Archive for January, 2020

Westside Gunn ‘Flyest N*gga In Charge, Vol. 1’

Posted in 1 on January 5, 2020 by bobbybounce


Young Gunn

Westside Gunn’s been fly since the early 2000s. With that being said, the Griselda rapper takes it back with his new mixtape, Flyest Nigga In Charge, Vol 1.

At 26 tracks, the project features earlier recordings from the Buffalo rapper and his Griselda familia. Better late than never. Boom boom boom!

Skillz “Rap Up 2019”

Posted in 1 on January 5, 2020 by bobbybounce


That’s all folks.

Skillz wraps up the year with the latest installment of his annual Rap Up series.

For 2019, the veteran MC recollects some of the year’s most memorable events from R. Kelly’s trial to the success of some of this year’s hottest new artistS such as DaBaby, Megan Thee Stallion and more. Elsewhere, he weighs in on Kanye West, 50 Cent’s trolling on social media, and much more.

Uncle Murda “Rap Up 2019”

Posted in 1 on January 5, 2020 by bobbybounce


Says Murda

Uncle Murda isn’t the one who bites his tongue. Such is the case for this year’s Rap Up.

Recapping 2019 in over 10 minutes, the Brooklyn rapper reflects on the highs and lows of the year. I’m his pure comical fo, Murda throws jabs towards the likes of 6ix9ine, K. Michelle, Kanye, Lil Reese, and many more including Oprah. Happy New Year!

Sean Price, Lil Fame ‘Price of Fame’

Posted in 1 on January 5, 2020 by bobbybounce


The price is right, but the Price of Fame is better.

Duck Down has finally unleashed the long-awaited collaborative album from Boot Camp Clik’s Sean Price and M.O.P..’s, Lil Fame, Price of Fame.

The two have been working on the project for quite sometime shortly before Sean’s passing on 2015. After taking “Center Stage” with the first single, the duo share 11 tracks in total with production by Lil Fame and guests M.O.P., Tek, Steele, Rockness Monsta, Conway the Machine, Guilty Simpson, FRESH, Teflon, Rim, and Illa Ghee. Come on down.

Cam’Ron ‘Purple Haze 2’

Posted in 1 on January 5, 2020 by bobbybounce


Purple reign

Cam’Ron continues the powerful music with his seventh studio album, Purple Haze 2.

Serving as the follow-up to the critically-acclaimed Purple Haze from 2004, Cam shows and proves that he’s still got it on the first single, “Believe In Flee“. Killa doesn’t stray away from the soulful production “Big Deal” (The Heatmakerz) and reps Harlem to the fullest with Max B (“My City“). At 16 tracks, guest features include Jim Jones, Wale, Mimi, Disco Black, and Shooter. Killa!