Gunplay’s New Album Drops Next Month
Back in 2013, Jay Z dropped a Timbaland- and Swizz Beatz-produced loosie just to taunt the Washington news hounds. That song, called "Open Letter," took aim at those who said he and his wife's vacation to Cuba was unfair or unpatriotic, rapping that he could "turn Hav…
Stream Snootie Wild’s New Mixtape

Today (May 14), Memphis rapper Snootie Wild drops his latest mixtape, Ain't No Stoppin' Me. The long-awaited project features Gunplay, Blac Youngsta, Chinx and Boosie Badazz, who appears on the just-released "Hatin'." Preceded by "12," "Rich or Not" and "Play Wit' …
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Gunplay’s ‘Living Legend’ Album Is Dropping in May
New single "Tell Em Daddy" available on iTunes next week! For the fans! Fans get to hear it first before the bloggers!!! #forthefans #livinglegend #tellemdaddy #gunplay #bilderburg #itunes
A video posted by GUNPLAY (@itzdonlogan) on Mar 8, 2015 at 8:53am PDT

Gunplay fans can rejoice.…
Watch Gunplay Try and Wrestle an Alligator
#Latepost caught a fish n da gator stole my yitt!! Dats why imma #Canes fan!!
A video posted by GUNPLAY (@itzdonlogan) on Feb 24, 2015 at 8:47am PST

Gunplay (Don Logan?) loves to go fishing. Back in 2012, the Florida native filmed a 10-minute short called Gon' Fishing that followed him on a …
Gunplay “The World Is Mine”
Gunplay has one last statement to make before the clock strikes 12. The MMG rapper wants everyone to know about his ownership status over the third planet from the Sun with his new track "The World Is Mine." The uncharacteristically uptempo dance track is the latest single off his …
A Guide To Diss Songs In 2014
In recent years it has seemed that the sacred art of the perfectly-crafted diss song has gone out the window. Gone are the days of "Takeover" and "Ether," "How To Rob" and "New York, New York." Instead, sneak disses, subliminal …

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