In a world where mixtapes and albums drop every minute on your favorite music website most artists do not take the time to put together a quality project. What made you take your time in the making of Coup D'ètat? I believe in quality music. The industry is cluttered with so much half-ass work, so why add to it? I believe people want to hear more of what's outside the norm. I'm adding some balance. What was your main inspiration behind this project? My message is that with unity, leadership, and movement as one, we can solve more of these problems going on in our country today. Haitians revolted against the French and succeeded. It's possible for us to do the same in our own way. And metaphorically, this project represents overthrowing the normalities and mundane nature of today's music industry. Your music could easily be labeled revolutionary and or conscience which isn't as common label in your generation. When you are in the creative process do you think about standing out? or fitting in? I think about what will inspire people. Will this make people think or research. Naturally, as an artist, I create from my soul and that is different from everyone else's. How did you link with Childish Major? Markus (Childish Major) is my nigga! I've been knowing him for about 4 years now and working with him is amazing. We're productive together. He's very talented at what he does, and when we link, the music we create is timeless. The 'Pledge [...]
(AllHipHop News) Back in the 1990’s, the only Spring Break worth going to for young people from HBCUs was the annual Freaknik event in Atlanta. What began as a picnic in the 1980’s for students at the Atlanta University Center grew into a weekend long event which featured travelers from around the country and concerts with big named stars.
(AllHipHop News) Back in the 1990's, the only Spring Break worth going to for young people from HBCUs was the annual Freaknik event in Atlanta. What began as a picnic in the 1980's for students at the Atlanta University Center grew into a weekend long event which featured travelers from around the country and concerts with big named stars.
Following the recent release of his project Martin Luther Key, Key! has released an official set of visuals for one of the first songs off the project, titled "Sundays." Just like the sound of the song itself, the video "Sundays" is very brief and smooth. Showing the Atlanta rapper chilling in the streets of Atlanta, Georgia.
It's a mystery how Gucci Mane still manages to drop mixtapes while he's still locked up. The favored Atlanta rapper is supposed to be out of jail soon, he even made a post on IG that he would be out a bit earlier. However, Guwop managed to announce his mixtape East Atlanta Santa 2 would drop around the Holidays. Now, even though it's later than originally announced, Gucci's mixtape is finally here. East Atlanta Santa 2 features appearances from Post Malone, Young Thug, OG Maco, Waka Flocka, and a plethora of other artists.
Yamin Semali & Illastrate a dope emcee and a dope producer and together they make up the group Monday/Friday. They have brought us another video from their current self titled album Monday/Friday. The track is "Right On" where Yamin delivers meaningful lyrics over Illastrate's quality production. Directed by Dazzell Matthews follow Yamin around WestView Atlanta draped in regal gear representing for East Point, GA. CLICK HERE to Download the Monday/Friday Album
This incarcerated rapper somehow manages to continue to drop new music. The latest mixtape is titled 'East Atlanta Santa 2: The Night Guwop Stole X-mas'
Zone 6 East Atlanta's Gucci Mane aka Guwop drops part 2 to the highly favored "East Atlanta Santa" mixtape series!
...or is this just an INNOCENT situation. TheShadeRoom just posted a video of Peter Thomas at the Charlotte, N.C. airport helping an extremely intoxicated woman. They seemed quite friendly with each other which raised some suspicion. Perhaps it's one of his staff members, business partners or another one of his alleged flings. An anonymous fan wrote to TSR about what they observed and provided receipts. A VIDEO! Sip some tea here: http://theshaderoom.com/2015/12/14509/
8TH ANNUAL CELEBRATION FOR A CAUSE FASHION SHOW SUPPORTING THE FIGHT AGAINST CANCER
Bankroll Fresh drops a new visual to "Fuck Is You Sayin". Directed by @HdotRoss of #TheStupidGeniuses Bank Roll Fresh's self titled mixtape out now!
Migos has made the Dab Dance one of the biggest dance crazes this year, and now they've finally released their set of visuals for their banger "Look At My Dab." The Atlanta Trio's video shows the three and a whole crew of people jamming out to their dance banger. Their Dab dance has been everywhere lately, from football fields (Cam Newton to be exact) to Christmas sweaters.
The Beat Break Morning Show Live from the 7th Annual 2015 ATL's Hottest Entertainment Awards.
Future drops a new music video for "Moments" an acoustic version of "No Basic" track from Beast Mode mixtape.