A bonus cut off Reincarnated.
Spoiler: Lil Wayne didn’t die.
A guided tour of Atlanta’s westside.
He can do modest, too.
On the new album, collaborations, and his relevance in 2013.
Tip reflects on his rough upbringing.
This week’s batch includes Big Boi, Chromatics, and Shugo Tokumaru.
André shows some love to Big Boi.
Atlanta gets a new anthem.
Plus, Kid Cudi, B.o.B., ASAP Rocky, Phantogram, T.I., and Ludacris.
A collection of this country’s most musically-versed voters.
Drive II: Starring Killer Mike.
A cut from Gibbs’ Baby Face Killa mixtape.
Plus, Florence and the Machine, The Avett Brothers, T.I., and Girl Talk.
The lead single off Trouble Man.
Norah Jones, Jimmy Cliff, Cults, Freddie Gibbs, and Curren$y also added to the fold.
A taste from the El-P produced R.A.P. Music.
ATL overlord closes in on second wind.
The last two weeks summarized in bullet form.
Featuring cameos from Dr. Dre, Young Jeezy, and Pusha T.
Something to satiate listeners before LP #2.
Set the club on fire!
Friends in very high places.
T.I. makes a trip home.
Plus, more details on the tracklist.
Howard, The View, and a brand new track… all in one day.
Recently freed rapper is now watching the throne.
Lots of abbreviations, lots of head nod-ability.
Rapper gets out one month early.
Always collecting what is, and never what isn’t.
Out now via Georgia Department of Corrections Records.
Eminem > T.I.?
Featuring T.I., Wale, Wiz Khalifa, Big Sean, and more.
We don’t see any free music from you, Lady Antebellum.
Featuring Justin Timberlake, Rick Ross, & Wiz Khalifa.
Also stream the No Mercy track featuring Eminem.
The following post is rated M for mad flows and synergy.
You know, just in case you missed anything.
Can you have album release parties in the slammer?