Migos let loose visuals for “See What I’m Saying” off their 2015 mixtape Back to the Bando. The video isn’t particularly unique, although it features some weird visual effects to make it more a fun watch. Content here what you come to expect as well, with Migos firing off lines about rappers who’ve bitten their style and stolen their swag.
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Kodak Black is one of the hottest rappers in Florida and a rising star in the rap game. He’s built his following on social media and while his music might not be for everyone, there’s videos of Kodak performing to crowds who know every single lyric to his songs. Kodak dropped a new video for “Deep In These Streets,” which is sure to keep his buzz high. Counting money and rapping about telling the truth in rap is a tried and true formula, so Kodak sticks to the script while lamping in a jacuzzi with his homies.
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When Dr. Luke isn’t fighting rape allegations, he’s apparently losing staff at his label. “Kemosabe Records and Sony elected to downsize certain departments,” they said. “Some of those functions will be handled by Sony as part of their joint venture relationship. Kemosabe continues to be fully operational and is excited about its current releases and the upcoming year.” It’s been said that the layoffs have nothing to do with his ongoing legal woes, but that won’t stop conspiracy theorists from linking the two.
DJ Khaled has been making moves. He recently signed a label deal with Epic Records for his “We the Best” imprint. His album Major Key will likely be out this year and has already gotten it’s first big collaboration, an alleged song with Jay-Z and Future. Khaled also had a statement about why he designed to sign with the label.
It is a very satisfying feeling to realign myself with someone who shares my vision of bringing fans the best music possible. When I think about Epic Records the first thing that comes to mind is Michael Jackson’s Thriller. An iconic artist with an iconic album and iconic logo. In short I’d like to thank all the people behind the scenes that helped make this partnership a reality.
13 Photos Of DJ Khaled Before He Became The Snapchat King
1. Khaled, Trina, and Fat Joe in 2006.Source:Getty 1 of 13
2. Back in the early 2000s, Khaled was the DJ for Terror Squad.Source:Getty 2 of 13
3. "We the Best."Source:Getty 3 of 13
4. TS circa 2004.Source:Getty 4 of 13
5. Throwback Remy and Khaled.Source:Getty 5 of 13
6. Brothers. Major Key.Source:Getty 6 of 13
7. What a difference a decade makes.Source:Getty 7 of 13
8. Cloth Talk.Source:Getty 8 of 13
9. Khaled and Akon hit up 106 & Park back in the day.Source:Getty 9 of 13
10. They don't want you to be happy.Source:Getty 10 of 13
11. Khaled and Boosie in '08.Source:Getty 11 of 13
12. Giving major keys to Flava Flav.Source:Getty 12 of 13
13. Cash Money meets Cloth King.Source:Getty 13 of 13