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Examples of "iamsu"
In May 2013, Iamsu! began his first headlining tour, in promotion of his mixtape "Kilt II". On June 6, 2013, Iamsu! released "Kilt II". Production on the mixtape was primarily handled by Iamsu! along with other members of The Invasion. It was met with generally positive reviews from music critics.
In January 2014, Iamsu! announced the album during his freestyle over YG's "Who Do You Love?". In the song Iamsu! raps, "Did the tour, got signed, now the album coming." Four days later, Iamsu! elaborated about the album to hip hop magazine "XXL", revealing the title and the projected release date of April 2014. He describes the work as an autobiographical concept album.
"UP! (Beat The Pussy Up)" is the debut single by American hip hop recording artist LoveRance, featuring vocals from recording artists Iamsu! and Skipper P. The song was produced by Iamsu!. The official remix from the featuring 50 Cent.
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(Travis Barker featuring Kid Ink, Ty Dolla Sign, Tyga and Iamsu!)
On February 13, 2013, both Iamsu! and Problem, who they had met for the first time at the "Function" video shoot, released a collaboration mixtape, titled "Million Dollar Afro". The mixtape was praised by Tom Breihan of Stereogum and "Spin" named the mixtape one of the best rap releases of 2013. On March 5, 2013, "Spin" named Iamsu! as the tenth "Hottest MC in the Game". The mixtape serves as the sequel to Iamsu!'s third mixtape, 2012's "Kilt".
On February 5, 2014, Iamsu! released "Yesterday". It was released as a thank you to fans following the retail release of "Only That Real". Then in mid-February 2014, HBK Gang released their Heartbreak Camo Pack clothing line in San Francisco, California. Guests at the launch were treated to a surprise show by Iamsu! and a physical copy of a new EP titled "Camo", which Iamsu! then uploaded to SoundCloud. The three song EP featured guest appearances from rappers Dizzy Wright and Sage The Gemini. Production on "Camo" was provided by Iamsu!, Sage, and YPOnTheBeat. Also during February 2014, Iamsu! officially signed a deal with Warner Music Group-owned Alternative Distribution Alliance who will promote his album, while he maintains creative control, but with an industry edge to get his music into physical stores. On March 26, he hosted a listening party at the 333 Recording studio in New York City for "Sincerely Yours".
The album's first single, "Backflip" featuring YG and Iamsu!, was released on November 7, 2014. On January 14, 2015, the music video was released for "Backflip" featuring YG and Iamsu!. The album's second single, "Tied Up" featuring Dej Loaf, was released on April 27, 2015. On June 9, 2015, the music video was released for "Tied Up" featuring Dej Loaf.
He was featured along with J. Stalin and Kool John on a Rayven Justice track in February 2015, also releasing a number of solo singles around the same time. On March 21, 2015, he performed at SXSW, and afterwards announced that he'll be opening for Iamsu! on Iamsu!'s spring "Eyes On Me" tour.
American hip hop recording artist Iamsu! has released two studio albums, nine mixtapes and 25 singles (including 18 as a featured artist).
"Urban Farmer", another of Berner's albums, features Iamsu! from The HBK Gang on two tracks; and the Jacka, Rydah J. Klyde and San Quinn on "21 Gunz".
Gang Forever is the debut studio album by American hip hop collective HBK Gang, founded by rapper Iamsu! The album was released on August 12, 2013.
On October 2, 2012, Iamsu! releaseed his previous mixtapes: "Kilt", "Young California" and "Su! The Right Thing", on iTunes for sale. On November 12, 2012, Iamsu! released another mixtape, titled "$uzy 6 Speed". This mixtape features guest appearances from Juvenile, Problem and Wiz Khalifa. It contained the single "Mobbin'" and received critical acclaim upon the release. On February 13, 2013, both Iamsu! and Problem, released a collaboration mixtape, titled "Million Dollar Afro". The mixtape would be praised by Tom Breihan of Stereogum and "Spin", and was named mixtape one of the best rap releases of 2013. This mixtape features guest appearances from Juvenile, King L, Bad Lucc, Too Short, Omarion, Short Dawg and Wiz Khalifa, among others. To promote the mixtape, he been touring with Problem on the 10-stop "Million Dollar Afro Tour". On March 5, 2013, "Spin" named Iamsu! as the tenth "Hottest MC in the Game".
The hip-hop collective HBK Gang, or The Heartbreak Gang, is primarily composed of friends who met while attending high-school in the San Francisco Bay Area, specifically Pinole. They founded the collective in 2008 while still in school, and members as of 2013 include Iamsu!, Kool John, P-Lo, Sage the Gemini, Skipper (or $kip), CJ, singer Rossi, Dave Steezy and Jay Ant, with rapper Iamsu! first starting to found and organize the group in 2011.
In May 2013, Iamsu! began his first headlining tour, in promotion of his then upcoming mixtape, titled "Kilt II". On June 6, 2013, Iamsu! released "Kilt II" as a retail mixtape, for free and to iTunes on July 9, 2013. The production was primarily handled by Iamsu!, along with other members of The Invasion. "Pitchfork Media" gave the mixtape a 7.5 out of 10 rating saying, the mixtape "doubles down on all of his strongest and most likeable qualities: Largely self-produced, high-energy, and creative, it shows Iamsu! continuing to transform from a promising, agreeable Bay Area rap figure into a burgeoning star." "Spin" would also praise the mixtape saying, "As much a showcase of Iamsu!'s production prowess as it is evidence of his unique lyrical skills, the new tape is an enjoyably bumpy ride through treble-y bleeps, bassy bloops, tinny drums, and hard-hustling vocals." Following its release, he told HipHopDX that he was working with Wiz Khalifa and 2 Chainz on their upcoming albums "Blacc Hollywood" and "". He would eventually appear on "Livin", taken from 2 Chainz album "B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time" (2013).
Iamsu! was also featured on Sage the Gemini's 2013's hit single "Gas Pedal", which peaked at number 29 on the US "Billboard" Hot 100, making it both artist's first top 40 entries and their most successful single to date. On August 12, 2013, Iamsu! and his group HBK Gang, released a compilation mixtape, titled "Gang Forever". On December 3, 2013, Iamsu! released "Hipster Girls as the second single from "Kilt II". On January 3, 2014, Iamsu! released a remix to YG's "Who Do You Love", where he was hinted at being signed and planning to release his debut album. On January 7, 2014, he announced that his debut album would be titled "Sincerely Yours" and be released in April 2014. He also confirmed that the first single would feature Sage the Gemini. On January 28, 2014, he released the album's first single, titled "Only That Real", featuring Sage the Gemini and 2 Chainz. The album was then set for a May 13, 2014, release date. Following the release of his debut album, Iamsu! released a collaboration album with Problem, titled "Million Dollar Afro 2" and another HBK Gang project.
Cabin Fever 2 is the eleventh mixtape by American rapper Wiz Khalifa, it was released on October 16, 2012. The mixtape features guest appearances from Problem, Iamsu!, Menace, Juicy J, J.R. Donato, Chevy Woods, Lavish and French Montana.
Trackademicks has collaborated with many other artists including Kamaiyah, J*Davey, Kid Sister, Kool A.D., Phonte of Little Brother and grammy nominated Foreign Exchange, Lyrics Born, Iamsu! from HBK Gang and Teedra Moses.
His debut album "Banco" was released on July 29, 2014. The album features guest appearances from Twista, Casey Veggies, Iamsu!, Mac Miller, Trinidad James, Too Short and Chuck Inglish.
Sincerely Yours is the debut studio album by American rapper Iamsu!. The album was released on May 13, 2014, by HBK Gang and Warner Music Group's Alternative Distribution Alliance. Recording for the album took place during 2013 and 2014. The album's production was handled by Iamsu!, other members of The Invasion, Tha Bizness, Jake One, Trackademicks and Chase N. Cashe, among others. Iamsu! collaborated with various artists on the album including 2 Chainz, Wiz Khalifa, Too Short, E-40, Berner, Dizzy Wright, along with HBK Gang members Sage the Gemini, Kool John and Skipper. The album was supported by the singles, "Only That Real" featuring 2 Chainz and Sage the Gemini and "I Love My Squad".
Upon its release, "Kilt II" was met with generally positive reviews from music critics. Pitchfork Media gave the mixtape a 7.5 out of 10 rating saying, the mixtape "doubles down on all of his strongest and most likeable qualities: Largely self-produced, high-energy, and creative, it shows Iamsu! continuing to transform from a promising, agreeable Bay Area rap figure into a burgeoning star." "Spin" would also praise the mixtape saying, "As much a showcase of Iamsu!'s production prowess as it is evidence of his unique lyrical skills, the new tape is an enjoyably bumpy ride through treble-y bleeps, bassy bloops, tinny drums, and hard-hustling vocals." "The Fader" said, Iamsu!'s "laid-back delivery are definitely appealing, but it's the sticky, moody production touches—like distant, eerie synth sparkles, from Invasion member P-Lo, or swelling strings—that make "Kilt II" so fun and absorbing.