270 posts tagged mmg
270 posts tagged mmg
Stalley’s new leak off his upcoming mixtape due out August 8th calls on today’s generation to constantly fight for justice and not just idly stand by.
Download avail. at: http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/07/18/stalley-raise-your-weapons/
by Rick Ross
Rick Ross – 50 Plates
Another track off the upcoming “Rich Gang” compilation album comes provided by Rick Ross.
Download avail. at: http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/07/16/rick-ross-50-plates/
Meek Mill Previews New Tracks From Dreamchasers 3
In his latest DC3 Vlog, Meek Mill previews two new tracks that will appear on the project, which still has no release date.
Ace Hood Feat. Meek Mill - Before The Rollie
Ace Hood releases a new Meek Mill-featured track off his upcoming album “Trials & Tribulations”, dropping next Tuesday July 16th. Flex bombs for now.
Download avail. at our official site: http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/07/11/ace-hood-feat-meek-mill-before-the-rollie/
Ciara Feat. Rick Ross - Boy Outta Here
We heard a snippet of this awhile ago, but here’s the full song which does not appear on Ciara’s self-titled album.
Download avail. at our official site: http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/07/10/ciara-feat-rick-ross-boy-outta-here/
J.Cole & Wale – Winter Schemes
J.Cole and Wale recently released their new studio albums ‘Born Sinner’ and ‘The Gifted’ respectively. Today, the two artists decide to link up and drop a new collaboration for their fans as they go in over a smooth Jake One beat.
Download avail. at our official site: http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/07/08/j-cole-wale-winter-schemes/
MMG’s Torch connects with Fred The Godson and Styles P for his latest offering ‘Malaria’. This is produced by Scram Jones and will appear on the upcoming ‘No A/C Vol 2′ mixtape dropping soon.
Download avail. at our official site: http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/07/04/torch-ft-fred-the-godson-styles-p-malaria-prod-by-scram-jones/
Meek Mill - Versace (Freestyle)
Meek hops on the popular Migos (/Plies) instrumental we heard Drake rap on recently.
Download avail. at our official site: http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/07/03/meek-mill-versace-freestyle/
Rick Ross definitely loves himself some nice gold jewelry, whether it’s chains, watches, or rings, he’s not often seen without some sort of accessory. However, he seems to have forgotten to pay for some of that expensive bling. Ross lapsed on a $90,000 payment for three Rolexes he bought last year.
TMZ reports that Rozay is being sued for not paying the large bill. Johnny’s Custom Jewelry in Texas filed the suit against the Bawse and his MMG company, claiming that Ross agreed to purchase three rollies in August of last year for the amount of $89,847.50.
Johnny says Ricky Rozay bought one 18K gold watch with 30CT of diamonds ($55,000), one 18K gold watch with 7CT of diamonds ($14,000), and one two-tone watch with 5CT of diamonds ($14,000).
Johnny says he delivered on the watches however the MMG rapper did not deliver on the payment. Johnny now wants to be paid for the watches, plus interest.
Wale Feat. Dom Kennedy & YG - Hella
A bonus track off Target’s edition of Wale’s “The Gifted”, out now!
Download avail. at: http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/06/25/wale-feat-dom-kennedy-yg-hella/
Wale & Jerry Seinfeld Recording ‘The Outro About Nothing’
The MMG camp release new footage of Wale working in the studio with comedian Jerry Seinfeld. In this clip, he speaks on his relationship with Jerry and we get to see footage of them creating ‘The Outro About Nothing’. New album ‘The Gifted’ in stores June 25th. ‘The Album About Nothing’ dropping later this year.
Wale hit Washington, D.C. newsstands this morning.
An image of MMG emcee Wale can be seen on the front page of today’s edition of The Washington Post alongside an in-depth interview. In the feature write-up, he discusses confronting his critics, engaging anonymous haters and defying the “digital mob” that is constantly relayed to him via his smartphone, to which he is essentially addicted. He shuts off the device only when he’s sleeping or in the booth.
"I wake up every morning to ‘I love you, you’re the greatest’ and ‘I hate you and wish you would retire,’" he claims. "I’m looking for a little reality in there." If he didn’t have access to the thoughts of millions at any given moment, he feels he’d be "one of the most successful rappers alive."
He also touches on media-induced anxiety. “Out there doing press right now, I get anxiety,” he says. “Not to sound crazy or nothing, but there’s mad white folks grabbing me. I just start getting uncomfortable. I try to hide it… When I was talking with the program director, I felt like it went well, but in the back of my mind I was like, ‘I don’t think he likes me.’”
The feature covers quite a bit more about the D.C. emcee - read it in full here