New Music

Oct
11
Bobby Shmurda Drops New Single ‘Bobby Bitch,’ Performs on ‘Tonight Show’

Bobby Bitch

Shmoney fever is sweeping the nation. Bobby Shmurda made his network TV debut on Friday’s “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” where he performed his ubiquitous anthem “Hot Boy” aka “Hot Ni**a” with some help from The Roots.

In honor of reaching 100,000 followers on Twitter, the Brooklyn rapper released the follow-up single “Bobby Bitch.” He hopes to repeat his “Hot” streak on the catchy street record, on which he declares, “They call me Bobby bitch, and I’m down to catch a body, bitch.”

You can also see Bobby doing the Shmoney Dance at the 2014 BET Hip-Hop Awards on Tuesday.

Watch Shmurda take over your television and the airwaves.

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Oct
10
New Music: Waka Flocka Flame – ‘Lifestyle (Remix)’

Lifestyle (Remix)

Following his arrest for gun possession this morning, Waka Flocka follows through on his promise and drops his remix to Rich Gang’s “Lifestyle.” The Brick Squad leader dedicates the track to the public houses and trailer parks, and offers some advice to those who are struggling.

“Stay away from the snakes and the sharks,” he warns. “Take care of your fam, kids, and your girl. Now that’s gangsta.”

Waka’s mom/manager Debra Antney has called his arrest a big mistake, saying he accidentally grabbed his fiancĂ©’s bag which contained the gun. The couple is in the process of moving and their stuff got mixed up, which is how the gun ended up in his possession.

Listen to the Flockmix below.

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Oct
10
New Music: Chris Brown x Trey Songz – ‘Studio (Remix)’

TRGA x BRZY

In advance of their upcoming joint tour, Chris Brown and Trey Songz team up on a sultry remix to ScHoolboy Q’s Oxymoron single “Studio.” The R&B heartthrobs lay down sex-drenched verses over the smooth beat.

They’ve also remixed TeeFLii’s DJ Mustard-produced hit “24 Hours” and released the CDQ versions of their remixes to ILoveMakonnen’s “Tuesday” and Snootie Wild’s “Made Me.”

The artwork features a mashup of their faces. In addition to a tour, could the superstars be working on a TRGA x BRZY mixtape?

Hear all four songs below.

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Oct
10
New Music: G-Unit – ‘All About the Drug Money’

G-Unit

While they gear up for the November release of their next EP The Beast, G-Unit takes it to the streets on “All About the Drug Money.” Tony Yayo, Kidd Kidd, and Young Buck rep their clique and sling some gritty bars over Troy Ave’s “All About the Money” instrumental. Hear them push weight.

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Oct
9
New Music: Lil Mama – ‘Try Me (Remix)’

Try Me (Remix)

After a brief hiatus, Lil Mama continues her “Lyrical Purge” series. The 25-year-old spitfire flips Detroit MC DeJ Loaf’s “Try Me,” which has already been remixed by Wiz Khalifa and Lil Durk.

“I been flippin’ since OGs was flippin’ Motorolas,” raps Mama, who previously dropped bars on “No Flex Zone” and “0 to 100.”

She can also be seen in this year’s BET Hip-Hop Awards cyphers, which air on October 14. Preview her freestyle below.

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Oct
9
New Music: Ludacris – ‘Tuesday (Freestyle)’

Ludacris

Ludacris is just getting warmed up. After remixing Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Ni**a” and RiFF RAFF’s “Tip Toe Wing In My Jawwdinz,” Luda goes up on a freestyle to ILoveMakonnen’s Drake-assisted single “Tuesday.”

The DTP boss addresses rumors that he’s broke (“Kill yourself if you believe that”), boasts about his spot on Forbes’ Cash Kings list, and takes a few shots (“Instead of making up these lies, why don’t ya’ll make some better music”).

He is readying an EP called Burning Bridges for December and has revealed a March 31 release date for his long-awaited album Ludaversal.

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Oct
9
New Music: Jaden Smith f/ Willow – ‘Melancholy’

Jaden Smith

Jaden Smith continues to prove that he’s wise beyond his years. After releasing the tracks “Blue Ocean,” “Trophy,” and “Fast,” the 16-year-old rapper-actor explores the dark side of fame on “Melancholy.”

Over a sample of Pink Floyd’s ’70s classic “Breathe,” Will and Jada’s son mocks his haters with lines like, “You guys are just some rich kids, how dare you call yourselves the MSFTS” and “You messin’ up a classic like how you did with The Karate Kid,” while his sister Willow provides backing vocals (“Run, rabbit run”).

Hear him trip out on the psychedelic song and look out for his mixtape Cool Tape, Vol. 2.

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