camp, Twista and Dupri himself on the Determination EP, released in September.
Migos are already involved in two tapes scheduled to drop in the next few months -- Streets On Lock 4 and No Label 3 -- and now it seems like they'll be featured on some tracks from PeeWee Longway's upcoming Lobby Runners 2 tape.
Migos and Rich The Kid's Streets On Lock 3, released back on April 20th, was chock full of trunk bangers, high-profile guest verses and quotable hooks. The foursome are now prepping the follow-up, giving us the first taste of the tape in the form of the RTK-less "Fake Watch Busta" yesterday.
Though Zaytoven has been knee-deep in Atlanta's trap scene for years at this point, he's always seemed to run against the grain of his peers, dropping zany, technicolor tracks that make his competitors' compositions seem stoic in comparison.
Migos have so much money they don't know where to put it. Over a remix of Cap 1's "Flippa" produced by Zaytoven, they discuss moving their bankrolls overseas alongside Foolie. Just the every day drug dealer life.