New Jersey’s Fetty Wap is blowing up thanks to his breakout single “Trap Queen.” And naturally, everyone is jumping on it to either remix or freestyle. First we had one exclusively done by French Montana which prompted Atlanta’s Quavo (of the Migos) to jump on it, too. Now, Fabolous is contributing a verse to the French Montana remix of “Trap Queen.” Listen after the jump.
- Audioposted February 11, 2015 / No Comments
A few days ago we shared a new CyHi the Prynce cut “Forever” in which the GOOD Music emcee samples Jodeci and Keith Sweat. Now, CyHi returns with another song with a nerdy sample. Here he’s sharing “To Be Real” which contains a sample of Cheryl Lynn’s disco classic “Got to Be Real.” Listen to CyHi’s “To Be Real” after the jump.
- Audioposted February 10, 2015 / No Comments
Kendrick Lamar had himself a field day at the 57th Grammy Awards, winning multiple awards for his new single “i.” But Kendrick season is approaching ever so closely, with TDE dropping another new cut. This time the happiness is left at the door and King Kendrick embraces the dark side, going completely ham for six minutes straight. Listen to the Boi-1da, The KOZ and Terrace Martin produced “The Blacker the Berry” after the jump.
- Audioposted February 9, 2015 / No Comments
Ferguson, MO spitter Bryant Stewart recently dropped his 80SG: The Preface EP (which you may stream here) but you can listen to the tape’s latest single “Finessin’” after the jump as a sort of sneak peek.
- Audioposted February 8, 2015 / No Comments
Get hyped: CyHi the Prynce will be following up his excellent Black Hystori Project from last year and in the meantime he’s sharing the first cut from the forthcoming, currently untitled project. Here, he samples Jodeci. Peep CyHi’s “Forever” after the jump.
- Audioposted February 7, 2015 / No Comments
Back in the early 2000s, when Kanye West was on his unstoppable Grammy run (by way of his critically-acclaimed Late Registration album) he, Consequence, and John Legend released “Grammy Family.” Now, some nine years later, R.F.C.’s Al-Doe is taking that beat for a ride. Peep Al-Doe’s “Grammy Family” freestyle and cop R.F.C.’s The Outsiders album here.