This hip-hop filled Christmas Eve continues with more new work from producer Mike WILL Made-It. As usual he comes through with a stash of new joints featuring many of the South’s finest. He also switches it up a bit as this edition features a couple of R&B joints from Rihanna and Kelly Rowland. Download link and tracklist after the jump!
While up at Power 106, producer Mike Will Made It ran down the features on his upcoming mixtape EST in 1989 Pt. 2.5 (Dec. 24th), and in the midst of all that, he slipped a couple of new cuts onto the air, one with Young Jeezy and another with Jerome from Martin‘s show.
Having one hell of year would be an understatement when it comes to Mike Will Made It. Not only has he stayed atop of the charts for much of 2012, by releasing a series of mixtapes and serving up massive hits to the likes of Rihanna, Juicy J, Future, Brandy and Justin Bieber, the Atlanta born native closes out the year in grand fashion with a tee shirt collaboration with Fli Pelican Clothing. Simple and straight to the point, the t-shirt, available in both black and white (with red print), features the hitmaker’s signature drop we’ve all become accustomed to throughout the year. Look out for further details regarding the release date of this tee and be sure to check out Fli’s site for that “F*ckin Problems” joint.
Mike Will is definitely one of the hottest hip-hop producers of the past year. He’s provided hits for some of the South’s finest including 2 Chainz, Young Jeezy, Future, Juicy J & more. Today those artists, and more, return the favor by being a part of the follow-up to his very impressive debut Est. In 1989. Hit the jump for all the features and the download link!
Karmaloop tV catches up with producer Mike Will, the beat-maker behind 2 Chainz’s latest hit “No Lie” with Drake, to discuss the creation of Tity’s newest track, touches on his previous work with Gucci Mane at the age of 17 (recording 20 songs with him in 3 days), collaborating/recording with pop-star Justin Bieber as opposed to someone like 2 Chainz, how he knows a song is a hit, Fruity Loops’ impact on the [producing] game, and more.