Rap Up, Week of April 17 April 17, 2015
Yelawolf, Eminem, Large Professor, OG Maco, Quavo, Holt, King Louie, Dave East, Snoop Dogg, Lord Byron, White Gzus, Tela
From having the #1 Rap Song of 2010 on this site, to dropping a brick with Fefe Dobson, Yelawolf now knows the ledge. Jimmy Ness breaks cornbread with Catfish Billy.
In Yoruba, Deen means gully. [If you’re in Atlanta today for A3C, you can see Da Mafia 6 interviewed for a live Shots Fired at the Melia Hotel at 2:30 p.m.] Well excuuuuuuse me! We do we have here? If I’m not mistaken, I think we have every living member of Three 6 Mafia sans […]
By Deen
Max Bell is the Morris Day of the blogosphere. First impressions can make or break you. That’s always been the case, but lately, they’ve become the foundation of hype for still-developing rappers who aren’t yet worthy of the adulation. When I think about the too-much too-soon trend, the first name that comes to mind is […]
Did you think Yelawolf was finished? Hands raised. I had my doubts too. I wrote this article 18 months ago and had been waiting for him to validate me ever since. We’re living in a post-good kid, m.A.A.d. city world and it makes failures like Radioactive and Attention Deficit Disorder seem more toxic in retrospect. […]
Tosten Burks is pretty proud of his use of the word “dyad.” Here’s to pleasant surprises. Just when you thought Yelawolf was to forever be just an unappreciated slum-savant devolved into another bland Shady Records family member, he reminds you how gloriously weird he’s capable of being. “F.A.S.T Ride,” from the upcoming Trunk Muzik Returns, […]