Its that time of year again, you know Uncle Murda had to give us the real of 2019. The beginning of the song is beyond intense starting the well awaited track off with a familiar diss in regards to r&b singer K Michelle’s hygiene.
The harsh comments towards K. Michelle came from Uncle Murda because she posted on social media a tweet expressing her happiness about Tekashi 6ix9ine’s release.
Tekashi 6ix9ine snitched and many people are upset while others are happy about his choices.
Uncle Murda’s rap up was hardcore but accurate. He talks about people who passed away, relationship drama, music, business and more!
He knows many people don’t like him because he says what is real but he still manages to put out this one diss track if you will that his fans regularly await.
His honesty is most appreciated but those who want to say what is on their mind but really can’t. What I mean by that is imagine if a NFL coach made the same remark Uncle Murda made about Colin Kaepernick. Wouldn’t exactly go well.
In other related news, Uncle Murda will be releasing “Don’t Come Outside, Vol. 2” this 2020. The features include Tory Lanez, Jadakiss, Dave East and more!
Uncle Murda released “Don’t Come Outside, Vol.1” was released on November 24, 2017.
Uncle Murda is back with his annual Rap Up freestyle and this time he begins his ill flow with Ye and Kim K’s robbery. He continues with Ye’s involvement in politics, “Damn, Ye the people don’t trust you, Bush don’t like black people, but you think Donald Trump do, Don’t meet with Donald Trump and talk about us, Ye you ain’t got the answers just like you told Sway.”
He speaks on Game, Meek Mill, Troy Ave, Bobby Shmurda, 50 Cent and many more of your favorite rappers. He misses nothing making sure he mentions new deals, beef, jail time, shootings and everything else notable.
My favorite part is, “Who was on Shade Room? Who was on Baller Alert? Who was on Akademiks? Whose feelings you want me to hurt?” He definlety has no filter and you’ll definitely be entertained with this one.
Rotimi aka Dre from the hit series Power released a remix on Sunday to Drake’s “Controlla” single. Rotimi places a spin on the record by talking about a female pretending to be happy with someone who she doesn’t really want to be with. He keeps it 100 with her and talks about their late night phone calls and relationship.
He opens the song with, “He not the one for you, he don’t do what I do and girl you know its true.”
The song is catchy and as usual Rotimi kills it with his vocals. Check it out below!
Woah! I had the opportunity to interview Brooklyn artists Maino and Uncle Murda this week about their new mixtape, “Yellow Tape (King King & Godzilla).” These two artists are hilarious and real which will show right through this interview. One of the most interesting statements in this interview is Uncle Murda insinuating he slept with Rihanna. Woah!
Check out the interview to hear their favorite lines from this mixtape and more.
I had the opportunity to sit in on the Maino & Uncle Murda Private Listening Session for their new mixtape, “Yellow Tape (King Kong & Godzilla).” The content on the mixtape is real New York Hip Hop, talking about the things that most artists are scared to say especially when it comes to cops, politics, & the non genuine people of the world. Check out the footage from the “Yellow Tape” mixtape listening session and leave a comment below!
Powerhouse, a NYC concert held at the Barclays Center held a pre-party this past Wednesday on 42nd street. Although, the flyer said Rotimi, K Camp, and Alessia Cara would be performing several artists performed as well. Surprise guests included Uncle Murda, Steph Lecor (first lady of We The Best), and many more!
Fans were highly pleased on this July 4th when Trey Songz arrived at Club Purlieu in Queens, NY. The original free tickets for the club was of course sold out, but several lucky fans had a chance to see Trey up close and personal. After greeting everyone he began singing, “Slow Motion” and “Touchin, Lovin.” He also shared some SX liquor with the crowd by personally pouring SX into the cups of the fans.
J.R., Maino, Dave East, and Uncle Murda were also at Purlieu enjoying the club atmosphere. Check out the video above to hear Trey Songz lovely vocals and joyous women screams!