Upon reaching 10,000 Facebook fans, Gerald decided to liberate this SLot-A-produced track as a token of his appreciation. PREVIOUS: D Bridge – Origami f. Gerald Walker & Chance The Rapper
I'm not sure who D Bridge is, but he collaborated with a couple (2)Dope mainstays on this smooth track "for the lead single of his forthcoming project." Uh, did the song just cut off prematurely at the end though?
Like he always does at this time, Gerald releases his 2012 holiday project for everyone to enjoy. I'd much rather listen to this than the joint Cee-Lo did with those Muppets. Tracklist and link down bottom.
Gerald's 2012 holiday project will drop November 27th, and this time around you can also cop either a tee or crewneck with the physical copy. Check out the EP's tracklist down bottom.
Gerald made his headlining debut in Chicago a few weeks ago, and here is a visual recap of the sold-out show. PREVIOUS: Gerald Walker & Cardo – On Your Side Part Deux (FreEP)
Just in time for the Ravens/Browns game (have you ever been excited to see a ref this much before?) comes the Milwaukee spitter and the Taylor Gang beatsmith's second effort. Tracklist and link down bottom.
Directed by Nelson Moran Gerald and Cardo On The Beat will finally drop their second collaborative effort, On Your Side Part Deux, tomorrow (September 27th). PREVIOUS: Gerald Walker & Cardo – Get High To Get By f. Bryant Stewart
Off Gerald Walker and Cardo's upcoming project, On Your Side: Part Deux, due out September 27th. PREVIOUS: Gerald Walker – Here’s To Us f. Jack Freeman & Shye | Gerald Walker & Cardo – Walk On Water Or Drown
Gerald's On Your Side Part Deux also drops this Thursday (September 27th). PREVIOUS: Gerald Walker & Cardo – Walk On Water Or Drown
Gerald and Cardo will drop the sequel to 2011's On Your Side on September 27th.
directed by Xavier Ruffin Believers Never Die is a great project. You should already have it by now, though. PREVIOUS: Gerald Walker – A Part of Me (Video)
Directed by Erikson Corniel If the Samurai Rabbit can get a new solo deal off of a handful of verses, then Gerald should have been signed many moons ago. I'm just saying. PREVIOUS: Gerald Walker – Can’t Have It All At Once
Milwaukee-based Pizzle grabbed the homie Gerald for this track off his upcoming Depreciated Art EP. I can rock with this.