(FreshAsFrankie) Check out the full “Us or Else” short film from T.I.
(FreshAsFrankie) It seems Meek Mill either didn’t get the memo that his beef with Drake was squashed or chose to discard the message. Regardless, don’t expect those two to collaborate on new music anytime soon.
The confusion stems from a recent interview Meek’s boss, Rick Ross, did with “Best Seat In The House.” He said that he had met Drizzy face-to-face and worked things out.
“We actually sat down. Shout out to J. Prince,” Ross said. “It was really just [bosses having a conversation]. We wasn’t even discussing anything negative because by the time we get in the room, it’s so much other things going on that it’s already let’s get on some money. But I had to just make sure we sat down to have some sort of understanding.”
TMZ reports that despite an “understanding” being reached between Ross and Drake, sources close to Meek say there’s been too much bad blood spilled for him to mend the rift.
(FreshAsFrankie) Future finally delivers the official music video for his platinum Metro Boomin-produced single “Mask Off,” off his self-titled album. The video directed by Colin Tilley stars AmberRose.
“FUTURE” available at: iTunes: http://smarturl.it/FUTURE.iTunes
Apple Music: http://smarturl.it/FUTURE.AM
Google Play: http://smarturl.it/FUTURE.GP
Amazon Digital: http://smarturl.it/FUTURE.Dig
(FreshAsFrankie) There is nothing like good music to get through life’s tough decisions. Music that helps you see the light in your rainy situations; music you can truly relate to.
Well we have that music for you from an upcoming artist by the name of Drama.
Coming to us from the rough streets of North Philadelphia, Drama has definitely shown he has the shine to offer some light with his innovative musical insight.
The 26-year-old rap artist starting making music at an early age. Moving back and forth from Virginia, and being inspired from the different things he witnessed while growing up, he’s been able to incorporate a plethora of styles in his music to fit any audience. Today, Drama allows the music to speak for him with songs like “Ease Up” to “Never Know.” He’s proven that music is a passion for him and not just a choice
This track will appear on his “Live for Fats” (#L4F) mixtape dropping on May 8 at 8pm!
(FreshAsFrankie) Check out Jeremih’s new “Cinco De Mihyo” EP. The 5-track project is available on Datpiff: http://www.datpiff.com/Jeremih-Cinco-De-Mihyo-mixtape.842947.html
1.Cinco De Mayo
3.Ms Parker Pick’d And D***’d
5.Poppin 2 No Panties
(FreshAsFrankie) Mississippi rapper David Banner is the latest artist to take part in Mass Appeal’s popular Rhythm Roulette series, picking three random records blindfolded to turn into a brand new song called “Paper”. Stream the track up top and watch the new episode of Rhythm Roulette below.
(FreshAsFrankie) Detroit rapper Tee Grizzley delivers the official music video for the Lil Yachty-assisted single “From The D To The A.”
(FreshAsFrankie) producer The Audible Doctor is back with the second installment of his “Soul Slaps” mixtape series.
1. I’ll Call This Track Number 1
2. This Will Be Track 2
3. Maybe This One Can Be Track 3
4. And This Will Be Track 4
5. Then Lets Make This Track 6
6. No, This One Should Be Track 6, That Other One Will Be Track 5
7. I’m Thinking 7
8. Definitely Number Ate For This One
9. I Think I Spelled Eight Wrong On The Last Track
10. Yup, Definitely Spelled It Wrong
11. Whatever Man, I’m Almost Finished
13. Unlucky Number
14. Four With A One In Front Of It