Young M.A. Don’t Love Thotties On Her “Thotiana” Remix
Young M.A. is back with some new heat.
Half savage, half primadonna
I don’t want the cheque if I don’t see a comma
When I see her pussy, I see the Bahamas
You wanna cry in the Bentley or cry in the Honda?
You want the steak and lobster or do you want McDonald’s?
Ace Hood Drops “Count On” Leading Up To “Body Bag 5” Album Release
“Count On” is the third single Ace Hood has released from his upcoming project.
I mix the ganja with the Hen, I’m tryin’ to find the zone
Get that hate up out your heart or you may die alone
You put some real ones in your circle that won’t tell you wrong
Big Sean Joins Icewear Vezzo On New Song “Balance”
Listen to new Big Sean & Icewear Vezzo called “Balance.”
Coming off the release of his Clarity 6 project back in December, rising Detroit rapper Icewear Vezzo decides to return to the scene today and share his first single of 2019 called “Balance” featuring fellow Motor City spitter Big Sean.
Over production from Kinggdd, Sean switches his flows & spits his usual witty metaphors and slick wordplay, rapping… “I can’t trust a f*cking thing you telling me/I done been through everything except a wedding ring/ Had to block my old bitch, yeah she dead to me/ Being on is my mother fuckin’ destiny.”
Available on iTunes, take a listen to the new Detroit collab and let us know what you think. Look for a music video to be on the way, as well as more new music from Big Sean. Stay tuned.
It feel good to be home, it feel good to be back on
All my business’ black owned, shout out Cardi Carleone
I’da been thru all the drama that you put inside your songs
Look I took the step back step back step back now we on woah
– Sean Don
Cuban Doll Gives Blueface’s “Thotiana” Her Own Little Spin
Cuban Doll brings her inner-savage to life on the “Thotiana” remix.
I fuck him every day like I need dick
Ass up-face down, turn around
Vibrate make you shake like an earthquake
Freak b*tch like a n***a on some street sh*t.
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib Deliver “Flat Tummy Tea” For The Weak At Heart
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib premiere their first music since “Piñata” in 2014.
Gibbs wastes little time letting off a webbed-flow over Madlib’s Vaudevillesque beat, giving the listener the impression that a gothic travesty is just awaiting us at the next turnstile. This is perhaps an element of Surrealism Madlib has brought to the table. But Freddie wasn’t completely taskless in the post and pre-production phases of creation – especially on the eve of the song’s release when he used a “bloat free, bitch” tagline to pitch the fictitious “Flat Tummy” product.
It stands to reason that neither Madlib or Freddie Gibbs would be content with stringing together a series of discombobulated songs. “Skinny Boy or Girl” products are reasonably offensive to those of us trying to put a modest face in the morning, but when Freddie Gibbs and Madlib plugging about, you know the product ruse is contrarian at heart.
Gold body my jeweler he Black Mummy-me
I be in these b*tches tummies like Flat Tummy Tea
Crackers came to Africa, ravaged ruffle they rummage me
America was the name of they fuckin’ company.
– Freddie Gibbs