YG‘s new mixtape ‘Red Friday’ dropped today and to celebrate, he has released a new music video for “I’m A Thug Pt. 2.” Roll to the block with YG and the crew around Compton mobbin from start to finish. Make sure you get that project after you watch the video above!
Bompton’s own has released his ‘Red Friday’ mixtape! Today, YG is doing a meet and greet and Oakland for limited edition hard copies for $100, but if you aren’t anywhere near the Bay you can get it now. The project features RJ, 21 Savage and Mitch. Hit the jump to listen to the entire thing and let us know what track your feeling. Enjoy! Read more…
On Black Friday, YG will be releasing his new mixtape ‘RED Friday’ and we have the official artwork and track-listing for it! In all there are 8 new tracks with features 21 Savage, RJ and Mitch. On top of that you will be able to get signed copies with YG for $100 a mixtape on Friday as he is linking up with Nipsey for the next Proud 3 Pay series. Check that out after the jump. Read more…
Check out the newest visual from Slim 400 as he links up with YG & Sad Boy for the “Bruisin” video. From start to finish they roll around the town mobbin’. Make sure you Peep it above and enjoy!
The track just dropped yesterday and YG returns today with the official visual for “One Time Comin.” Peep it above and enjoy! 400!
After tweeting his 1.11 million fans that he’d be releasing new music, YG kept true to his word and dropped a dedication track early Tues. morning (Oct. 25) titled “One Time Comin'” dedicated to individuals who’ve been subject to police brutality. The Compton rapper is known to keep his music brutally honest, from his anti-Trump song “F–k Donald Trump” to “Police Get Away With Murder” from his newest album Still Brazy — which peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard 200. -BLBRD
DJ Mustard’s ‘Cold Summer’ is already in rotation everywhere so today he returns with a visual for one of the bangers titield “Want Her” featuring YG & Quavo. The trio head to strip club to bring the visual into play with everything that would come along with it. Press play up top and enjoy!
She doesn’t need an introduction — Kamaiyah is the driven and lovable ’90s baby who wrote “Why You Always Hatin?” and released a damn-near perfect debut mixtape back in the spring. Today, she shares a new video for “Fuck It Up,” produced by The FADER and directed by Chris Simmons. Made while cruising around High Street in Oakland, its convocation is recited by Shay Diddy of local institution KMEL, and its conclusion finds everyone invited to mob in the parking lot — her childhood Big Money Gang Crew, and hella babies too.