Since Lil Wayne went public about his law suit and departure with Baby and Cash Money Records, he has been busy collaborating with new artist and moving forward with his music career. Recently Lil Wayne teamed up with hip hop mogul and No Limit Forever founder Master P on this hot new track called “Power”. This dope track also includes Money Mafia, Gangsta, and Ace B. Lil Wayne and Master P together on a track, this one is history in the making.
STRUC SUPREME is back with his first installment of “HUSTLA SPIRIT
Vol 1” 11 original tracks and 2 BONUS tracks and a HIDDEN track dedicated to the HUSTLER in you. Listen and Download this motivational mixtape of phenomenal hip hop. Hustler’s stay tuned you will see big things in the future from the hustla STRUC SUPREME.
I was at Patchwerk studios with my homie I-Kon (Kareem) around the time Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane beef started. Young Jeezy and 4-Tre were recording a remix of So Icy without Gucci Mane. At the time, I didn’t realize how big this beef would be in hip hop. It’s not my place to go into further details, my reason for being there was to connect with the late Shakir Stewart, who was also in the building that night.
Today, over 10 years later, Noisey Atlanta released “Gucci Mane & Jeezy: Trap Lords – Episode 3” and to me, what stands out most of all is the old footage of Gucci saying
“I don’t fuck wit that nigga he a pussy”
referring to Young Jeezy. I am sure both Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane have moved on and left their diferences in the pass, but stuff like this simply opens up old wounds. Shout out to Young Jeezy, free Gucci Mane!! What do you think about this topic? Comment below!
Jonea talks about her new album “Open Diary” and her inspiration to do music
Hard ,cold, and relentless are all terms that can be used to describe the streets and also the musical soundscapes for new comer Jonea. The hardcore music is the perfect backdrop for a voice tinged with pain yet resonating with vibrant hope. The Floridian who now calls Atlanta home seems quite comfortable lacing rap beats with her smooth as velvet vocals. Each song on Jonea‘s debut Open Diary intends to give you a glimpse into the depths of her being and succeeds in doing so. Citing Aaliyah and Beyonce as inspirations, Jonea‘s sound captures a bygone era, while pushing the boundries of R&B. If the videos for her lead off single Moments Of Peace and follow up Im dat Woman are any indication of the energy she possess, Jonea‘s stage show must be a sight to see. Hopefully in the future this writer will have an opportunity to find out for himself. Until then having Open Diary on repeat will have to suffice.