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Yo Gotti | Moneybagg Yo | Blac Youngsta Invades Columbus Georgia CMG & Friends

The Bridge Is Hip Hop has exclusive coverage of the premiere 2018 Concert In Columbus GA March 10,2018 for the first time ever CMG will take the stage as a team rocking the city thousands will flock to see the trio rock the stage and we heard more exclusive surprise guest will be added stay tuned to the Bridge for more exclusive detail of this epic event. Medallion Entertainment & AMS Music Entertainment has partnered to bring the city a monumental event that will be talked about for the rest of 2018, and they have secretly let us know the rest of the roster and we can assure you this will be a show you don’t want to miss.

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Lil Wayne reunites Turk and Kodak Black for “Fuck How It Turn Out” G-Mix.

Lil Wayne reunites Turk and Kodak Black for “Fuck How It Turn Out” G-Mix.

A few days a go, Turk revealed that Lil Wayne would be joining him and Kodak Black for the official remix of “F*ck How It Turn Out.” No one was exactly sure when it would be dropping but it’s always exciting to hear Wayne got something coming, even if it’s just a verse. Today, Turk releases the official G-Mix with an additional verse from Wayne.

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Lil Wayne comes through with a menacing verse on “Fuck How It Turn Out” remix. The song originally surfaced before the new year but Turk grabs Weezy to kick off 2018 with a strong effort. The track’s production was handled by DJ Swift and Dubba AA who bring a classic Southern feel to the track. The two producers created a beat that was a perfect fit to bridge Kodak Black and Turk’s style but as usual, Wayne can hop on any beat and make it sound like he’s home.

https://soundcloud.com/originalhotboyturk/hotboy-turk-fk-how-it-turn-out-feat-lil-wayne-kodak-black-prod-by-dj-swift-dubba-aa on #SoundCloud

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THE LEGACY OF DJ SCREW

Live a life so uniquely you that your legacy lives on long after you’re gone.

DJ+ScrewRobert Earl Davis Jr., Better known as DJ Screw was born July 20, 1971 in Smithfield, Texas. At the age of 12 after seeing the movie Breakin’, his interest in Hip Hop Culture was sparked. Around this time he developed  a curiosity for DJing after playing with his mother’s turntable. He was given the name DJ Screw jokingly by a friend who noticed that he would destroy records he didn’t like with a screw. Although he began DJing as a pre-teen his signature Chopped and Screwed style didn’t emerge until much later around 1990.

Recognized by many as one of the most important figures in southern Hip Hop. During his short time he was responsible for launching the careers of several legendary rappers in the city of Houston, Texas as well as influencing countless acts all over the country. @traebn @lilflip713 @zromocitydon @donke713 Fat Pat, Big Moe & Big Hawk @djred_screwedupdeejay