New Music

Oct
24
New Music: T.I. f/ Jeezy, Lil Wayne, & Young Thug – ‘About the Money (Remix)’

Lil Wayne and T.I.

As promised, T.I. comes through with the official remix to his Paperwork single “About the Money” featuring Jeezy, Lil Wayne, and Young Thug. The Snowman raps about everything from Moses to ebola, Weezy channels Thugger on his squeaky verse, and the Hustle Gang chief lays down some new bars. Turn it.

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Oct
24
New Music: Lupe Fiasco f/ Nikki Jean – ‘Haile Selassie’

Haile Selassie

In anticipation of his upcoming mixtape Lost in the Atlantic, Lupe Fiasco follows through with his promise and drops “Haile Selassie” featuring Minnesota singer Nikki Jean. The Chicago lyricist stands up for justice and equality on the Soundtrakk production, inspired by the late Ethiopian emperor.

Just last week, Lupe dropped his new single “Lilies” featuring Sirah. His fifth album Testuo & Youth is set for a January 20 release.

Hear Lupe preach to the people on his powerful track.

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Oct
24
New Music: Iggy Azalea f/ MØ – ‘Beg for It’

Beg for It

Iggy SZN continues. After topping the charts with “Fancy” and “Black Widow,” the Aussie rap sensation keeps the hits coming with her latest single “Beg for It,” produced by The Invisible Men. She sticks with the proven formula on the sassy record, delivering her signature flow while Danish singer MØ lays down the infectious hook.

“I know my old thang wanna bring the feeling back / But I got a new thang, baby I ain’t feeling that,” spits Iggy, who is nominated for six awards at this year’s AMAs.

The song can be found on a repackaging of her debut The New Classic. Due November 24, Reclassified boasts five new tracks including the anthem “Iggy SZN,” plus collaborations with Jennifer Hudson and Ellie Goulding.

Iggy will perform her new single for the first time on this weekend’s “SNL.”

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Oct
23
New Music: Fergie f/ YG – ‘L.A.LOVE (la la)’ Remix

YG and Fergie

Westside connection. Fergie grabs YG 4 Hunnid for the official remix to her comeback record “L.A.LOVE (la la).” The Compton MC adds some West Coast flavor to the DJ Mustard-produced banger, which you can expect to hear rattling out of a lowrider near you.

In addition to repping his city, YG shouts out billionaire Beats founder Dr. Dre and calls out the LAPD for the Rodney King beating and banning him from the “Drake Vs. Lil Wayne” tour.

Over the weekend, Fergie Ferg and YG boarded a tricked-out party bus and traveled through the streets of L.A. while shooting the video, which features cameos from Sevyn Streeter and Kelly Osbourne.

The Black Eyed Peas singer has been in the studio with Mike WiLL Made-It, Rae Sremmurd, and will.i.am working on the follow-up to 2006′s The Dutchess.

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Oct
23
New Music: Diggy Simmons – ‘Chillin”

Diggy Simmons

Just days after dropping “Honestly,” Diggy Simmons leaks another new track for his Jetsetters. On “Chillin’” (which comes with a shirtless Diggy on the artwork), he puts it down for the ladies with his vocal chops and debonair ways, and even offers to get a little freaky.

“I don’t see no wrong if you wanna use your tongue,” sings the 19-year-old heartthrob.

Diggy also revealed that he is working on an EP and plans to release new songs off the project soon.

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Oct
23
New Music: Ludacris – ‘Numbers On the Boards (Freestyle)’

LudaVerses

In honor of Throwback Thursday, Ludacris spits a freestyle over Pusha T’s 2013 single “Numbers on the Boards” as part of his ongoing “LudaVerses” series. The DTP chief, who previously remixed 2 Chainz’ “Crib in My Closet” and ILoveMakonnen’s “Tuesday,” schools the competition while declaring his OG status.

“Who would’ve thought that 10 years later I’d be goin’ just as hard as I was goin’ back then?” he boasts.

Expect even more freestyles as he gears up for his Burning Bridges EP in December followed by his album Ludaversal on March 31.

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Oct
23
New Music: M.O.P. f/ Busta Rhymes – ‘Broad Daylight’

Broad Daylight

Thirteen years after teaming up on the remix to “Ante Up,” M.O.P. re-ups with Busta Rhymes for “Broad Daylight (187 Part 2).” The Brooklyn duo samples Jay Z’s “Success” (“I’ll off your on switch”) on the gritty street record, which also serves as the second part to “187.”

M.O.P. will celebrate 20 years with a new EP, Street Certified, which will be released on November 18 and is executive produced by DJ Premier.

Listen to their heavy-hitting banger below.

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