It’s been nearly twenty years since Gangsta Boo, Three 6 Mafia’s only female member at one point in time, dropped her smash hit “Where Dem Dollaz At.” Since then, it’s become a hip-hop classic that remained untouched for almost two decades. Now, the legendary emcee has decided to reach to the new school and recruit Asian Doll and Cuban Doll for a modern-day iteration of it. It’s striking how little has changed in terms of the song’s concept and how it relates to the modern day and age. All in all, it’s great to see the old school extending the olive branch and helping the new – after all, there’s been bad blood between Golden Age and New Age hip-hop for years. But now, let “Where Dem Dollaz At (Remix)” be the first inkling of togetherness between parties.
Listen to “Where Dem Dollaz At (Remix)” below.
@RealRobotJones and @TheTeeta drop a holiday banger in “Sleigh”
Robot and Teeta have a jolly ole’ trap record that’ll get you through the winter holiday. “Sleigh” is an adventurous listen that’ll captivate even the most hesitant of fans with its enrapturing energy. Robot’s forever-weird vocals contrast with Teeta’s magnetic ones perfectly. You’ll enjoy the fierce interplay.
Listen to “Sleigh” below.
@IAMLEVIHINSON’s new album ‘FAREWELL SUMMER’ is out now
Levi Hinson, out of Oklahoma, has his shit together. The 18-year-old rapper has released his new album FAREWELL SUMMER. It’s every bit as smooth and melodic as one would imagine, judging that his last single, “PHANTOM” is every bit as flowing as river water. To see everywhere it can be checked out at, click here.
Check out FAREWELL SUMMER below.
@IAMLEVIHINSON releases new single “PHANTOM”
Hailing from Oklahoma, Levi Hinson is out of this world. His new single “PHANTOM” is magnetic and earnest; a necessary combination to make noise at this level in rap’s extremely busy ecosystem. He croons with effortless ease on “PHANTOM” that makes it one of the strongest tracks you’ll hear this month. Be on the lookout for his new project, FAREWELL SUMMER, dropping in December.
Listen to “PHANTOM” below.