Recently super producer SupaHot Beats (AKA: WillPower) had a session with Trinidad Jame$. With SupaHot Beats creative and southern style mixed with Trinidad Jame$‘ eclectic style this is guaranteed to be a hit. This is actually a good look for both. With Trinidad Jame$‘ recent buzz, and WillPowers production credits on records like Trunk Muzik with YelaWolf, Nikkiya, Rittz, and the whole Slumerican Crew this is def a good move for NewAtlanta
I swear her voice is one of a kind. So sultry, but can cut through you like a hot knife through butter at the same time. South Carolina’s Nikkiya returns with Alibi, produced by WillPower, which will be on the upcoming re-release of SpeakHer, appropriately dubbed SpeakHer Overload. Look out for that on iTunes and DJ Booth May 1st.
It’s an amazing thing. When you first look at Gangsta Boo’s new situation, your first thought is, Yelawolf really resurrected her career! Which is true in a sense, and she even recognizes the buzz it created, but if you actually listen to her feature on Throw It Up, you soon realize she is the one carrying the song. 3 Little Digs caught up with the Ms. Lola Mack and spoke to her about the standout track on Radioactive. Cop that below on iTunes today.
Wanna get Radioactive today? All you have to do is go to your favorite mp3 spot or your local compact disc dealer. Simple enough right? Well, if you want a peice of the 3 bonus cuts, your gonna have to hit that iTunes link below. Here is one of those said tracks, I See You, produced by WillPower. The album was worth the wait for true Yela fans, who will love the sound he has put together with Will and others. Stream only. Cop it today!
I love when songs drop in the wee hours of the morning. Especially a song of this calibur. The most interesting collaboration in years, and the most anticipated track off Yelawolf’s upcoming Radioactive, debut’s courtesy of Fader. Catfish Billy has his boss Eminem lay down a verse, but Gangsta Boo steals the show coming in hardbody on the chorus, then gives us her Memphis style over a haunting, cinematic piano. Another WillPower production. Get Radioactive November 21st. Stream only.
I promise you Nikkiya will be a household name within a couple years. Reason one, her talent is undeniable. Reason two, WillPower is too on top of his game to fail. Here is the remix to one of her stand out songs, When I Was High, off her LP SpeakHer. The song features Slumerican’s Rittz and the most successful independent rapper in the game today, Tech N9ne. WillPower on the beat of course. This shit cray!