This week A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie links with PnB Rock and YoungBoy Never Broke Again, DJ Carnage and Young Thug link with Meek Mill, who separately plans to get the whole "Team Rich," while Lil Durk's recent move to Atlanta pays off.
While helping round out the soundtrack for the upcoming film True To The Game, MMG rapper Meek Mill adds some grit with his latest single "Team Rich."
Remaining true to himself, Meek aggressively bodies the street anthem, rapping about exactly as the title suggests -- "getting the whole team rich" mentally and financially.
Additionally, the Philly native released the video for "Save Me," announced the deluxe version of his recent album "Wins & Losses," and is set to debut a new track with Jay-Z.
Meanwhile, check out "Team Rich" below!
Another track slated to make the True To The Game soundtrack is DJ Carnage and Young Thug's "Homie," featuring Meek Mill.
The track is the first-look at Thugger and Carnage's December 2016 announced EP,Young Martha.
Furthermore, the track interestingly features Thugger on the hook with an extremely raspy and borderline angry voice, rapping about poppin' bottles, walking through clubs.
Meanwhile, on his verses his flexes his normal tone to touch on having a gangsta chick ready to ride or die.
Meek jumps in on the second verse with his signature grit-filled bars, reminding folks he's always got a couple shooters on deck.
Check out "Homie" below!
While we wait for the release of his upcoming debut album The Bigger Artist, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie teases us with a preview of what to expect with his latest single "Beast Mode," featuring YoungBoy Never Broke Again and PnB Rock.
Furthermore, the first-look track continues to show off A Boogie's versatility where we hear a more melodic style from himself and heavy auto-tuned bars from YoungBoy and PnB.
Additionally, on the certified hit, all three rappers speak on their lifestyles of foreign women, cars, expensive jewelry and clothes.
While we wait for his forthcoming album is set for release on September 29th, check out "Beast Mode" below!
On top of simultaneously releasing his Don Cannon and Kohi the Bandit produced single "No Fear," Lil Durk also dropped his Jeezy and Future assisted banger "Goofy."
Furthermore, the three get together on the new heater as Future offers a gritty hook, while Durk and Jeezy flex their cars, jewelry and more in their verses.
With Southside on the beat, Durk's flow remains breathless and braggadocious as he outs all the goofies with no cars, houses or real jewels.
Check out "Goofy" and "No Fear" below!
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