Big 14 – [Trippie Redd] ft. [Offset] & [Moneybagg Yo]

There is no hiding the fact that literally thousands of new artists try and make a name for themselves in the rap world every single day, and while a minuscule fraction of these people will actually gain some traction, the rest of them will most likely give up after releasing a couple of songs and not putting in the time. While this might be tough to cope with for some, the fact of the matter is it’s the name of the game, and if you’re not willing to put in the hard work and effort that it takes to eventually find some success in your craft, then it’s probably better off that you leave things as they are and find out something that might better suit you in the long run. Regardless of if we’re talking about the current generation of musicians who have made an impact or the ones who cut their dreams short, I think one commonality amongst most of these people is the fact that they were more than likely influenced by Trippie Redd. Whether you like it or not, Trippie has been one of the most influential characters in music throughout the better part of the …

Since 91 – [Sonny Digital] ft. [$lugg]

I have always been a music fan who takes a producer-first approach. I just feel like there are so many hitmakers who barely get a fraction of the credit that they deserve because the artist that raps over their beat gets all the shine, but I try my best to make the producer known just as much as the emcees that I write about. What makes a producer even more appealing, in my eyes, is when they rap on their own production as well because they know just how to build a foundation from all angles, and Sonny Digital is the latest beat smith that I realized raps as well. I honestly have no clue how long he has been getting behind the microphone, but the handful of songs that I have heard really show me so much potential from the Atlanta native. I mean, when you have a resume filled with smash hits like “Same Damn Time”, “Birthday Song”, “Tuesday”, “after Party” and more with some of the largest names in the game, you’re already doing just fine, but the fact that Sonny wasn’t content with being considered a secondary contributor means that you know he’s going to go …

Listen To Lil Uzi’s Brand New Tracks On The ‘Luv Is Rage 2’ Deluxe Edition

Lil Uzi’s debut commercial-album Luv Is Rage 2 faced a barrage of feedback from critics, and, to no one’s surprise, charted at number one on the Billboard 200. But, Uzi wasn’t about to stop there, as he recently came through with the deluxe edition of the project with 4 new tracks titled Skir Skirr, Loaded, Diamonds On My Wrist & the new closer 20 Min that saw production from Da Honorable C.N.O.T.E. The Philly-natives project was loaded with various concepts and vibes to start with, and the new offerings certainly followed-suit as were given more uptempo hits including slower, more emotional feels as well. Regardless of that, people can say what they want about Uzi’s unique style, but he really is a musical genius in his own way. Be sure to let loose the Luv Is Rage 2 deluxe edition below and leave a comment letting us know what you thought about the new tracks.

Floor Seats – [Gucci Mane] ft. [Quavo]

Gucci Mane has let loose yet another track featuring Quavo titled “Floor Seats” which is expected to be on Gucci’s upcoming project “The Return of East Atlanta Santa” that is set for release in December. The new track was produced by Atlanta’s Da Honorable C.N.O.T.E. who delivered the devilish, hard-hitting joint for Gucci and Quavo who exchange bar’s about floor seat’s at the Barclays Center and even give comparison of the Gucci/ Quavo connection to that of the Curry/ Thompson Splash Brother’s in Golden State. After dropping yesterday’s track “I Told You” with Young Thug, we can only expect more peek’s into Gucci’s project leading up to the release next month. Peep the new song below and look out for Gucci to drop more heater’s in the coming weeks.