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Loso Loaded Returns with "Full Throttle" Single

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Loso Loaded's latest single titled "Full Throttle," produced by Ville is now out. Bases Loaded's own, Loso is back with another hit following his popular and highly-demanded verse on SahBabii's "Pull Up Wit A Stick" track.

"This is by far one of my hardest songs ever and I got the best dance to go with it. Hope y’all ready! Going Full Throttle with no brakes on whatever you focused on!!!”

- Loso Loaded

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Twitter: @LosoLoadedVL  | Instagram: @losoloadedvl



Atlanta's Lotto Savage Debuts Lates Single, "Trap No Mo"


Lotto Savage gives us his first release of 2019 for everybody that has lost loved ones to crime or drugs. The well-known and respected Atlanta recording artist’s latest single titled, "Trap No Mo" is produced by Florida producer Stupidxool and has the streets buzzing over the release.

"Comin’ where I’m from, the streets of ATL (Westside), hard times staying in trouble with the law in and out of jail story of my life I don’t wanna Trap No Mo! God & Bases Loaded Records gave me a better opportunity to provide a living and future for me & my family."

- Lotto Savage

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 Instagram: @1lottosavage | Twitter: @lottosavage21



@gucci1017 Releases Surprise 'Free Bricks: Zone 6 Edition' Project with @1future

Blogged by: Georgia Doll

For long time fans of Gucci Mane and Future, you know the Free Bricks mixtape which dropped in 2011 was a big deal. To get a surprise project as a sequel, that's an even bigger deal. Gucci and Future teamed up to create a six-song project with production by some of Atlanta's top producers: Metro Boomin, Zaytoven, and Southside, which was released in less than 24 hours of being started.

A day after the EP dropped, Gucci Mane had an interview with Miss Info and he stated: 

“Last night, me and Future met up in Atlanta. We ditched our entourages, we didn’t book my usual studio, or his usual studio…it’s like we knew we wanted to fly under the radar,” says Gucci. “There was like this positive competition in the room. I’d hear him go in on a verse, and I knew I had to step up.”

“He would say, the same back, and we knocked out 6 songs so crazy that I knew we couldn’t just sit on it. We talked about recording some more, adding more songs. But I didn’t want to over think it or over plan things. Even Future didn’t think we were dropping this tonight. This is the freshest it can get. These joints ain’t even 24 hours old. That’s like bringing you in the studio with us.

Check out Free Bricks: Zone 6 Edition and let us know what you think about it: