Meaghan Garvey on the latest rap tapes from round the web
Mixtape Saturday: FADER contributor Meaghan Garvey breaks down mixtapes from Gucci Mane and Young Thug, Migos and Rich the Kid, and Bloody Jay.
Mixtape Saturday: FADER contributor Meaghan Garvey rounds up last week’s great mixtapes, including Ibn Inglor, The Devil, Shyst Red, and Willie Neal.
Mixtape Saturday: Meaghan Garvey rounds up last week’s great mixtapes, including Freeway & Girl Talk, UNIIQU3, The Guys and Ferrari Smash.
Mixtape Saturday: FADER contributor Meaghan Garvey rounds up last week’s great mixtapes, including Matti Baybee, Doe B, Zuse, and King Deazel.
Welcome back to Mixtape Saturday, a weekly roundup of great rap tapes around the web hosted by FADER contributor Meaghan Garvey.
100s’ glossy pimp rap, Tory Lanez’ of-the-moment interpretations of R&B classics, Kap G reclaims Atlanta’s recent obsession with Mexico, and Key! gets back to basics.
Migos transcend their potential sophomore slump, Dreezy comes into her own, Lil Silk takes weird Atlanta to its extreme and YDG makes the perfect counterpoint to Young Thug.
Lil Herb’s frontrunner for best Chicago release of 2014, Shy Glizzy’s DC meets Atlanta sound, Doughboyz Cashout’s early-2000s homage, and Brenmar’s club music.
On Rome Fortune’s intimate experimentations, Casino maturing from yelling to rapping (albeit loudly), Rocko’s quiet charisma, and K Camp’s feminist take on love songs.