Tank – When We (Video)

Tank - When We (Video)

(FreshAsFrankie) R&B singer-songwriter Tank delivers the official music video for “When We” single off his upcoming album Savage.

Hot Boy Turk – Stayed On The Grind (Video)

Hot Boy Turk - Stayed On The Grind (Official Music Video)

 

Turk Has A Message For The Entire Industry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! He Says He Got Love And Respect For Everybody!!!!!!!!!!!! He Says This Record Is Not A Diss Record…………………Turk Says He Don’t Have A Problem With Nobody And Only Thing He Trying To Do Is Feed His Family!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! #StayedOnTheGrind

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TRACKLIST:

1.Stayed On The Grind [Prod. By Chopper Chopper] 
2. Imma Hot Boy (Feat. D’Con Yapp Starr) 
3. Magnolia (Feat. Lil Wayne) [Prod. By Pierre Bourne] 
4. Relapse On A Perky [Prod. By Chopper Chopper] 
5. Goldfish [Prod. By Chopper Chopper] 
6. Straight Thuggin’ (Feat. Lil Cali)
7. Uptown (Feat. Ya Phat) [Prod. By Chopper Chopper] 
8. Murder (Remix) (Feat. NBA YoungBoy & BG) [Prod. By Dj Swift813] (Muted Due To Copyright Claim)
9. Like A Young Nigga (Feat. Trackman)
10. Blood [Prod. By Chopper Chopper] 
11. Big Homiez (Feat. Big Shane) [Prod. By Lil Keis]
12. Hold Up Lebron [Prod. By DT Spacely]
13. No Make Up (Feat. Dee Jackson) 
14. Dat’s What It Is (Feat. Chase Banks)
15. Ronald Willams (Feat. Compton Menace) [Prod. By DJ Swift813 & Dubba-AA]
16. Thin Line Between Love & Hate (Feat. Emani) [Prod. By Chopper Chopper]
17. Rich Summer (Feat. Emani) [Prod. By DT Spacely]
18. Brand New (Feat. Calliope Var & NBA 33) 
19. I Can Talk About That [Prod. By Chopper Chopper]
20. Take Em Back (Feat. Boosie Badazz)

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Future – Mask Off (Video)

Future - Mask Off (Video)
(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. 

Video: Future Ft. Drake – Used To This

Video: Future Ft. Drake - Used To This
(NewsnMusic) Future Hendrix calls on Drake for assistance on his new single titled “Used to This.” Check out the official visual below.

Jeezy Talks Why He’s Not A Republican (VIDEO)

alks Why He’s Not A Republican (VIDEO)
(NewsnMusic) Jeezy Talks Why He’s Not A Republican (VIDEO)

Jeezy is responsible for the most celebrated Hip Hop anthem dedicated to Barack Obama.

The CTE leader’s “My President” was played throughout the 2008 presidential campaign.

As Obama prepares to leave the White House in a few months, Jeezy stopped by Sway In The Morning and talked politics.

“We’re all politicians in our own right. Especially for me. I’m gonna speak for the people anytime I get a chance,” said the Atlanta native. “I ain’t never gonna bite my tongue because I come from that.”

Jeezy continued, “They asked the other day, ‘Why you not a Republican? You’re getting money.’ I was like, ‘I never had nothing. I don’t give a f-ck about no taxes.”

In addition, Jeezy reflected on how his albums such as Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101The RecessionChurch In These Streets, and Trap or Die 3 influencing listeners to strive to improve their lives.

Sway acknowledged the Southern rap star for not changing his message after gaining fame and wealth.

“I credit that to having real beginnings and being thankful for everything,” responded Jeezy.

He added, “[The people] put me in this position. It’s almost like – not to compare – but we put Barack there. He can’t forget about us.”

Jeezy Talks Why He’s Not A Republican (VIDEO)

alks Why He’s Not A Republican (VIDEO)
(NewsnMusic) Jeezy Talks Why He’s Not A Republican (VIDEO)

Jeezy is responsible for the most celebrated Hip Hop anthem dedicated to Barack Obama.

The CTE leader’s “My President” was played throughout the 2008 presidential campaign.

As Obama prepares to leave the White House in a few months, Jeezy stopped by Sway In The Morning and talked politics.

“We’re all politicians in our own right. Especially for me. I’m gonna speak for the people anytime I get a chance,” said the Atlanta native. “I ain’t never gonna bite my tongue because I come from that.”

Jeezy continued, “They asked the other day, ‘Why you not a Republican? You’re getting money.’ I was like, ‘I never had nothing. I don’t give a f-ck about no taxes.”

In addition, Jeezy reflected on how his albums such as Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101The RecessionChurch In These Streets, and Trap or Die 3 influencing listeners to strive to improve their lives.

Sway acknowledged the Southern rap star for not changing his message after gaining fame and wealth.

“I credit that to having real beginnings and being thankful for everything,” responded Jeezy.

He added, “[The people] put me in this position. It’s almost like – not to compare – but we put Barack there. He can’t forget about us.”