Chicago rapper Dreadrock just released a new single. Here’s Dreadrock’s freestyle version of Corona’s The Rhythm of the Night! Check this out!
Swervnation is thrilled to announce the release of Dreadrock’s new album, Swervinglanes3. This project is the follow-up to Swervinlanes, released in 2016, and Swervinlanes2,album released in January 2020. The album contains 12 songs, and it is Dreadrock’s sixth.
The project features music with deep beats like “From Where I Started’, with a piercing sound and a smooth and enveloping cadence. Another song from this album, “This Year”, produced by Winiss Beats, features his freestyle rap style. In October 2021, iTunes charted this song.
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Dreadrock’s new album Swervinglanes3 will be released on Friday, August 12th. Some of the singles released so far, including This Year and From Where I Started, have already gained a lot of attention.
This project features 12 songs, including Thots, which features texas rapper Peso Peso.
Dreadrock give us visuals to his single “Being Cool”. The track is part of the mixtape “No Pen, No Pad” hosted by DJ Shon (@worldfamousdjshon). Check this out:
“Mob vs Mufasa” by Mufasa is out now on Livemixtapes, hosted by DJ Shon (@worldfamousdjshon).
- 01. Mufasa – Mufasa (Intro) (2:24 )
- 02. Mufasa – Dread (Feat. Mod Mud Bros) (3:02 )
- 03. Mufasa – Chess (3:03 )
- 04. Mufasa – Frauds (2:03 )
- 05. Mufasa – I Don’t Kno (1:54 )
- 06. Mufasa – Opp Party (1:59 )
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As announced by Lil Durk, he is teaming up with Metro Boomin to create his next project. The two artists will work together on the project. Durk discussed the album with Ebro for an Apple Music interview. Below is the interview:
The final night of Glastonbury 2022 was headlined by Kendrick Lamar following a two-year delay. His set ended with an exuberant performance of “Savior,” where he shouted, “Godspeed for women’s rights; they judge you, they judge Christ!, while he wore a diamond-encrusted crown of thorns on his head. Below you can watch Kendrick’s headlining set.
Dreadrock give us visuals to his single “Believe in Me”. Check this out:
This is Amber Rose’s debut single, “GYHO.”
The track, which is an acronym for “Get Your Hoe On,” finds her putting a provocative spin on the Big Tymers’ 2000 hit “Get Your Roll On.” The song was actually produced by Mannie Fresh, who reworks his original production and makes a cameo appearance in the video.