As he gears up for Love Songs 4 The Streets 2, Lil Durk teams up with Meek Mill on his new single “Bougie.” The Dreamchasers MC kicks off the Beat Bully and Jahlil Beats-produced track with a heavy-hitting verse. Durk follows with his own braggadocious rhymes about his lifestyle, designer
Goo Gang member DooWop and Lil Uzi Vert have dropped “Cap Flow,” a new Chief Keef-produced track from DooWop’s upcoming record Cappin’ Ain’t Dead, as Pitchfork points out. A lot of Cappin’ Ain’t Dead was produced by Keef, which is out tomorrow on Cleopatra Records. Listen to “Cap Flow” below.
Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Atlanta’s smooth-talking, designer-draped statesman has put out “Drip Babies” with assistance from Lil Keed and Lil Gotit, two of Young Thug’s most promising sons. This new single from Pablo Juan was released on top of “Money“, just a day after “Myself“, and a few months removed from
A year-and-a-half after releasing Control the Streets Volume 1, Quality Control is set to debut the next chapter in the series with Quality Control: Control the Streets Volume 2. In advance of its Aug. 16 release, the label has dropped a pair of singles off the compilation including a collaboration
Atlanta rap label Quality Control has confirmed details of new compilation album Quality Control: Control The Streets Volume 2. The album is out on August 16 and two songs are streaming now: City Girls and Saweetie‘s “Come On” and a collaboration from Lil Baby and DaBaby titled, somewhat inevitably, “Baby.”
When making the street your runway, the goal is to look like a million bucks without breaking the bank—well, thanks to Lil Wayne’s new collaboration with American Eagle, looking like a “A Milli” may be more achievable than you think! Styled with Young Money graphics, the exclusive AE x Young Money collection