While on air with Bootleg Kev, Chamillionaire breaks down the reasoning behind him leaving Universal, why Ultimate Victory didn’t move as much commercially as his debut Sound of Revenge, his unreleased Venom LP and what’s on the horizon.
Two weeks after dropping the Blu-assisted “Church West Texas,” M.i and producer Tyler Keyes enlist Chamillionaire and Corbett (who was heard on Saigon’s “Best Thing That I Found“) for the second single off their upcoming Pushing Keyes project, dropping May 16th.
After sharing the first leak “Hold Up” last night, Chamillionaire offers up two more joints from his Elevate EP (which is available now). Take a listen to “Slow Loud & Bangin’” below and hit the jump for “Overnight.”
Off Cham’s Elevate EP; which is available now.
While I’m not much of fan of artists tackling other people’s beats, I actually wished more artists got on this Hopsin joint. Seems to bring the best out of an artist. What up Nancy?
“I have decided to release a visual for the fans that have been patiently waiting for me to finish my Poison album. I know it has been a while since the last release, but just know that the wait will be more than worth it. This is a stand alone song/visual that it isn’t on the album or any project, but I hope you enjoy this first offering.”
Chamillionaire adds a verse to Mike Bigga’s R.A.P. Music track.
Koopa’s latest release comes over DJ Drama’s We In This Bitch instrumental.
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Koopa sticks to the G code and kicks some lines over 2 Chain and Drake’s No Lie.
The Weeknd Lee-Lonn providing the hook, Cham hits the net with another release. Over Melanie Fiona’s original.
Another one off Krizz Kaliko’s upcoming album, Kickin’ & Screamin’, dropping May 15th. Shouts to Sermon.