I would much rather have had the Low End Pros cast in some type of grand heist scenario than this uninspired exercise in “rap life consumption.” Tunechi is on the song, so how could expect anything less? Whatever though, the song is hard as fuck.
L.E.P. Bogus Boys “Commas” (Feat. Ma$e & Lil Wayne, Prod. Southside)
Gucci‘s new album is out, finally (after almost a day of delay). No need for a word about it other than maybe him getting hemmed up for a second was a blessing in disguise? I say this simply because after a break from the seemingly weekly deluge of material from Guwop, this now feels like a much-needed splash of hot crack pot water to the face, reminding us of dude’s vitally cemented role as a creative presence in modern rap music (breathe now).
Some new Atlanta stuff further proving that theory of “catchy hook and Zaytoven beat = winner.” Seriously though, Zay has been absolutely killing shit for the last year or so, especially lately. Plus the artwork is pretty great. For fans of the Migos.
Dirt Gang/BSM emotional loud speaker, D-Dash, is back with a new project divided between hunger music and female issue rap. Definitely some bangers on here though. Production by 808 Mafia‘s frontmen, DJ Spinz, Mike WiLL Made It, Young Chop, HonorableC-Note, LondonOnDaTrack, and more. Also, some very check-worthy guests.
FKi, Atlanta’s production unit most famous for their strip club destroying bedroom jams, have unleashed their second chapter in the Transformers series. This carries a good share of their sonic extremes, from the minimal-as-fuck, phasing slow grinders to the EDM-tinged stuff which lands them live spots alongside the guys who are on every music fest-lusting white kid’s iPOD. This definitely has some really good production on the side of the pre-EDM wave and a very skrong performance by RiFF RaFF.
Chi-raq Brick Squad Monopoly repper, Bo Deal, serves up his highly anticipated full-length street project. As the title suggests, be prepared for some trapped out, voices-in-my-head-whilst-weighing-up-many-a-brick rap. Guests include Fat Trel, Yo Gotti, Wooh Da Kid, Eldorado Red, Alley Boy, and then some!