DJ Kay Slay assembles the team of AZ, Mysonne and Papoose for “Story of My Life” from his Big Brother album. The trio of emcees tackle domestic abuse and look to uplift the African American community by being positive role models.
Papoose grabs Fetty Wap to provide the hook for the Harry Fraud produced joint “Pickin’ Up Bags.”
The Bawse replaces Fat Joe and drops by to lend some bars to Papoose’s “Back On My Bullshit.”
Consequence is joined by Peedi Crakk and Papoose for “Say My Name.” Although Peedi is only there for the ad libs, Papoose and Cons deliver all you need with lyrics.
Somehow, Papoose and Remy Ma have come out of Love & Hip Hop looking like regular people. It’s quite the amazing feat. In the interim, Pap drops off the video for the “Back On My Bullshit” featuring Fat Joe and Jaquae.
We all know what a rough year 2016 was. A lot of people we grew up with were lost and Papoose drops “Obituary 2016” in memory of those who passed away.
Papoose, Fat Joe and Jaquae fire a number of punchlines into the air on “Back On My Bullshit.” Hoodie Season 3 is coming.
Hip Hop’s first family of rhyme show up and show out on Funkmaster Flex’s freestyle series and bless the instrumentals for “NY State of Mind” and “Where I’m From.”
Papoose takes a break from murdering microphones for a hip hop love song alongside Remy Ma and Nathaniel on “Black Love.”
It’s hoodie season and Papoose drops the visuals to “Darkside” where there’s a whole lot of ass whooping going on. Clearly, you cant cross Papoose without consequences and repercussions.