Waka Flocka, Curren$y and Jae Millz Release Mixtapes
February 15, 2013 | Shay M.
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Waka Flocka, Curren$y and Jae Millz have all recently released free mixtapes. Get the scoop on each and find download links below.
Waka Flocka, Duflocka Rant 2
Despite having just released the fourth installment in the Salute Me or Shoot Me series, Waka Flocka Flame is back with yet another mixtape. The latest free offering is a follow-up to the Brick Squad rapper's 2011 Duflocka Rant. This time, he enlisted the help of several rappers for the project, including Lil Wayne, French Montana, Ace Hood and fellow members of his BSM crew: Gucci Mane, Young Scooter, Wooh da Kid and Ice Burgandy. Producers Lex Luger and Southside contribute beats to several of the trap anthems. Sixteen tracks give fans a preview of the sound the Riverdale MC hopes to capitalize on in his upcoming album, Flockaveli 2.
Curren$y, New Jet City
Curren$y dropped his latest mixtape, New Jet City, last week, furthering his reputation as one of the most prolific rappers in the industry. The project features collaborations from Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, Jadakiss, French Montana and southern rappers Juicy J and Trinidad James, among others. DJ Toomp, Harry Fraud and Lex Luger contributed on the production side. When asked about his upcoming retail album, Spitta told AllHipHop.com that he is already working on the LP, which will reportedly feature collaborations with Ski Beatz. The upcoming tape with Wiz, Live In Concert, will no longer be a free download, however, since the two had to shell out a lot of money to get all the samples cleared.
Jae Millz, Dead Presidents 2
Jae Millz released the sequel to 2010's Dead Presidents last week. The tape features all original music without pre-owned beats or the freestyles that other rappers often use as filler. Guests include Troy Ave, Fred the Godson, Vado, Twista, Charlie Clips and labelmate Gudda Gudda. The 23-track affair finds the MC in fine form. Jae Millz never strays from his lyrical prowess, despite his waning popularity.