Waka Flocka Songs

  • 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
    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. 
  • 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$h Out, and this time he recruits once-enemy Gucci Mane and singer Bobby Valentino.
  • Ova
    Ova
    It's been a minute since Waka Flocka Flame x DJ Whoo Kid blessed us with new music, specifically, we got the Christmas Eve release "5:56." While Waka continues to work on I Can't Rap Vol. 2, he's teamed up with DJ Whoo Kid once more to drop off the hard-hitting and triumphant "OVA", also featuring Offset (of Migos) and Ca$h Out. Both guest rappers match Waka's often inimitable energy on "OVA", proving their chemistry.
  • 5:56
    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. 
  • Slide Thru (Remix)
    Slide Thru (Remix)
    West coast singer Rayven Justice is gradually gaining momentum, and the remix to his infectiously catchy "Slide Thru" should keep that up. Waka Flocka brings some Atlanta flavor to the Cali anthem, once again displaying both his versatility and his underrated technical ability.
  • Stunt On Ya Haters (Remix)
    Stunt On Ya Haters (Remix)
    Ca$h Out continues to attempt to re-make the success he had with his single "Cashin' Out," but will it happen a second time for the trap rapper? What do you guys think? He recently dropped his album Let's Get It on iTunes, and brings new life to "Stunt On Ya Haters" with a new remix featuring Waka Flocka and Quavo.
  • Lifestyle (Remix)
    Lifestyle (Remix)
    We've gotten a lot of new Waka Flocka Flame music in 2014, but almost none of it has been original. That continues right now, as Flocka has remixed yet another hot song, this time Rich Gang's "Lifestyle."  One of the biggest charting surprises of the year, "Lifestyle" was produced by London On The Track and was not included on Rich Gang's recent, excellent mixtape Tha Tour Pt. 1.
  • Fxck You (Remix)
    Fxck You (Remix)
    Waka Flocka continues to feed the streets with new heat. After hitting us with a freestyle over Rae Sremmurd’s popular dance hit “No Flex Zone” last week, Fozzy Bear returns tonight with another freestyle for the fans, this time over Yo Gotti’s repetitive instrumental “Fuck You”.
  • No Flex Zone (Freestyle)
    No Flex Zone (Freestyle)
    The "No Flex Zone" freestyle may be getting a bit old, but Waka Flocka's take on the ATL banger is definitely a welcome addition to the many remixes already available. After giving us the ironically titled I Can't Rap Vol. 1 which displayed some of the BSM emcees best technical spitting, it looks like Big Homie Flock will be giving us Vol. 2 very soon, with this remix landing on the project.
  • Da Gun
    Da Gun
    Last night Gucci Mane came through with yet another project, Brick Factory Vol. 2, offering up a full stream of the album here. The rapper is keeping himself extra busy, recently announcing eight new projects lined up for release in 2014.
  • No Handouts
    No Handouts
    Young Buck, Nephew Texas Boy, Waka Flocka & Wooh Da Kid team up for this trunk-rattling new single produced by always reliable 808 Mafia. Titled "No Handouts," the song will live on the upcoming Strictly 4 The Traps N Trunks 85 mixtape hosted by Rich The Kid which, somewhat ironically, will be released to the interwebs for free sometime in the coming weeks.
  • A-List
    A-List
    Well here’s an unexpected collab we didn’t see coming. After 13 years away from the game, Sisqo, of the former group Dru Hill, decided to make his return to the music scene tonight and release this brand new single called “A-List”, featuring Waka Flocka. With his eyes set on a special prize, the R&B singer heads to the club with this one and breaks down his celebrity status while showering the ladies with the finer things in life. Look for this single to hit iTunes on September 9th, and live on his upcoming album The Last Dragon.
  • Lay It Down
    Lay It Down
    On his latest release, a mixtape cheekily called I Can't Rap, Vol. 1, Waka Flocka Flame took a few steps back from the ad-lib-drenched, hyper-aggressive, not-very-lyrical style that made him famous, in favor of freestyles that saw him actually attempting to rap "well." While it was nice to see that Waka's not a one trick Muppet, there are still some who crave more of his Flockaveli sound, and his new song "Lay It Down" is the next best thing in 2014. 
  • Get Money
    Get Money
    The ironically titled I Can't Rap Vol. 1 showcased the technical skill that Waka has been gradually developing over the years, and it seems the approach will be extending further than that particular series. The rapper's newest offering, which happens to use an original instrumental, once again finds the rapper's rhyming to be a little more dexterous than his Flockavelli days (not that those weren't incredible).
  • Studio
    Studio
    Waka flocka is currently working on two new albums for later this year, but before we get to hear those, Fozzy decided to surprise fans and release his newest mixtape titled I Can’t Rap Vol. 1 earlier today.
  • 3 Gold Chains
    3 Gold Chains
    Two days ago Waka Flocka hit us with a new freestyle "Blatlanta" over the "Chi-Raq" beat. It served as a leak off his upcoming I Can't Rap Vol. 1 mixtape, which he's been dropping a lot of freestyles for lately. The latest leak off I Can't Rap Vol. 1, however, is some original music featuring BSB and soon-to-be Hustle Gang signee Troy Ave.
  • Blatlanta
    Blatlanta
    When he hasn't been collaborating with big names in the EDM world, Waka Flocka Flame has spent 2014 stepping up his bars by freestyling over some of the years hottest tracks. The latest of these is "Blatlanta," his gun sound-heavy take on Nicki Minaj and Lil Herb's "Chi-Raq." Though the many ad libs that defined Flocka's early material are still there ("Blaw," "You know!", "Flocka!", and of course, "SQUAD!"), "Blatlanta" is the latest in a string of freestyles which suggest that Waka's not the style-over-substance rapper he was initially made out to be.
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