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Jay-Z has released a trio of new bonus tracks off of his album 4:44. The new songs include “ManyFacedGod,” featuring James Blake, and “Blue’s Freestyle / We Family,” which features vocals from the rapper’s five-year-old daughter Blue Ivy Carter. The third track is called “Adnis.”
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Lil Durk is fed up with the fake love, hugs and “wassups” that accompany being a part of the rap game, and he’s quick to separate himself from fraudulent peers on his new track “Industry.”
Durk proclaims “I’m in these streets, you industry,” over riot-inspiring production by Nito Beats, continuing his rant against phony rappers throughout the record.
Stream “Industry” below in Wired Tracks, where you can also check out WatchTheDuck’s new Pharrell-produced heater “Stretch 2-3-4,” Certified Fresh alum Jazz Cartier‘s “I Know,” and more.
Jazz Cartier – “I Know”
WatchTheDuck ft. Pharrell – “Stretch 2-3-4”
Tech N9ne ft. MURS & Ubiquitous – “Blunt And A Ho”
Styles P – “GhostDance”
Rich The Kid ft. Playboi Carti & Kodak Black – “Plug”
Rich The Kid ft. Freddie Gibbs – “No More”
Eryn Allen Kane – Aviary: Act 1
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Freddie Gibbs isn’t taking any prisoners as he roll outs his upcoming Shadow of a Doubt album (due in stores November 20), from which he blesses fans with a pair of new tracks.
Following up where “F*ckin Up the Count” left off, Gangsta Gibbs displays range in his emceeing abilities on the lyrically dexterous,” featuring Black Thought, and a boisterous ManMan Savage assisted trap gem called “Packages.”
Stream both below in Wired Tracks, along with the latest releases from Rick Ross, Big K.R.I.T., G Herbo and Joey Bada$ $ , and more.
Freddie Gibbs ft. ManMan Savage – “Packages”
DJ Clue & Rick Ross – “Get Money (Freestyle)”
G Herbo ft. Joey Bada$ $ – “Lord Knows”
Big K.R.I.T. ft. TUT – “Riding Dirty”
Curren$ y – “Jason (Freestyle)”
Asher Roth ft. Jesse Boykins III – “That’s All Mine”
Lil Bibby ft. Future – “Aww Man”
DMX – “Ain’t Nowhere To Hide”
DP – Designer Casket
Chief Keef – “Stuntin Like My Mama”
Omarion ft. BJ The Chicago Kid – “Game Over”
Eryn Allen Kane – “Piano Song”
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Ask your favorite rapper which artist is next to blow up, and you’re sure to hear West Coast crooner and producer Anderson .Paak’s name come up at least once (or multiple times according to this video).
Listeners echo similar sentiments, as .Paak made waves last year via his free album Venice and with tracks like his Knxwledge collab “Suede.” But 2015 brought a major win in a major role on Dr. Dre’s Compton album (the story was detailed by LA Weekly). Now comes a pair of new releases from .Paak titled “The Season/Carry Me” and “Am I Wrong,” the former of which Dre premiered on Beats 1 Radio.
9th Wonder produced the first half of “The Season/Carry Me,” while Callum Connar handled the second part. Blended Babies crafted the sonics on “Am I Wrong.”
Stream both records in Wired Tracks below, where songs from Wiz Khalifa, couple Lil Durk & Dej Loaf, Juicy J, and more below.
Anderson .Paak ft. ScHoolboy Q – “Am I Wrong”
Wiz Khalifa – “Fucc Day”
Cam’ron & Berner ft. Wiz Khalifa & Young Dolph – “Dope Spot”
Lil Durk ft. Dej Loaf – “My Beyonce”
Chief Keef – “Chicago Zoo”
Juicy J – “U Can’t”
Juicy J ft. Logic – “I Ain’t Fukin Witcha”
IamSu! – “Tell Me What You Want?”
Bankroll Fresh ft. Street Money Boochie – “Get It”
SHIRT x Kenneth Goldsmith – “Theory”
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Today’s Wired Tracks has a G.O.O.D. ring to it. Kanye West’s go-to engineer Mike Dean debuted an extended version of “When I See It,” which is Ye’s take on The Weeknd’s “Tell Your Friends.”
Dean saves listeners the time of hearing West’s autotune crooning, instead letting the rhythms of a hard-hitting bridge bombard your ears. Press play to hear “When I See It,” where you’ll also find cuts from Fame School, Katie Got Bandz, and more.
Fame School ft. Manolo Rose, Dave East & Memphis Bleek – “Tom Ford & Crack Smoke”
Katie Got Bandz – “P-E-T-T-Y”
Sheek Louch ft. Jadakiss – “Sucka Free”
Lyrica Anderson ft. YG & The Game – “Buzzin”
Cousin Stizz – “No Bells (Thelonius Martin Remix)”
Tim Vocals – “I’m Different”
RAST – “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings”
Jayaire Woods – trees42morrow
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Suprise! Chris Brown opened the vaults earlier today, releasing an unheard track titled “Gravity” for fans listening pleasure.
Brown wrote that he recorded this emotional testimony about a bad breakup “a while ago,” though the exact timeline is unclear. The new release came on the heels of the singer formally announcing his next album Royalty, which is named after his one-year-old daughter and drops on November 27.
Stream Brown’s “Gravity” below in today’s Wired Tracks, where you’ll also find Usher’s latest creation “Chain, featuring Nas & Bibi Bourelly, heat from Ty Dolla $ ign, and more.
Usher ft. Nas & Bibi Bourelly – “Chains”
Ty Dolla $ ign ft. E-40 – “Saved”
Iman Shumpert – “Highlight Reel (Hotline Bling Remix)”
John Legend Feat. Stacy Barthe & Lil’ Wayne – “Angel” (Da Internz Remix)
Rich The Kid & ILOVEMAKONNEN – “Tequila Me”
Raven Sorvino ft. Melat – “96 Fleetwood”
SHIRT – “Fight Club”
Chris Rivers ft. Whispers – “What For”
B.I.C. – “McDonalds On Delancey”
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Ty Dolla $ ign surprised fans with news of his new mixtape Airplane Mode, due to release tomorrow (October 13), and delivered the titled track, so you know it’s real.
The Left Coast singer-songwriter produced the song alongside EAZY and Nate 3D of D.R.U.G.S. Expect all of the typical Ty Dolla isms (i.e. your girl can be my girl with ease) to make their way into his lyrics.
Find “Airplane Mode” in Wired Tracks below, where you can also hear Tyler, The Creator’s newly released freebie “F*ck It,” two DJ Khaled records, and more.
Tyler, The Creator – “F*ck It”
Chris Brown ft. T.I. – “Liquor (Remix)”
DJ Khaled ft. Future, Trey Songz & Jeremih – “You Mine”
DJ Khaled ft. Chris Brown, August Alsina & Fetty Wap – “Gold Slugs”
Jeezy ft. Janelle Monae – “Sweet Life”
RetcH – “All Night”
DJ Rude One ft. Your Old Droog – “Mr. Goodbar”
Conway ft. Westside Gunn & Skyzoo – “Sky Joint”
Jarami ft. Jesse Boykins III & Pell – “Wings”
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Miguel gives his Wildheart track “Simple Things” a proper remix to close out the week.
The Los Angeles crooner teamed up with RCA label mate Chris Brown and the currennt king of autotune and croon Future to give the buttery smooth tune some extra life. This time, Nayvadius leaves the true singers to their man their crafts, while he delivers some bars.
Find the “Simple Things (Remix)” below in Wired Tracks, where French Montana’s “Freaky,” featuring Fetty Wap and Monty Zoo, also appears.
French Montana ft. Fetty Wap & Monty Zoo – “Freaky”
Roya ft. Shaggy – “Lie (Remix)”
Sheek Louch – “Bout It Gorillaz”
Tiara Thomas – “Trust Me”
Chris Rivers ft. Uncle Murda – “I Declare War”
Jake Barker ft. Boldy James – “Ambalance”
John Givez – “Soular Power”
Kooley High – “Under the Sun”
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Wale is the frontrunner in today’s Wired Tracks, which highlights his take on Diddy’s sadly slept on single “Finna Get Loose.”
Fans who’ve been following Folarin since the 100 Miles & Running days well aware that he has no qualms showing out on another rapper’s instrumental. Hear how he navigate through Pharrell’s energetic production below.
Joey Bada$ $ – “Aim High”
Jeezy – “Pipe It Up (Remix)”
Tinashe ft. Chris Brown – “Player”
Migos ft. Rich The Kid – “Free Offset (Freestyle)”
Freddie Gibbs & Ski Beatz – “The World is My Ashtray”
Dam Funk & Junie – “Magic”
Sofi Green ft. Stalley – “Ice Cold”
Duane Darock ft. Faith Evans & The LOX – “Just Be Good”
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Icon Janet Jackson has been dishing out sultry tunes for 30+ years, and shows no signs of deviating from the formula on her upcoming album Unbreakable, due in stores October 2.
Damita Jo’s latest track, “S.E.X.L.I.N.E.S.,” samples Melle Mel’s legendary record “White Lines (Don’t Don’t Do It),” though her approach is a lot more, umm, tantalizing. Producer 7 Aurelius (primarily known for his contributions to Murder Inc’s run) is the man behind the music.
Stream Jackson’s “S.E.X.L.I.N.E.S.”and then some in Wired Tracks below.
Golden Rules ft. Freddie Gibbs & Yasiin Bey – “Never Die (Remix)”
Jeezy – “679 (Remix)”
Kirk Knight ft. Noname Gypsy & Thundercat – “Dead Friends”
Katie Got Bandz ft. Jeremih & Chi Hoover – “Bandz Make Me Rich”
Chief Keef – “Tweaker”
Jazz Lazer ft. Sean Kingston, Lloyd & IAMSU! – “After Party”
Que – “Back”
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Run The Jewels treats fans to the Just Blaze-produced remix of “Oh My Darling Don’t Cry.”
Titled “Oh My Darling Don’t Meow,” the track will appear on RTJ’s upcoming Meow the Jewels project, which may be dropping sooner than expected. Here’s the song description, per the duo’s Soundcloud.
A little something to tide you over while we prepare next weeks release announcement. To download this amazing work of art, please visit www.runthejewels.net #meowthejewels #MTJ
Stream “Oh My Darling Don’t Meow” and then some below in Wired Tracks.
T-Pain – “Roof On Fye”
Tech N9ne – “MMM (Michael Myers Mask)”
G-Eazy – “Say So”
Joe Budden – “Slaughtermouse”
Troy Ave – “Narcos”
Sheek Louch ft. Pusha T – “Bang Bang”
Ransom ft. Royce Da 5’9 & 3D Na’Tee – “Soul Killa”
Christina Milian ft. Lil Wayne – “Do It”
Chaz French ft. Saba – “What Ya Say”
Semi Hendrix (Ras Kass & Jack Splash) – “Jesus Pressed Mute”
Neek Bucks, Juelz Santana, Jim Jones & Young King – “Valentino”
Baby E – “Champagne”
Splacc – “Get Dough”
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Recording artist and leader of #EazySeason, G-Eazy releases three brand new exclusive tracks in preparation of his forthcoming sophomore studio album. “Say So”, a heavily hip-hop infused rhythm was released exclusively on The FADER and offers production from Vinylz (Kanye West, Jay-Z, Fabolous). “Friend Zone” produced by Nic Nac is the second cut from G-Eazy’s string of releases and was released exclusively with Power 106. “Friend Zone” features Marc E Bassy and embodies a melodic r&b feel coupled with transparent lyrics from G-Eazy who whips around the rules and regulations of being in the “friend zone”. The final release from the series ends with “Need You Now”, released via G-Eazy’s official player and helms up the tri-series with G-Eazy questioning “are you about it or nah?”
Rick Ross continues his giving streak, gifting fans with a new Jahlil Beats-produced track titled “Work.”
This new release arrives a little over a week after Ricky Rozay’s Black Dollar mixtape, which he released just days before Labor Day weekend. Stream “Work” below in Wired Tracks, where listeners can also enjoy heaters from Manolo Rose and French Montana, Atlanta’s own Rich The Kid, Key!, and Skippa Da Flippa, and more.
Manolo Rose ft. French Montana – “SuperFlexin (Remix)”
Rich The Kid, Key!, & Skippa Da Flippa – “Plenty Paper”
Scotty ATL ft. B.o.B – “Bust It Open”
AK (of The Underachievers) – “AK”
TaEast – “WithTheShit”
YP – “Pimp Sh*t”
Lorenzo Asher – “Good Vibes”
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Hip-Hop fans have been clamoring for an album from DOOMSTARKS, the intermittently-joined rapping tandem of Ghostface Killah and DOOM, to no avail.
Their new cut, “Lively Hood,” hit the web today. An album could be a pipe dream (or at Jay Electronica “it exists, but four people have heard it” status) at this point. But you can stream the aforementioned record in Wired Tracks below, where you’ll also find tracks by Young Thug, 2 Chainz, Jay Rock, and many more.
Young Thug – “She Notice Me”
2 Chainz – “No Off Days”
Jay Rock – “Work Harder”
Sage The Gemini ft. IAMSU! – “Anti”
B.o.B ft. London Jae – “Ice”
Prodigy – “Quick To Flip (Freestyle)”
Vic Spencer – “Dick Jerkins”
KXNG Crooked – “If Was Dre”
Turk ft. Boosie Badazz – “Still a Hot Boy”
Kidd Kidd – “Fake Friends”
Russ – “Always Knew”
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Of the long list of things Ty Dolla $ ign boasts about, gallivanting with women in relationships ranks rather high. And that fact is reaffirmed on his new, Fetty Wap-assisted single “When I See Ya.”
Like R. Kelly, Nate Dogg, and other respected crooners before him, Ty Dolla presents his raunchy thoughts using inviting melodies, complete with a catchy hook that listeners will be reciting in no time.
Stream “When I See Ya” in Wired Tracks below, along with new releases from The Underachievers, Theophilus Martins, and more.
The Underachievers – “Generation Z”
Theophilus Martins – “Touchdown”
Dee-1 – “Call Yo Bluff”
Prodigy ft. Infamous Mobb – “Life’s a B*tch (Freestyle)”
Max Wonders ft. Trapo – “Phone Call”
Tei Shi ft. Rome Fortune – “Go Slow”
Wiley – “Standby”
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Hold the presses. Black Hippy is back (sort of), and we can thank Jay Rock’s “Vice City” for that.
A day shy of releasing 90059, the “big brother” of TDE bands together little bros, Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q, and Ab-Soul, over a haunting instrumental. The song title is a play on words, as the West Coast rap foursome wax poetics about their vices.
Stream Jay Rock’s “Vice City” in Wired Tracks, where Wale’s “Spoiled,” Mac Miller’s “Clubhouse,” Big Boi & Phantogram’s “Fell In the Sun,” and more are also featured. Pre-Order 90059 via iTunes.
Mac Miller – “Clubhouse”
Wale – “Spoiled”
Raury ft. Tom Morello – “Friends”
Big Grams (Big Boi & Phantogram) – “Fell In the Sun”
Maverick Sabre – “Come Fly Away”
Jae Millz ft. Dave East – “Too Real”
R.A. The Rugged Man – “Dooo It! (Miley Cyrus Remix)”
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It’s #BeyDay, which means beloved singer Beyoncé is one year older. But this year, she gifts her millions of fans with a “Crazy In Love (Remix).”
This version of Bey’s iconic track appeared on the 50 Shades of Grey soundtrack, and wasn’t available for streaming on any platform. But that’s changed, and you can stream “Crazy In Love (Remix)” in Wired Tracks below.
Jeezy ft. Gucci Mane – “God (Remix)”
Wiz Khalifa ft. Rae Sremmurd – “Burn Slow”
Migos – “B*tch Dab”
T.I. – “Check, Run It”
Kxng Crooked – “God Bless Dope Rappers”
Twista – “Japanese (Freestyle)”
Dave East – “Air It Out (East Mix)”
Shaggy ft. Sheek Louch – “Boom Boom (Remix)”
Mickey Factz ft. CyHi The Prynce – “Hayworth”
Chris Rivers ft. Whispers – “Backstage Slors (Freestyle)”
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The age of the surprise album continues with Rick Ross’ announcement of Black Dollar and the release of its first single “Foreclosures.”
Produced by Justice League and 8 Bars, Ricky Rozay is but a vessel of rap wisdom on the track, giving listeners insight of the bad and ugly sides of the game in every bar uttered.
Fans won’t have a long wait to hear the rest of the MMG general’s latest material. Black Dollar drops on Thursday (September 3), which is a day shy the recently allotted Friday album release date. As HNHH points out, the Thursday release may signify that the project could be a free. Let’s hope.
Hear Ross’ “Foreclosures” below and then some in Wired Tracks.
Le$ ft. Curren$ y, Young Roddy, & Corner Boy P – “Round Table”
Chief Keef – “TD”
Milli – “Papi Chulo”
Dominic Lord – “Third Eye”
Twista ft. Gritz – “Higher (Freestyle)”
Cassidy ft. Swizz Beatz – “Speak 2 the Hood (Freestyle)”
Connor Youngblood – “Stockholm”
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Curren$ y offers listeners an audible delight with a New Orleans touch, as he debuts his new, leading single “Bottom of the Bottle,” featuring August Alsina and Lil Wayne.
The guitar-driven track will appear on Curren$ y’s forthcoming Canal Street Confidential LP, due November 6 via Jet Life Recordings/Atlantic Records.
Support Spitta by purchasing “Bottom of the Bottle” on iTunes. Stream it guilt-free in Wired Tracks below, where you’ll also find DJ Greg Street’s new Jeezy-assisted cut “Run the Check Up” and more.
DJ Greg Street ft. Jeezy – “Run the Check Up”
CeeLo – “Sign of the Times”
DJ Cassidy ft. Chromeo & Wale – “Future is Mine”
Fetty Wap – “Decline (Freestyle)”
Kirk Knight – “Knight Time”
Bodega Bamz ft. Snow Tha Product – “2Lit2Quit”
Maino – “The Difference (KOBmix)”
Chris Rivers – “RIP”
The TDE ship continues to cruise, as Jay Rock debuts “Easy Bake,” featuring partner in rhyme Kendrick Lamar, from his upcoming album 90059.
Jay Rock premiered the record on Tuesday night (August 26) at DJ Kay Slay’s Streetsweepers radio. The West Coast wordsmiths display a synergy that only comes after years of collaboration over menacing production.
The record appears in today’s Wired Tracks, along with Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ new (and sure-to-be hit) song “Downtown,” which credits Hip-Hop forefathers Kool Moe Dee, Eric Nally, Melle Mel, and Grandmaster Caz.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – “Downtown”
August Alsina ft. Lil Wayne – “Why I Do It”
Chris Brown ft. French Montana – “Gangsta Way”
Fashawn – “100 Bars”
Uncle Murda ft. Future – “Right Now”
DJ Scream ft. 8Ball, Scotty ATL & Big K.R.I.T. – “Grippin Grain”
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This edition of Wired Tracks features new heat from French Montana, and Benny Benassi and Chris Brown.
The former, titled “Moses,” features Brown as well as Migos, and is co-produced by a who’s who of Atlanta’s finest behind the boards — Southside, TM88 and DJ Spinz.
The latter song, “Paradise,” sees the duo that brought fans Brown’s “Beautiful People.” Sticking to the winning formula heard in the ghosts of fist-pumping anthems’ past, the duo will have party goers dancing in no time.
Stream both tracks and then some below.
Benny Benassi & Chris Brown – “Paradise”
Sir Michael Rocks – “Perfect”
JoJo – Tringle EP
Trinidad Jame$ – “Pole Technician”
Chris Rivers & Cory Gunz – “Barz For All”
Young Dro – “Ugh”
Fat Trel – “All Day”
Da Villins & Vic Spencer – “Ike Eyes”
Hurricane Chris ft. Ty Dolla $ ign – “Sections”
This edition of Wired Tracks highlights two fresh releases from Detroit rapper Dej Loaf, who returns with two new songs for your listening pleasure.
Titled “I Got Problems” and “You Don’t Know Me,” respectively, both tracks are produced by DDS, the beatsmith behind Dej’s breakout hit “Try Me.” Stream the songs below, where you’ll also find tunes from Rich The Kid, Asher Roth, and more.
Rich The Kid ft. Quavo – “Bandz In the Bank”
Asher Roth – “The Hierophant”
Berner, Sage The Gemini, Keak Da Sneak, Snow Tha Product – “Foreign”
Young Greatness ft. Yo Gotti – “Real Ni**as Back”
Devontée – “Juice”
Maino – “Games People Play”
Milli – “Papi Chulo”
Twista – “Lay Up (Freestyle)”
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This edition of Wired Tracks is best served when your speakers are loud, as HHW highlights Chief Keef’s latest release “Bouncin.”
The GBE rapper self-produced the heater with some help from DPBeats. Keef set aside the chaotic record for his upcoming project, Bang 3 (Part 2), which is currently available for pre-order. Feel free to cop “Bouncin” via iTunes as well, or you can hear it and a bevy of other tracks from artists like Rapsody, Chinx and Rick Ross, and more for free.99 below.
Rapsody ft. Joey Bada$ $ & Merna – “Don’t Need It (Remix)”
Chinx ft. Rick Ross & Meet Sims – “On Your Body (Remix)”
Waka Flocka Flame – “Workin”
King Louie – “Flodgin”
AG Da Coroner ft. Drug – “Jumpin”
Peej ft. Lupe Fiasco – “Say”
Téo & Jaden – “Pleiadian Message”
Playa Haze ft. Blu – “A$ $ hole”
Raz Simone – “Massa Sir”
Danny! – “B*tches Everywhere”
Janelle Monae and the Wondaland camp are using their platform to do much more than drop tunes that rock a party. Today, the collective released “Talmbout,” a derivative of the ongoing discussion about racial injustice and police brutality in America.
The record serves as further testament to the #BlackLivesMatter movement, as Janelle, Deep Cotton, St. Beauty, Jidenna, Roman GianArthur, and George 2.0 mention the names of Sean Bell, Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, Freddie Gray, Sandra Bland and more.
Per Wondaland Statement:
This song is a vessel. It carries the unbearable anguish of millions,” said Wondaland in a statement. “We recorded it to channel the pain, fear, and trauma caused by the ongoing slaughter of our brothers and sisters. We recorded it to challenge the indifference, disregard, and negligence of all who remain quiet about this issue. Silence is our enemy. Sound is our weapon. They say a question lives forever until it gets the answer it deserves… Won’t you say their names?
Check out “Talmbout” and more in Wired Tracks below.
Yo Gotti – The Return Of Cocaine Muzik Mixtape
Method Man ft. Cardi, Eazy Get Rite & Freaky Marciano – “Lifestyles”
GrandeMarshall – “Gangstas”
K Camp ft. T.I. – “Till I Die”
Shy Glizzy – “U Hear Me”
Hook N Sling ft. Far East Movement & Pusha T – “Break Yourself”
Robb Bank$ – “Pressure”
Da$ h – Skrewface EP
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Mac Miller is back and readying his upcoming album GO:OD AM for a September 18 release. From the project, we receive a new track called “100 Grandkids.”
Miller has been quiet since releasing his 2014 mixtape Faces. But this tune is a fire reentry into an already promising year of rap music.
Find the song (see the video here), along with a freshly released heater from Jay Rock, a mastered version of Fetty Wap’s “Again,” and more, below in Wired Tracks.
Kid Cudi – “JFKPSA”
Fetty Wap – “Again”
Andy Mineo – “Uncomfortable”
Armani White – “Young Adults”
Jay Rock ft. Lance Skiiiwalker – “90059”
Scarface ft. Rush Davis – “Steer”
Teedra Moses ft. Rick Ross – “Cognac & Conversation”
B.o.B – “Hello Neighbor”
Jordin Sparks ft. B.o.B – “Work From Home”
Vic Mensa – “Heat It Up (Freestyle)”
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After penning a hell of a manifesto that touched on the Meek Mill/Drake beef (and the perception of ghostwriting in Hip-Hop), Lupe Fiasco keeps the ink flowing on a new track titled “LAW (LoveAllWays).”
The song features soothing vocals from SimonSayz and production by Floss & Flame. Sonically, the record is a departure from much of the material heard on Tetsuo & Youth, but the Chicagorilla never takes a bar off as he waxes dexterous poetics describing the depths of his love.
Stream “LAW (LoveAllWays)” in Wired Tracks below, where you’ll also find new heat from Method Man, Nelly, BJ The Chicago Kid, and more.
Method Man ft. Raekwon & Inspectah Deck – “The Purple Tape”
Asher Roth – “Oren’s Not Sure”
BJ The Chicago Kid ft. Joey Bada$ $ & Hannibal Burress – “Nothin But Love”
Nelly ft. Jeremih – “The Fix”
Waka Flokca Flame – “R.I.C.O. (Remix)”
James Fauntleroy – “It’s Cold But That’s Love, Baby”
Obie Trice – “Letter”
B.I.C. – “Still Pimpin Joint”
Emilio Rojas – “Straight Outta Uptown (Freestyle)”
Banko ft. Princess Nokia – “Take Off”
Los Angeles rap veteran Glasses Malone continues to push his recently released track “Thuggin’,” which originally featured Kendrick Lamar, with a new lyric video for the remix, also donning a verse from Killer Mike.
The updated version of the record appears in today’s Wired Tracks, where you’ll also find heat from Curren$ y, King Los, and more. Peep the rhymes by pressing play below.
Switch ft. Vince Staples – “Ghost”
Vybz Kartel – “Sumn Sumn”
Curren$ y – “The Plug”
Boosie Badazz – “Letter To Pac”
Fame School ft. Milly Haze – “Guess Who’s Back”
King Los – “Dipset Anthem (Freestyle)”
During the lead up to Meek Mill‘s return volley to Drake, Funkmaster Flex continued his campaign of questioning the Canadian superstar’s bar credibility. Flex leaked three more reference tracks and the only people who seemed to care are those who cape for Meek or have some hurt feelings over Drizzy being miles ahead in this, ahem, battle.
Flex started his exposure wave after leaking a reference track featuring alleged ghostwriter Quentin Miller last week with the track “10 Bands,” which got folks whispering a bit louder about Meek’s allegations. Flex, in a bid to lend credence to Meek’s claims, added a few more reference tracks to his Soundcloud page Thursday night.
The tracks “Used To,” “Know Yourself,” and “R.I.C.O.” were all posted and curiously pulled from Flex’s Soundcloud in the hours since they were posted. However, swift YouTube users were able to snag the reference tracks and posted them up.
While there was some chatter to the newer reference tracks getting leaked online, along with Flex tweeting like a madman, largely nobody cared and just wanted Meek to drop a hot response. Word on the street is that it’s still Drake far ahead in the lead while Meek is licking his wounds and copping major pleas on social media in the aftermath.
Check out Funkmaster Flex’s leaked If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late reference tracks allegedly featuring Quentin Miller below and on the following pages.
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It’s clear that Fetty Wap has found a mysterious Space Jam concoction of his own, as he continues to release new material in high volumes.
Today, the rising New Jersey star blessed the Internets with another potential club heater called “I’m Straight,” which just happens to be the focal point of today’s Wired Tracks.
Check it out below, where you’ll also find songs from James Fauntleroy, Tory Lanez, Troy Ave, ManMan Savage, and more.
James Fauntleroy – “Who Are You”
Troy Ave ft. T.I., Young Dolph, & Young Lito – “Real N*gga (Remix)”
ManMan Savage – “Takin Shots”
Tory Lanez – “Say It”
The Knocks ft. Fetty Wap & Powers – “Classic”
Lance Stephenson – “Check”
Young Buck – “WTF”
Gangrene (The Alchemist & Oh No) – “Reversals”
Chinx ft. Stack Bundles – “Far Rock”
Vic Spencer – “Uppercut Facility”
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We’ve featured an assortment of tracks to expand your musical palettes in this installment of Wired Tracks.
The highlighted song comes courtesy of Chicago rapper and now undoubtedly a member of the growing #FutureHive, Vic Mensa, who covers the Dirty Sprite mastermind’s syrupy anthem “Codeine Crazy.”
The Roc Nation signee builds on the lush, rock-inspired sonics originally heard in Future’s Monster outro. Additionally, rap fans were treated to an unreleased track from Mensa’s label mate Jay Electronica called “Man Up.”
Hear both records, along with newly released material from Kehlani featuring Trey Songz, 2 Chainz, Portland Trailblazers star Damian Lillard below.
Jay Electronica – “Man Up”
2 Chainz – “Watch Out”
Kehlani ft. Trey Songz – “The Way (Remix)”
DJ Carnage ft. ILOVEMAKONNEN, Lil Wayne, & G-Eazy – “I Like Tuh”
Kid Ink – “Imagine”
Damian Lillard – “Full Stomach”
HASEEB & Curtiss King ft. Freeway – “Deep Gritty”
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Amid some serious accusations, Young Thug offers up a new track titled “Pacifier.”
The Mike WiLL Made-It-produced tune will serve as the first single from Thugga’s upcoming debut album Hy!£UN35 and is highlighted in Wired Tracks below. There you’ll also find songs by Fetty Wap, Gunplay, and more.
Fetty Wap – “1738”
Gunplay ft. Yo Gotti & PJK – “Blood On the Dope”
Saba ft. Tink – “Temporary”
Kweku Collin – “Kings”
Major Lazer ft. Ty Dolla $ ign – “Lean On (Remix)”
OG Maco – “Sposed”
Krondon & Chase N Cashe – “Hang On”
Scoop Deville & Demrick ft. Paul Wall – “Kush Cloud”
CeeLo Green – “Robin Williams”
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In less than seven hours time, #FutureHive will rejoice to the bellowing trap sounds of Future’s third studio album, Dirty Sprite 2.
Drake provides the sole guest appearance on track three, “Where Ya At,” which can be heard in Wired Tracks below. There, you’ll also find YG’s new heater “Twist My Fingaz,” a Cool Kids “reunion” called “Super Squad,” and more.
YG – “Twist My Fingaz”
Chuck & Mike – “Super Squad”
YG ft. Krayzie Bone – “Cash Money”
Tony Moxberg ft. Styles P – “For This Paper”
Method Man ft. Redman – “Straight Gutta”
Sheek Louch – “Got Damn”
Ramaj Eroc ft. Noname Gypsy – “I Love You”
SiR ft. Fat Ron – “In the Sky”
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The wait for Gunplay’s long awaited debut album, Living Legend, is nearly over. The project arrives on July 31, but we receive the rapper’s new single “Be Like Me,” featuring longtime partner in rhyme Rick Ross, today.
It’s a contest on who can kick grimy street talk whenever the MMG spitters connects, and this time is no different. Your volume will need to be at ignorant decibels to hear this cut properly.
Hear “Be Like Me” in Wired Tracks below, where you’ll also find new material from Warren G and Nate Dogg (yes, you read that right), The Underachievers, and more
Verse Simmonds ft. Migos – “Luv In It”
Warren G ft. Nate Dogg – “My House”
The Underachievers – “Take Your Place”
GZA & Sweet Valley – “Planetary Energy”
Jimi Tents ft. Tunji Ige & Kembe X – “Problems”
DJ Paul ft. OG Boobie Black – “Extendos”
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Singer-songwriter James Fauntleroy is notorious for sending listeners into a emotional place affectionately known as “The Feels.” His new song, “Broken Heart Broken Eyes,” is no different.
For context, “The Feels” is a place where dreams of a perfect relationship, anguish of heartbreak, and other lovey-dovey sectors of one’s mind intersect, causing a stir of emotions.
Prepare to be thrusted into that space in this edition of The Wrap Up. But don’t worry, records from Problem, Toro y Moi and Rome Fortune, rising rapper IshDARR and more provide balance in the list below.
Problem ft. Bad Lucc & Manolo Rose – “Stay Up”
Father ft. Playboicarti – “Fake AF (Remix)”
Toro y Moi ft. Rome Fortune – “Pitch Black”
IshDARR – “Sugar”
CashUs King – “Sundown Town”
Keith Jenkins ft. Lil B – “Keith Bands”
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Jay Rock is the next artist slated to wave the TDE flag with his upcoming project. He whets appetites in the meantime with a track titled “Gumbo.”
The song is highlighted in this edition of Wired Tracks, which also houses new material from Young Thug (“Paradise”), UK Grime artist Novelist (“War”), The Game and Migos (“Everybody On the Floor”), and more.
Young Thug – “Paradise”
The Game ft. Migos – “Everybody On the Floor”
CJ Fly – “Verboten”
Statik Selektah ft. Joey Bada$ $ , Big K.R.I.T., & Chauncy Sherod – “In the Wind”
OG Maco – “Bless Me”
Novelist – “War”
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Representing Detroit, Dej Loaf and Big Sean, reconnect on the former’s new track “Back Up.”
Both rappers share the same sentiments: They want their space, and don’t care to spare your feelings while making that clear.
Dej’s new cut appears with songs from Chief Keef, Your Old Droog, Allan Kingdom and Kevin Abstract, and more in Wired Tracks below.
Chief Keef – “Ain’t Missing You”
Allan Kingdom & Kevin Abstract – “Refresh”
Statik Selektah ft. Royce Da 5’9″ – “Crystal Clear”
Glasses Malone – “Big Bro”
Tree – “Kinfolk”
Your Old Droog – “We Don’t Know You”
Doja Cat – “Dizzy”
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NASCAR, the unofficial “Southern sport,” is taking a bold stand in the country’s Confederate flag issue as the victims from the Charleston church shooting are still fresh in their graves.
Several of NASCAR’s national series tracks sent a statement to the Associated Press today, July 2, asking that fans try to refrain from displaying the Confederate flag at races in light of the hate crime.
“We are asking our fans and partners to join us in a renewed effort to create an all-inclusive, even more welcoming atmosphere for all who attend our events,” the statement read. “This will include the request to refrain from displaying the Confederate flag at our facilities and NASCAR events.”
Alleged shooter Dylann Roof was arrested on June 18 and a website belonging to him pointed to racist manifesto and Confederate flag imagery to fuel his evil mind state.
While popular drivers such Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jeff Gordon have also feigned support for the flag, the Daytona International Speedway is trying to rectify the situation by offering NASCAR fans an exchange program for the hateful symbol.
“We want to be inclusive to everyone, and the last thing you want is for anyone to come to a sporting event and really not enjoy that experience because of symbols that really represent things we’re not proud of,” track President Joie Chitwood said in a statement. “Going forward, we’ll really have to look at where that other flag goes, because it doesn’t have a place in our sport and we’ve got to take a thoughtful process on how we get to that place.”
NASCAR Chairman Brian France also acknowledged that while the sport may have a visible past with the Confederate flag, that doesn’t mean the nostalgic aspects make it acceptable.
“Obviously, we have our roots in the South, there are events in the South, it’s part of our history like it is for the country,” he told The Associated Press. “But it needs to be just that, part of our history. It isn’t part of our future.”
Very well said. Take a look at the pictures in the gallery below to see just how far the NASCAR Confederate flag relationship stretches back.
Photo: FOX News Video Screenshot
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The contents of Gucci Mane’s many external hard drives are the rapper’s personal Contra cheat code, giving him plenty ammo to remain relevant while behind bars.
His new track, “Young Ni**as,” featuring guests Jadakiss and Fetty Wap, arrives today and appears in this edition of Wired Tracks. Produced by 808 Mafia, the tune hits the Internets just days before Big Guwop’s Trapology project releases.
Hear Gucci and company on “Young Ni**as” below,” where you’ll also find heaters from Yo Gotti and Young Thug, Curren$ y, Blu, Problem, and more.
Yo Gotti ft. Young Thug – “Rihanna”
Curren$ y – “Smoke Out”
DJ Prostyle ft. Jeremih & Nicki Minaj – “Angel”
Joe Budden – “F ‘Em All”
Chief Keef – “Zero To Two Fifty”
Problem ft. Bad Lucc – “Make Me Say (Ay Yi Yi)”
Blu ft. Sene, Definite, & Cashus King – “Thriller”
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The Internets received a few new heaters on this fine Friday, and one comes courtesy of Yasiin Bey (f.k.a. Mos Def).
Yes, you read that right.
Bey usually maintains a low profile. Following an appearance on A$ AP Rocky’s At.Long.Last.A$ AP, the Brooklyn MC connects with New Zealand band Electric Wire Hustle on a track titled “Marigolds.”
Reportedly recorded in one take, the track features a funky bass line to match its all-around groovy vibe. Prepare to tap your toes to this one.
Find “Marigolds” below in Wired Tracks, along with a new heater from Ty Dolla $ ign, Future, and Rae Sremmurd, Young Thug, CNN, and more.
Yasiin Bey & Electric Wire Hustle – “Marigolds”
Young Thug – “Money”
Capone-N-Noreaga – “In the 1st”
Chris Rivers ft. Terminology- “Ain’t No Half Steppin’ (Freestyle)”
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Chris Brown has lots of liquid courage in his system (not that he needs it) on a newly released cut, aptly titled “Liquor.”
While the song’s origin (or where it’ll land) is unclear, the same can’t be said about the crooner’s intentions. Brown chants “All I want to do is drink and f*ck,” long after he asks the woman he’s with what she put in his cup. Our guess is that it’s Hennessy.
Hear Brown let his inhibitions fly on “Liquor,” which appears along with material from Tuxedo (Mayer Hawthorne and Jake One), Joey Fatts, and more in Wired Tracks below.
Vic Spencer & Tree – “Weed & Clothes”
Krept & Konan ft. Jeremih, Beenie Man, & Popcaan – “Freak of the Week (Remix)”
Joey Fatts – “Grindin”
Tuxedo (Mayer Hawthorne & Jake One) – “Without Your Love”
Toro y Moi ft. Kool A.D. & SAFE – “2Late”
Rayven Justice ft. Waka Flocka Flame – “Moved On”
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French Montana embraces posse cuts like they’re kin to him. Especially records like the newly released single “Lose It,” featuring usual suspects Lil Wayne and Rick Ross.
French managed to grab a beat co-produced by Kanye West, given a common affiliation with the Kardashian family. The result is a haunting track, complete with street jargon, catchy adlibs and all of the other fixings we’ve come to expect when The Bronx rapper and company connect.
Hear French’s “Lose It” in Wired Tracks below, where you’ll also find new tunes from Fetty Wap, Dej Loaf and Young Thug, Statik Selektah, Little Simz, and more.
Fetty Wap – “Boomin”
Dej Loaf ft. Young Thug – “Shawty”
Magazeen ft. Wale & Wizkid – “So Low”
Little Simz – “Lane Switch”
Statik Selektah ft. Sean Price, Bun B, & Styles P – “Top Tier”
Snow Tha Product – “Suavemente”
Que – “Can’t Call It”
Pac Div – “Roll The Dice”
Oba Rowland – “Can’t Tell Me”
Slim Dollars – “Talk Sh*t”
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These are the tracks you need from Ryn Weaver’s ‘The Fool.’
Vince Staples used SXSW as a testing ground for his new single “Señorita,” and returns with a CDQ version for the rest of the world today.
The Long Beach rapper gives Future the green light on the chorus and Snoh Aalegra free rein to handle the bridge, allowing him to focus on what he does best: rap. Spitting over a haunting piano loop and pulsating drums, Staples gives listeners more of the street stories that fans love.
Hear “Señorita” in Wired Tracks below, along with cuts from Lil Herb, Lil Uzi Vert, Jill Scott, Camp Lo, Jamie Foxx, and Drique London.
Drique London ft. Carrington – “Laybach”
Jill Scott – “Fool’s Gold”
Lil Herb ft. Pappi – “Strong”
Lil Uzi ft. Lil Durk – “Pressure”
Jamie Foxx ft. Kid Ink – “Baby’s In Love”
Lil Bibby ft. Lil Herb – “Better Dayz”
Camp Lo – “Black Jesus”
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Tech N9ne’s Special Effects album releases on Tuesday, May 4. Before then, the veteran MC whets appetites with “Wither,” featuring Slipknot’s Corey Taylor.
Here’s how Tech explains the track:
“When you’re a natural nice guy, people around you pick at you with so much with bullshit that you start getting tired,” Tech tells Loud Wire. “The good guy starts withering away. So when I was explaining it to Corey, I was like, ‘I’m slowly turning into an a–hole and I like it.’ “I don’t care, they say my angel glow is subsiding / I’m sliding outside of these high-beams and I won’t dare / Try to mend this tare / I love I’m fading / The good once there is just dying / So I’m withering away and I’ma trigger when I spray / And I’m attacking everybody till the feeling’s gone!” So much love to get disrespect in return. You gonna wither away and be like, ‘Fuck you.’”
Hear “Wither” in Wired Tracks, along with new material by Seven Davis Jr., Onyx, and more.
Kevin Gates – “I Don’t Get Tired (Remix)”
MBK ft. Rittz & Kxng Crooked – “I Don’t Know”
Onyx ft. SickFlow – “Strike Bac”
Russ – “Your Favorite Rapper”
Royce Rizzy ft. HBK Skipper – “All”
Seven Davis Jr. – “Sunday Morning”
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Songstress Kehlani is quite possibly one of music’s next superstars. Taking a moment to appreciate her new mixtape, You Should Be Here, Hip-Hop Wired highlights the Chance The Rapper-assisted cut “The Way” in Wired Tracks.
The sultry tune is an early fan-favorite from the project, and justifiably so. Sonically, it’s the kind of song that could take your night from the couch to the bedroom (unless the couch is your thing). Per usual, Kehlani’s pen game is strong, and Chance meets her in the middle (no pun intended) with a verse that gives the cut a conversational vibe.
Stream “They Way” below. There, you’ll also find songs from Sage The Gemini, Sean Price, Bad Lucc, and more.
Sage The Gemini ft. Trey Songz – “Guantanamera”
Blended Babies ft. Sir Michael Rocks, Asher Roth, Like (of Pac Div) & Jon B – “Shadows”
Bad Lucc ft. Problem – “Bobby’s World”
Sean Price – “S.E.A.N.”
Appleby ft. Anthony White – “Bitter Boy”
Dolphin – “Young Black Mind”
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Raekwon’s new album Fly International Luxurious Art drops on April 28. From the project, he released “1,2 1,2,” featuring Snoop Dogg.
Driven by resonating horns, the Scoop DeVille-produced cut features the legendary MCs trading braggadocios verses. The record is the highlight of today’s Wired Tracks and appears below, alongside material from Rapsody, CZARFACE (Inspectah Deck & 7L & Esoteric), and more.
Rapsody ft. Merna – “Don’t Need It”
Cam – “All The Money”
Russ ft. TOTEM & paulina – “99”
Allen Stone – “Upside”
Tree – “Off Gurl”
CZARFACE (Inspectah Deck & 7L & Esoteric) ft. Meyhem Lauren – “Deadly Class”
Nosaj Thing ft. Whoarei – “Don’t Mind”
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Southern connection Ludacris and Big K.R.I.T. rap over proper production from Mike Will Made-It? Yes, we have time for that.
The track is titled “Come And See Me,” and is the highlighted release in today’s Wired Tracks. Look for the cut to appear on Luda’s upcoming Ludaversal album, due to release March 31. Pre-order it via iTunes.
Also, peep new heaters from The Purist and Freddie Gibbs, Nemo Achida, Yelawolf, Raz Simone, and more below.
The Purist ft. Freddie Gibbs – “Pimp Hand”
Nemo Achida – “LaLa”
YelaWolf – “Led Zeppelin Freestyle”
Raz Simone ft. Pusha T & Leezy Soprano – “That Ain’t Love”
CJ Fly – “Run 2″
ILOVEMAKONNEN – “Drink More Water 5 (Freestyle)”
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Today, Hip-Hop Wired highlights a new track by Future in Wired Tracks. Continuing his “Monster Monday” campaign and keeping in mind that the NCAA tournament is just around the corner, he delivers a track called “March Madness.”
Produced by Tarantino, the record features Future spitting raps laden with excessive flossing and numerous references to his baller lifestyle.
“March Madness” can be heard below, along with songs by Big Sant, Flatbush Zombies, Charles Hamilton, Kembe X, and Russ.
Big Sant ft. Scotty ATL – “Fast Lane”
Flatbush Zombies ft. Skepta – “Redeye To Paris”
Charles Hamilton – “Headed To The Top”
Kembe X – “Feeling Like The Man”
Russ – “Out Of Tune”
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While 2015 promises a bunch of prominent rap releases, there’s also a list of newcomers to look out for. Three of our favorites–Wara From The NBHD, Tunji Ige, and GrandeMarshall–connect on a new track called “Moving.”
Produced by Ben Pramuk and Tunji, the cut dons a luring instrumental, complete with percolating drums. And that’s without mentioning the young trio’s sharp, yet uniquely different verses. Having featured Wara in our Certified Fresh series, it’s safe to say that yours truly foresees him having a strong year. Tunji and Fool’s Gold Records artist Grande, however, are two promising spitters representing a new class in Philadelphia’s music scene.
Stream “Moving,” which is the highlighted song in today’s Wired Tracks. New songs from Chevy Woods, Rome Fortune and Ceej of Retro Sushi/Two-9, and more below.
Chevy Woods – “Now That I’m Up”
Rome Fortune & Ceej (of Two-9) – “joose”
Alex Faith & Dre Murphy ft. Swoope – “Wake Up Music”
MURS – “Okey Dog”
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Once again, a music project will release in accordance with HBO’s Game of Thrones, which is set to return with its fifth season on April 12.
The musical portion, titled Catch The Throne, will feature a bevy of notable MCs a la the inaugural release. Veteran wordsmith Talib Kweli gets his rhymes off on the first released record, “Lord of The Light,” which you can hear below along with music by Murs, Juvenile, and more in Wired Tracks.
Juvenile – “For The Night”
Black Punk (Black Dave) – “Skate”
STS ft. Peedi Crakk & Trunk North – “Black UFO”
Murs ft. Slug & CES Cru – “Fun-eral”
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Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan collabs release almost as often as Gucci Mane albums. Today, the rap duo delivered a new track called “My Homie.”
Exploring all things brotherly, Thugga and Quan trade singsongy lyrics without sacrificing any street savvy lines. The production has a bounce, not unlike many of the records that break out of Atlanta, while guitar riffs provide a slight rock vibe.
Stream Thug an Quan’s “My Homie” below. There, you’ll also find new material by CyHi The Prynce, Rah Digga, Sean Price, and Tommy Brown, completing today’s Wired Tracks.
CyHi The Prynce – “Deep”
Tommy Brown ft. Travi$ Scott & Eric Bellinger – “Trippin’ On Me”
Rah Digga – “Stories From the Ambassador”
Sean Price ft. Illa Ghee & Head I.C.E. – “Go Rambo”
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Rich Homie Quan leads the pack in today’s edition of Wired Tracks with a new release titled “Have You Ever.”
Flying solo this time around, the ATLien uses his knack for melody to advantage as he delivers his rhymes. Per usual, Quan’s delivery gives his words a certain catchiness that should resonate with listeners.
Stream “Have You Ever” below along with cuts featuring A$ AP Ferg and OG Maco, and a proper remix from newcomer Fetty Wap.
Fetty Wap ft. French Montana – “Trap Queen”
EarthGang ft. OG Maco – “The F Bomb”
Carnage ft. A$ AP Ferg, Lil Uzi Vert, & Rich The Kid – “WDYW”
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