From the Furious 7 soundtrack. Is that like The Magnificent Seven? Oh, no, not at all. Get More: Kid Ink, Ride Out feat. YG, Wale, Tyga, and Rich Homie Quan, Music, More Music Videos
We’re guessing Tyga’s verse was recorded before the Ca$h Money / Young Money / Rich Gang fallout. From the Furious 7 (there’s seven?!!) soundtrack.
Okay okay. The Best & Worst lists are coming, slowly but surely. We’ll try to deliver one of these per weekday over the next few weeks. In between juggling my duties for Medium.Com/Cuepoint, regular HipHopSite.Com updates, and DJing, it’s been hard to find the time to do these. So let’s begin with 2014′s best major [cont.]
From Blame It On The Streets available now.
YG’s Blame It On The Streets is in stores now. Listen below via Spotify.
Killer Mike and YG deliver their verses from the upcoming 30-man posse cut, “The Rap Monument.”
YG’s a little pissed he got snubbed by The Grammys.
We’re now a few months removed from DJ Mustard’s debut album, 10 Summers, which he initially gave to fans for free via Google Play. One of the definite stand-out records was the big collaboration with Lil Wayne, Big Sean, YG and Lil Boosie for “Face Down.” Mustard has already dropped music video for his Ty [cont.]
YG visits Hot 97 to speak on his December movie and soundtrack, Blame It On The Streets.
“The short film “Blame it On The Streets” is basically the life behind a couple of records off “My Krazy Life.” When you listen to that album it feels like you are watching a movie…So I wrote this film to give people a chance to see what my krazy life is all about. Good bye [cont.]
YG looks to capitalize on the success of his My Krazy Life album by quickly following up with a movie and soundtrack to close out 2014. The Blame It On The Streets LP and 30 minute short film will arrive December 15th on Def Jam. 1) BPT Live 2) Bicken Back Being Bool Remix f/ [cont.]
Fergie’s on the comeback trail with the support of DJ Mustard and YG. The beat tho.
Fergie’s Mustard produced hit gets a new remix with some added male bravado from YG.
YG’s artist RJ and YG release a remix video to DeJ Loaf’s “Try Me”. T.I. also chimes in with a Hu$tle Gang remix.
Dej Loaf’s buzzworthy cut gets a remix featuring YG and RJ.
YG adds some LA flavor to French Montana’s “Don’t Panic.”
Another video from YG’s debut, My Krazy Life, available now.
Former rivals Jeezy and T.I. team up again on “Addicted”, alongside YG, which appears on Best Buy’s version of the Seen It All: The Autobiography LP, in stores now.
Rap meets EDM on this new Interscope Records collaboration.
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