Travis Porter (@TravisPorter) Feat Future (@1Future) – Dont We

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SoundCloud: Travis Porter Ft Future – Dont We

Travis Porter links up with Future for their new collaboration track called Dont We. This track will be featured on DJ Iceberg’s upcoming mixtape Monopoly Music 16, which will be available today.

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August Alsina (@AugustAlsina) Feat Jeezy (@YoungJeezy) – Make It Home

August Alsina is back with this brand new track called Make It Home featuring Jeezy. This is the first official single off his debut album Testimony, due out April 15th.


”Do not be moved by what you see. Do not be moved by what you feel. Instead, be moved only by what you believe.”
-Smith Wigglesworth



Via MyFoxAtlanta

Clayton County Police have identified a man who was shot and killed overnight at a home on the 6500 block of Oak Street in Morrow.

According to authorities, the man was identified as 38-year-old William Fernando Barnes or “DJ Nando.” Barnes was a well-known DJ who frequently worked in local adult entertainment clubs like Club Onyx in Midtown and Magic City, which is located downtown.

The incident happened around 4:30 a.m. in front of the home located near Mt. Zion Boulevard. Barnes died, shortly, after the shooting.

Hurricane Dave, program director at local hip-hop station HOT 107.9, said DJ Nando was “well respected” among artists and DJ’s and that he “broke a lot of records” for a number of artists in the Atlanta area.

Clayton County Police have not released any information on the incident. However, they say they’re searching for suspects, at this time

DJ Nando has been a member of Atlanta’s famed Coalition DJ’s since 2008 and was also working on his debut album prior to his passing.

Coalition DJs brass, Nick Love and Xavier “Big X” Hargrove, have issued the following on behalf of the organization:

Today we’ve lost not only a great talent and DJ, but our friend and brother. Nando had a great ear for talent and was highly respected within the DJ community and the music industry at large. DJ Nando played a huge role in the success of Atlanta’s thriving music scene, and was a constant “go to” for labels and artists trying to get their music to the masses.

We’re not engaging in speculation, as we await the final reports from authorities, and ask that you join us in honoring his memory by doing the same. In the coming days we ask for your continued prayers for DJ Nando’s family, friends, his business partner AB and our organization as we work to process this senseless tragedy.

Victims In Rapper Doe B Shooting Are Suing Venue And Owner

Rapper Glenn “Doe B” Thomas

Since the tragic shooting at the Centennial Bar & Grill in Montgomery, Alabama that resulted in the deaths of Hustle Gang member Glenn “Doe B” Thomas and Kimberly Johnson; three lawsuits have been filed against the club. Keldric Landon, 23, filed on Monday along with a joint suit from Clarence Young Jr., 20, and Ferro Bennett, 20, on Thursday. Richard Davis, 24, is the latest to file a lawsuit against the business and its owner.

According to Michael Strickland, representing three of the victims “Young was shot once and Bennett was shot three times…Landon was shot three times.” Davis was also shot three times and had to undergo surgery.

After the December 28 shooting the club was named “an imminent threat to the public’s safety” -Todd Strange (Mayor, City of Montgomery)

Jason Quan McWilliams, 25,  charged with two counts of capital murder and probation violation.

Darius Thomas, 25, charged with two counts of capital murder.