If you're not on the Flee bandwagon by now, you're doing yourself a major disservice. The Queens bred fire spitter has hit us with nothing but quality releases for well over a year now over production from his longtime friend and producer Cash Cobain, and now they've added a new batch of music to their long standing catalog. Coming through with their new joint project "Flee Cobain", the dynamic duo gift us with 12 new cuts that shine light on the dangerous things they can do in the studio. The project also features two bonus tracks for which Florida's own StoopidXool went behind the boards and provided Flee with some added sauce. These three just get better with time, check this out.
Flee is not only one of the best up and coming acts in 2018, this guy has dropped consistent quality work and now he wants to world to gel with his sound even more. These visuals shot by Strange Nature, show Flee playing all the roles around the table on "Thanksgiving". Cash Cobain blessed us with the production and it's always an emphatic backdrop when he's on the boards. Then in the brief visuals for "My Bitches Shoot Too", Flee takes a couple lovely women for a ride along with some iron. It's great to see a new era artist taking pride in delivering top-tier videos. Ghost Gang is making solid noise, pay attention.
Queen's Flee recently hit the road to get some work in across country, proving no matter the location he can whip up some heat. With his "Queens" visual still buzzing heavily, Flee decided to give us a glimpse at one of the tracks he recently cooked up in Atlanta with producer Cash Cobain. The new track is titled "GGang Wit Me" and has Flee getting vocal in the melodic new banger, showing he can kick bars and hit the high notes. Stop sleeping on the man and check this out.
The Queens takeover continues as Ghost Gang's very own Flee is back with a brand new visual! Flee has tons of hits with producer StoopidXool, and ready to bring a major fan favorite to life, they've shared the new video for "Queens" from their project "Flee Going Stoopid". Directed by Strange Nature, we see FLee and fellow Ghost Gang members ride through the city like a militia. Flee is really up next, check this out.
New York has been and always will be a hotbed for some of the industry's most talented artists. Eyes and ears are constantly on the Big Apple, and as the cliche'd adage goes if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere. Though many artists relocate to the area for extra exposure and support, there's something special about the city's homegrown acts who've gotten it out of the mud and pushed themselves to achieve a level of respect can't be ignored - especially from a local standpoint. The borough of Queens is fully backing their next contender for the crown, and the buzzing Nigerian rapper Flee is proving to be a prime candidate.
Since the release of his "2Flee" EP, Flee has kept his foot on the gas, releasing four stellar projects within the last six months. Giving us more than just filler music to keep up his relevancy, no two cuts from Flee sound alike, which is helping him turn the heads of cultural influencers such as 10.Deep, A$AP, YesJulz and others. Keeping a close knit group of producers, you'll often find Flee alongside beat-makers StoopidXool, Cash Cobain and Roca Beats; but his hard work ethic has helped land him on tracks curated by 16YrOld, Nard & B, Pi'erre Bourne and more. The future is very bright for the budding Hollis rapper, so expect to see tons of more work from he and his Ghost Gang collective as the year progresses. Until then, get familiar with the rising star with our beginners guide to Flee below.
My god, Flee just keeps going! Only a day after sharing a brand new visual alongside Cash Cobain, the dynamic duo has teamed up yet again for the release of a new project! Going crazy for "FLEEview: Cash Edition", we get five brand new tracks from Flee, produced by Cash Cobain and or featuring him as well. These two just might be some of the hottest artists in New York right now and even Florida's StoopidXool hops in the mix so I hope you're paying attention. Check this out.
Flee's melodies are going to change his life in a major way this year and with the release of 3Flee, it's going to be very hard to deny him. Connecting with Roca Beats for three new tracks, this Ghost Gang representative is taking his sound to new heights. Dropping these short projects can be hit or miss for artists because the entire thing has to slap. If even one of these songs is weak, it ruins the continuity of the project and Flee did not miss on here. Pay attention to what this guy has to say, he's making some crazy good music.
Flee and 450 pay allegiance to the Ghost Gang in their new single "Movie". Flee's melodic flows meshed with 450's sped up delivery is a beautiful combination. Produced by BasedTj, this throwed instrumental sets up these guys to rip their verses and chorus. Flee is a hook master and he proved this with projects like Flee Going Stoopid and Happy Birthday Flee. A lot of artists can't deliver on every release and this one doesn't disappoint.
Flee gifts the world with a brand new EP in celebration of his own birthday. These 9 songs are high-energy, diverse records that only strengthen Flee's case for being one of music's best new artists. With production from StoopidXool, Roca Beats, Dolan Beats, and Cash Cobain, Flee has magnificent canvases to flip his flows over. iIs unconventional style is something the world hasn't seen until now. To pick a favorite record would do a disservice to the entire project, but a standout to my ear is "Dolo" featuring Madeintyo. This collaboration will go crazy on the streams and will be added to everyones playlists. From the confidence in his voice to the bounce of each cut, this EP is truly impressive. Flee is flourishing before our eyes, keep going sir.
Flee is back again with StupidXool for a wild, new single called, "Ima Do Me". Flee flexes a near flawless range on this. His lines and references add some humor to his verses, along with his voice control, Flee will be next to pop. This cut is an ode to polygamy and how Flee will explore his options if you decide to play games. Stoopid has given the game so many bangers, it's good to see him continue his career in such a solid manner. This team is a powerhouse, don't forget about Flee in your conversations.