The young Toronto rapper Jazz Cartier makes a frantic, claustrophobic form of rap music. So it’s cool that the people at Red Bull have teamed him up with the hitmaking Atlanta super-producer Mike Will Made-It, possibly bringing out Mike Will’s backpacker side in the process. “Nobody’s Watching,” the new track that Cartier and Mike Will … More »
“Perplexing Pegasus” is a great title for a Rae Sremmurd song, and now it’s the title of an actual Rae Sremmurd song. On the heels of Swae Lee’s recent hit “Unforgettable,” the brothers Sremm have shared the first taste of the upcoming SremmLife 3. “Perplexing Pegasus” was produced by WiLL Made It, and … More »
Mike WiLL Made-It has shared a video for “Perfect Pint,” a track off of his most recent album Ransom 2 that features Kendrick Lamar, Gucci Mane, and Rae Sremmurd. The video’s a trippy drive down a long desert road that features everyone in different speeding cars (or in an astronaut costume, in Gucci’s case). More »
In anticipation of Lady Gaga’s halftime performance at this Sunday’s Superbowl, Billboard reached out to several of music’s most notable figures to ask their favorite and most memorable halftime shows from history. From Migos to The Chainsmokers to Mike Will Made It, the music industry’s most recognizable names chimed in to give their best Superbowl throwbacks just in time for this weekend’s game.
Andra Day, Mario and The Chainsmokers’ Alex Pall said that, in their opinion, the best halftime show ever was performed by the late Michael Jackson during Superbowl XXVII. Even though Jackson was his favorite, Alex Pall said that from now on, Bruno Mars and Beyonce should take over halftime shows.
“We still don’t know how he teleported around the stadium like he did but it was the most awesome thing ever. But since Michael is gone, we need to just let Beyonce and Bruno do every Super Bowl henceforth, no discussion. I’m pretty sure the entire world would get on board with this plan.”
Jeezy was in agreement with Pall, as he cast his vote for Bruno Mars’ Superbowl XLVIII show. “I like that guy, man. We should get in the studio — I have to hit him up.”
Migos’ Quavo said that Janet Jackson’s Superbowl XXXVIII show was the most memorable, while Chase Bryant chose The Rolling Stones and their Superbowl XL performance.
Finally, Mike Will Made It chose Beyonce as his favorite halftime performer, citing her iconic Superbowl 50 showcase.
This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: The Chainsmokers, Migos & More Reveal Their Favorite Superbowl Halftimes Of All Time
It’s hard to believe given how ubiquitous his beats were back in 2012 and 2013, but in some senses Mike Will Made-It had his biggest year yet in 2016. With Rae Sremmurd and Gucci Mane’s “Black Beatles,” he scored his first #1 single, and he was also involved with Beyoncé’s song of the year contender … More »
(AllHipHop News) Mill WiLL Made-It has announced a new festival in his hometown of Atlanta to benefit young people, and those less fortunate, just in time for the holiday season.
The hit producer behind has organized a variety of events beginning next week on December 19, through his WiLL’s Making Wishes Mater Foundation.
The non profit org will host Mike WiLL’s “Wish Fest,” which will kick off in conjunction with Radio One’s Christmas Angels Event on Monday.
The following day, his hit rap group Rae Sremmurd will host foster kids and homeless kids during a fun evening at Andretti Indoor Karting and Games. The rest of the week will feature a “Single Mom’s Dinner,” and a “Senior Holiday Party.”
The week will end on December 28 with the “Beats and Basketball Suite Night with Boys2Men,” event, where 20 boys from the Boys2Men Home & Sanctuary for Youth will join Mike WiLL on the court for the National Anthem at the Atlanta Hawks vs. NY Knicks game.
Poor Usher. Poor Jeremih. Poor Trey Songz. R&B’s workmanlike radio superstars churn out jam after jam, some of them truly transcendent, yet only rarely do they actually transcend. When they do, it’s often by hopping aboard whatever stylistic wave is reigning that year — think of Usher’s electronic dalliances like “OMG” — than by appealing … More »
(AllHipHop News) Mike Will Made-It was likely riding high from Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles” being the number one song in the country.
However, the producer of the SremmLife 2 track recently experienced a rough moment on the road.
Mike Will announced he was involved in a hit-and-run accident.
The EarDrummers captain wrote on Instagram:
Made-It out !
Thank God for AMG
Survived a hit n run late last night, some drunk dude ran a red light, straight into me at an intersection we both had to be going at least 55mph, he left his car down the street trying to pull off, and then dipped off on foot like Foris Gump …… still Dnt know how I survived this one w/o a scratch, only thing I can do is thank the man upstairs for shielding me in that AMG .
— Mike Will King Midas (@MikeWiLLMadeIt) November 27, 2016
God is too good …
— Mike Will King Midas (@MikeWiLLMadeIt) November 28, 2016
Made-It out ! Thank God for AMG Survived a hit n run late last night, some drunk dude ran a red light, straight into me at an intersection we both had to be going at least 55mph, he left his car down the street trying to pull off, and then dipped off on foot like Foris Gump …… still Dnt know how I survived this one w/o a scratch, only thing I can do is thank the man upstairs for shielding me in that AMG .
A video posted by Mike Will (@mikewillmadeit) on
(AllHipHop News) Rappers Rae Sremmurd have landed a second week at the top of the U.S. pop charts with their ‘Mannequin Challenge’ anthem “Black Beatles.”
The Gucci Mane collaboration, which soundtracks many of the celebrity freeze-offs posted online, keeps The Chainsmokers’ former number one “Closer” pegged to two on the new Billboard Hot 100 countdown, while The Weeknd’s “Starboy” is steady at three.
Ariana Grande’s “Side to Side,” which she performed at the American Music Awards with Nicki Minaj on Sunday night – before landing Artist of the Year honors, jumps into the top five at four, while Twenty One Pilots, who also performed at the AMAs, round out the top five with “Heathens.”
The song “Black Beatles” can credit its popularity to the #MannequinChallenge, where social media users post videos of people freezing in place as “Black Beatles” plays in the background.
The hit single was produced by Mike Will Made It.