The ‘Wopsters’ Take Over GQ Style + T.I.’s Son Domani Gets Political In ‘Paris’ Video + Future’s Back-To-Back Albums Make History
Folks In the “A” are doing it big! Gucci Mane and his fiancée Keyshia Ka’oir are posing it up for GQ Style, T.I.’s son Domani touches on political issues in his new video “Paris” and Future makes history with his back-to-back albums on the music charts. Everything inside…
Life after prison is more than good for Guwop!
Gucci Mane and his fiancée Keyshia Ka’oir bring their Atlanta love to GQ Style. The Wopsters are featured in the fashion magazine and they’re all wrapped up in love.
Keyshia shared the lovey dovey photoshoot flicks on her social media accounts. It’s unclear if the lovebirds will be featured on the cover or if its just a photoshoot, but we do know they look great in the pictorials.
Gucci and Keyshia are currently wedding planning for their upcoming nuptials on October 17th after Gucci popped the question courtside at a Hawks game back in November. Congrats again to the happy couple.
Over the weekend....
The Wopsters stepped out to celebrate Gucci signing his first artist, Ralo, to his new imprint 1017 Eskimo Records at Josephine Lounge on Sunday.
Love was all in the club.
In other Atlanta news...
T.I.’s son Domani Harris is following in his father footsteps to become a rapper, but he’s creating his own lane in hopes that people will value him as a credible rapper and not just the son of a rapper.
"People think it's easy for me because of my family background," Domani tells Paper Magazine. "Some don't want to give me credit or think that everything is just handed. I know I'm breaking out on my own and have my own style, it's not easy for me even though people think it is."
The 16-year-old just dropped visuals to his track “Paris” featuring Bankroll Mafia’s London Jae. He’s not rapping about how much money he has, the designer threads he’s wearing or how many chicks he can pull. He’s serving up mature lyrics about police brutality, homelessness, racism and black-on-black crime.
"I wanted open people's eyes at the end by showing what's really going on in the world today," he says. "There's so much going on all around us, I wanted to reel the audience in and create an emotion."
Vibe out to his melodic record above.
In other Atlanta rapper news...
It’s one hell of a week for Atlanta.
Future is enjoying the fruits of his labor after his self-titled album and his HNDRXX album took over the Billboard 200 music charts. He just became the first artist ever to served back-to-back No. 1 debuts in consecutive weeks.
Back to Back No.1
— FUTURE/FREEBANDZ (@1future) March 5, 2017
His self-titled album was bumped to the No. 2 spot after HNDRXX was released, so he currently holds the No. 1 and No. 2 spot on the Billboard 200. It’s clear the streets are loving Future’s more personal bodies of work.
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Photos: Keyshia's IG/ATLpics.net/Future's IG