Love and Hip Hop Lineage to Legacy cast includes Remy Ma and Papoose

To celebrate Black History Month, VH1 is airing a two-part Love and Hip Hop special in 2022. Combining the worlds of Love and Hip Hop and Black Ink Crew, Love and Hip Hop Lineage to Legacy sees eight cast members trace their lineage and get some ink in the name of their legacy.
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The Weeknd, Gunna, Papoose and More – New Projects This Week

We're a few days into a new year and the big releases are already rolling in. This week, there's an album from a Canadian crooner who is known to demolish the charts, a former 2019 XXL Freshman with inarguable drip—pun intended—a Brooklyn rap veteran with insurmountable bars and more.

Papoose “Obituary 2021”

Papoose pays his respects to the lives lost on his annual Obituary series. From DMX to Young Dolph, to Biz Markie, John Madden, and Betty White among others, Pap salutes some of entertainment’s greatest icons who passed away in 2021. R.I.P. online earn. Start generating extra cash online from...

Papoose Praises Lil Wayne & Explains How “Thought I Was Gonna Stop” Came About [Video]

Papoose recently sat down with Vlad TV for an interview about his new “Thought I Was Gonna Stop” single featuring Lil Wayne that you can check out below. In their conversation, Pap revealed how the collaboration came together including how he reached out to both Tunechi for the verse and to Timbaland for the beat, which he says they both showed love to him.

Album: Papoose ‘October’

Papoose is having an epic run with his monthly releases, and ushers in the new month with his OctoberEP. Featuring seven new tracks, October includes “Not A Regular Nigga”, “Silence The Critics”, “Couple Therapy”, and more. Both Fabolous and Jermaine Dupri are found on “I Got A Plan”, while Manson, Downtown, and Capo appear on “Comrades”. Production wise, Cool & Dre, Stan The Man, and E-Dubb lend their services from behind the boards.

Lil Wayne and Papoose dropping new music video this week.

Lil Wayne teams up with Brooklyn's top lyricist to show why they won't be stopping anytime soon. Papoose who's also known best for his underground hit record "Alphabetical Slaughter" has finally made it to the big leagues. Recently Pap and the New Orleans goat released the new hit single "Thought I Was Gonna Stop" that has fans around the world anticipating the music video. This Thursday you can expect to see the music video on every platform directed by Street Heat Films. The Music Video is expected to be premiered on Youtube Live, Instagram, and Facebook simultaneously.

Lil Wayne Joins Papoose On Timbaland-Produced ‘Thought I Was Gonna Stop’ — Listen

Lil Wayne has been on a crazy run of features this year that has been turning even those who have been skeptical of him in recent years eat their words. Most recently, he dropped a verse on a Run The Jewels remix and of course last night, he teamed up with Rich The Kid for their collaborative album Trust Fund Babies. You can stream that here.

Papoose ‘June’

Papoose is halfway through the year, and keeps it moving with his new EP, June. Locked in with seven new tracks, the EP includes production by Swizz Beatz (“Combative Soldier”, “Production Murder”), as well as “Stay Dangerous” featuring RJ Payne, the Vado-assisted “No Turning Back”, and more. June follows his...