Kevin Gates & Rich Homie Quan Join Young Scooter For “Drugs (Remix)”
Young Scooter enlists Kevin Gates and Rich Homie Quan for the “Drugs (Remix),” produced by HITP favorites Chophouze. The original version, lifted off the excellent 80s Babyfeatures Young Thug.
On the revamped version, the talented duo of Gates and Quan provide to be more than a substitute for Thugger Thugger. After Scooter opens the track up with a new and refreshing verse, Gates kicks in with yet another standout performance. He continues to reveal personal details such as being locked up when his daughter learned to walk. Unfortunately, we don’t get a verse from Quan, but he does his thing on the hook, adding some sing-songish lyrics and backing up Scooter’s already catchy hook work.
Tunji Ige Enlists Michael Christmas & iLoveMakonnen for the “Day2Day” Remix
Three quickly rising artists all on the same track? I don’t hate it.
Tunji Ige‘s “Day2Day” gets an upgrade courtesy of Boston’s Michael Christmas and Atlanta’s iLoveMakonnen. Each of these three individuals have their own flavor and we get to sample each of them with this track.
Collaboratively produced by Tunji Ige and Beewirks, the “Day2Day” remix is a walk-through of some of the activities these guys do on the daily. First up to bat is Michael Christmas, who is weary of the Illuminati’s Twitter presence and, just like Snorlax when he hears a Poké Flute, is less than pleased when woken up from his slumber. Tunji Ige, who is “in a basement in Pennsylvania, writing songs from my heart just to entertain ya,” may also be seen engaging in sexual relations with my significant other, rolling spliffs and getting lit, not necessarily in that order. The track then takes a drastically different turn, sounding like a completely new song, as the beat becomes heavy in synths, eliciting a strong urge to dance, which is when a sort of autotuned iLoveMakonnen closes out on a high note because “tonight’s not promised.”
This is not your typical sounding track, but then again, these aren’t your typical sounding artists. Enjoy. Continue Reading →
Listen To An Alternate Version Of Gucci Mane’s “Brick N A Brick”
Stream an alternate version of Gucci Mane‘s “Brick N A Brick.” Off Guwop’s newest album, The Oddfather, the original version features Blaze Servin, but on this newly released version, Kourtney Money and Maceotack on verses to the C4 and DJ Spinz produced track.
Fat Trel’s first official single under the Maybach Music Group umbrella “She Fell In Love” gets the remix treatment. MMG’s head honco Rick Ross and West Coaster Nipsey Hussle join the DMV native on the Izze The Producer crafted track. The original version of “She Fell In Love” can be found on his latest mixtape, Gleesh.
Producers C. Justice & Marvel Alexander Remix “No Flex Zone”
Although an official remix is on the way, featuring Nicki Minaj and Pusha T, producers C. Justice and Marvel Alexander team up and rework Rae Sremmurd’s buzzing hit “No Flex Zone.” The duo turn the street banger into a funky dance friendly tune that is far from the original.