|Run Ricky Run (feat. Telli)||Concrete Rose|| |
|Ball Drop||Ball Drop|| |
|God Level||God Level|| |
|Super Flexin||Concrete Rose|| |
|Gun Fu (feat. Keith Ape )||Concrete Rose|| |
|Grown Man||Concrete Rose|| |
|Money Machine (feat. Manolo Rose)||Money Machine (feat. Manolo Rose)|| |
|Gang Gang Gang||Concrete Rose|| |
|DFY (Dysfunctional Youth)||DFY (Dysfunctional Youth)|| |
|2 Dope Boyz (feat. Rowdy Rebel )||Concrete Rose|| |
Chad Marshall is an American rapper from Brooklyn who is signed to GS9 and Epic Records. He is a member of the Brooklyn-based GS9 crew alongside fellow rapper, Bobby Shmurda. Rowdy Rebel appeared in Shmurda's video for "Hot Nigga" and has been featured on an official remix of the song alongside Fabolous, Chris Brown, Busta Rhymes, Jadakiss, and Yo Gotti.
Roland Collins, better known by the stage name Troy Ave, is an American rapper from the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City. His moniker derives from Troy Avenue, a street near his boyhood home. In November 2013, his first studio album, New York City: The Album, was released. It debuted at number 47 on the US Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. He was named in XXL magazine's 2014 Freshmen Class.
Lionel Pickens, better known by his stage name Chinx, was an American hip hop recording artist from Queens, New York. He was a member of the Rockaway Riot Squad alongside fellow slain rapper Stack Bundles. Chinx later joined French Montana's Coke Boys Records. He was best known for his appearances on the Coke Boys mixtapes and the Cocaine Riot mixtape series. He was killed by an unknown assailant through a fatal gunshot wound after a drive-by shooting in Jamaica, Queens, on May 17, 2015.
David Brewster, Jr., better known by his stage name Dave East, is an American rapper from East Harlem, New York. He gained attention in 2014 from his mixtape Black Rose. Since the release of his mixtape, East has been signed to rapper Nas' label Mass Appeal Records and has made a number of guest appearances. On October 1, 2015, East released his mixtape titled Hate Me Now with features from Nas, Mack Wilds, Pusha T and more. In 2016, East was chosen as part of the XXL magazine's 2016 "Freshman Class".