Straight out the streets of H-Town, Bigg Fatts drops his latest album “Appetizers”. There’s more to this guy than meets the eye. He has cuts that are lyrical and cuts that you can turnup too. If you don’t have his first project “Fast Food”, then you sleeping. You can checkout and download both albums below.
BIGG FATTS- “FAST FOOD” DOWNLOAD
BIGG FATTS- “APPETIZERS” DOWNLOAD
The westside is on a roll. Last week the homie Nipsey Hussle dropped his historic $100 dollar mixtape “Crenshaw”. Now, the homie Dom Kennedy is dropping his album, Get Home Safely , which has been highly anticipated as well. Dom never lets us down and the album is solid. The tracklist is below. So if you a Dom Kennedy fan or not. Go cop that album asap! Tracklist is below.
Kanye West over the past couple years has evolved into an evil genius. The public views him as a jerk, crybaby, or a little bitch at times. But even if he may throw a tantrum at paparazzi, he has a valid point of why he does what he does. Kanye was a guest on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show. This was after Jimmy Kimmel did a skit on his show making fun of an BBA interview that was Kanye was apart of earlier this month. Kanye didn’t like it, and tweeted out of frustration some not so nice things to Jimmy lol. So both of the guys sat down and had a straight honest interview on the show, which actually went great. Kanye talked about his passion for being in fashion and how he couldn’t get taken seriously by some of the world’s top fashion designers. He used the word “classicism” to describe how people are treated in the fashion industry and in the world. He explains how people get denied opportunities to conquer their dreams because the people who have the power to help them automatically have this “better than you” mentality. Which alters the correct decision to be made. He talks about his family, dreams, and society in the interview. Kanye isn’t a mad man. He’s passionate about life, his dreams, and fairness in life. Something everybody should be passionate about. Check out the interview below if you haven’t seen it.
Pusha T has finally dropped his long awaited album “My Name Is My Name”. This album is straight fire. He got “King Push”, which may be one of the best album intro’s in awhile, on the album. Also the joint with K-dot, “Nosestaglia”, which is crack! The album is a must have, so go cop it asap! Check out the tracklist below.
1. “King Push”
2. “Numbers On The Board”
3. “Sweet Serenade” f. Chris Brown
4. “Hold On” f. Rick Ross
5. “Suicide” f. Ab-Liva
6. “40 Acres” f. The-Dream
7. “No Regrets” f. Jeezy And Kevin Cossom
8. “Let Me Love You” f. Kelly Rowland
9. “Who I Am” f. 2 Chainz & Big Sean
10. “Nosetalgia” f. Kendrick Lamar
11. “Pain” f. Future
12. “S.N.I.T.C.H.” f. Pharrell