Brooklyn rapper Pop Smoke is on one hell of a come up and after hearing ‘Meet The Woo,’ many realized, his sound might just be here to stay.
YG debuted the diss track at Coachella with Tekashi 6ix9ine backdropped on a jumbotron couple of days ago. Now he dropped the video and it’s out of control.
Laura is there a reason why you found humor in the death of king Nipsey Hussle on your show The Ingraham Angle after he was put to rest three hours earlier?
YG is taking his 4hunnid brand to new heights in 2018.
Pass da aux!
Kamaiyah is here to stay.
From the beginning, YG didn’t take Trump’s racist and disgusting attitude as a joke.
There is always a light at the end of every tunnel and many other artists who’ve been through this sort of thing can attest to that.
After a slew of massive music releases in recent weeks, this week was a little more low key.