From his upcoming Still Striving, A$AP Ferg drops visuals for “East Coast” featuring Remy Ma. With cameos by A$AP Rocky, French Montana, Rick Ross, Flatbush Zombies, view the video below shot in an unknown location in Brooklyn:
Song Producer: DJ Khalil
Video Director: Shomi Patwary, A$AP Ferg
Rick Ross returns with his ninth studio album, Rather You Than Me, as offers up his first visual from the project with “Trap Trap Trap” featuring Young Thug and Wale. Produced by Beat Billionaire, the track delivers a a great impression of what’s in store for the rest of the album which includes a crazy Birdman and Nicki Minaj diss track. See the video below, directed by Ryan Snyder.
Rick Rock hits us with the stream of his recently announced 8th studio album, Black Dollar. This 17-track project has production courtesy of D. Rich, Jake One and J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League as well as features from fellow MMG members, Future, The-Dream, Anthony Hamilton and more. Stream the album in its entirety below and let us know what you think of the Boss’ latest work.
During the Essence Music Festival in New Orleans, Wale announced during a press conference that he is working on a new Go-Go album. Paying homage to his hometown, fans will be happy to know he’s doing this and using Go-Go musicians to help him out as well as other artists including: Chris Brown and Tinashe. Check out the video of his press conference as he also touches on new MMG material and Rick Ross‘ progress from jail.
Wale is finally giving fans what they have been waiting for by revealing the release date of his fourth album, The Album About Nothing, for March 31st. After gifting fans with a little treat by dropping his mixtape with A-Trak, Festivus: The Album About Nothing back in late December, this is exciting news for fans of the DC rapper. Rick Ross also confirmed the date in a red carpet interview before the 57th Grammys Awards. While we have less than two months before the album drops, listen and download Festivus here.
Produced by Beat Billionaire, Fat Trel releases a new track called “Burn”. The DC rapper adds on the head of MMG, Rick Ross, for a featured verse on the song. Listen below:
In honor of the Mike Brown case and the protests in Ferguson, a lot of hip-hop artists have gone to support the cause. J. Cole did a song after visiting Ferguson and The Game decided to do the same alongside a list of more rappers. “Don’t Shoot” features Rick Ross, Diddy, 2 Chainz, Wale, TGT, Yo Gotti, Curren$y, Problem, Fabolous, DJ Khaled, Swizz Beats and King Pharaoh.