Earlier this week, Belly released two tracks, "Conseula" and "Re Up," that offered wildly different takes on the state of Belly's mental health. They both appear on his new mixtape Inzombia, which impacted this morning courtesy of XO and Roc Nation.
Rich The Kid
The flexin' continues for Rich Forever president Rich The Kid, who has now released his fourth project of the year (counting two Rich Forever compilations). His latest, Keep Flexin, was supposed to drop last month, though the Halloween release date should work just fine, as this body of work should make for some turnt-up trick-or-treating.
H.G.O.E. (Hustle Gang Over Errrrythang)
Early Monday morning, Hustle Gang quietly released their first mixtape in exactly two years: H.G.O.E. (Hustle Gang Over Errrrythang). The tape continues the collective's tradition of acronym-based mixtape titles, following 2013's G.D.O.D. (Get Dough Or Die) and 2014's G.D.O.D. 2.
Blac Youngsta may have generated a good bit of hype due to his ridiculous social media stunting. But he's backed it up with his music, the ultimate outlet for his endless hustle and overflowing charisma. Following March's Young & Reckless, the CMG signee is back today with his second tape of the year: Fuck Everybody. Whereas Young & Reckless had no features, Fuck Everybody has some big ones, including Quavo, Young Thug, Jacquees, and YFN Lucci.
Dora & Dolly
Young Thug is fresh off a release of his own, No, My Name Is Jeffery, which has been receiving praise across the web (on top of Thugger's usual controversy). Now some of Thug's family members, whom he's often shouted on wax, sisters Dora and Dolly, come through with a mixtape of their own.
Diary Of The Streets 2
One of the fastest growing artists out of Atlanta, Ralo hails from The Bluff, an area known as the most violent section of in the entire metropolitan area. He made waves with his hard-won gutter tales on last year's Diary of the Streets. Today he releases the sequel, Diary of the Streets 2.
It's been a good year so far for Duke. The Young Thug disciple joined Thugger on the HiTunes tour, appeared numerous times on Bankroll Mafia's self-titled debut album, and released a well-received tape called Uber. The Duke glo up continued today with the release of a new mixtape called Blue Devil.
Where Would The Game Be Without Me
Zaytoven is one of the most prolific and vital rap producers in the game, and the title of his new compilation tape, Where Would The Game Be Without Me, acknowledge as much. 10 tracks in length, the DJ Showtime-hosted project features a collection of Zay's most notable recent productions. Gucci Mane, DJ Esco, 21 Savage, Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert, Migos, Maceo, Peewee Longway, Jose Guapo, and Juicy J make appearances.
Project E.T. (Esco Terrestrial) (Hosted By Future)
Future's exuberant right-hand man DJ Esco is best-known for his residency at Magic City and for inspiring the seminal mixtape 56 Nights. Anyone who watches Esco's vlog knows that he is truly The Coolest DJ In The World.
Chance The Rapper
Chance the Rapper's Coloring Book arrived last night on Apple Music. It has since been made available for download for fans who do not have an Apple Music subscription.
YSL Duke is best known for his affiliation with Young Thug and his membership in the exclusive ATL supergroup Bankroll Mafia, which just released its self-titled debut album in April. Over the weekend, he continued to carve out a name for his own self with a new mixtape called Uber.
Before The Trap: Nights In Tarzana
Chris Brown & OHB
Staying true to the tweets Chris Brown sent out earlier this week, he’s dropped a mixtape with his OHB Crew (OHB stands for Original Hood Bosses) called Before Da Trap: Nights In Tarzana. The tape includes the collaboration with Quavo and Section Boyz, “Whippin,” as its second track.
Street Lottery 3
After a few minor delays, Young Scooter's Street Lottery 3 has finally arrived. With features from Future, Boosie Badazz, Akon, Young Thug, Jose Guapo, Kodak Black, Young Dolph, and more, the mixtape is pretty much a who's who of the current Southern trap scene (plus Akon... an OG trapper in his own right). The star-studded project is 16 songs long... plenty to digest here.
Slime Season 3
With Young Thug's Slime Season 3 available on Spotify, Thugger graciously delivered HNHH the files to stream as a mixtape.
I Am Juugman
Yung Ralph has been buzzing on the Atlanta scene ever since he dropped "Look Like Money" 2007. The frequent Gucci Mane and Zaytoven collaborator has had one of the best years of his career in 2015, appearing on Young Thug's Slime Season and now dropping his long awaited mixtape I Am Juugman. Laced with 20 tracks, the mixtape features the likes of Fetty Wap, Young Thug, London on Da Track, Zayotven, Birdman, Jacquees, and more.
Ex Drug Dealer 2
Casino is intent on proving himself as one of Future's most reliable soldiers at Freebandz, and the Atlanta trapper has made a strong statement on his new mixtape, Ex Drug Dealer 2, the sequel to the original Ex Drug Dealer, the DJ Esco-hosted tape he put out in early 2013. For EDD2, Casino grabbed his label boss for two tracks ("Whitney Houston" and "Say That"), and his labelmate Young Scooter for two more. Additional features come from Young Thug, Young Dolph, and more.
Off The Books
P Reign comes through with Off The Books this morning, to follow up his Dear America EP from last year. The mixtape saw the release of a big collaboration yesterday, "Dipped In Gold" featuring T.I. and Young Thug. Those aren't the only big names who will make an appearance on the Reps Up rapper's tape. PARTYNEXTDOOR appears on a track called "Stuck on Stacks" and Travi$ Scott is a guest on "Palm Trees."
Slime Season 2
Thug promised two projects tonight: Migos Thuggin and Slime Season 2, the follow-up to his eclectic 18-track effort from September that featured several collaborations with his go-to producer London on da Track -- as well as beats from Metro Boomin, Southside, Wheezy, Goose, and more of Atlanta's leading youngsters. No sign of Migos Thuggin just yet, but SS2 is here, and it's about all we can handle.
Mind Of A Maniac
You may have heard Yak Gotti on Barter 6 or seen him in some of Young Thug's videos, but the well connected Atlanta rapper is quickly building the foundation for a successful career in the game. He's just come through with his new mixtape, Mind of Maniac, which includes features from Lil Duke, Jose Guapo, and Hoodrich Pablo Juan. That Barter 6 joint, "Dream," is also on here, and it's good enough that you might as well keep two copies on deck.
Zuse has been on the grind ever since he left his home in Jamaica to move to ATL and launch his rap career. This week he took the next step, releasing a new mixtape called TrapZuse. 13 tracks in length, TrapZuse features a smorgasbord of production talent, with beats from Metro Boomin, Sonny Digital, The Drumaticz, Dun Deal, and more. On the features side, Zuse recruits Young Thug, Post Malone, and his Defiant Ent. teammate London Jae to lay down some bars.