The rap news cycle never ends. Today, online personalityJonny Fastlane focuses on Keri Hilson catching heat for a coronavirus conspiracy theory, Griselda signing a new female rapper, Hitmaka getting accused of assault and more. Let’s talk hip-hop!
The legendary MC revealed the release date for what could be
his final album on Thursday. Fat Joe is releasing his new album Family Ties on December 6. The “Yes”
performer revealed the collaborations and release date on Instagram.
“It was only right that I share my family with you and
yours,” Joe said on Instagram. Eminem, Cool & Dre, Lil Wayne, Anuel AA, Cardi B, Mary J. Blige, Jeremih, Ty$, Boi-1da, and Hitmaka are all featured on
the album dropping next week.
The hip-hop legend’s new album could be the finale he
revealed in an interview with 99 Jamz in Miami. Joe claims that the quality of
the work that he’s presenting is a strong album to retire off of. Of course,
Joe is decades into the genre and has earned his spot as a legend in the game.
Hitmaka just released the video for ‘Thotbox’ (remix) featuring Young M.A., Chinese Kitty, DreamDoll, Dreezy and Mulatto.
Formerly known as Yungberg, Hitmaka has had one heck of year producing hit after hit proving he’s a producer with a force to be reckoned. Hitmaka’s catalog as a producer has earned over 28 million digital sales and 5 billion streams, stemming from credits with artists like French Montana (“No Stylist” featuring Drake), Chris Brown (“Party” featuring Usher and Gucci Mane), Big Sean (“Bounce Back”), and 2 Chainz (“Rule the World” featuring Ariana Grande). Now back with the remix to his song ‘Thotbox’, he brought the ladies in rap together for an anthem-type track.
Mulatto from Jermane Dupri’s show The Rap Game proves she’s all grown up with her seductive bars and clothing. Young M.A, brings her Brooklyn style and the flow we’ve come to love. Chinese Kitty breaks out her sex kitten flow with straight bars and confidence that makes her a fan favorite. Dreezy can go to bar for bar with the most successful rapper to date and DreamDoll switches up the flow and cadence to the piano keys leaving the song.
Set to be a classic due to the surefire lineup of dope females it’s safe to say that female camaraderie is back on the rise.
Check out the video below.
Who remember’s this classic ladies anthems. Let’s give it up for the ladiesssss!