Waka Flocka Songs

  • Blue Or Red
    Blue Or Red
    More ferocious material from Waka Flocka. As there's no release date in sight for his already finished album, Flockaveli 2, Flocka has decided to bypass his label, Atlantic, and drop Flockaveli 1.5, which will be a "free album." He comes through today with the first song off the free release, which will be out in a week, on November 19. "Blue or Red" is a banger produced by two of ATL's finest: Southside and Metro Boomin. 
  • Paranoid
    Gucci Mane is about to make his debut as a filmmaker, as "The Spot" premieres on October 17, aka "Gucci Day." Not only will we get to see Gucci's genius employed through a new medium -- the film also comes equipped with a soundtrack full of unreleased Gucci material. The 1017 founder has now shared the soundtrack's second single, "Paranoid," which follows "No Problems," featuring Rich Homie Quan and PeeWee Longway. 
  • Workin
    After hitting us with a freestyle over Meek Mill’s “R.I.C.O.” last week, Waka Flocka decides to come through today and share an all new original record titled “Workin.”
  • R.I.C.O. (Freestyle)
    R.I.C.O. (Freestyle)
    "R.I.C.O." is now forever tied to Drake and Meek Mill's beef, to the point that listening to the original version feels almost awkward. Thankfully, we now have a new take on the skittering beat to listen to, courtesy of the recently lyrics-focused Waka Flocka.
  • IT G MA (Remix)
    IT G MA (Remix)
    Keith Ape released Korea's answer to OG Maco's "U Guessed It" earlier in the year, and now the record has earned an all-star remix, bringing the song overseas with contributions from A$AP Ferg, Father, Waka Flocka, and Dumbfoundead. Seeing as it's not too far off from what's coming out of Atlanta, right now, everyone sounds pretty damn comfortable on the record, making for a pretty successful crew track, where each artist brings something special to the table. 
  • Moved On
    Moved On
    After debuting a collaboration titled "8-0" last week, Rayven Justice and Waka Flocka have more heat in store. Today they've released another Young California collab, "Moved On." Whereas "8-0" was more trap-derived, "Moved On" takes its cue from r'n'b. Rayven croons about moving on from a break-up over production from Cisco. Waka Flocka provides some grunts/ad-libs before closing out the song with his verse.
  • Slave Ship
    Slave Ship
    LA's Azizi Gibson has an album dropping later this year by the name of preHISTORIC Till Death, and took the time today to share "Slave Ship" feat. Waka Flocka, a single off the freshly titled project.
  • 8 N 0
    8 N 0
    With his current record “Hit Or Nah” still doing work on the charts, Bay Area’s Rayven Justice is now shifting his focus onto a new single. Tonight, he decides to liberate this Waka Flocka-featured cut “8 N O”, which was originally found on Waka’s Salute Me Or Shoot Me V mixtape and now serving as Rayven's newest single.
  • Get High With Me
    Get High With Me
    Waka Flocka Flame and DJ Whoo Kid's "Turn Up Godz" tour already spawned an entire mixtape of new music, but they're not done yet. Today, it's our pleasure to premiere new music from them, plus Future, Steve Aoki and 808 Mafia. The track's called "Get High With Me."
  • Game On
    Game On
    Here's a collaboration you were probably not expecting to see on today's songs list. Waka Flocka and punk-pop band Good Charlotte connect for "Game On," a song off the soundtrack to the upcoming animated movie, "Pixels- The Movie."
  • Gravity
    Waka Flocka has been making headlines lately for things other than his music, including news that he’s running for President of United States and that he wants to buy out his contract at Atlantic Records.
  • What I Do Feat. Juvenile
    What I Do Feat. Juvenile
    Waka Flocka dropped off the fifth installment to his Salute Me Or Shoot Me series on Wednesday night. Laced with 20 songs, the DJ Whoo Kid-hosted mixtape features guest appearances from Future, MGK, Yo Gotti, Offset, and more.
  • On Everything
    On Everything
    As promised, Waka Flocka dropped off the fifth installment to his Salute Me Or Shoot Me series on Wednesday night. Laced with 20 songs, the DJ Whoo Kid-hosted mixtape features guest appearances from Future, MGK, Yo Gotti, Offset, Juvenile, and many more.
  • Rotation
    Waka Flocka and Future, aka Future Flocka, have teamed up for a new joint that will appear on the forthcoming Digital Trapstars mixtape, in CDQ quality. You might recall hearing this joint on Flocka's The Turn Up Godz Tour mixtape, under the name "All These Bitches," however here's the final, tagless version to enjoy. "Rotation" has a hook from Future, and production from Southside of 808 Mafia.
  • All These Bitches
    All These Bitches
    The sound that Waka Flocka Flame and Lex Luger created on Flockavelli has been run with in Atlanta for so long that Waka almost feels like an OG in the region. Future, who appears on his new record, "All These Bitches", seems more like a descendant than a contemporary, but here they feed off of each other much like Gucci and Flocka did in their heyday. 
  • Can't Trust Thots (Remix)
    Can't Trust Thots (Remix)
    Wash is a rising R&B singer from Port Arthur, Texas. He came on the scene toward the end of last year with two big collaborations: "Lonely" with Trey Songz and "Can't Trust Thots" with French Montana, which netted top 40 on the rap charts. Now, Wash has replaced French with Waka Flocka Flame for the "Can't Trust Thots" remix. 
  • Against All Odds
    Against All Odds
    This afternoon DJ Whoo Kid hits us with a new exclusive, giving us a radio rip for a new joint from Waka Flocka,  "Against All Odds." Waka has been letting go freebies lately, last week it was "OVA" with Offest and Ca$h Out, and this time he recruits once-enemy Gucci Mane and singer Bobby Valentino.
  • Ova
    It's been a minute since Waka Flocka Flame x DJ Whoo Kid blessed us with new music, specifically, we got the Christmas Eve release "5:56." While Waka continues to work on I Can't Rap Vol. 2, he's teamed up with DJ Whoo Kid once more to drop off the hard-hitting and triumphant "OVA", also featuring Offset (of Migos) and Ca$h Out. Both guest rappers match Waka's often inimitable energy on "OVA", proving their chemistry.
  • 5:56
    Waka Flocka continues to keep it moving. After dropping off a freestyle over J Cole’s “Fire Squad” last week, Waka decides to come through and treat fans to an early Christmas present tonight in the form of “5:56”.
  • Fire Squad (Freestyle)
    Fire Squad (Freestyle)
    Waka Flocka made his name off a uniquely aggressive delivery, which he paired with Lex Luger's similarly new and punishing instrumentals. After experimenting with different styles, including dipping his toes in the EDM pool, Flocka released I Can't Rap Vol. 1, an ironically titled tape which showed his newfound gift for technical "rappity-rap" bars.