Lil Durk  Ft Future & Jeezy – Goofy

Lil Durk has sought out a number of hip-hop’s hottest names as collaborative partners throughout 2017, linking up with the likes of Quavo, Lil Yachty, Young Thug, Gucci Mane, and more in a single calendar year. And now he’s back again with a couple of the hardest dudes from the trap, Future and Jeezy, on his new song “Goofy.”,wonder these guys found any room in their busy schedules to make this happen. The self-proclaimed Future Hendrix dropped a pair of albums to kick off 2017, Hndrxx.
“Goofy” sounds exactly what you’d expect a collaboration between this trio of artists to sound like. With some booming bass in the background, Future‘s codeine-laced voice providing the chorus, and Jeezy and Durk rapping about flashy watches, groupies, and driving coupes, it’s the perfect street record to throw on in the car as you ride out the final fumes of summer.
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Kodak Black  Ft Jeezy – Feeling Like

Kodak Black‘s official major label debut is here. Stream his brand new street album Painting Pictures below via Apple Music or cop it on iTunes.Thetracklist hasn’t been revealed until now, and the features are stunning. Future, Young Thug, Bun B, Jeezy and A Boogie all pop up across the 17-track LP.

Ben Billions, Mike WiLL Made-It, Honorable C.N.O.T.E., Wheezy, Metro Boomin and Nav are just some of the beatmakers who contribute production across the album. Check out the complete production creditsDespite dropping an album and a documentary,Kodak can’t celebrate freely. The 19-year-old is currently locked up after reportedly violating the terms of his probation The 18-track LP is lead by theMetro Boomin-produced single “Tunnel Vision,” Kodak’s most successful smash-hit to date, currently at 90 million

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Rick Ross  Ft Future, Jeezy & Yo Gotti – Dead Presidents  

Rick Ross busts out the digital trombones, you know he means business. Trombones serve as the backbone of his newest banger, “Dead Presidents” featuring.Future, Jeezy & Yo Gotti , which hit digital retailers at the stroke of midnight Monday morning. In some ways it’s vintage Rozay, the sort of self-aggrandizing, maximalist tempest Jafar conjured up in Aladdin after he got hold of that magic lamp

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