Waka gets Future, DJ Whoo Kid and Steve Aoki to join him on this new single “Get High With Me” that is expect to land on his upcoming tape, Turn Up Godz 2.
You may remember hearing this track almost two weeks ago as “All These Bitches”, one of the cuts found on DJ Whoo Kid and Waka Flocka‘s recent The Turn Up Godz Tour mixtape. Now today Waka decides to release the song as its own single under the new name “Rotation.” The two ATL artists working together decided to go by Future Flocka and we are hoping that means there is a collaborative project coming out between them under that moniker. Stay tuned with your fingers crossed, for now enjoy the Southside produced “Rotation” below.
Waka Flocka teams up with Future for this new joint called “All These Bitches” that is laced with a DJ Whoo Kid and Howard Stern interview snippet. The track will appear on Waka and DJ Whoo Kid’s joint mixtape The Turn Up Godz Tour that is expected to release at some point tonight.
Last week we got to premiere a leak from the upcoming Strictly 4 The Traps N Trunks 93 mixtape and now today we get to hear another new one from the forthcoming project. This time it is a Waka Flocka track entitled “No Losses” that includes Young Scooter and NephewTexasBoy.
Stream after the jump.
Waka Flocka returns with an official single today and it features his former enemy Gucci Mane and Bobby Valentino. Take a listen to “Against All Odds” after the jump.
Waka has been on a terror the past couple months and continuing the hot streak he drops off “OVA” featuring Offset of the Migos and Ca$h Out over a Young Chop beat. Listen to the new single below and start anticipating the I Can’t Rap Vol. 2 project because the first edition was too dope for this second one not to follow suit.
YG Hootie returns with a new video today for his Southside-produced “Can’t Check Me” song that features his BSM partner Waka Flocka. The track is featured on Hootie’s Destroy & Rebuild mixtape that is available now.
Waka takes the standout track “Love Me No More” off his I Can’t Rap mixtape and gives it a matching video. Watch it below.
After destroying J. Cole’s “Fire Squad” instrumental with a freestyle, Waka is back with another one. This time he goes in over a string of classic beats and continues his hot streak of 2014.
Hear it below.