Southern rapper/producer David Banner has social media buzzing after giving hip-hop trio Migos an unexpected co-sign this weekend.
Banner hopped onto his Twitter page Sunday (May 29) and said Migos do not get the respect they deserve as innovators.
Back in March, Migos' Quavo posted up a couple group pics alongside rap star Kanye West and hinted at a studio session going down.
Migos' Takeoff explained his crew's stance on creating the dab dance move and spoke on their rift with rapper Bow Wow over it a few months ago.
"He doesn't know what he's talking about. Dabbin' is a way of fashion. It ain't got nothing to do with no smoke. We don't smoke no type of dab. We don't know what he's talking about. It looks like crack. So I don't know. Dabbin' is about fashion and we just needed something to break the stage, all our brothers, we just needed something to do." (The Shade Room)
A screenshot of Bow Wow lashing back at Migos for dissing him over his opinion on where it originated surfaced online a few days prior.
Gucci Mane has barely been out a full 24 hours and is back with a new banger produced by Mike Will Made It entitled "First Day Out Tha Feds". Word is this is the first track off his new upcoming mixtape dropping real soon, so check it out below!
The rapper's lawyer, Drew Findling, tells TMZ Gucci was released Thursday morning from an Indiana prison. We're told he already has a home just outside the city. Findling says the rapper will be on house arrest for a few months and will then be on probation. Sources close to Gucci Mane - who's been behind bars since September 2013 on a probation violation - tell TMZ he's also ready to get back in the rap game. (TMZ)
Gucci Mane has been released from prison, a source confirms to The FADER. Speculation that the Atlanta rapper was out rose to a fever pitch when his girlfriend Keyshia Ka'oir posted the above Snapchats, which were captured and shared around Twitter. Gucci Mane plead guilty in May 2014 to firearms possession and was sentenced to 39 months in a Georgia prison. (The FADER)