(Video) Blac Youngsta Ft. Lil Yachty – Hip Hopper

Earlier this year, Blac Youngsta linked with Lil Yachty and released the Mike Will Made-It-produced “Hip Hopper”. The two now return with the comical official video. Watch it after the jump!

#MusicStillMatters New Music: Blac Youngsta Ft. Lil Yachty – Hip Hopper

Blac Youngsta joins forces with Lil Yachty for a loose release called “Hip Hopper”, produced by Mike Will Made It. The Memphis rapper makes it clear that he’s not messing with anybody, not even fellow rappers. Lil Boat also drops a verse sharing the same sentiments.

#MusicStillMatters New Music: Lil Yachty Ft. ASAP Ferg – Terminator

Lil Yachty dodged a bullet last week with Funk Flex. The “One Night” rapper was under a lot of heat after his comments on The Notorious B.I.G., and was close to getting flamed by Flex on the Hot 97 Hot For The Holidays stage, but the top dog decided to take it easy after hearing Lil Boat’s apology. Since then, Yachty has decided to step his bar game up and continues to drop some new music. He keeps it in New York this week, teaming up with ASAP Ferg for the making of “Terminator”.

#MusicStillMatters New Mixtape: Lil Yachty & Digital Nas – Lost Files

Lil Yachty has been a hot topic over the past few weeks ever since video surfaced of an interview in which some would say he was coming at the old school, then claiming that he can’t name five Biggie or Tupac songs. But all the backlash isn’t hindering the XXL Freshman from dropping new music. He and producer, Digital Nas went digging in the stash for unreleased songs and put together an EP called The Lost Files.

#MusicStillMatters New Music: Lil Yachty Ft. PartyNextDoor – Buzzin’

In the latest episode of OVO Sound Radio producer Murda Beatz without a doubt got a lot of shine showing off a few songs he worked on. Among those were “Show’ll Is” by Migos, “Cuffed Up” by Quavo featuring PartyNextDoor, and this one here by Lil Yachty called “Buzzin’”, also featuring PartyNextDoor.

(Video) Carnage Ft. Lil Yachty – Mase In ’97

DJ Carnage is known for merging the two worlds of EDM and Hip Hop. Countless times the Chipotle Gang leader has taken young up and coming rappers known for turning up, and uses their energy on his records. We’ve seen this with Lil Uzi Vert, Rich The Kid, and now Lil Yachty in “Mase In ’97”. Watch them turn all the way up in this simplistic, yet very energetic music video after the jump!

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