Chinx Drugz releases a video, directed by Spiff TV, to the remix to his single I’m A Coke Boy, featuring verses from Rick Ross, Diddy, and French Montana. Be sure to check out his latest mixtape Cocaine Riot 3. Watch this visual above.
With his birthday falling today, Rockie Fresh links with Rick Ross over production from Lunice for ‘Panera Bread’. Expect this to appear on Rockie’s upcoming project The Birthday Tape, dropping next week. Listen to ‘Panera Bread’ above.
Here’s a behind-the-scenes clip with Rick Ross on the set of his video shoot for the track ‘Ice Cold’, featuring Omarion. Look for this DRE Films-directed video to drop soon, along with Rozay’s upcoming album Mastermind.
With the promise of 2 new songs last week, Drake releases a new track with DJ Khaled, Lil’ Wayne, and Rick Ross titled ‘No New Friends’, produced by Boi-1da and Noah “40″ Shebib. Is this the anthem for this summer as ‘I’m On One’ was a couple summers ago? Only time will tell. For now, take a listen to ‘No New Friends’ above. Khaled’s album Suffering from Success is coming soon.
DJ Scream drops a new track today with Rick Ross titled ‘National Champs’. This cut, produced by The Renegades will appear on Scream’s upcoming album Long Live The Hustle. Take a listen to ‘National Champs’ above.
Rick Ross drops his latest clip, directed by Jon J., for his freestyle over Kendrick Lamar’s track ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’. Rozay’s album Mastermind coming soon.
Here is a preview of an upcoming visual from Rockie Fresh and his Electric Highway track ‘Life Long’, featuring Rick Ross and Nipsey Hussle. Look for this DRE Films-directed clip dropping soon.
One of the standout tracks on the Maybach Music Group compilation album Self Made Vol. 2 was ‘M.I.A.’, which featured Omarion and Wale. Now, this track is revamped with a remix that includes verses from Rick Ross, French Montana, and Rockie Fresh. Listen to this remix above.
John Legend samples Jean Knight’s classic ‘Mr. Big Stuff’ for ‘Who Do We Think We Are’, his new single to the upcoming album Love In The Future featuring Rick Ross. Listen to ‘Who Do We Think We Are’ above.