Check out Rollin Stone, a new Gangsta Grillz mixtape that J. Stone and DJ Drama collaborated on, below.

The project, which has 19 tracks and has numerous A-list guests, was published on Wednesday (January 4). Juicy J, the late Young Dolph, Curren$y, Daz Dillinger, Stalley, G Perico, and others join J. Stone on the tape.

The Generation Now co-founder Leighton Morrison and fellow All Money In rapper Cuzzy Capone were both in the studio when the All Money In rapper posted footage of DJ Drama recording an a capella verse for Rollin Stone on Instagram.

Check the records, Drama rapped, “Slauson guy shit, that shit started with Nip / 25/8 mindstate no breaks, n-ggas could never relate.”

A few hours after the mixtape’s release, Stone published a new post to mark its ascent to No. 4 on the iTunes Hip Hop/Rap Albums chart.

“Press Play. We’re just getting started…” Asap! The Nipsey Hussle associate captioned the photo with “#GangstaGrillz.”

A post shared by J. Stone | All Money In (@jstone_allmoneyin)

J. Stone’s The Definition of Sacrifice, which was published in June 2022, is followed by Rollin Stone. The Definition of Loyalty, the first installment of Stone’s Definition series, which started in 2019, was followed by that album. The Definition of Pain, the second chapter, was published in 2020.

On the other side, DJ Drama is extending his successful run with Gangsta Grillz with this most recent release. With multiple high-profile releases from artists including Tyler, The Creator, J. Cole & Dreamville, Jeezy, Snoop Dogg, Jim Jones, Dave East, Symba, and others, the Philly native has revived the series in recent years.

Mr. Thanksgiving discussed bringing back Gangsta Grillz and his Snofall project with Jeezy in an interview from November.

He remarked, “I’m grateful for the resurrection of Gangsta Grillz and the many tasks I’ve completed this year. To avoid forgetting any, I don’t even want to begin naming them. However, the Jeezy Snofall is certainly making headlines right now.

“I’m thankful for that day,” said Jeezy, “for the feeling we restored together, the mix between me and Jeezy and what we contributed to the game, and to be here 17 years later bringing out a monster project that people are truly praising and talking about.”

I’m Really Like That, the upcoming solo album by Drama, is slated to include notable artists like Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Baby, Gucci Mane, Offset, Lil Durk, Roddy Ricch, Jack Harlow, Freddie Gibbs, Doe Boy, and more.

Below you may listen to Rollin Stone by J. Stone and DJ Drama:


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