Lil Twist Released From Jail

Lil Twist is free.

After being sentenced to one year in jail for assault, Lil Wayne’s protégé has been released. The 24-year-old was able to get out early, only serving seven-and-a-half weeks.

“I’m Home ! Thank God! #YM,” he wrote on Instagram earlier this week. “Thank God! Man! That’s not a place for nobody,” he added yesterday. “#YoungCarter Otw!”

I Thank God! Man! That's not a place for nobody! #YoungCarter Otw!

A post shared by !@ Lil Twist #TeamTwist (@liltwist) on Mar 30, 2017 at 8:49am PDT

In November, before being locked up, Twist announced a new EP, Young Carter. “bruh i been workin on this new ep im prepping called YOUNG CARTER,” he wrote. “on my life this shit is fire AF!!!!”

On Nov. 30, Twist was sentenced to a year in L.A. County jail for allegedly breaking into former Nickelodeon actor Chris Massey’s apartment, stealing his Rolex, and beating him up back in 2014.

In February, Twist reportedly turned himself in for a one-year sentence. He was released from jail two months later.


New Music: John Wic & Migos – ‘Same Thang’

John Wick might be a vicious assassin played by Keanu Reeves, but John Wic is also the latest signee to Migos’ YRN imprint.

Ahead of his upcoming One Gunman mixtape, Wic unleashes “Same Thang,” a collaboration with Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff, that allows him to introduce himself to new fans.

“Migo gang everything,” raps Wic. “Yes I do gang bang / We are really not the same / Won’t miss, perfect aim.”

Meanwhile, Migos asserts its claim as game changers. “Ni**a, we changed the game,” raps Takeoff. “On the Nawf ni**a, I made my name / Want the cash ni**a, fuck the fame / I can’t change, that’s how I came.”

One Gunman, John Wic’s first project under YRN, drops April 14. Listen to “Same Thang” below.