Roddy Ricch FT Lil Baby - Whole Lotta Ice 2:38
Bigwalkdog FT Lil Baby & Pooh Shiesty - Whole Lotta Ice 3:38
rVSSIAN ft Future & Lil Baby - M&M 3:10
Nardo Wick FT Future & Lil Baby - Me Or Sumn 3:32
Nardo Wick FT 80 X Nino Man X Q Da Fool X Don Q X Kodak Black X Chief Keef X Asian Doll X Lil Durk X 21 Savage X G Herbo - Who 15:00
Joyner Lucas FT Lil Baby - Ramen & OJ 2:55
Key Glock - Ambition for cash 2:08
Key Glock - Proud 2:19
Bigwalkdog - Motion 1:59
Polo G FT Lil Baby - Don't play 2:24
Internet Money FT Youngboy Neverbroke Again - Flossin 2:36
Youngboy NBA - Know like I know 3:39
Gucci Mane FT Lil Durk - Rumors 2:36
Foogiano FT Gucci Mane & Enchantin - Neva Trust A Soul 2:02
Lil Migo FT Quavo - Migo Shit 1:48
Kay Flock - Is Ya Ready 1:47
K1 N15 - Bando 3:00
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French Montana FT Fivio Foreign - Panicking 2:09
Roddy Ricch FT Fivio Foreign - Murda One 2:12
Vado FT Jim Jones & Dave East - Checkmate 3:29
Vado - This Thing Of Ours 1:17 Various artists
Central Cee - Retail Therapy 2:13
Jay Critch - Buck 50 Freestyle 1:46
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Tory Lanez FT Kodak Black - Grah Tah Tah 3:02
Noodah 05 - 5th 3:29
The Grammys can be tone-deaf about a lot of things — most things — but the show got at least one thing mostly right last night. The all-star tribute to the late LA rap hero Nipsey Hussle was a nicely executed moment of catharsis. Nipsey was murdered last year at the age of 33, and his story has a special resonance in Los Angeles, the city that hosted the awards last night. Before John Legend, DJ Khaled, YG, and Kirk Franklin emerged to pay their respects, two friends of Nipsey performed a new song in his honor. Today, the studio version of that song is out in the world.
Meek Mill, a Nipsey Hussle contemporary, got together with the newly minted rap star Roddy Ricch, a Nipsey protege, to record “Letter To Nipsey,” the song that they debuted last night. There’s a long tradition of rap songs dedicated to dead peers, many of which are overwhelmingly popular. “Letter To Nipsey” goes for heartfelt intensity rather than pop sweep. It’s a worthy entry into that canon.
On the track, Meek vents passionately about the loss of his friend: “I ain’t finna say it like I’m your main homie/ But when we lost you it really put some pain on me/ Got me scared to go outside without that flame on me.” Roddy Ricch, who isn’t really a passionate presence, simply sing-raps about how numb he was when he got the news. He also sings the hook. Listen to the track below.
Fans of the Jet Life movement have been waiting on this one for easily 2 years. After much aticipation Young Roddy delivers his debut mixtape "Good Sense". They kept this one all in house ft only Jet Life members... DOPE shit.
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