Brick talk. Westside Gunn and Fabolous push rhymes like weight on the latest drop off the Godfather Of Harlem playlist. Packaged by Avenue Beatz and Swizz Beatz’ production, the FLYGOD and Loso trade coke raps brick by brick. Boom boom boom.
X’s up! BET showed out and celebrated an epic year in music with their 21st annual BET Awards on Sunday night (Jun. 27). Hosted by Taraji P. Henson, the event was held in-person following last year’s virtual ceremony. Packed with an all-star cast of performances, tributes, and awards, Lil Baby and Kirk Franklin took the … Read more2021 BET Awards Performances & Winners
Grrr…boom boom boom. DMX and Griselda capitalize off their sorrows with “Hood Blues”, the first release of DMX posthumous album Exodus dropping Friday (May 28). Produced by Avenue Beatz and Swizz Beatz, Westside kicks off the cipher with a drippy verse and his signature adlibs. Benny tips his hat to success while Conway delivers a … Read moreDMX Ft. Westside Gunn, Benny The Butcher, Conway The Machine “Hood Blues”
Kushed God, bitch! Smoke DZA does it big on “Big Steppa”, his new collaboration with Westside Gunn and Curren$y. Over haunting guitar riffs, DZA drips all over his opening verse. FLYGOD follows with his gritty flow and his signature adlibs, while Spitta Andretti bosses up for the encore.
Ayo. Westside Gunn leaves his mark on the latest drop off Peter Rosenberg’s upcoming album, Real Late. Backed by his signature adlibs and sound effects, the FLYGOD empties his clip for a quick shootout produced by Bvlvm and JR Swift.
Happy EasterGunn Day. Westside Gunn carries on tradition for the holiday with his new drop “EasterGunn Day 4” featuring Mach-Hommy. Opened up with a sermon, the FLYGOD and MACH trade pure gritty raps for 9 minutes over the Wu-Tang “Hollow Bones” instrumental. The track follows Westside Gunn’s double-single release, “TV Boy” and “Julia Lang“.
After dropping “TV Boy“, Westside Gunn connects with “Julia Lang” on the second offering off his upcoming, Hitler Wears Hermes 8: Sincerely, Adolf. On the short ditty inspired by the entrepreneur and creative extraordinaire, Gunn certifies his swag over a grimy production.
Ayo. Westside Gunn checks in with “TV Boy”, the first drop off his forthcoming Hitler Wears Hermes 8: Sincerely, Adolf. Produced by Daringer and Beat Butcher, the FLYGOD certifies his swag and proves his legendary status in the streets.
Westside Boogie’s not letting up with the freebies, and is back with another one. Utilizing Tupac Shakur’s 1998 song “Do For Love”, the Compton rapper stomps through a marijuana plant and flows effortlessly under a minute and a half. The clip follows Westside Boogie’s previous release “Said Sum“.
Somebody gon’ die. Westside Gunn brings the drama and suspense to his new feature presentation. The track features Stove God Cooks, Estee Nack, Elcamino, Flee Lord, and Smoke DZA and is off last year’s standout LP, Who Made The Sunshine. Directed by Rodney Passé, the dark and hazy clip stars Shoota93 and El Bee who … Read moreNew Video: Westside Gunn Ft. Stove God Cooks, Estee Nack, Elcamino, Flee Lord, Smoke DZA “Frank Murphy”