The Atlanta rap scene is continuously growing but someone is truly standing above the rest. Have you seen the beautiful, outgoing, trendsetter, female lyricist, Pink B?
Seen here at Stilettos Atl Gentleman’s Club she definitely brings stage presence & quality sound. On June 20th, 2013 she rocked the club with her debut single “Cut The Check” for Mixtape King & Coalition Dj Black Bill Gates.
Follow her on IG & Twitter: @PinkBitchh to stay up to date on everything Pink Bitchh!
Dayton, OH native Sosay’s sound can’t really be categorized is he singing? Is he rapping? Regardless of how you’d classify it its Good Music. Sex Drugs and Rock and Roll lifestyle live fast pop pills lol. Please post and share with your Audience. Presented by Greg Street, We Global and Xclusives Zone
Intro to the debut mixtape from Tray Jones entitled Time Will Tell. Livemixtapes Release on 12.31.13 at high noon. Produced by Ill Will The Champ for Drank King Productions, Directed by Jack Stillz, Written and Performed by Tray Jones, Hosted by DJ Black Bill Gates. Tray Jones is epitome of the struggle. Raised in the streets of south Georgia this young mc has seen it all and lived to tell about it. Pain, lyricism, versatility, and a style all his own is what he got out of it to give back to the streets.
Kayne West radio interviews have become a bit legendary, from his 2013 visit to the Breakfast Club to his epic “you ain’t got the answers Sway!” rant on Shade45, Yeezy always brings his best foot forward for the airwaves. This morning, Ye returned to the Breakfast Club to chop it up with DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne Tha Godabout everything from his relationship with Kim Kardashian to the status of his new album and his latest sneaker release.
One of the biggest revelations from the sit-down however came with a scoop about the possibility of a collaborative album with Drake.
“I’m just going to go along and say because maybe this will promote it happening but the ‘Wolves’ song came from a conversation that me and Drake had, where we were going to do an album together and the album is called Wolves,” he said. “I asked him, we talked about it and he said yeah we was gonna do it. And actually he was sending beats back and forth and I got this one record with Young Thug that I’m gonna put on Rihanna’s album. I know I’m giving a lot of information.”
“I went to this Drake concert in Germany,” he added. “I flew to the concert to go see it, and he got this one line where he says something about people falling in love with famous girls and they don’t be working as much. So he rapped it, and he knew I was in the concert and he like looked down and stuff and he was right. I gotta get on my job. That’s why I got on trending of ‘Blessings’—’Hello I’m back.’”
During the interview, Kanye also opened up about his difference of opinion with adidas about the Yeezy 750 Boost drop.
“See I didn’t want them to be limited actually, that’s something that the company did,” he said. “I really want as many people to get them as possible. I don’t want to price to be $350. I don’t want to play like this sneaker culture game and all this so they be reselling this for high prices and stuff. I just want people have what I make. Like ain’t no limited release to College Dropout or limited release of Graduation.”
As for his latest headline-making-Grammy moment, West laughed about enjoying Beck’s album and admitted to not having listened to it before his nearly crashing the singer’s Grammy acceptance speech.
“The other day I went to dinner and sat down withTaylor Swift and ironically they were playing the Beck album,” he said. “I was like man, this is kinda good I ain’t gonna lie [Laughs]. I hadn’t even heard it [before the rant]. I bet you the album is really good. I’m gonna listen to and maybe it was potentially Album of the Year.”
Still, Kanye maintained that the album didn’t deserve the highest honors at the ceremony and addressed his role in the fallout from the moment.
“I got his number and I was supposed to call, but I just keep forgetting,” he said. “I felt good for him. Think of all the good stuff that happened to me in the last eight days. The person that won was Beck, because if I hadn’t done that, his Album of the Year would’ve never been mentioned…He should win an award for what he did—Rock Album—but he shouldn’t have won that award.”
As for the prospect of new music, Ye claims his upcoming album is “80% done” and laughed about throwing traditional release formats out the window.
Fusway (@iamfusway) pronounced foo-sway, born and raised out of ATL, fell in love with music at the young age of 15. During this transition from group to solo act, Fusway was able find his style, “his lane”. Having learned his lessons over the years, going through trials and errors, he is now ready to be thrust into the spotlight and give his fans his story! Today we present his latest track “Right Now”, support it by purchasing it on iTunes.
Under his production name “AK,” Tone Scott has created some of the most classic songs in Detroit hip-hop history. Most significantly, he produced Stack Master, debut album of the late Blade Icewood who is known as a legend in the city’s street rap sound. As for his own music, Tone Scott explains what he set out to do on his debut project, The Preview. “I’m doing a lot of collaborations with Detroit artists,” Scott says, “I wanted to use a lot of younger and seasoned artists. I wanted to let people know that I can actually get on the track and hold my own with these guys.” The album was produced entirely by Scott who has also produced for Royce da 5’9”, Obie Trice, and Beanie Siegel.
As if a busy production and rap career isn’t fulfilling enough, Tone Scott is also a film director who created a movie about Detroit gangster legend, T. Stuckey that he describes as a mix between American Gangster and Unsung. Scott is also a philanthropist who has given back to the community for years hosting cookouts, giveaways, and summer events for children, inspired by his own childhood. “I wasn’t always fortunate. I’m the youngest of 5. It’s always been in me to give back,” he says, “It makes me feel good to give back. I honestly think that’s what makes the world go ‘round.”
A philanthropist, film director, as well as artist/producer, Tone Scott explains that sometimes he has to choose which of his hats to wear, “as an artist, you are competing with the best in the world,” he explains, “But as a man, I am always trying to change history…to create history.”