Waka Flocka "Hype" Video
Waka Flocka's been on a prolific streak lately, dropping his Lebron Flocka James 4 mixtape with Young Sizzle and then two EDM-leaning collabs this month, one with Pretty Lights and another with Big Gigantic.
Waka Flocka & Tammy Rivera On The Breakfast Club
Six weeks ago Waka Flocka and Tammy Rivera ended their two-year marriage. They are now back together and working on repairing their relationship after Waka publicly admitted that he cheated.
Waka Flocka "Real Friends (Flockmix)" Video
After sharing "FACTS" on New Year's, Kanye West began Pablo season a week later with "Real Friends," a beautifully honest lament on how difficult it is to sustain true friendships as one gets older.
Young Buck & Waka Flocka "Turn Up On Dat" Video
Young Buck & Waka Flocka
Both Young Buck and Waka Flocka have incomparable energy when it comes to turnt up bangers, so it's no surprise that their collaboration, appropriately-titled "Turn Up On Dat," is as hype as they come. There's no word as to what this collaboration is for, but BlackFly caught the two rappers during a recent studio session where they shot an on-the-spot visual for one such hard-hitting collaboration, "Turn Up On Dat." The video gives us an inside peak at their studio session, check it out and let us know what you think.
Waka Flocka "Fire In The Booth" Freestyle
Somewhere along the line, Waka Flocka became a great technical rapper, and and his new "Fire In The Booth" freestyle for BBC 1 is reminder of just how lyrical he can get. "I wrote like a good 12 bars, 3 verses for this," he says, before killing a grime-influenced instrumental, proving his versatility once again. After that, he explains that he always takes fan advice when it comes to which styles he pulls from, which is how he started writing to grime instrumentals.
Watch Waka Flocka Add Ad-Libs To German Rap Songs
Known for his enthusiastic and frequent ad-libs, Waka Flocka sat down recently with Berlin-based 16 BARS TV to contribute some of his signature ad-libs to a few rap songs currently making waves on the German hip hop circuit. Smiling broadly, Waka hit these songs with every BOW, FLOCKA, and BRIIIICK SQUAAAAAD in his bag of tricks. For the third and final track, which presents his greatest challenge yet ad-lib-wise, he decides to light up a joint for inspiration. Waka Flocka is the undisputed ad-lib king. If you disagree watch the video below (and above).
Waka Flocka & Young Sizzle "One Eyed Shooters" Video
Waka Flocka & Young Sizzle
By now, fans of Atlanta rap are well-aware that Young Sizzle (aka Southside) can spit. Now let's see him do it in the flesh, as "One Eyed Shooters," Sizzle's January collab with Waka Flocka, produced by Southside, has now received the visual treatment.
Watch Waka Flocka & Raury Make Vegan Blueberry Muffins
Waka Flocka & Raury
Waka Flocka opens up the new episode of Munchies by relaying the crazy responses he gets when he tells people he's vegan (I didn't even know he was vegan). He's definitely looking pretty slim in the video, and he says, "I just didn't wanna be fat, I got tired of breathing hard, I got tired of my joints hurting." Although, Raury admits he has "wet dreams" about Chic-A-Filet.
Gucci Mane Feat. Chaz Gotti & Waka Flocka "Paranoid" Video
Gucci Mane Feat. Chaz Gotti & Waka Flocka
Gucci Mane has yet to release his feature film, The Spot, but we did receive the sound track for the long-awaited movie last year. Among the highlights from the project was "Paranoid," a London On Da Track-produced track featuring Chaz Gotti and Gucci's longtime collaborator Waka Flocka (who he's now back on good terms with, despite the rapper being incarcerated).
Chaz Gotti Feat. Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka "Paranoid" Video
Chaz Gotti Feat. Gucci Mane & Waka Flocka
We still haven't seen Gucci Mane's film "The Spot," which was originally scheduled to release on October 17, BrickSquad Day. As a pretty decent consolation, Gucci did release the film's pretty stacked soundtrack. Today saw the release of the music video for the soundtrack's second single "Paranoid," a collaborative effort between Chaz Gotti, Waka Flocka, London on da Track, & Chaz Gotti.
Waka Flocka Interviews Blunt Roller Candidates In His New Tour BTS
While we wait for Flockaveli 2, Waka is continuing to promote the half-way mark, Flockaveli 1.5, which we premiered last month. In an effort to keep Flockaveli 1.5 on our minds, Waka brings us a tour BTS footage, with flashes of the Flockaveli 1.5 appearing on the screen through out.
Waka Flocka Does The Weather On Local News Show
Waka Flocka Flame has been trying to put out Flockavelli 2 for some time, and while it's still without a release date, he will be dropping Flockavelli 1.5 to hold us over. The good news is even, if the album never comes out Waka could always have a Future as a weatherman, as he delivered a very inaccurate, but incredibly entertaining forecast.
Waka Flocka "AM 2 PM" Video
Waka Flocka recently aired his grievances with his label, Atlantic, in a long-winded Twitter tirade, but he's back on his Flockaveli 2 grind today with a new single and accompanying video, "AM 2 PM." The new track, produced by DJ Spinz and Southside, proves that when Waka does manage to release the album, it's gonna bang.
Waka Flocka Announces His Candidacy For Speaker Of The House
Ever since Waka Flocka was a young boy, he harbored aspirations of becoming a rapper. But all along it has been his dream to run Congress. With John Boehner's recent resignation, Flocka is seizing his opportunity and announcing his candidacy for United States Speaker of the House!
Waka Flocka "Workin'" Video
Last month, Waka Flocka got fans hyped for Flockaveli 2 in a big way, by dropping a new single, "Workin,'" that sounds like that old-school mosh-inducing Waka that tore up the ATL scene when the first Flockaveli dropped five years ago.
Waka Flocka On Breakfast Club
Yesterday The Breakfast Club welcomed T.I. for an interview, and this morning they have another Atlanta native as their guest, Waka Flocka Flame. The rapper chops it up with Power 105.1 about his relationship with Gucci Mane (a topic that will never die, possibly because we never let it die). He says the two still have issues to work out, but they're good. Waka also goes on to address the possibility of running for president against Kanye West, as both rappers announced their candidacy this year.
Waka Flocka Shares Opinion On Kendrick Lamar, Hillary Clinton, & Kurt Cobain
Waka Flocka has opinions about things. And he got a chance to share them, along with his bubbly personality, on a new edition of Pitchfork's "Over/Under" segment. Flocka explained his positions on Hillary Clinton, Kendrick Lamar, Kurt Cobain, the ocean, steroids, emojis, and more. You might be surprised to see who and what he does and does not like. They segment is just a few minutes long but Flocka managed to get some memorable quotes in there. "I'm team Hillary. That's Bill Clinton's wife."
Waka Flocka On Ebro In The Morning
While out in NYC this week, Waka Flocka decided to take time out his busy schedule and stop by the Hot 97 studios for a lengthy interview with the gang from Ebro in the Morning. Chopping it up for over 30 minutes, Waka talked about several things going on not just in his life, but with the industry as well, including the recent Young Thug vs Plies situation, hip-hop putting its artists in a box, his relationship with his wife, Gucci Mane, upcoming music, and more. Check out all that and more in the sit-down interview above.
Waka Flocka Lays Out His Presidential Platform
After announcing his candidacy for the United States presidency on 4/20, Waka Flocka expanded on his presidential platform in a recent interview with Zoe Dereault. As he already told us, Flocka's number one platform is the nationwide legalization of marijuana. But he has other issues he wants to address, such as educating kids with useful real world skills and tools, like financial literacy.
Waka Flocka Gives Advice To Aspiring Rappers
Waka Flocka sat down with an interview with Jen Deleon of Skee.tv backstage at a concert to discuss how his views on the music industry has evolved over the years and dispense advice to those interested in pursuing a rap career. Good music does not translate to stardom, he says. "Being a musical star is like going to the NBA. Just because you shined in college don't mean you gonna be an NBA star. Just because you have great music or some great street shit don't mean you gonna shine all day."