Harvey Stripes makes his way from Miami to Atlanta to promote his single featuring Yo Gotti, "For Real". Tonight, Harvey will be at the infamous Magic City to celebrate the single and put Atlanta onto his latest sound. Watch for Harvey at Pinups tomorrow night!
Signed to Gotti's Collective Music Group (CMG) since 2013, Snootie Wild first made waves on the c charts with his debut single "Yayo". Since then, the rapper has released his debut EP "Go Mode", which features six tracks as well as his 2015 mixtape, "Ain't No Stoppin' Me."
The rapper's latest single will make you forget all El Chapo hype. Called "El Pablo", it pays homage to the original Colombia kingpin, Pablo Escobar. "Despite the evil Pablo Escobar is known for, what I noticed in my research of him is the genuine passion he had for his people because Colombia was so poor," Snootie explained to FADER. "I connect to that. That's me. Everything I do in music is for my people, my city, Memphis."
Check out "El Pablo" below and grab it on iTunes.
DNDMG affiliate and the boss over at CMG, Yo Gotti, has jumped on a track for an unlikely duet with Meghan Trainor. The singer behind the smash hit "All About That Bass", is set to release her album on May 13 and the single — "Better" — will appear on it. As for Gotti, he is set to head out on “The Endless Summer Tour” with Logic and G-Eazy this summer.
“Let’s talk about that four letter word: love,” Gotti raps on the track, which he also co-produced with Mr. Franks. “I think you deserve a king. I think you deserve the world and everything in it.”
Check out a snippet below.
Harvey Stripes continues his promo for his latest full-length release In God We Trust. And as he does so, he continues to document the trip thanks to in-house photographer Ty Black of ShotByTy. This time around, we see Harvey on the go in some candid shots and link up with his Miami zoes for a shoot.
It's hard to believe it's been more than four years since Harvey dropped his introspective single, "Letting Go." Off of the "A Dollar and a Dream" mixtape, it was the first time Harvey showed fans his vulnerable side with the song addressing a lost love, a murdered friend and a partner Harvey used to rap with. Soulful production by Pro Logic and vocals by Freedom 2 Worship Choir gave the song depth while a video by director Sharpshooter offered a low-key feel.
Harvey Stripes recently travelled to Miami to bring the city his latest release, "In God We Trust". Before throwing his single release party for his collaboration with Yo Gotti on Monday, Harvey made sure to have some images snapped of how he Miami is treating him.
All images by: Ty Black of ShotByTy.com
Image: Blac Youngsta's Instagram
Right before dropping his latest full-length project, "In God We Trust", Harvey Stripes surprised fans with an EP called "Yours to Discover". The release garnered media attention and Noisey (an imprint of Vice News) even called it "one hell of an appetizer".
Production on the release includes Murda Beatz (Migos, 2 Chainz, Chris Brown, Young Thug), Soulja Boy (Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne), Pro Logic (P Reign, Machine Gun Kelly), Andrew Triple-A and Nav, which gives the EP a laid-back, trap-inspired sound that lends itself to Harvey’s street-proof lyrics. Guest appearances on “Yours to Discover” include Soulja Boy, long-time collaborator Hooks, Nav and Layla Hendryx, who is signed to Harvey’s DND Music imprint.
At the time of its release, Harvey said, “After all the work we put in, Harvey Stripes is still a new artist as far as the world is concerned. The new wave of music will definitely remind the fans to revisit some of the past hits and open their minds to Harvey Stripes and my outlook moving forward and onto ‘In God We Trust.’”
Miami, get ready to celebrate the release of Harvey Stripes' and Yo Gotti's collaboration, "For Real". The single release party takes place this Monday at Studio 23. If you know Harvey, you know it's going to be an out of control situation.
Earlier this week, we spotlighted DNDMG affiliate Tory Lanez. Now check out one of Harvey and Tory's collaborations from the end of 2013.
“Hallelujah” was the fifth single from Harv's “A Penny and a Nightmare” project and the two artists took people to church — literally. With Zac Facts behind the camera, the performance visual for “Hallelujah” — produced by Deli — features an architecturally stunning cathedral as its backdrop. But with Harvey rhyming about the finer things in life, his boys shooting dice and exotic beauties seducing the camera, the mood is anything but holy. Let’s pray.
Tory Lanez appears on Harvey's latest project, "In God We Trust."