Circle ‘Em

Triple C‘s own Torch hosts a posse cut of sorts. EPMMG? Off of his UFO 2 mixtape.

“Slow Down” (Feat. Meek Mill, Gunplay, Wale, Young Breed, & Stalley)

Up Against No Odds

Gunplay unleashes a batch of freestyles for that block work. It’s new Don Logan, you know what to do.

Grab you some 601 & Snort

Bonus: As always, a visual from dude brings something uniquely off-kilter to the table. This one is on some presidential nominee status though.

“Take This”

That’s My Life

Gunplay Don Logan stomped through to our own Fresh Out The Box back in April. It took a minute to get it all together, but we now present the 2-part interview and freestyle(s) session we had the pleasure of hosting with MMG‘s own rifleman.

In Part 1, he sheds light on his not-so-well-known “other name,” the business model behind having multiple aliases, possibly working with Jay-Z and Pharrell, choosing his sound, his favorite movies, and political conspiracies.

DGB‘s own Farrington G was on-deck to join Note and I along in the festivities, as well as to bestow some of the finer goods in life. You probably won’t see that type shit happen ever again.

Part 1

In the second part, the “bonus reel,” the man with multiple names rhymes over two ODB classics (one time being completely spontaneous and “off the top”), talks about the concept behind his upcoming 106 N Snort, more ODB, having Jay‘s Reasonable Doubt as his “bible,” and how he stays healthy amongst all of the industry politics.

Part 2

Big up LZ, Orlando, Isabelle and the rest of BBOX, Fang, and of course Gunplay for coming through.

Fresh Out The Box is on every Thursday, 7:30pm-9:30pm (EST) via BBOX Radio.

For the full FOTB episode and Gunplay interview…click here.

Temper Is A Beast

Gunplay lets off some bars on MTV’s RapFix. This video just serves as evidence to the fact that dude’s energy cannot be contained, especially highlighted/contrasted by Eric B‘s (yeah THAT Eric B) ’88 dope stance/’12 security detail demeanor.

My Hood The Everglades

MMG‘s most-skilled assailant and boss (bawse) feed you their take on Future‘s trap-anthem. It’s just good to see Gun at a higher frequency these days.

“Same Damn Time MMG Remix” (Feat. Gunplay & Rick Ross)

Still Throw Copper

UPDATE: Video is out.

“Power Circle”

Old Post:

The MMG Self Made 2 intro/posse cut. Features (easily) one of the best verses on the whole release…not by Kendrick Lamar…but by Gunplay (second time this has happened on songs featuring both of those guys). ‘Nuff said. Pretty good song, overall.

That album cover gets no shine around these parts…how’s Gun been on the MMG imprint before any of these dudes, and on two joints, yet is nowhere to be seen while the kid from Immature makes front page?! Fuckery.

Gunplay, Stalley, Wale, Meek Mill & Rick Ross “Power Circle” (Feat. Kendrick Lamar)

Must Be The ‘luminati

Meek Mill returns with the sequel to his original Dream Chasers project. The Maybach Music Group frontline spitter gives the people a mixed bag of his signature sugar-high stunt rap, with a couple of less turnt up joints which take a more introspective direction than that of a typical rap/R&B crossover (read: “fo’ da ladiez”). Key cameos include Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross, French Montana, and 2 Chainz (who I wish was on a different song). Just skip the “Take You Home” shit, and play the original version of “House Party.”

Since Datpiff is all slowed-up from close to 2-million downloads in close to 24 hours…here’s our own (new!) link for download.

Download Dream Chasers 2

01. Dream Chasers 2 (Intro)
02. Ready Or Not
03. Amen ft. Drake & Jeremih
04. Burn ft. Big Sean
05. A1 Everything
06. Used To Be
07. Flexin On Em
08. I Get It ft. Travi$ Scott
09. Errday ft. Rick Ross
10. Racked Up Shawty ft. Fabolous & French Montana
11. Lean Wit It
12. Big Dreams
13. Take You Home ft. Wale & Big Sean
14. Faded Too Long
15. Face Down ft. Trey Songz, Wale & DJ Sam Sneak
16. St8 Like That ft. 2 Chainz & Louie V
17. House Party (Remix) ft. Fabolous, Wale & Mac Miller
18. Real
19. On My Way
20. Outro

Bonus: Video to the intro joint…which he pretty much spazzes on.

“Dream Chasers 2 Intro”

Some Days I Think I’m Looney

Stalley (not so) Savage Journey… visuals to one of the strangest songs on the release. It took me two go-arounds to really dig this joint; at first I was thinking that it was because of the evil cartoon steez Chad Hugo implanted (a huge step away from The Block Beattaz aesthetic, in every way)…then I thought it was because Stalley was trying to fit into a very formulaic structure (perhaps due to being on a Neptunes type beat)…but then I realized it was more the fact that the verses seemed incredibly short; they are at 8 bars a piece (it’s almost like the hook and verse lengths are the same). Might be the sore thumb of the album, but I applaud duke for doing something almost-really normal, while still keeping it “different.”

“Everything New” (Produced by Chad Hugo)

Go get Savage Journey To The American Dream.

That Life

Stalley‘s Savage Journey To The American Dream. Big ideas in rhyme-form channeled over face-breaking production handled by The Block Beattaz. Additional sonics by Chad Hugo, Chuck Inglish, and Soundtrakk.

Download SJTTAD now

Bonus: The video to the Chuck Inglish-produced, Rick Ross-featuring bonus track. Nightlife musical.

Since A Child

Stalley lightens up the atmosphere from his recent Songs By Me, Stalley leaks, but still keeps things heavy with a backdrop lacing by one of our favorite production teams out, the Block Beattaz. Savage Journey to the American Dream, coming soon.

Expect to hear the Block Beattaz plus G-Side as special guests on Fresh Out The Box this week.

Stalley “God’s Child” (Produced by Block Beattaz)

Big up CP, Codie G, and the rest of our SMS fams. Also, Vicarious Music.

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