i’m not sold on rockie fresh, but the MMG affiliation leads me to believe that this is a guy with plenty of potential and a lot of resources at his disposal. one thing’s for certain: MMG gets plenty of fantastic production from some of hip-hop’s best (and least known) producers, and have put out more than a few good releases in the past year.
below the jump, you can watch the music video for “warning,” taken from his tape.
after the rick ross hype train came through to salt the anti-nfl sentiments of twitter last night, rozay announced a full scale national crew for one of hip-hop’s most prevalent crews. this is sure to be a money maker, that i’ll be avoiding at all costs. dates below the jump.
fuck this video. not only was MMG silly enough to give kendrick lamar the last (and best) verse, but he didn’t even give an invitation for him to come out to the video shoot? yawn.
i did see lebron james though. that’s cool.
remember when kendrick lamar absolutely shredded every guest feature he’s ever had in his entire life? even when FIVE other rappers (rick ross, wale, stalley, gunplay and meek mill) had verses on it? same here!
maybach music group – power circle [f. kendrick lamar]
posse albums are definitely coming out in droves lately, it seems. MMG was responsible for having one of the initial waves, and hope to follow it up with some better shit. nice lineup. i spy a nas and kendrick lamar feature.
1. Power Circle/Gunplay, Stalley,Wale & Meek Mill featuring Rick Ross & Kendrick Lamar
2. Black Magic/Meek Mill featuring Rick Ross
3. This Thing Of Ours/Wale & Omarion featuring Rick Ross & Nas
4. All Birds/Rick Ross featuring French Montana
5. Actin Up/Wale & Meek Mill featuring French Montana
6. Fountain Of Youth/Stalley featuring Rick Ross & Nipsey Hussle
7. I Be Puttin’ On/Wale featuring Wiz Khalifa, French Montana & Roscoe Dash
8. The Zenith/Wale & Stalley featuring Rick Ross
9. M.I.A./Omarion & Wale
10. Bag Of Money/Wale & Meek Mill featuring Rick Ross & T-Pain
11. Let’s Talk/Omarion featuring Rick Ross
12. Black On Black/Gunplay featuring Ace Hood & Bun B
13. FluorescentInk/Stalley & Wale featuring Rick Ross
14. Bury Me A G/Rick Ross featuring T.I.
a handful of these folks. hit the jump for the only thing people care about from the BET hip-hop awards.
that self-made compilation was fairly tough, and wale really showed out on this one. i don’t know much about cars, but i’ve seen benz ‘enthusiasts’ pass word around that the car in the video isn’t even a 600, which is true rick ross hilarity in its finest hour. *rick ross grunt*
the compilation from rozay’s camp, which consists of wale, pill and meek mill, is here for the streaming. while earlier speculation led me to believe that wale would be sorely out of place here and the compilation would be a giant clusterfuck of raps, a quick listen-through proved the album to be a pretty strong case for the label. there are definitely a good amount of songs here, with some high profile features like j. cole, jadakiss, currensy and a few more. anyway, stream the whole thing below.
maybach music group – self made, vol. I
ricky rozay & his maybach music group take to the streets of vegas for studio sessions, mtv spring break tapings, and a show at the palms. the MMG album self made drops may(bach) 24th. bawse.
alright, mr. folarin. your desperate cries for attention can stop now. i realize that your newest mixtape went unnoticed and underrated, much like your debut. i realize that your deals up and you (for some strange reason) decided to (allegedly) roll with…rick ross and the maybach music group. i realize that you called the collaboration with waka flocka and rosco (“no hands”) the “guilty pleasure song,” so why the fuck are you making another cut with the guy?
make some sense for me, because this is god awful.
wale – talk2me f. roscoe dash