Sosa and Zaytoven will see many victories if they keep doing demented shit like this. The combo of restringing an already twisted nursery rhyme to Zay‘s signature brood is what drug-induced nightmares are comprised of, ideally. Almighty Sosa coming soon.
Chief Keef “Round Da Rosey” (Prod. Zaytoven)
Bonus: More proof as to why this combo will work wonders.
DJ Kenn, of early Chief Keef/GBE fame, releases his long-awaited project featuring some of the most gutterest of Chi-Raq rap talent. It’s great to see him reuniting in the studio with Keef and the gang (“Loud” actually sounds like it’s from the “Bang” era), plus Lil Herb, Sasha Go Hard, and plenty more. Most of the production handled by Kenn, himself, with additional help from Young Chop, Ice Berg, and Deemoney.
“Trap God Week” continues as Gucci drops even more new music with no remorse. The first offering, with co-d Flocka and YG Sosa, sounds like it would’ve fit in perfectly on either the ever-raucous DuFlocka Rant 2 or Trap God 2…partial thanks to the “serial killer stalk” of Young Chop‘s 2-note melody. Trap Back 2 has been announced.
Gucci Mane “Backseat” (Feat. Waka Flocka Flame & Chief Keef, Prod. Young Chop)
Gucci Mane “Bring Them Things” (Feat. Chief Keef & Yung Fresh, Prod. Zaytoven)
Bonus: 2/3′s of the LV Mob call up GuWop for that quality kitchen seasoning.
Master P “Trending Boy” (Feat. Alley Boy & Gucci Mane)
Fredo Santana has a mixtape… yup. Another collection of extreme ignance from those crazy GBE kids in Chi-Town. This came out last week, and I initially slept…but then I was tipsy one night and said, “hey why not!” The TM88 cameo on the boards + multiple instances of King L are reason enough to check (at least for those joints).
Fat Trel has established quite an impressive track record working alongside Lex Luger, as well as quite the catalog of pro-North Face/anti-True Religion, lyrically-inclined trap rap built on saying a lot of things considered “gutter” in a far less conventional fashion. The following two tracks see, arguably, the most undeniable collaborations between the respective Slutty Boyz and 808 Mafia presidents, to date: one being with a uncharacteristically animated Chief Keef and the other with Luger‘s own group of rap proteges.
Fat Trel “Fukk Da Feds” (Feat. Chief Keef, Produced by Lex Luger)
V.A.B.P. “Whip Da Snake” (Feat. Fat Trel, Produced by Lex Luger)
Bonus: Visuals to the D-Boy Keon/Trel joint we posted a while back.