Have you ever wondered about the beginnings of Moneybagg Yo before he was famous? Now you can get a small peak into the life of Moneybagg Yo before all the fame.
A video entitled “The Influence Of Memphis Rap On Hip Hop” compiles clips and commentary of Memphis rap’s strong influence on Southern rap and hip-hop, past and present.
Two Detroit men, Corey Lloyd, 25, and Curtis Grimes, 23, were paying visits, around the same time, to a Memphis woman named Shantia Riley, 25, who became pregnant while allegedly seeing both men.
Memphis rapper and producer Tommy Wright III and Nashville rapper Rob Dee hit the stage for the first time together.
Memphis rapper Moneybagg Yo stopped by local news station WMC-TV Channel 5 for an interview about his Baggs To School Drive and becomes the weatherman for a day. If you missed it, check it out.
Rae Sremmurd performs their music single “Guatemala” on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Starlito in the music video for the song “No Rules” from off the album “At WAR With Myself Too”.
Drake in the music video for the hit single “In My Feelings” from off the album entitled “Scorpion”.
Rapper Young Buck in the music video for the song “Double Back” featuring Tray 8.
Seed Of 6ix (Locodunit and Lil Infamous) in their visual for their original hip hop music single “I Lean” featuring DJ Paul and KoKoe.
OG Boo Dirty in the music video for the song titled “Wrong For That” from off the 2016 album “Billionaire Dreams”.
Memphis rap legend Kingpin Skinny Pimp in a remix of his 1996 classic music single “Midnight H**s” featuring 8Ball, MJG and Playa G.