Muhfucka good luck. Buddy pulls up with his contribution to the Godfather Of Harlem soundtrack. Produced by J. White Did It and Harmony Samuels, the Compton rapper warns his enemies on behalf of Bumpy Johnson. The track follows Rick Ross and Cruel Youth’s “No Bark When I Bite“, also off the EPIX crime-drama series’ season […]
Hello Brooklyn. Young M.A and Fivio Foreign spit game for the hotties with “Hello Baby”, their new collaboration produced by Mike Zombie Chased with Zombies’ laid back production, the two Brooklynites drip with thug appeal and work their stunting charms for the thotties. Can’t have ’em, baby. “Hello Baby” follows Young M.A’s “Successful” track and […]
Heads up. After bringing “Aluminum Oxide“, Mithril Oreder brings KXNG Crooked, Canibus, Locksmith, and Pyrit for their latest collaboration. Over a roarding production and a sped-up hook, KXNG, Bus and Locksmith each body the mic with their witty metaphors and complex flows.
Thumbs up. Kash Doll’s “Thumbin” through hundreds all day with her new paper cut. Counting along to CoalCash Blac and Knox This That Wave’s beat, the Detroit rapper gets in her bag and stacks her bread effortlessly for the broke ones. What’s in your wallet?
Big guap, oh my. Trippie Redd turns up with Playboi Carti on “Miss The Rage”, the latest drop off Trippie Redd’s upcoming album, Trip At Knight. Produced by Loesoe, the two rappers deliver their unapologetic raps and their savage lifestyle.
Guess who’s back. Flipp Dinero’s back like he’s never left with his first single of the year. Produced by Sonni, the “Leave Me Alone” hitmaker from Brooklyn ushers in his return and compliments it with riches with Kasino. This marks Flipp’s first record since last year’s “No No No” featuring A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie […]
Gang Gang. Chief Keef puts on for his crew on his new collaboration featuring Ballout and Tadoe. Produced by Young Malcolm, Sosa, Ballout and Tadoe mob with their crew and rep their Glo Gang to the fullest. Bang bang.
You don’t know. Coi Leray explodes on her brand new single, “Bout Me”. In anticipation of her upcoming It’s Mine, the “No More Parties” hitmaker unleashes a rapid flow on getting money and brushes off her naysayers. Mind your business.
Konichiwa, bitches. Fredo Bang’s pretty fluent with the opps on his brand new release, “Oppanese”. Over a Uno Reyes, PJONTHETRACK, and Blvck Uzi’ production, the Baton Rouge lets his choppa sing and pops off on his haters and enemies. Bang bang.
Get lost. False starts and hearts not how they play on Tech N9ne and Hush’s new collaboration off their upcoming BL1GHT album. Over the DamThaProducer’s beat, the Strange Music wordsmith and rap-rock MC lament on fake love and deceit.