Listen to The Game’s Michael Brown Tribute ‘Don’t Shoot’ featuring Diddy, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Wale and More
Fabolous, DJ Khaled, Swizz Beats, Yo Gotti and Curren$y are among the other rappers who appear on the epic posse cut.
Dom Kennedy also assists on the track, which will supposedly appear as a remix on Ty Dolla $ign’s Sign Language mixtape when it drops Aug. 25.
“Killed your boy career / Still no arrest yet,” Ross boasts over the song’s acoustic guitar-driven beat.
T.I.’s upcoming album Paperwork: The Motion Picture is shaping up to be his most star-studded release yet.
When Chris Brown and Usher are involved, you know there’s going to be dancing.
Brooklyn will be alive with the sound of classic hip-hop when the legendary label celebrates the milestone birthday.
“Beautiful” is an ode to his “bad b***h from Vogue” with killer thighs.
Jeezy already let us hear Jay Z’s cameo on the title track (along with letting us know how choked up HOV got about it), but the record will also include T.I., YG, Rick Ross, the Game, Future and Lil’ Boosie.
Another new addition to the song is Katt Williams, who provides an introductory ode to the concept of mastery, as well as a new outro.
“I’m giving it to you a day early!!” he announced. “Get #10summers for FREE while it lasts on @GooglePlay NOW.”
Odd Future’s Camp Flog Gnaw was one of the undersung highlights of last year’s music festival season. Sure, it ran way longer than it was scheduled, but free carnival rides, a skatepark and a surprise appearance from Kanye West makes most people happy.
In between verses and sips of rosé on the beach, Ross takes us on a tour of sorts of his home base in a Lamborghini.
Rick Ross wants you to enjoy the wings at the Dallas-based chicken chain, Wingstop, which he bought back in April. But preferably without a gun by your side.
Meek Mill and Wale’s beef has subsided, and it’s all thanks to the Boss, who also happens to be their actual boss.
Meek Mill was sentenced to three to six months in jail over the weekend, stemming from a probation violation.
Now that Chris Brown’s a free man and gearing up for his next album, get ready — the new music is likely to start flowing freely, starting with “New Flame.”