[Hip-Hop/Trap & Street Rap:] Young Jeezy – All There (feat. Bankroll Fresh) // [Trap EDM:] TroyBoi – OG


[Street Rap]
“All There (feat. Bankroll Fresh) – Young Jeezy

Dope boy 95 Air Maxs on
Came from up the road boy you know we tax homes
You want a whole thing? Hit me on the black phone
Hood nigga, Hot Cheetos what I snack on

After quite a long time Atlanta’s voice of the streets, Jeezy, is finally back with the release of Trap or Die 3. One of the first singles off the album “It’s All There,” which posthumously features fellow ATL rapper Bankroll Fresh is making rounds of local Georgia radio stations and beyond.

With a straight “trap” feel, hard beats accompanied by hood instrumental symphonies and some hard bars from Jeezy and Fresh, “It’s All There” has the makings of a Fall trap anthem. Check out more from Jeezy’s recently released Trap or Die 3 here.


[Trap EDM]
OG – Troyboi

Similarly, TroyBoi is back on the scene, though he really hasn’t been anywhere with a new trap track called “OG.” This one is actually a lot more melodic than your usual trap fare, which is to be expected of TroyBoi. The song opens with a calming melody of bells before dropping wall-thumping bass hits and your usual snares. However, before it has a chance to become too stale or repetitive TroyBoi manages to keep the beat progression interesting. His returns to the calming “bell melody” increase the awe factor of “OG” and create a mix-match of relaxation, high energy and suspense.

You can download OG for free from TroyBoi’s Soundcloud.

[ATL Hip-Hop:] Rae Sremmurd – Black Beatles (feat. Gucci Mane) [Prod. Mike Will]

Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles,” a power rock-rap anthem produced by Mike Will is climbing charts.


[ATL Hip-Hop & Rap]
[Music Video]
“Black Beatles (feat. Gucci Mane) [Prod. by Mike Will]” – Rae Sremmurd

Like clockwork I blow it all, then get some mo’
Get you somebody that can do both
Black Beatles got the babes belly rollin’
She think she love me, I think she trollin’

[Audio:]

 

Rae Sremmurd and Gucci Mane are tearing up the charts around the country with their feel good rockstar anthem “Black Beatles.” Though the song has been out since October (the track enjoyed early spins as part of a mix on ATL’s HOT 107.9 FM), it seems many people are just now finding out about the song. Streetz 94.5 FM announced the song had made the top 3 on the charts a few days ago, many after it’s competitor HOT 107.9.

Coming across exactly as the title states, “Black Beatles” is a feel-good rock rap anthem from two very urban rappers. The clash of genres certainly creates a certain amount of rock flair that shines through in the excellent chorus, mesmerizing beat and carefully chosen lyrics. Gucci Mane rounds out the track with some of his first verses since his release. They aren’t exactly GOAT Gucci, but they don’t detract from the overall feel of the song either. If you haven’t already, do yourself a favor and check out this track. You can also check out Rae Sremmurd’s latest album “Sremmlife 2” and Gucci Mane’s recent “Woptober.”

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