Papoose assembles the all-star team of Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, Busta Rhymes and his wife Remy Ma for the video to the remix of “Thought I Was Gonna Stop.” Lots and lots of bars.
PAPOOSE FEAT. 2 CHAINZ, BUSTA RHYMES, REMY MA & LIL WAYNE – THOUGHT I WAS GONNA STOP [PRODUCED BY TIMBALAND]
Papoose would like to send a reminder to everyone that he’s about this rapping and joins forces with Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, Busta Rhymes and Remy Ma for the remix of “Thought I Was Gonna Stop” produced by none other than Timbaland. From Pap’s “December” EP.
Cordae has been on fire lyrically and the emcee incorporates a Black Panther Party theme for “Sinister” and invites Lil Wayne to preach the power to the people.
Papoose goes for the jugular over Timbaland production alongside Lil Wayne on “Thought I Was Gonna Stop.” Pap and Weezy go bar for bar in a collaboration that should have hip hop heads salivating while Timbaland provides bass-heavy production that allows the two rhymeslingers to cook up a vicious assortment of rhymes.
A year after RTJ4 dropped Killer Mike and El-P release a deluxe version of the album including a remix of “Ooh La La” that gets a guest spot from Lil Wayne.
It only took 25 years but AZ’s Doe or Die 2 is finally here. Was it worth the wait? You should probably listen for yourself but one of the standout tracks is “The Ritual” which finds AZ alongside Conway the Machine and Lil Wayne over production from Alchemist. Certified banger.
Benny The Butcher steps into the ring with a pair of Hip Hop heavyweights and holds his own on “Timeless.” With Lil Wayne and Big Sean flanking the Griselda emcee, the trio tear down a Hit-Boy production. From Benny’s forthcoming Burden of Proof, which will be produced entirely by Hit-Boy.
Lil Wayne drops a deluxe edition of his Funeral album with new songs. One of them is “Russian Roulette” and features both Benny the Butcher and Conway the Machine blessing the track.
Raekwon shares another banger from The Wild, this time it’s all about “My Corner” with assistance from Lil Wayne. “‘My Corner’ is a flashback to them good ol’ terrible blocks, and we take you back to all-black outfits,” Raekwon told Rolling Stone. “This record must be played at high volume.
A musical version of the Suicide Squad drops this single for the official soundtrack of the movie. Lil Wayne, Logic, Ty Dolla $ign, Imagine Dragons and X Ambassadors are the bad guys who claim to be a “Sucker For Pain.”