Rapper Bambino Gold’s Body Found Decaying in the Woods in Alabama

Rapper Bambino Gold's Body Found Decaying in the Woods in Alabama
(FreshAsFrankie) The bodies of missing rapper Bambino Gold, born Edward Reeves, and his cousin Kendrick Stokes have been found in the woods of Macon County, Alabama. Family members reported the two men missing on Nov. 7th (Tuesday) after they had not been seen or heard from since late Sunday night.

The pair was last seen driving a white 2016 Honda CRV with Georgia tags as they made their way to the Alabama State Fair.

According to the Montgomery Advertiserthe county sheriff Andre Bruson confirmed on Saturday that the bodies of Reeves and Stokes were found in two separate locations: Country Road 13 and Highway 80. Both bodies were located on different days, the first body was discovered on Friday evening around 5 p.m. and the second one was found early Saturday morning.

Reeves’ mother Aieda Harris told reporters, “It’s stressful to think that somebody has done something to your child and you can’t be there to take care of them. It makes you very angry. I’m extremely angry. I try to be a calm person but this is just beyond dealing with. It’s absolutely terrible.”

Bambino Gold was 29 years old and has left behind one child. His cousin Skooly (Kendrick Stokes) was 30-year-old party promoter at the time of their death.

Lil Peep Dies At Age 21 After Suspected Overdose Before His Concert!

Lil Peep Dies At Age 21 After Suspected Overdose Before His Concert!

(FreshAsFrankie) Lil Peep, an emerging singer, rapper and YouTube star whose debut full-length album dropped in recent months, has died according to multiple reports.

The Long Beach, New York-raised emo/hip-hop artist (real name Gustav Åhr) was just 21 years of age. Reasons for his passing have not been revealed, though British broadsheet The Guardian cites a suspected overdose.

Lil Peep – “Crybaby”


Lil Peep – “Kiss”


Lil Peep – “Benz Truck”

CBM Lil Daddy – Too Real For Da Industry

CBM Lil Daddy - Too Real For Da Industry
(FreshAsFrankie) CBM Lil Daddy – Too Real For Da Industry

Mixtape Tracks
1.Trap It Out (Ft. VL Deck) [Prod. By Trey B]
2.Knock Knock [Prod. By Codein]
3.Till The Folks Come (Ft. Moneybagg Yo)
4.Trappin Back (Ft. Ray Vicks, OJ Tha Juiceman, Casino) [Prod. By Bobby]
5.Shake Sum
6.Road Runnin [Prod. By Playbw]
7.Do This (Ft. Young Scooter) [Prod. By K.O.S.]
8.Where U Goin (Ft. Kira) [Prod. By Trap]
9.Meet The Grower [Prod. By Playbwoi]
10.Envy [Prod. By K.O.S.]
11.Take A Loss [Prod. By Clvssi]
12.Like A Bitch (Ft. Philthy Rich) [Prod. By EJ Beats]
13.Big Face [Prod. By Codeine Beats]

K Camp – SlumLords 2

K Camp - SlumLords 2
(FreshAsFrankie) K Camp presents “Slumlords 2” Rare Sound edition
 Mixtape Tracks
1.Intro
2.K Camp – Family Matters [Prod. By Prod Bobby Kritical]
3.K Camp- 97′ Ft Rich The Kid x Bobby Kritical x 1WayFrank [Prod. By Bobby Kritical x Wayy]
4.K Camp – Racks Like This [Prod By Cash Clay Beats]
5.Having A Lot To Say (Interlude)
6.K Camp – Don’t Do That Ft Derez Deshon x Verse Simmonds [Prod. By Bobby Kritical]
7.K Camp – Side Bitch Anthem [Prod. By Bobby Kritical]
8.GENIUS – Space Ft K Camp x Earz [Prod. By Bobby Kritical x Bino]
9.K Camp- Rob Kardashian [Prod. By Cash Clay Beats]
10.10. True Story Gee – Open Yo Eyes Ft K Camp [Prod. By MusikMajorx]
11.K Camp – Louis Rain [Prod. By NardandB]
12.Sy Ari Da Kid – Traded Ft K Camp [Prod. By LondonOnTheTrack]
13.K Camp – FWYB [Prod. By MusikMajorx x Bobby Kritical]
14.K Camp – Typical Ft MoneyBagb Yo x Money Man [Prod. By Bobby Kritical x MusikMajorx x TrenchWerk]
15.K Camp – R A R E [Prod. By Bobby Kritical]

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

24 Hrs – 12 AM In Atlanta

24 Hrs - 12 AM In Atlanta
(FreshAsFrankie) 24hrs x DJ Drama present “12 AM In Atlanta” A Gangsta Grillz special edition!

Mixtape Tracks
1.12am in Atlanta
2.Have It
3.Prove Somethin
4.Figure Tt Out ft. MadeinTYO
5.I Know That You See It
6.Forgive Yall
7.Make Up
8.Nascar
9.Basketball
10.Animal
11.Hotel ft. Mynamephin

Zaytoven – Where Would The Game Be Without Me 2

Zaytoven - Where Would The Game Be Without Me 2
(FreshAsFrankie) Download Zaytoven‘s new 11-song mixtape “Where Would The Game Be Without Me 2,” featuring Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Yachty, & more.

It’s safe to say Zaytoven has been one of the main masterminds behind trap music’s meteoric rise & dominance in the rap game over the recent years, especially in Atlanta. From his early collaborations with Gucci Mane& producing the Migos breakout single to influencing a whole slew of producers who follow his template and sound, Zaytoven has been a driving force behind ATL’s trap scene domination.

Last month, Zaytoven announced he linked a partnership deal with Motown Records, where his debut album Trap Holizay will be released under, but before we’re treated to that later this year, the ATL super producer had decided to come through today and release the sequel to last year’s Where Would The Game Be Without Me mixtape first.

Laced with 11 songs in total, the DJ Dramahosted project features a mix of exclusive and previously-released tracks from the likes of Yo Gotti, Quavo, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Yachty, Future, Ty Dolla Sign, and more. Meanwhile production is handled entirely by Zaytoven himself of course.

Some of the new songs that fans will be hearing for the first time are Lil Uzi Vert’s “A Lot,” Lil Yachty’s “Art Show,” Ty Dolla Sign’s “R&B,” and Yo Gotti’s “Gas Stove,” while previously-released songs like Quavo’s “Stars in the Ceiling,” Future’s “Feds Did a Sweep,” and Big Bank’s “Don’t Worry” also appear on the project as well.

“This mixtape is the formula of classic mixed wit new wave. TrapHoliZay on the way!!” Zaytoven said about the tape.

Stream and/or download the new compilation project right now for free and let us know what record you’re feeling the most? Look for his Trap Holizay album to still be on the way, and dropping later this year under Motown Records. So stay tuned.

Tracklist
01. Yo Gotti – Gas Stove (Prod. By Zaytoven)
02. Big Bank Black – Don’t Worry (Prod. By Zaytoven)
03. Lil Yachty – Art Show (Prod. By Zaytoven)
04. Lil Uzi Vert – A Lot (Prod. By Zaytoven)
05. Quavo – Stars In The Ceiling (Prod. By Zaytoven)
06. Eldorado Red – Serena Venus (Prod. By Zaytoven)
07. Future – Feds Did A Sweep (Prod. By Zaytoven)
08. Trouble & Boosie Badazz – Ms Cathy Ms Connie (Prod. By Zaytoven)
09. Young Scooter – I Know (Prod. By Zaytoven)
10. Shy Glizzy – One Day (Prod. By Zaytoven)
11. Ty Dolla Sign – R&B (Prod. By Zaytoven)

Juicy J – Highly Intoxicated

(FreshAsFrankie) For the past couple months, Juicy J has been teasing fans with snippets from his new mixtape, Highly IntoxicatedNow, the tape is finally here, and you can stream it below.

The tape is produced almost entirely by New Orleans duo The $uicideboy$ in a real time-is-a-flat-circle moment, as Scrim and Ruby have been vocal about how influential Three 6 Mafia is on their music.

A$AP Rocky, XXXTentacion, Cardi B and Smokepurpp are just some of the names on the project. You can peep the full tracklist and production credits below.

Juicy J’s Highly Intoxicated Tracklist

1. “Intro” (prod. by $uicideboy$)
2. “Highly Intoxicated” (prod. by Juicy J & Crazy Mike)
3. “Show Time” Feat. XXXTentacion (prod. by Southside)
4. “Bitch From the Gram” (prod. by $uicideboy$)
5. “That Ain’t You” (prod. by $uicideboy$)
6. “Freaky” Feat. A$AP Rocky & $uicideboy$ (prod. by Chase Davis, DJ Smoky666 & $uicideboy$)
7. “Dope Fiend” (prod. by Tarentino)
8. “D’Usse & Ciroc” Feat. Smokepurpp (prod. by TM88)
9. “Big Tymer” (prod. by TM88 & Key Wane)
10. “Kamasutra” Feat. Cardi B (prod. by Resource & Mike WiLL Made-It)
11. “Dats What I Thought” (prod. by $uicideboy$)
12. “Call My Lawyer” (prod. by $uicideboy$)
13. “Up There” Feat. YKOM (prod by $uicideboy$)
14. “Watch Money Fall” Feat. Rick Ross & Project Pat (prod. by Juicy J & Crazy Mike)
15. “Always High” Feat. Wiz Khalifa (prod. by Juicy J & Crazy Mike)
16. “Petty” Feat. Project Pat & Go (prod. by $uicideboy$)
17. “Get Back” Feat. T Shyne & Slim Jxmmi (prod. by Wheezy & TM88)
18. “What Did I Do” (prod. by $uicideboy$)

Wiz Khalifa – Laugh Now, Fly Later

Wiz Khalifa Laugh Now, Fly Later
(FreshAsFrankie) Wiz Khalifa is back with his brand new mixtape Laugh Now, Fly Later, the appetizer before his new album Rolling Papers 2. Buy it on iTunes or stream it via Apple Music now.

Casey Veggies is the only feature on the tape, which clocks in at just under 40 minutes.

Wiz Khalifa’s Laugh Now, Fly Later Tracklist

1. “Royal HighnessFeat. Casey Veggies
2. “Letterman”
3. “Figure It Out
4. “Plane 4 U”
5. “No Dirt”
6. “Long Way to Go”
7. “Global Access”
8. “City of Steel
9. “Weed Farm”
10. “Stay Focused”