After much controversy following the recently posted snippet previewing an unreleased song, Lil Pump is heard using the ad lib “Ching Chong” which turned social media into a frenzy. Notable names from the Asian Hip Hop community such as Ben Baller; the famed jeweler to the stars as well as Brooklyn Hip Hop artist China Mac took to social media to express their displeasure towards the situation, expressing how it was disrespectful of Pump to use such words in his lyrics.
As days past and a couple conversations were had, it looks as though Lil Pump recognized his mistake and respectfully edited the song so that it does not includes the ad lib anymore. With all that being said the young MC releases his new track
“Butterfly Doors” available now. Be sure to check it out below and let us know what you think.
Lil Lean makes his Everything’s Fly debut with the first single off his upcoming project “NOT SORRY” titled “Put Me Down”. Lean puts his heart on the beat adding a bouncy flow that’ll have you singing along instantly.
During the transition of trying to find his sound and becoming the artist he is today, Lean had to deal with many doubters but as of lately shows have been getting booked & he’s making bigger moves on the scene. Its pretty clear that Lean is here to stay so check out the track below and let us know what you think.
Rapper and future entrepreneur CoopDaTrille hails from St. Louis, USA and is determined to leave his mark on the music industry. CoopDaTrille states that being raised by a gang affiliated father and a mother who is a masters graduate helped him fuse the two worlds together molding his character and music. Blending street smarts & scholar like intellect within his sound is what he calls “Aggresive intelligence”
Smart Shirts. Simply by scanning their phones against the sleeve of his shirt , his music is instantly streamed to the device.
In addition to his music, he’s also innovating new ways to distribute content to consumers via his
His Debut EP “Aggressive Intelligence” drops on March 23rd and hopes that people not only listen to it but also LEARN from it. His motto is to “Add value to a persons mind, and instill Supreme Confidence to their soul!”
Be sure to check out Coop and stay up to date.
Houston’s own young rising star Trill Sammy is back on the come up. Releasing the lastest video for his new single “Do Not Disturb” which is also one of the tracks off of his upcoming project rumored to release very soon. Basically Sammy don’t got time for hoes to be blowing his phone up cause he’s too busy getting to that bag. Be sure to check it out below and let us know what you think.
Anwar is back with pure heat this week. Dropping a new single “Rarri” the unique St. Louis rapper completely lives up to his rep and slides on the beat with his one of a kind voice. With his consistency and rareness, continue to look out for Anwar and his music. Safe to say he’s an artist we can be thankful for. Listen to his new drop below.
Young Thug dropped his new “singing album” with features from Future, Snoop Dogg, Jacquees and a few more. With a hint of country and R&B Young Thug is surely expressing his creativity in a new way. Be sure to check out the album.
Every year XXL releases a list announcing the next wave of rappers that are next up. Along with the list announcement XXL also drops freestyles and interviews from each artist and provides them with a great amount of exposure. XXL has predicted the success of many rap stars like Wiz Khalifa, Big Sean, and Travis Scott by adding them to prior freshman lists. This year XXL freshman class includes; Kamaiyah, A Boogie, PNB Rock, XXXtentacion, Madeintyo, Playboicarti, Amine, Uglygod, Kap G, and Kyle. I think XXL did a good job with this list, although I believe NBA Youngboy, Montana of 300, Rich the Kid, Famous Dex, YFN Lucci, and Blac Youngsta could’ve easily been on the list as well. Every year a new list is dropped there is always controversy on who should have and who shouldn’t have made the freshman class. There are a lot of good artists right now especially in the music streaming era, and it’s hard to include them all on the list. Whether you agree with the choices of this year’s list or not you should check out each artist, and wait to see if any blow up in 2017.