Every proud musical father will write a song for their children. There’s Bob Dylan’s “Forever Young,” Will Smith’s “Just the Two of Us,” Kanye West’s “Only One” and now Smoke DZA’s “I Got Kids.” Produced by Relly Rell, “I Got Kids” is a track that could usher the first solo DZA album in almost two years. Nevertheless, “I Got Kids” is an altogther great track from the Harlem rapper. Listen after the jump.
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- Audio Singlesposted December 27, 2015 / No Comments
Using Charlamagne’s “Donkey of the Day” segment as a second off for lames, Waka Flocka Flame jumps on the Super Mario produced “Ask Charlamagne” to go at his haters. Fresh off the release of his excellently debaugherious Flockaveli 1.5, “Ask Charlamagne” is more of a lyrical showcase for Flocka. Additionally the song samples The Velvet Underground’s “Venus in Furs” from 1968. Listen after the jump.
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In case you were wondering if the head honcho of Top Dawg Entertainment has bars, Punch lets loose on a freebie. In the past, Punch dropped bars on “Fear” and “Uninspired” but on “Kings” his smooth flow materializes over an equally smooth instrumental. Additionally, his storytelling rhymes are especially vivid — recollecting his early years as an adolescent. It’s a come up story that takes us to the present, which finds Punch with lots of swag like a “ball player.” Hit the jump to peep the loosie from the TDE president.
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Today Puff Daddy dropped off the deluxe version of his excellent MMM mixtape from November. You can scoop that up on iTunes. In addition, he’s sharing the project’s bonus track, “Old Man Wildin’” featuring Jadakiss and Styles P. As per the old saying: shut your mouth when grown-ups are talking. Check out Puff Daddy’s “Old Man Wildin” after the jump.
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Pusha T’s Darkest Before Dawn is set to drop first thing midnight and after sharing “Untouchable,” “M.F.T.R. (More Famous Than Rich),” and “Crutches, Crosses, Caskets,” Pusha T is sharing the heavyweight feature cut “MPA.” In addition to recruiting Kanye West, A$AP Rocky, and The-Dream for “MPA,” the track is produced by the Dreamville superstar J. Cole. Listen after the jump.
- Audio Singlesposted December 16, 2015 / No Comments
“Everyone talkin’ like I’m Bryce Harper,” raps Wale on his newest cut, “MVP (Bryce Harper)” — a track that has the DMV rapper comparing himself to MLB’s 2015 MVP Bryce Harper. And because Harper plays for Wale’s Washington Nationals, the comparison is only more fitting. Listen after the jump.