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Moneybagg Yo – A Gangsta’s Pain: Reloaded

Today, multiplatinum recording artist Moneybagg Yo released the deluxe version of his chart-topping fourth studio album, A Gangsta’s Pain: Reloaded. The deluxe includes seven new songs and collaborations with Lil Durk, Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, Ashanti, BLEU, EST Gee, Big Homiie G and Ja’niyah. A Gangsta’s Pain: Reloaded is available now via CMG/N-less Entertainment/Interscope Records. Listen HERE.

The Memphis star previously released A Gangsta’s Pain earlier this April and the project included standout songs such as “Time Today,” “Wockesha,” and “Hard For The Next” ultimately resulted in his first-career No. 1 album placement on the Billboard 200. To date, the album has tallied nearly 2 billion streams and was listed as one of the “Best Albums of 2021 So Far” by Billboard, Complex and XXL, among others.

It has been a breakthrough year for Moneybagg, who also captured No. 1 at Urban Radio with “Wockesha,” that earned platinum certification from the RIAA (his third consecutive No. 1 at Urban radio following “Said Sum” and “Time Today”). He also recently delivered a remix of the single with features from Lil Wayne and Ashanti and just released the long-awaited music video for “One of Dem Nights (with Jhené Aiko) HERE.

Currently, Moneybagg Yo is wrapping up his cross-country, headlining tour with support from  BIG30, Big Homiie G, Blacc Zacc and TripStar as he performs hits from his chart-topping studio album, A Gangsta’s Pain Beyond his own tour, Bagg has performed at several festivals this year, including Rolling Loud Miami, Made In AmericaSummer Jam and is set to perform at Rolling Loud New York and Rolling Loud California. See below for a remaining of “A Gangsta’s Pain” tour dates.

Track listing for A Gangsta’s Pain: Reloaded:

1. Switches & Dracs (with Lil Durk Feat. EST Gee)
2. Wat Be Wrong??
3. Gave It (Feat. Big Homiie G)
4. This Feeling (with Yung Bleu Feat. Ja’niyah)
5. Scorpio
6. Another One (with. DJ Khaled)
7. Wockesha Remix (with Lil Wayne & Ashanti)
8. Memphganistan (with Kaash Paige)
9. Just Say Det
10. Go! (With BIG30)
11. Wockesha
12. Shottas (Lala)
13. Hard For The Next (with Future)
14. If Pain Was A Person
15. I Believe U (Ft. TripStar)
16. Time Today
17. Interlude
18. Free Promo (with Polo G & Lil Durk)
19. Hate It Here
20. Love It Here
21. Clear Da Air
22. Projects
23. One Of Dem Nights (with Jhene Aiko)
24. FR
25. Certified Neptunes (with Pharrell)
26. Change Da Subject
27. Least Ian Lie
28. Bipolar Virgo
29. A Gangsta’s Pain

Moneybagg Yo – “A Gangsta’s Pain: Reloaded”

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LIL MIGO – RUMORS 3

BUZZING MEMPHIS RAPPER LIL MIGO POPS OFF ON NEW SINGLE “RUMORS 3
NEW MIXTAPE RELEASING SOON
PRESS ASSETS HERE

Emerging as the rawest new voice out of Memphis with widespread critical acclaim and millions of streams, Lil Migo reveals a new single entitled “Rumors 3” via Heavy Camp/4th & Broadway/Republic Records. Listen to “Rumors 3”—HERE.
On the track, a thick bass line sets the tone as Lil Migo lunges into a hypnotic melodic flow. His voice glides over the beat as bluesy guitar wails and screeches in the background. The track ultimately climaxes with an ominous assurance, “I guarantee they won’t miss you.
The song also arrives on the heels of his 2021 project, KING OF THE TRAP. It boasted a premier guest list, including Moneybagg Yo, Rich The KidYo GottiBlac Youngsta42 Dugg, Big 30, and more. Thus far, it’s already piled up 5 million total streams and counting. In addition to looks from The KnockturnalRESPECT Magazine, and more, Substream Magazine raved, “Lil Migo is the talk of the town in Hip Hop right now. The Memphis recording artist is trailblazing a path to top billing with his new album, King of the Trap.
However, “Rumors 3” only paves the way for more music to come from Lil Migo very soon. Get ready for more! Memphis’ Lil Migo makes the soul trap music for every type of music fan. The Heavy Camp artist began taking rap seriously in 2020, after being introduced to music by his family members. Lil Migo, at one point straddling between the streets and a recording booth, dived fully into music following a stunning fan reaction to his early work. In the last two years, Lil Migo has released three projects (2020’s Price of Fame and Voice of the Trap, 2021’s King Of The Trap), with singles such as “No Love In My Heart” and “Letter 2 The Industry” closing in on 10 million video views, while also charting on The Rolling Stone Breakthrough Top 25 Chart. Delivering authentic stories and motivating fans in his music, Lil Migo is one for you to tap into as his brand continues to expand worldwide.

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Blacc Zacc – Dirty Money

The self-anointed 803 Legend Blacc Zacc zips back into the forefront with his truck-rattling anthem “Dirty Money.” In his newest clip directed by Rook, Zacc heads to the Laundromat to show listeners how he and his team clean up money after a long day of work. With washing machines in tow, Zacc takes the proper precaution to ensure his earnings aren’t gone to waste. Zacc’s motor remains intact as he slings punchy bars about his moneymaking efforts, supplied with a slick hook. Watch HERE.  

“Dirty Money” comes on the heels of Zacc’s 2020 album 803 Legend. Released in October 2020, the Carolina Narcos MC tightens his grip on the trap world with his 13-track collection. With features by Kevin Gates, 42 Dugg, Foogiano, Fat Loc, and more, 803 Legend includes a flurry of highlights, ranging from “Tennis” to his bombastic tune “Knew Dat.” 

Since his 11-track debut album Carolina Narcos’ release, Blacc Zacc has emerged from the trenches with his trap-infused raps. Featuring his rap compatriots DaBaby, Moneybagg Yo, Yo Gotti, Stunna 4Vegas, fans have gravitated towards Zacc’s street appeal. The album also boasted production by Young Kio, OG Parker, Romano, and more.

About Blacc Zacc

Blacc Zacc is an up-and-coming rapper from South Carolina. Growing up, his step-father had a studio in his house, and at age 13 Zacc recorded his first song, dedicated to his mother. Zacc will be on MoneyBagg Yo’s tour, A Gangsta’s Pain, where he has opened up for the Memphis superstar.

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Madden NFL Soundtrack Commemoration

To commemorate the Madden NFL 22 soundtrack, featured stars are teaming up for a music video mashup that takes fans on a tour across the album—and the country. The stunning visual opens with Atlanta rapper BRS Kash performing his song “Oh No” in Atlanta’s Mercedes Benz Stadium and then follows the various featured artists as they welcome us into their respective hometown arenas. The scale and production make for a truly cinematic experience, echoing the towering achievement of the soundtrack. The record was already historic—its release marked the first ever official album from EA SPORTS™ Madden NFL via Interscope Records—but the vibrant video adds even more to the moment.

Watch it HERE.

This music video is practically a short film, with intricate set design and staging for every location. It’s packed with memorable moments like Tierra Whack posted up in a suit with Philadelphia Eagles’ mascot Swoop. Moneybagg Yo also channels the lo-fi legacy of Memphis rap, capturing the Titans’ stadium in fuzzy VHS warmth. Morray croons from the halls of Chapel Hill’s Kenan Memorial Stadium. Swae Lee wields a game controller as he looks down at the SoFi gridiron in L.A. Every killer guest—including Sally Sossa, 42 Dugg, YSB Tril, and JID—make their mark, causing the video to feel like a motion-picture cypher. It’s a testament to the strength of the soundtrack, and to the outsized reputation Madden has in hip-hop. 

This video follows quickly on the heels of the stellar Madden NFL 22 soundtrack, which features 11 exclusive songs by the aforementioned rappers and more. Interscope worked hand and hand with their artists to make the album from scratch, creating a record that would move crowds and define the sound of Madden NFL 22. This new music video only magnifies that excitement, showing off the genuine love that these rappers have for the game, and vice versa.

Where to Find Madden 2022

Madden NFL 22 is out now on Sony PlayStation®4, Sony PlayStation®5, Microsoft Xbox One, Microsoft Xbox Series X|S, PC via Origin™ and Steam®, and Google Stadia™. Follow them on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates.

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BIG30 – KING OF KILLBRANCH

BIG30 SHARES EXPLOSIVE DEBUT PROJECT: KING OF KILLBRANCH

Watch the video for “Free Shiest Life” HERE

September 2, 2021 – Today, Memphis rapper BIG30 releases King of Killbranch, his explosive debut project filled with the menacing gunplay, percussive flows, and vivid recollections of life on his block that’ve cemented his status as one of rap’s fastest rising stars. Featuring guest spots from Yo Gotti, Moneybagg Yo, Future, Lil Durk, Pooh Shiesty, Offset, and more, the project arrives alongside the official video for “Free Shiesty,” which pays tribute to 30’s friend and frequent collaborator.

King of Killbranch is Big30’s most ambitious effort to date, including stellar guest spots as well as 30’s blend of technical skill and steely intensity. On “Fuck the Opps,” 30 lets loose cutthroat bars that evoke images of life in a danger zone he’s become all too comfortable inhabiting. “Til them bitches extinct/See the nigga with me shoot his gun before he thinks,” 30 raps over the low-key beat.

30’s new project was preceded by “Back Seat of the Rolls Truck,” an appropriately relentless opener for an effort characterized by its ferociousness. On the track, 30 lets’s loose some ruthless bars: “He gotta go, that’s on my nigga/One apps so little when he dies he gets smoked out a Swisha.”

King of Killbranch is just the latest step in BIG30’s journey to rap dominance, one that began when he wrote his first songs with Pooh Shiesty just a few years ago. He kicked off 2021 with a celebrated feature on Pooh Shiesty’s RIAA Gold-certified “Neighbors,” which peaked at #51 on the Billboard Hot 100. From there, he completed a trap artist rite of passage by appearing on Gucci Mane’s “Shit Crazy,” garnering the attention of ComplexVulture, and other tastemaking outlets in the process. With several standout singles and his debut project at his back, BIG30 is set to make the most of his moment, which is starting to look like it will last a very long time.

‘KING OF KILLBRANCH’ TRACKLIST

  1. Backseat of the Rolls Truck
  2. Miss My Glock 26 (feat. Lil Durk)
  3. No Hospital Gang
  4. Dyin’ Expensive
  5. Whatever Come Wit It (feat. Future)
  6. Mista
  7. Pressin’ (feat. Quavo & Moneybagg Yo)
  8. Shots Out Da Vette
  9. King of my Projects
  10. Free Shiest Life (feat. Pooh Shiesty)
  11. Red Key (feat. Moneybagg Yo & Big Homiie G)
  12. Opp Pacc
  13. Too Official (feat. Yo Gotti)
  14. Fuck the Opps 4L (feat. Offset)
  15. Allegations (feat. Pooh Shiesty)

 

King of Killbranch is available now at all digital retailers HERE.  

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LPB Poody × Lil Wayne

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“BATMAN” HAS GARNERED  OVER 50 MILLION STREAMS AND COUNTING 

The “Batman” remix is a testament to what’s to come for Poody this summer. With co-signs from two of Hip-Hops biggest power players, he’s definitely making his mark as one of the top rising artists to watch in 2021.

Known widely for his first single “Address It,” the 20-year-old achieved a commendable feat with over 50 million streams thanks to its fast acceleration on Tik Tok. Last Summer Poody teamed up with other rising artists including 42 Dugg on “Connected” and released Untamed in January, with features from Yung Bleu and GCM 26. Fan favorites like “Radio Boyz,” “Ghostriders” and “Welcome 2 Carver Shores” prove Poody’s versatile approach to street raps and a promise of what’s to come.  

Poody is currently in the studio putting together his next mixtape, a project he promises will be more diverse than anything he’s released. “I’ve got a variety of new music coming,” he adds. “I’m working on my vocals, singing and stuff. I like trying new things.”   

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MONEYBAGG YO – WOCKESHA

MONEYBAGG YO DELIVERS HIGHLY ANTICIPATED VIDEO FOR WOCKESHA WITH APPEARANCE FROM LIL WAYNE 

Today, multiplatinum musician Moneybagg Yo unveiled the long-awaited video for his hit song Wockesha, which he co-directed alongside Ben Marc.

The breezy visual kicks off with a cameo from hip-hop legend Lil Wayne, who divulges his infamous speech on dismissing those who can’t mind their business.  Frame by frame, we see Moneybagg Yo become disillusioned by a lover which includes him seeing a mirage that equates to a complicated relationship.

Wockesha quickly became a fan favorite from the release of Bagg’s critically acclaimed fourth studio albumA Gangsta’s Pain, which recently earned gold-certification from the RIAA. On the metaphorical record, which samples DeBarge’s pillowy track, Stay With Me, Bagg finds himself taping into more of his emotional side. The Southern artist opens about indulging on his toxic pleasures, he raps “One minute I’m done with you, the next one I be runnin’ back. Go your way, I go my way, but somehow we be still attached.” Today the track has nearly 150 million streams globally across all streaming partners and has charted on the Billboard Hot 100.

Over the weekend, Bagg hit the stage at the 2021 BET Music Awards to perform a medley of Wockesha and his No. 1 song Time Today, which VIBE Magazine praised Moneybagg Yo gets the crowd turned up as he tears through his performance, delivering each line with the fervor and conviction heard on the actual record.” To date, A Gangsta’s Pain has cumulatively tallied over 300 million streams and counting. Meanwhile, Billboard, Complex, and UPROXX have already listed it as “Best Albums of 2021 So Far.”

A Gangsta’s Pain showcases Moneybagg’s versatility as an artist. He opens up with some of his most powerful tracks yet, but he also turns up with indisputable and inimitable bangers. Among those, it boasts singles such as the hard-hitting Shottas (Lala), platinum-selling Time TodayHard For The Next (feat. Future), and the recent anthem GO! (feat. BIG30). The 22-track opus earned widespread critical acclaim upon arrival. Billboard applauded his “authentic stories that connect to both the hearts and minds of the streets.” 

Meanwhile, UPROXX observed, Moneybagg Yo steps out of his comfort zone to conquer A Gangsta’s Pain on his pensive new album.” Rolling Stone highlighted Certified Neptunes (feat. Pharrell) as a “Song You Need To Know.” Continuing his takeover, Moneybagg recently made his late-night television debut with an impressive medley of Time Today and Hard For The Next on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

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Moneybagg Yo x Rookie of the Year

Moneybagg Yo unveils his new song “Rookie of the Year” via CMG/N-Less/Interscope Records ahead of the release of Memphis Grizzlies star Ja Morant’s new six-part docuseries, “PROMISELAND.”

The triumphant track will air toward the end of “PROMISELAND,” a new docuseries that provides an inside look into Morant’s unexpected rise from unranked high school basketball prospect to NBA 2019-2020 Rookie of the Year.

The song’s inclusion in the docuseries signals a unique collaboration between the Memphis entertainer and the Memphis-based hooper. Bagg’s new song arrives fresh on the heels of his new studio album, A Gangsta’s Pain, which spent two weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

PROMISELAND is set to premiere as a Crackle Original on the service on June 3. The six-part series, created and directed by Dexton Deboree, founder of Falkon and visionary behind the award-winning feature film, Unbanned: The Legend of AJ1, chronicles Morant’s rapid ascension from an unknown high school prospect and overnight small college standout to the top tier of the NBA. The series is a joint project from the production teams of Deboree’s Falkon Entertainment, DLP Media Group, RTG Features, Interscope Films and Waffle Iron Entertainment, and will be introduced by Crackle at the NewFronts this month.

Listen to “Rookie of the Year” HERE

Watch the trailer HERE.

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MONEYBAGG YO UNVEILS THE TRACKLIST FOR FORTHCOMING ALBUM A GANGSTA’S PAIN

Album Available This Friday, April 23, Featuring
Certified Gold Hit Single “Time Today”

Buzzing Memphis rapper Moneybagg Yo reveals the track list of his upcoming fourth studio album, A Gangsta’s Pain today. The 22-track collection will include features from Kaash Paige, BIG 30, Future, TripStar, Polo G, Lil Durk, Jhené Aiko, and Pharrell. Pre-order and pre-save A Gangsta’s Pain – one of the most anticipated hip-hop projects of 2021 to date – HERE. Available on all digital retailers this Friday, April 23rd via CMG/N-less Entertainment/Interscope Records.

This announcement follows Moneybagg’s recent string of singles “GO! (with BIG30),” “Hard for the Next” featuring Grammy award-winning artist Future and “Time Today” which recently achieved Gold status by the RIAA, reached #1 on radio and is currently charting on Billboard’s Hot 100. In addition to plugs from Pitchfork, Complex, Hypebeast, Consequence of Sound, and more, Brooklyn Vegan noted, “Memphis rapper Moneybagg Yo continues to rise and remains prolific. The music video has amassed over 28 million YouTube views and counting since its release in late-March.

Additionally, Moneybagg Yo to host ‘First Listen’ Live Stream Listening Party where he will play brand new tracks and chat with Apple Music super fans ahead of the release of massively anticipated album A Gangsta’s Pain. Live-stream event, hosted by Apple Music’s Ebro Darden, begins Thursday, April 22 at 8:45 pm PT / 11:45 pm ET on Apple Music.

PRE-ORDER MONEYBAGG YO’S, A GANGSTA’S PAIN HERE

A GANGSTA’S PAIN TRACKLIST:

1. Memphganistan (Ft. Kaash Paige)

2. Just Say Det

3. GO! (With BIG30)

4. Wockesha 

5. Shottas (Lala)

6. Hard For The Next (With Future) 

7. If Pain Was A Person

8. I Believe U (Ft. TripStar)

9. Time Today 

10. Interlude

11. Free Promo (Ft. Polo G & Lil Durk)

12. Hate It Here

13. Love It Here

14. Clear Da Air

15. Projects

16. One Of Dem Nights (Ft. Jhené Aiko)

17. FR

18. Certified Neptunes (Ft. Pharrell)

19. Change Da Subject

20. Least Ian Lie

21. Bipolar Virgo

22. A Gangsta’s Pain

MONEYBAGG YO SHARES VIDEO FOR TITLE TRACK “A GANGSTA’S PAIN” – WATCH HERE

Celebrates The Success Of His No. 1 Album, A Gangsta’s Pain

Multiplatinum recording artist, Moneybagg Yo shared the video for his track “A Gangsta’s Pain.” In the video directed by Ben Marc, the Memphis superstar celebrates the victory of his recent No. 1 album, also titled A Gangsta’s Pain. After spending two weeks at No. 1, he took to Instagram to share a message on his continued success, “Took my pain and turnt it to some millions.” WATCH HERE.

On A Gangsta’s Pain, Moneybagg showcases his versatility as an artist – he opens up with some of his most powerful tracks yet, but he also turns up with indisputable and inimitable bangers. Among those, it boasts singles such as the hard-hitting Shottas (Lala),” platinum-selling Time Today, “Hard For The Next” [feat. Future], and the recent anthem GO!” [feat.BIG30]. The 22-track opus earned widespread critical acclaim upon arrival. Billboard applauded his “authentic stories that connect to both the hearts and minds of the streets.” Meanwhile, UPROXX observed, Moneybagg Yo steps out of his comfort zone to conquer A Gangsta’s Pain on his pensive new album.” Rolling Stone highlighted “Certified Neptunes” [feat. Pharrell] as a “Song You Need To Know.

Praise for A Gangsta’s Pain:

“Moneybagg Yo keeps working his way to the top”  Billboard

“Memphis’s own Moneybagg Yo goes big on his fourth full-length album”  – Fader

“At his best, the stalwart Memphis rapper excels at heart-on-sleeve, bluesy songwriting, and his new album shows him deepening and opening up.  –Fader

“Moneybagg Yo has had a good year so far with his career and this album
should be the icing on it all.”  — V Magazine

“This consistency coupled with a steady improvement from project to project has brought the rapper a new cast of supporters as his artistry becomes more and more refined.” – UPROXX

“With a barreling flow growing more refined by each project, Bagg’s at his best these days” – Okayplayer

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BANKROLL FREDDIE x “ADD IT UP”

Rising Arkansas rapper Bankroll Freddie stays true to his name, counting up the stacks on his new hustler’s anthem “Add It Up, out today via Quality Control/Motown Records. Freddie’s first release since signing with Motown is a celebration of his success; he takes the occasion to flex the price of his new cars, neck-breaking jewelry, and designer clothes. The single arrives alongside a cinematic video that finds the rapper running countless cash through a money machine and speeding through his hometown of Helena, Arkansas.

Backed by haunting keys and thundering drums, Freddie catalogs every comma on this ominous trap banger. He raps with unshakeable confidence, his Southern drawl enhancing the nonchalance he shows in spending his pocket change. While Freddie celebrates leaving the streets for the industry, he delivers a flex in nearly every line: “40 on my AP / Wait until I cop the Lamb, gone make these niggas hate me.” Keenly aware of the envy he’ll inspire, Freddie asserts his place in the rap game with a confidence as impressive as his stacks of cash.

Add It Up” comes on the heels of Freddie’s 2020 debut album, From Trap to Rap, which boasted features from Lil BabyYoung DolphLil YachtyMoneybagg YoTay KeithRenni Rucci, and more. In May 2020, he released “Quarantine Flow”, a rapid-fire track that showed off his dextrous lyrical gifts. “Add It Up” is just the first of many 2021 tracks from one of Quality Control and Motown’s most promising talents.

Listen to “Add it Up” HERE or Watch HERE