New music has been released from New Orleans veteran OG Boobie Black. This become his first project titled “Boobie Boyz”. If you have listened to his series of “The Boobie Trapp” then prepare for more heat from the artist. The mixtape is hosted by BWA Ron which brings a different vibe the fans look forward to. The intro “Ox On The Line” shares a phone conversation prior to BWA Ox’s release from prison. The flow of the mixtape continues with street lyrics and hard production.
“Boobie Boyz” consist of 20 tracks with several appearances from dope artists. The album has a host of various artists such as Blac Youngsta, Almighty Dollar, Pitt X, Yung LB, Woop, RG Shyne, Bezz Believe, Yung Mazi, Tokey Heffner, and more. What is so unique is that each appearance grace the project with different styles and flows that relates to the streets. We look forward to hearing more from the OG.
You can view the tracklist and listen to the mixtape below.
The new Gucci Mane interview has surfaced the internet. With his new album dropping “Wopster2” and latest collaboration with Gucci, this interview allows fans to indulge into his life. On October 17th, Gucci Mane sit down with Charlamagne Tha God. This also becomes Gucci’s 101 project out today. What a true blessing and hard work!
Gucci speaks with Charlamagne about his marriage with Keyshia Ka’Oir. His marriage became the pivotal change of his life after prison. His wife played a key factor in his turnaround. Gucci Mane lost trust with many close to him. He trusted his wife and states how he needed her. Their marriage helped Gucci mature as a men and a husband.
Charlamagne asks him about a few artists that were signed to him. He explains how he released Young Thug and Ralo because he could not do anything more for them. He states how he introduced The Migos to Coach K and QC. He explains how everything was fair and he look at his artists as his friends. He also talks about his relationship with Kodak Black. Kodak payed homage to Gucci by getting a feature from him when he first came home. He expressed how their friendship grows and their talks about growth.
Gucci has always had an eye for artists. As long as we have known him, anyone he co-signed became a star. From Young Thug, Peewee Longway, Future, Migos, and Young Dolph, we know them from Gucci Mane. His list of producers are also platinum from Zaytoven, Honorable C Note, 808 Mafia, Dun Deal, and more.
Overall the interview was enlightening and refreshing. The fact to hear Gucci explanation his faults and understand his influence to the world was meaningful. He shares how he had to apologize several times to his friends. He has matured into a better man. Charlamagne also shows his maturity in the interview. Meaning he did a great job with Gucci, alone. It may spark some rings that Charlamagne did this interview without the rest of the Breakfast Club. Gucci has a little beef with Angela Yee. Of course he addressed their beef but we advise you to watch the interview for yourself!
Early this month we went full throttle on the road with some dope upcoming artists from the South. Linking with Big Who from Houston connected us with far more than we imagined!
We had a super dope weekend as we connected with many arising artists.
We linked up with Crowd Control Music Entertainment with Christy Duffy and Joanna Applegate. They welcomed us with great hospitality in Tallahassee. We got to check out Kodak Black and Q Money as well. We then traveled to ATL and linked up with OMB Bloodbath and her camp. 4PF Lil Nate, Tray K with Taliban Gang/Lil Mexico, Mykko Montana, FNM $hoota, International T, and many more.
First stop was Dallas : BG Kenny Lou Appears as Special guests for Arlington’s Lil Splurge
Tallahassee Fl. Scoot Bankz opens up for Kodak Black during FAMU Homecoming show at Potbelly’s
Atlanta, GA “AC3” We visit OMB Bloodbath and a Host of others
Florida female and Hustle Gang Artist Tokyo Jetz Coming for your head in her latest “The One”. This song has an addicting persona that you can’t resist to say “I’m The One”. Her lyrics are mean and her Demeanor is laid back. You can tell she vibes in her own world. The talented Tokyo Jetz is keeping up the momentum with staying true to self as a female artist. Make sure to visit her below.
Nyte Lyfe Lexx chops it up with Alabama Artist Black Montana during his guest appearance for The Hip Hop Live Review Show. Black Montana has some dope music that becomes relatable to the streets. His energy and presence is something unique. We enjoyed kicking it with his team Hustle Life, Putting in some Work in the streets. He discuss his latest project and descibes himself as an artist.
You can find him on all social media outlets @blackmontana205.
Make sure you check out his tape “Drankin Out Da Pyrex” hosted by Bigga Rankin.
We had Westbank’s Artist FNM $hoota as our featured guest on the Hip-Hop Live Review Show in Houston and enjoyed his company. Check out The footage with Nyte Lyfe Lexx as they chop it up about his latest projects, point of views on music today, the culture of hip-hop, and more.
With the peculiar act of incarceration of Florida boy Kodak Black early this year, he still give fans new music behind bars. His new project “Heart Break Kodak” drops today Valentine’s Day. Despite Kodak is currently in jail, he manages to drop an entire project. His home was invaded and was taken for charges such as possession of marijuana and grand theft of firearms. We pray for his release very soon.
“Heart Break Kid” gives the impression of the rapper giving us his love experience good and bad. Seventeen tracks full of love and hate which explains the title of tape. He has Appearance by Tory Lanez and Lil Wayne who is on single “Kodeine Dreaming”.
You can hear in his message and voice that he had of relationship problems. He spits about his reality with love. As a young successful rap artist dealing with beautiful ladies, he for sure loved and broke hearts. As well as having his heart broken. He explains his loneliness, happiness, love, and hate. Kodak has issues with privacy and finding ladies who are there for him as a person, not the celebrity.
“Heart Break Kodak” revolves around Valentines. This was a perfect fit for this holiday couples and friends celebrate. Kodak keeps it real and expresses himself about his feelings more than a facade most rappers spits about.
In conclusion, Kodak his a story to tell. For him to drop an entire tape for Valentines, it was premeditated prior to his incarceration. We anticipate his release, especially after hearing his tracks such as “Tunnel Vision” and “Roll In Piece”. You can hear his cry throughout the tape. He seems to have a huge heart and becomes sincere to his loved ones. Listen to Kodak today on Nyte Lyfe Music.
YBC Lil Homie has aspirations in taking his music to another level. Coming from a small town in Texas, he has what it takes to allow the world to hear his story. With growing up into sports to being exposed to the streets, Lil Homie’s words depicts his life.
“I always had a feel for music, it always in my heart.”
His first and latest project is a collaboration with King Fela, “Street Season”. His track “Lil Bro” has a gutta feel as well as a vision of his bond with his brother he grew up with. He also has the dope track “Forecast” with King Fela. As he becomes in tune with his artistry, he is creating his own lane with his music.
Lil Homie anticipates coming for Houston’s market, as it becomes open for authentic hip-hop music and artists. With the way he maneauver, Lil Homie has came up with a power play to become heard. With his trap music influence, he listens to Yo Gotti, Jeezy, ZRo, MoneyBagg Yo, and more. You can check out the artist on IG: @ybclilhomie, Twitter: @ybclil, and Youtube: YBClilhomie.
Hip-Hop Artist King Fela comes with a heavy demeanour in his music. Originally from a small town called Pledger,TX King Fela has a unique sound that speaks volumes including authentic flows. As you hear his music, he separates himself from the norm. Giving you good vibes and creative flows.
With his track “Going Strong” he spits bars including a clean swag. With production by Super Producer DJ Chose, the track goes hard and provides a melody his fans can relate to. The video also has a cameo by DJ Chose. They both create dope music as we anticipate more. You can check out his mixtape called “Method 2 Madness” which is on Spotify below.
King Fela has a dope visual with his partner in crime YBC Lil Homie called “Forecast”. The track has a smooth beat yet grimey lyrics. The video shows both artists going in as they drip swag with their demeanor. You can check out the video below via YouTube.
Follow his Instagram @gfmkingfella, Twitter @gfmkingfella, and Snapchat @ybckingfella.
Look out for the artist as he takes the world by storm with his music and creative sound.
As natives of Louisiana, we have to celebrate Juvenile’s “400 Degreez” which dropped today 19 years ago. His third album sold about 80,000 the first week. In 1998, the album was released with Cash Money Records/ Universal Records. With the album selling over 5 millions copies, it is remained one of the top selling projects on Cash Money.