Quavo From Migos Goes At Joe Budden in NEW Song/Video “Ice Tray” (Preview)

Quavo From Migos Goes At Joe Budden in NEW Song/Video "Ice Tray" (Preview)
 Quavo From Migos Goes At Joe Budden in NEW Song/Video "Ice Tray" (Preview)

(FreshAsFrankie) Quavo From Migos Goes At Joe Budden in NEW Song/Video “Ice Tray”

Nipsey Hussle x Bino Rideaux – No Pressure (Mixtape Stream)

Nipsey Hussle x Bino Rideaux - No Pressure (Mixtape Stream/Download)

(FreshAsFrankie) It’s been a minute since Nipsey Hussle dropped a project, but he’s back. The Los Angeles rapper teams up with Bino Rideaux for a new mixtape titled “No Pressure.” The 8-track project features Dave East.

1.Effortless (prod by Mike & Keyz) 
2.None Of This (prod by Axel Folie)
3.Never Gone Know (prod by Mike & Keyz)
4.Thats How It Go (prod by Mike & Keyz)
5.Pain (prod by Mike & Keyz)
6.Skurr (prod by G Ry)
7.Blueprint ft. Dave East (prod by DJ Fu)
8.Stucc In The Grind (prod by Axel Folie)

Guap Tarantino – Guap Mode (Presented By Future)

Guap Tarantino - Guap Mode (Presented By Future)
(FreshAsFrankie) Freebandz/YSL presents Guap Tarantino new mixtape “Guap Mode”

Mixtape Tracks
1.In (Prod Richie Souf)
2.Guap Mode Ft. Future (Prod.Richie Souf)
3.Rack Came In (Prod.YFK)
4.Rack Racer Ft. Casino (Prod.Quay Global)
5.Take My Mood (Prod.Few Beats)
6.On To The Next (Prod.Richie Souf)
7.Global Ft. Young Thug (Prod.DY x ATLJacob)
8.New B tch Ft. Juney Bueno (Prod.Quay Global)
9.Lose It Ft. Lil Trevo (Prod.Fonzie)
10.Geek Freak Ft. FBG Wookie (Prod.Quay Global)
11.Facts (Prod.Fonzie)
12.Too The End (Prod.Quay Global)
13.Big Star

Young Dolph – What’s The Deal (Video)

Young Dolph - What's The Deal (Video)
(FreshAsFrankie) Memphis rapper Young Dolph is back with another official music video for his Thinking Out Loud album. Today he delivers the visuals for the first track from the project titled What’s The Deal,” produced by DJ Squeeky.

Watch it below.

Get Young Dolph’s “Thinking Out Loud” album now on iTunes.

Z-Ro – Kneel Down (Official Music Video)

Z-Ro - Kneel Down (Official Music Video)
(FreshAsFrankie) Houston rapper Z-Ro a.k.a. The Mo City Don is back to deliver the official music video for “Kneel Down” song.
Watch the video below.

Stream Z-Ro’s last album No Love Boulevard via Apple Music or purchase a copy of your own on iTunes.

Plies – Check Callin ft. NBA YoungBoy (Video)

Plies - Check Callin ft. NBA YoungBoy (Video)
(FreshAsFrankie) Florida rapper Plies shares the official music video directed by Omar The Director for “Check Callin” track featuring rising Baton Rouge rapper NBA YoungBoy.

Meek Mill Sentenced To 2-4 Years In Prison For Violating His Probation

MEEK MILLLOOKING AT SERIOUS PRISON TIMEFor Violating Probation
(FreshAsFrankie) Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley, came down hard on Meek MillMonday, November 6, after determining he violated his probation by getting arrested twice earlier this year.

The 30-year old rapper, born Robert Williams, appeared before Brinkley in a Philadelphia courtroom, where she imposed a 2-4 year prison sentence, according to the Philadelphia Enquirer.

The decision came down following Meek’s March arrest in St. Louis for an alleged fight at an airport, and an August arrest in New York City, where he was accused of reckless driving.

Both cases were later dropped, but Brinkley still decided that the “House Party” hitmaker violated his probation, stemming from a 2009 drug and gun conviction.

Rapper Lil Mouse Reportedly Shot in Chicago

Rapper Lil Mouse Reportedly Shot in Chicago

(FreshAsFrankie) Lil Mouse was reportedly shot yesterday evening in Chicago. According to Chicago-based Hip Hop blog Fake Shore Drive, the rapper’s publicist Victor Foh Jr. stated that Mouse was shot in the leg around 6pm on October 29th on the South Side of Chicago. Reportedly, Mouse is expected to make a full recovery.

Earlier this month, Lil Mouse dropped “In Luv Wit It” music video. He was also recently spotted with NBA Youngboy and Young Thug on Instagram.

At this time, there are no further details on the incident.

Source: Fakeshoredrive.com

Kodak Black Affiliate Claims Cardi B. Stole His Friend’s Flow

Kodak Black Affiliate Claims Cardi B. Stole His Friend's Flow
(FreshAsFrankie) Jackboy, a close Kodak Black affiliate took to Instagram to blast Cardi B for “taking his friend’s flow” and using it on her No.1 song “Bodak Yellow.”

“You Blowed Off Of Stealing My N***a Flow If Anything You Should Suck A N***a D**k From Sq, Broward Or Florida Its Only Right This Message Is Approved By Jackboi,” he wrote. DJ Akademiks released the post on his Instagram account and pointed out that it might be a hack since Jackboy is currently incarcerated.

Despite some of the criticism, Cardi B seems to not care at all about stealing flows from other rappers and addressed her haters during a recent show. “I’ma sound like all your favorite rappers. I’ma take all the flow and I’ma body it b***h,” she said. “One day I’ma sound like Kodak [Black], the next day I’m a sound like Meek Mill, the next day I’ma sound like Migos. I don’t give a f**k.”

Jackboy is a member of Kodak’s crew Sniper Gang. He has songs on YouTube with millions of views. He was arrested on several felony charges back in August and was chased by police with a helicopter, according to AllHipHop.com.

City Council Forwards Plan to Decriminalize Marijuana in Atlanta

City Council Forwards Plan to Decriminalize Marijuana in Atlanta
(FreshAsFrankie) Advocates for criminal justice reform as it concerns low-level drug offenders in the Georgia city were given reason to be hopeful earlier this week when the Atlanta City Council moved legislation that would ease penalties for marijuana possession forward for a vote.

Back in April, the decriminalization of marijuana was taken into consideration, but the prospects of cutting fines and jail time were punted without a vote, as it was determined that police, judges and school officials hadn’t been given the opportunity to provide their input on the matter. On Tuesday, September 26, Atlanta City Councilman and mayoral hopeful Kwanza Hall reintroduced the legislation and the Council’s Public Safety Panel granted an October 2 date for it to be voted on, and potentially signed into law by incumbent Mayor Kasim Reed.

Under Hall’s plan, the threat of six months in jail for possession of an ounce or less would be slashed, and the $1,000 fine locals currently face would be cut down to $75. The argument for decriminalization maintains that law enforcement resources would be better suited to address violent crimes and that it would ultimately ease a burden on taxpayers. Many also point to the racial disparity regarding who is impacted by the law, with Black citizens making up 92 percent of those arrested for possession.