A ton of features on this one including Young Thug, Young Dolph, Smooky MarGielaa, Gunna, Key Glock, and more.
Swaze was one of the guys that was looking out for 6ix9ine in BK when he started blowing up. If you listen to the words, you’ll hear what really went on last year. Crazy shit.. Watch the video below:
Listen to ScHoolboy Q’s new album below:
nZo, Enzo Amore, Real1, he goes by a lot of names but do not let that distract you from the fact that he just released a new track that is actually really dope! He went in over a DJ Relentt beat and it is knocking.
Stream it on Soundcloud below or on all other platforms. Here is the link he has in his bio – nzo.fanlink.to/Virgil
According to DJ Relentt’s post on Instagram, him and Boogie have a “MASSIVE” record on the way… Boogie went live on his IG the same night and we heard a short snippet of a new record that sounded dope! Not sure if that one was produced by Relentt or not. Relentt also recently previewed a track he is dropping soon with Lil Bibby and King Louie and also has videos of him and Juice WRLD working together on his Instagram and they all sound crazy.
If you didn’t know, Relentt was actually the one who put 6ix9ine in the position to connect with Kanye West. He also produced a video for 50 Cent’s Get The Strap clothing where Enzo Amore slammed 6ix9ine in a hallway. It was hilarious. Check it out here. He has been working under the radar with a bunch of big artists for a while now. We want to hear these collabs ASAP because his beats are fire. #DopeNew
Enzo Amore switched up his career and now goes by nZo. He is a former WWE champion turned rapper. His latest single has almost 200K views on his new YouTube channel called Real 1.
Like everyone in the comment section, we expected this song to be wild and we expected a lot of screaming. However, it was the total opposite. He is calm and collected with a nice flow. The production is real dope. It was produced by DJ Relentt, who has worked with 6ix9ine, Lil Bibby, Juice WRLD, 50 Cent, and others.
What’s next for NZO?
Dre-Ski and DJ Relentt drop a new mixtape again, this time it is Keep The Change Vol. 2. The last one they dropped was Calm Your Taste Budz 3.
Dre-Ski is someone who definitely stays away from mumble rapping, which is very refreshing in this day and age. The new tape features 6 dope tracks. The Intro stands out with Dre rapping about things such as his brother being locked up for 15 years. You can hear the pain in his voice. The rest of the tracks, he goes in on classic beats such as Puffy’s All About the Benjamins, a newer version of Biggie’s What’s Beef, and more. Check out the visual for “What’s Free” off of the tape!
We rate this one a 8 out of 10. Stream it below on Datpiff or Audiomack!
From our friends at hotnewhiphop.com:
According to TheBlast, Sara Weiss, the Assistant District Attorney for New York County District Attorney’s Office, filed a letter to the judge to keep 6ix9ine in prison for one to three years. Weiss specified 6ix9ine’s affiliation to the 9 Trey Blood set and multiple plea agreement violations as to why he should be jailed.
“Defendant’s acknowledged membership in a violent Bloods set known as 9 Trey Bloods, along with an incident of gun violence perpetrated by this defendant’s entourage, make him an inappropriate candidate for adjudication as a Youthful Offender.” She wrote in the letter.