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White Tra$h – [Henry A-Z]

We have featured Henry A-Z on our platform once or twice in the past, and this afternoon the LA based creative is back with his brand new project titled “White Tra$h”. Henry is an artist who I have had an eye on for a minute now, he is signed to the hip-hop legend, Juicy J, and this new tape shows the talent that Juicy clearly saw when he inked him to a deal. Henry performed well on each of these tracks, but the production is what really blew me away, shout out to all of the producers involved for helping Henry create this masterpiece. Stream this brand new album below and be sure to let me know your thoughts.

Six Speed – [Pouya] & [Juicy J]

Some of my favorite collaborations in music aren’t he ones that we don’t see coming or expect, and that’s exactly how this new joint titled “Six Speed” by Pouya and Juicy J. Although I didn’t see this one coming that doesn’t mean I didn’t expect it to be fire, but this one was way better than I expected, these two artists showed that they can create a hit with ease and hopefully we see them get up again in the future. Do yourself a favor and stream this new song via Soundcloud below, and if you like what you hear then check out Pouya’s website to see his tour dates & catch him live in concert!

Sensational – [Yung Gravy]

Yung Gravy has to be one of the most entertaining characters we’ve seen in rap in quite a while. His silky smooth braggadocio and endlessly charismatic personality are just two pieces to one of the weirdest, wildest, and most fun puzzles that we’ve been blessed with in some time, and the best part of it all is that Gravy is seemingly one of rap’s most unlikely heroes. Nevertheless, the man himself has grown into an international star, and today, he’s here to bring this home with his long-awaited new album, Sensational. 13 tracks long, Sensational is just about as Gravy as it gets. The random soul samples and hilarious, vivid lyrics make for an endless supply of anthems, and just as we’ve seen in the past, Gravy’s lovable personality helps turn the new album into an oddly captivating release, all the way through. Sure, I love “serious” rap and I definitely appreciate the art of it, but that’s not to say that I don’t love sitting back, taking a break from everything, and listening to someone as fun as Yung Gravy think of 10 million ways to say he’s going to hit on your mom. It’s absolutely fantastic and honestly, more fun than a lot …

Our 50 Favorite Wiz Khalifa Songs

In the music world, influence manifests itself in many different ways. Whether it be sonically — changing the sounds that artists use and often creating some sort of new trend and/or subgenre in the process — or aesthetically — changing the “cool” styles in music and the lifestyles that artists speak about in their songs — influence can arrive packaged as a quick viral moment or a lasting flame, both of which hold value in their own rights.  Pittsburgh’s own, the Taylor Gang representative himself, Wiz Khalifa, is one of the rare talents who comes around and entirely shifts the culture in both of the aforementioned ways. Especially when he first came out, Wiz’s lanky, tattooed build and effortlessly cool stoner lifestyle made him a genuinely alluring artist, and while his personal style (snapbacks, the dyed patch of hair, etc.) was worthy of mention, the music was there to back it all up. Simply put, Wiz’s style, both on the mic and off, quickly set a standard for creatives and other artists to congregate toward, marking him as one of music’s most underrated culture-shifters of the last decade or so. Even further, beyond the influence that Wiz has had on a …

Watch Juicy J’s brand new interview with BigBoyTV

Juicy J is one of the most respected and accomplished artists still walking the earth, and he recently stopped by BigBoyTV to chop it up with Big and the crew. You will find them speaking about plenty of things such as traveling the world with his family, how many homes he has owned, his fashion sense, attending the Oscars, his forthcoming album, his goals, his new inspiration, his collab with Lil Skies and Kevin Gates, being in the game for over twenty years, people who have helped him get to this point, embracing younger artists and more. Check out this brand new interview below! In case you missed our featured post about interviewers such as BigBoy, check it out here!

Let Me See – [Juicy J] Ft. [Kevin Gates] x [Lil Skies]

Juicy J is one of the OG’s in the hip-hop community and he has a great ear for talent because his collaborations are always great, and this time around he released a new record called “Let Me See” featuring Lil Skies and Kevin Gates. We all know Juicy J to be something like an anthem making machine, so when I saw the Tay Keith production credit as well as the feature credit from both Lil Skies and Kevin Gates, I knew they had a hit on their hands. Juicy gave us a catchy hook and a great verse, before Kevin Gates did his thing on the beat and Lil Skies finished this song with his impressive effort. Stream this brand new record below via Soundcloud and if you like it be sure to drop a comment under the song.

Gunz N Butter – [A$AP Rocky] ft. [Juicy J]

A$AP Rocky doesn’t appear to be slowing down. The head of the New York-based A$AP collective has returned with a new visual for his song, “Gunz N Butter” featuring Juicy J from his recently released album, TESTING. This video comes off the heels of his newest video and song released last week titled, “Sundress.” His most recent visual offering for “Gunz N Butter” is an anxiety driven rollercoaster that follows Rocky first on top of a speeding Mercedes that is racing through the desert. The video takes a stark change when it runs through various scenes of unsettling images such as children holding firearms, a Ku Klux Klan meeting, the 3D printing of weapons, and preteens dressed as crash test dummies. Naturally, this video gives us a small look inside of Rocky’s mind in terms of his thoughts on the current climate of the country. Check out A$AP Rocky’s new video for “Gunz N Butter” below and tell us what you think of the new visual in the comment section below!

Watch Juicy J’s new interview on The Breakfast Club

Juicy J is one of the most accomplished emcees walking this earth but that’s goes without saying, and he recently stopped by The Breakfast Club to chop it up with Charlamagne andDJ Envy. You will find the guys speaking about a ton of topics such as being a father, his last memories with Mac Miller, samples, Crunk Music, being addicted to xans at one point in his life, his relationship with Three Six Mafia, still getting paid off of his hit records he made in high school, wanting to run for mayor in Memphis one day, Taylor Gang, having a home studio and more! Check out this great new conversation below.

Neighbor – [Juicy J] Ft. [Travis Scott]

After taking to Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio Show to speak on the new collaboration, Juicy J has kept to his promise and unveiled the latest with Travis Scott entitled, Neighbor. Set to appear on Juicy’s forthcoming project that he is yet to give out details, the Buddah Bless-produced heat shoots you straight to the moon as the likes of Juicy & LaFlame took turns attacking the production with their encapsulating bars that have coalesced perfectly in the past, and now just-as-well on this new one. Speaking of their past work, fans may remember the last big connection in No English all the way back in 2016 and after letting this one loose, it’s pretty clear that the chemistry hasn’t left the monstrous duo. Don’t believe me? Find out for yourself by checking out Neighbor at the link below and don’t miss Juicy’s latest interview with Billboard which he speaks on the making of this track!

88 Birdz – [Doe Boy] x [TM88]

FBG’s Doe Boy is shaping up to be a problem out of Cleveland following his Streetz Need Me & Codeine Confessions from 2017 and now, he has teamed up with none-other than TM88 for a whole collab project entitled, 88 Birdz. Flooded with production from 88, Jay Nasty & Zaytoven amongst others, the executive producer behind the madness was actually the Slime boss himself in Young Thug who appears on the intro in Slimey As It Get before Doe joined forces with his label boss Future, Moneybagg Yo and Juicy J on 10 Piece, Slide, Both Sides and Back in my Bag. Taking us through a lyrical journey of troubled childhood and prison-time, the 11 tracks are a vivid reflection of Doe Boy’s past that supports the grittiness and pure energy from this record that is evident right from the get-go. If for some reason that isn’t what you’re looking for then you’re missing out, but for the people that are here for the talent within the Freebandz collective, go ahead and stream Doe Boy & TM88’s collaborative project in 88 Birdz immediately! Cover Art by KD Designz (@kddesignz1)