A partnership between Gucci Mane and Chief Keef was the talk of the internet yesterday. Chief Keef, while still signed to Interscope, is now a member of Guwop’s Brick Squad. “Darker” is the lazy collaboration the two concocted and released. Before long, it’ll be forgotten among a flood of more material, unless you’re a super fan. Trap House 3 will be available on May 21 straight to iTunes. Previously: Gucci Mane Ft. Rome Fortune & Yung Fresh – Stripes (Prod. By C4) Follow @SermonsDomain
Let the discussions begin. XXL has released the cover for their annual Freshmen class. This year is bound to spark up just as much debating as every other issue. So, here’s my thoughts: The wildcard choice is obviously Logic, a Maryland born rapper who falls in the same category of Macklemore’s success at his time of being on the list (a big following, ignored by a lot of big media, selling out shows coast to coast). He has a lot of potential, though. Two choices that seem a little premature are Angel Haze and Travi$ Scott. Both have really only… continue reading
Yes, not even a couple days removed from Trap God 2, we get two more records from Gucci Mane. It also comes with the announcement that Gooch’s new mixtape will be the appropriate follow-up to Trap Back. DJ Holiday will be hosting it, so look forward, or avoid it altogether, in the near future. These two joints are just as ignorant as his music, plus we got Waka and Chief Keef to add up to near maximum level. Shouts to Xclusive’s Zone & D. Dot. Gucci Mane Ft. Waka Flocka & Chief Keef – Backseat (Prod. By Young Chop) Gucci Mane Ft…. continue reading
Red Cafe remains to be one of hip-hop’s most underrated artists. In most cases, videos like this come with in-studio quality, but Red went the next step in presenting each artist in their own little segments. Repetitive hook or not, “Gucci Everything” is now a well put together video in addition to the song being hot. American Psycho is out below. Previously: Mixtape: Red Cafe – American Psycho Follow @SermonsDomain
Chief Keef’s studio debut, Finally Rich, has been hyped as the second coming of Waka Flocka’s now (in)famous debut, Flockaveli. The ignorance, the bangers, the not giving a fuck, the quotables… it’s what we want! However, Keef is no Flocka. The energy, the humor, the fun—none of it is there. The beats and hooks are catchy enough, and Keef even sneaks a few one-liners in there, but because he is Chief Keef, there is no self-awareness. Keef doesn’t know how to elevate his music because he doesn’t really know what he’s doing.
With his mixtape, Est. In 1989 2.5, closing in on it’s December 24th release date, Mike Will Made It sends us a pre-Christmas present. We travel from the Chi to the A, as this years top producer links up two of the game’s hottest and youngest artist, Chief Keef and Young Scooter. Previously: Trinidad James – That Turn Up (Prod. By Mike Will Made It) (CDQ) Follow @SermonsDomain