RTS Triplets ft. Gucci Mane – “Where Ya Loyalty At” (Video) – UndergroundHipHopBlog.com

“Where Ya Loyalty At” is just one of the singles on a upcoming album by up and coming RTS(Real Triplet Shit).

The song was originated around experiences the Triplets faced and or still facing in their lives as young black men growing up in Baltimore City. The (410) only seems to be a place where the word “Loyalty” has no more meaning or value to it in the streets and the negative vibe can also follow you home where your own family can’t seem to show that they know the meaning of the word neither. Featuring the iconic music mogul & the creator of “Trap Music” Gucci Mane(C.E.O. of 1017 Records) a.k.a. Guwop, Trap God, El Gato the Human Glacier, etc.

All three artist in order from 1st to last on the track Tripl3t, Gucci Mane & Relly Baby each give you guys a descriptive glimpse into the disloyalty that they received in their lives.

Real Triplet Shit and Gucci Mane team up to ask everyone “Where Ya Loyalty At” which is actually one of the greatest questions of all time.

Watch “Where Ya Loyalty At” below.

Follow RTS Triplets on Twitter: @rtstriplets



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Adam Snow taps Gucci Mane & OMB Peezy for " Pray For Me" • Word Is Bond

In these times, we all need a prayer or some sort of refuge from time to time. In this case, producer Adam Snow crafts a sombre, reflective backdrop for rappers Gucci Mane & OMB Peezy to paint their hustlers tale for all to hear. The 2 emcees bring their unique perspective to the table as they dwell on the obstacles they face but with their minds set on achieving their goals all things are possible.

 

Producer Adam Snow releases his new single and self-produced video for “Pray For Me,” featuring OMB Peezy and Gucci Mane. Reflecting on life in the streets the two rappers trade bars about their resilience.

 

Keep up with  Adam Snow | Soundcloud : Facebook : Twitter : Instagram



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Big Boi – In The South ft. Gucci Mane, Pimp C (video)

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Gucci Mane – Members Only (video)

 

 

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