Young Thug and Future Drop “Group Home” Video

As we wait for the better-be-inevitable Super Slimey sequel, why not dive into a new visual from the Young “SEX” Thug and Future collab project?

The cinematic “Group Home” video was directed by Videogod, who has previously flipped songs by Wiz Khalifa and Gucci Mane into memorable slices of film. See the appropriately super and slimey video for the TM88 and Fuse 100-produced track below:

Thugger and Future's 13-track tape was unveiled back in October and also saw production assists from Richie Souf, Southside, Wheezy, and more. For the project's only guest spot, the two enlisted Offset for the highlight “Patek Water,” which now stands as one of many examples of Offset's underappreciated solo charisma.

The chances of a Slimey sequel are, if nothing else, not terrible. At the time of the tape's release, Southside told Complex that those 13 tracks “aren't even the hardest” of what they wrote together. He added that “it might not even be a Super Slimey 2,” but instead “What a Slime to Be Alive” up next. “We are with the element of surprise,” he said.

Slimey hashtags were also tossed around in the recent swarm of pictures showing Thugger in the studio with Travis Barker, though Thugger ​did vow to hold off on dropping new music in 2018 in honor of his deaf brother

Future, meanwhile, has a full slate of music plans for the year ahead including music for Director X's Superfly revival.​ Just last month, he teased new music in the film's first trailer:

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Listen to Lil Pump’s “Gucci Gang” Remix f/ 21 Savage, Gucci Mane, French Montana, and More

The season 2 premiere of OVO Sound Radio got off to a solid start on Saturday evening. During host Oliver El-Khatib's regular set, listeners were treated to the premiere of Lil Pumpa��s star-packed a�?Gucci Ganga�? remix. And we mean packed.

The new version includes guest appearances by Gucci Mane, 21 Savage, French Montana, J Balvin, Bad Bunny, and Ozuna. Though ita��s an unexpected lineup, therea��s no doubt that the update will give the viral hit a second wind.

You can listen to a�?Gucci can i buy imitrex in mexico Ganga�? remix below.

The premiere arrives just a few days after Lil Pump secured a new deal with Warner Bros. Records. Earlier this month, rumors circulated that the 17-year-old rapper had inked an $8 million contract with the label. Lil Pump later went to social media to address the claims, insisting the deal was just for one release: “I don't know where the hell you heard all that other bullshit, but I got $8 million for one project, and that's it.”

Warner Bros. later confirmed that it had, in fact, entered a a�?successful partnershipa�? with Lil Pump.

a�?We are pleased that we can bring the next album release from Lil Pump to Warner Bros. Records,a�? Dooney Battle, the CEO of Lil Pump's management, said in a press release. a�?From the second I met Lil Pump, it was clear that he had star power and could lead the wave of rappers breaking on SoundCloud and YouTube.a�?

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French Montana-Aided Ugandan Hospital is Reportedly Operational

The humanitarian efforts that began in 2017 with French Montana enlisting the Triplets Ghetto Kids for his a�?Unforgettablea�? video have come full circle, as a Ugandan hospital that French's philanthropic efforts have helped is now reportedly operating.

TMZ reportsA�the facility is a�?up and runninga�? and a�?equipped to take care of 300,000 people.a�? TMZ didna��t name the specific facility, but Complex and pills online Newsweek have previously reported French, Diddy, and The Weeknd donated significant sums in coordination with the Mama Hope Foundation to aid a Ugandan hospital equipped to care for 300,000 patients. Per the Mama Hope Foundation website, the facility is named the Suubi Health Clinic.

a�?Thanks to French Montana, The Weeknd, Sean a�?Diddya�� Combs and Ciroc, construction on the new building started right away,a�? notes a report on Mamahope.org.

French Montanaa��s work with Suubi Health Clinic and order betapace generic Mama Hope Foundation earned him the distinction of becoming hip-hopa��s first Global Citizen Ambassador. On the commercial side, a�?Unforgettablea�? became French Montanaa��s first No. 1 single on Billboarda��s a�?Hot Rap Songsa�? chart. The Swae Lee-assisted track has since been streamed over 646 million times via YouTube while being certified as five-times platinum by the RIAA.

Per Denis Muwanguzi, who also worked order sinequan medication with French, Diddy, and TheA�Weeknd to help raise funds for the Suubi Health Clinic, the facility expanded its patient capacity from 56,000 to 300,000 in roughly one year.

You can learn more about the Suubi Health Center via Mamahope.org.

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Rick Ross Hangs Out With Gucci Mane in New Instagram Photos

Saturday, Gucci Mane posted several pictures with Rick Ross via Instagram—seeming to at least partially support statements from Maybach Music’s Fat Trel that Ross was doing well after a hospital stay earlier in March.

“Ross I'm glad u Good Vato!” Gucci wrote in the caption of one picture, featuring himself, Ross, and another crewmember. Ross was photographed holding double-stacked Styrofoam cups.

 

Rozay and the ESKIMOS #1017EskimoBoyzVol1

A post shared by Gucci Mane (@laflare1017) on Mar 10, 2018 at 5:40pm PST

Ross made headlines on March 2, after a TMZ report stated the rapper was hospitalized for a possible heart attack and was receiving a respiratory treatment. Fat Trel then confirmed Ross was in the hospital but refuted rumors of Ross being on life support. A subsequent TMZ report said Ross returned from the hospital after a four-day stay.

In 2014, Rick Ross confirmed shedding 90 pounds and adopting a healthier lifestyle after suffering two seizures.

“I woke up from that and I was like, ‘Wow. I really need to reevaluate what I’m doing,’” Ross told Sara Haines of Good Morning America.

Ross also appeared in a brief clip from Gucci Mane’s Instagram Stories feed in addition to incorporating a pic from the same photo opportunity with Gucci into his own IG feed.

 

Port of Miami II Coming! #MMG

A post shared by The Boss Rick Ross (@richforever) on Mar 10, 2018 at 5:38pm PST

“Port of Miami II coming! #MMG,” Ross wrote in the caption of his own Instagram picture with Gucci Mane, hinting at a sequel to 2006 album, Port of Miami.

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Lil Yachty Shares ‘Lil Boat 2’ Tracklist f/ 2 Chainz, Lil Pump, Gucci Mane & More

Lil Yachty dropped the tracklist to his upcoming album Lil Boat 2 Monday night, and it looks like he's recruited a ton of artists to be featured. Boat shared the official tracklist on his Instagram after a bit of teasing on Twitter.

 

Track list… Track list..

A post shared by King boat (@lilyachty) on Mar 5, 2018 at 8:20pm PST

The project, out this Friday, March 9, pulls big names like 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, Quavo and Offset, as well as some of Yachty's contemporaries, like Lil Pump, Ugly God, and NBA Youngboy. With such a range of rappers, it'll be interesting to hear how it turns out. Before dropping the official tracklist, Yachty decided to have some fun on Twitter, seeing how many likes he could stack up from eager fans. He shared a tweet asking for 40,000 likes in order to reveal the full Lil Boat 2 lineup.

As the likes quickly rolled in, Boat did a little trolling and continued to ask for 60k, then 70k before finally releasing the tracklist. He also shared what looks to be the official cover art, picturing Yachty half-submerged in water, drenched in sunset hues, and rocking a massive chain. 

Look out for Lil Boat 2 this Friday, and in the meantime, listen to Yachty's most recent collab with Gucci Mane here.

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Lil Yachty, Migos, and Gucci Mane Have a Collab Project Dropping Soon

2017 was a big year for Lil Yachty. He released his debut studio album, Teenage Emotions, which included features from some of the most prominent names in music: Migos, Diplo, and YG, among others. The “bubblegum trap” artist also saw his work nominated for two awards—a Grammy for Best Sung/Rap Collaboration (“Broccoli” with DRAM) and an MTV Europe Music Award for Best Video (“iSpy” with Kyle).

One of the best things Lil Yachty has done is associate himself with, and give himself the opportunity to learn from, other successful hip-hop artists. He'll continue that trend with a collaboration album that is slated to drop later this month.

The project features some of Atlanta's finest: Yachty, Migos, and Gucci Mane. The project will reportedly be titled Glacier Boyz Tape.

Gucci Mane teased the project in January.

Migos, during a January visit with The Breakfast Club to promote their new album, Culture II, also confirmed they had a project coming with Gucci Mane. Additionally, Quavo had teased the project with a quickly-deleted tweet.

It's not clear whether Yachty was a part of the project when the idea was initially hatched, but he made the news of Glacier Boyz Tape a little more formal with a tweet on Sunday.

Expect to see the project released in the next few weeks. Brrrr.

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It Sounds Like Takeoff and Carnage Have a Joint Mixtape Headed Our Way

It’s no wonder Migos considers themselves the “biggest group ever.” This week alone, the Atlanta trio released their highly anticipated Culture II album, launched an apparel collection at Bloomingdale’s, and will potentially walk away with multiple Grammys on Sunday. It’s clear Migos is on top of the world right now; however, it sounds like one of its members is gearing up to release a side project. And, no, we’re not talking about Quavo again.

On the same day Culture II dropped, DJ/producer Carnage announced he and Takeoff had a collaborative mixtape in the stash. He announced the project on social media, accompanied by a screenshot of his and Takeoff’s Facetime conversation. 

Carnage linked up with Migos for his 2015 debut album Papi Gordo. The hip-hop EDM producer also released a number of collaborative projects throughout last year: one was the Young Martha mixtape with Young Thug, and the other was the Step Brothers EP with G-Eazy. Carnage is also preparing to release another studio album in the upcoming months, which he says is filled with big-name features, including Takeoff.

“I’m really excited. I put a lot of time in to it,” he said on Power 106’s The Cruz Show this month. “I have a mixture of, like, everybody. You’re going to be blown away.”

While we wait for more information about Takeoff and Carnage’s joint effort, you can check out Culture II on Apple Music and iTunes. The album has already received plenty of love from a wide range of fans as well as the restaurant chain Wingstop. (LOL.)

Gucci Mane also appeared to enjoy Culture II, as he referred to Takeoff as his favorite rapper shortly after the album dropped. 

 

Culture 2 out @yrntakeoff my fav rapper now!!!

A post shared by Gucci Mane (@laflare1017) on Jan 26, 2018 at 8:34am PST

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Drake, Gucci Mane, Travis Scott, and More Mourn the Death of Fredo Santana

Fellow collaborators and friends pay their respects following the death of Chicago rapper Fredo Santana.

Drake Drops 2 New Songs, “God’s Plan” and “Diplomatic Immunity”

It appears to now be Drake season. The Toronto rapper has returned on this now gorgeous Friday evening to bless the music-hungry masses with not one, not three, not twelve, but two new songs. 

You can listen to the two new tracks, which are titled “Diplomatic Immunity” and “God's Plan,” over on Apple Music and iTunes or below on Spotify. The songs are part of a two-track EP titled Scary Hours.

“God's Plan” was produced by Cardo​, Boi-1da and YeX while “Diplomatic Immunity” was produced by Boi-1da and Nick Brongers. 

Drake hopped on social media to let the world know he was releasing new music about an hour before the songs became avaiable on streaming platforms.

 

GODS PLAN AND DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY LIVE ON ALL PLATFORMS WORLDWIDE MIDNIGHT 🕛

A post shared by champagnepapi (@champagnepapi) on Jan 19, 2018 at 8:03pm PST

Even Drake's friend Odell Beckham took to Instagram to tease a line from “God's Plan” prior to the song's drop.

 

“Don’t pull up at 6am to cuddle wit mee…”

A post shared by Odell Beckham Jr (@obj) on Jan 19, 2018 at 6:45pm PST

Drake's last project, 2017's More Life, boasted features from Young Thug, Giggs, Skepta, Quavo, Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, Kanye West, Jorja Smith, Sampha and Partynextdoor

Speaking to Hollywood Reporter for a cover story back in November of 2017, Drake expressed his interest in making a pivot into producing films. He, along with LeBron James' production company Springhill Entertainment, will be reviving the UK drama Top Boy. The show will be coming to Netflix in 2019. 

 

🇬🇧🙌🏽 COMING SOON

A post shared by champagnepapi (@champagnepapi) on Nov 8, 2017 at 6:04am PST

While talking about his music career, Drake remarked: “I'm sure I'll stop [making music] one day.” He continued, “When it starts to feel like I'm making it up. Hopefully I'll catch it before I ever get there, right? But right now it feels like we just started, so I don't plan on stopping anytime soon. But I do plan on expanding—to take six months or a year to myself and do some great films. Music's always there.”

With these new songs and a possible album on the way, it doesn't seem like Drake will stop making music anytime soon. 

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Here’s a List Albums We’re Still Waiting On in 2018

2017 was a banner year for hip-hop. Fans got projects from their favorite legends (Jay Z, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Big Boi, Gucci Mane) and new legends (Kendrick Lamar, Drake, Lil B, Vince Staples, Rapsody), as well as got introduced to a slew of upcoming artists that are looking to make an impact in 2018. Yet, even with such an abundance of music to choose from, we’re still waiting on albums by the likes of Pusha T, Earl Sweatshirt, Travis Scott, The Internet, and much more.

In regards to Earl, he has promised new music in 2018, which is good news for people who have been anticipating a follow-up to his 2015 output, I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside. Travis Scott and Quavo gave us an early Christmas present with Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho, but Scott’s AstroWorld  and a Quavo solo project will likely be the most-talked about albums of the New Year. Finally, after months of singles and killer verses over some popular songs, Nicki Minaj is poised to remind everyone why she’s one of the greatest MCs and a pop force with her new album.

Certainly there’s plenty of more albums we’re anticipating, but here’s a list of albums that we need right now.

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