B.o.B drops off a new video for a track titled “Not For Long” and featuring Trey Songz from his upcoming and still untitled next album. Watch the brand new visual after the jump.
Bobby Ray teams up with ATL native Bankroll Fresh for this new leak titled “Candler Road Shit.” Take a listen to the two put on for their city after the jump.
With his recently released F*kk Fame mixtape still fresh in everyone’s mind, Frenchie drops off a new single titled “Ain’t Goin Nowhere” that features B.o.B and Chanel West Coast.
Stream the track down below.
While on his No Genre Tour, B.o.B decides to release the first single from his upcoming album in the form of a lyric video. See the clip for the Trey Songz assisted single “Not For Long” after the jump.
E40 drops off an appropriately matching visual for his latest single “Red Cup” that features T-Pain, Kid Ink and B.o.B. The single will appear on 40 Water’s upcoming Sharp On All 4 Corners.
See the video below.
Maino is preparing to release his next album, King Of Brooklyn 2, on November 25th and today drops off the first single. Take a listen to “Dreamer” featuring French Montana, Bobby Ray and Tweezie after the jump.
B.o.B drops off a new visual in support of his No Genre 2 project and it goes along with the Victoria Monet-assisted cut “Lean On Me.”
Watch the video after the jump.
Finally after patiently waiting for what seems forever, Scotty gives us the first official leak from his highly anticipated Spaghetti Junction album. Linking with B.o.B and Iamsu! on “Nun But A Party” with production handled by Childish Major.
Hear the track after the jump.
After giving us the audio for this single back in July, Joell Ortiz is back with a visual for the House Slippers track. Watch the B.o.B and Mally Stackz assisted video for “Music Saved My Life” after the jump and be sure to grab the album on September 16th when it releases.
B.o.B weighs in on the Mike Brown situation happening in Ferguson, MO by releasing a new track. Listen to the self produced “New Black” after the jump and don’t forget to try and catch Bobby Ray and Kevin Gates in a city near you on the upcoming “No Genre Tour.”