THIS SHIT HOT !!
Consequence released a snippet of this back in January and many were wondering when we’d hear a full version. This is state to premiere off his upcoming Movies On Demand 3 mixtape.
Click link twice to hear the track: consequence feat kid cudi -on my own
Natalia Noemi Cappuccini is an English singer-songwriter, actress and short-film director who performs under the stage name Natalia Kills. Kills was born in Bradford, West Yorkshire to a Jamaican father and Uruguayan mother. She was raised in Leeds, London and Barcelona, studying at the Yorkshire College of Music and Drama and at age fourteen she moved to London to pursue her passion in dramatic art. Both her parents taught and trained professionally in combat sports and were award winning martial artists. She was partly raised by her grandparents.
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Atlanta rapper Future has been buzzing down south for quite a while with the help of some of the ATL’s best known DJs backing his steadily growing movement. Gaining notoriety for providing the hook and allegedly writing Yung Chris’ smash hit “Racks,” Future has stepped on the scene as an act to check for after dropping his Dirty Sprite mixtape at the top of the year then following up with the True Story mixtape last month.
Future is attempting another splash with a new track “Tony Montana” featuring some bars from Drake. Lifted off the upcoming mixtape from Xclusives Zone and DJ Esco Freshly Baked, “Tony Montana” employs an eerie Lex Luger track with Future crafting his rhymes that were apparently inspired by the cult classic film Scarface and the film’s title character