After surviving a murder attempt, Young Dolph releases a new project, while Future and Young Thug team up for a joint tape of their own. Elsewhere, Snoop Dogg slams Trump to "Make America Crip Again," and Dreezy links with 6LACK and Kodak Black for a new politically-fueled track.
Future and Young Thug release their joint project 'Super Slimey' laced with 13 tracks to follow each rapper's solo albums 'Young Martha' and 'Hendrxx.'
With production credits from London On Da Track, Southside, Zaytoven, Mike WiLL Made-It, and more, the project includes a single feature from Offset.
Similar to Future and Drake's 'What A Time To Be Alive,' both artists have solo tracks on the project.
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Fresh out of the hospital from a murder attempt, Young Dolph wasted no time to hit the studio, as he debuts his latest album, 'Thinking Out Loud.'
The project includes 10 tracks that follow his earlier released tape 'Bulletproof,' that followed a murder attempt during February's CIAA weekend.
Features include Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, D.R.A.M., Ty Dolla $ign, and more; with production credits by Zaytoven, Mike WiLL Made-It, C.N.O.T.E., and more.
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Snoop Dogg pushes his music into a more socially conscious direction as he drops the first-look and title track to his upcoming EP, 'Make America Crip Again.'
Opening the single, he states: "The president says he wants to make America great again. Fuck that shit! We gon' make America crip again, cuz!"
The socially-aware track highlights the emergence of black millionaires, their powerful roles in shaping American culture, and exemplifies Colin Kaepernick and the Negro League, among others.
Additionally, the forthcoming project due Oct. 27 will include features from Chris Brown, OT Genesis, Hahadavis, October London, and more.
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In addition to a politically charged message from Snoop, Chicago femcee Dreezy drops her own politically-fueled track, "Spar," featuring 6LACK and Kodak Black, without coming off too preachy.
On the low-key and synth driven track, each rapper reflect on the current state of Trump's America with 6LACK initiating, Dreezy following and Kodak closing.
Additionally, Dreezy spits: "Cops wanna blast fore' they see ID, might do the race for a n***a catch me. Can't say we representin' when half the office white supremacists, this can't be land of the free if Neil and Mike cost your positions."
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