I haven’t heard from Quadir since The Quickening Arts, but it sounds like he hasn’t lost a step. He teams up with Statik Selektah for a banger.
Curren$y takes a trip to the West Coast on this new cut featuring G Perico. Curren$y said he wouldn’t drop a project for a while (aside from The Jetlanta EP), but maybe this changes things.
Caskey’s last project was a bit lackluster in my opinion, but he’s spitting on Generation Y. It easily outshines every song on the mixtape and it’s a great start for 2017.
Another day, another Conway guest verse (which saves this song). I can’t wait for Conway to drop his GOAT album, which should be out soon.
Wiki & Your Old Droog drop an EP with production from Black Milk, Statik Selektah, AraabMuzik, !llmind & more.
New Jersey emcee J. Littles teams up with Joell Ortiz. No Way Out can be found on J. Littles 7 Day Cleanse project, which dropped last year.
Here’s the tagless version of the new Big Bank Black single. 25 Squares features Future and is produced by Wheezy.
Illmaculate is my favorite battle rapper music-wise. That’s OK is his latest single, but if you missed it, make sure to check out his recent album, Still Standing.
Ali Vegas & Reek are making a comeback as The Williams Bros. Here’s a single off their EP.
I believe KRS-One will drop a new song each Friday during Black History Month. In the first installment he pleads to look at black history from a different perspective.
Uncle Murda, Dave East & Styles P do what they do best over a Scram Jones production.
Durk & Thug join forces. Off DJ Bandz’s Chilanta 3 mixtape and it will also land on Durk’s upcoming Love Songs For The Streets project.
B.o.B tries to get his buzz back up with this energetic single. It sounds like B.o.B is taking a couple of shots at unnamed Atlanta rappers. This is a solid effort nonetheless.
Off Faith’s The King & I, which will also feature Busta Rhymes, Styles P, Snoop Dogg & Lil Kim.
The 11th Ultimate Underground with Nas, Celph Titled, Brother Ali, Blu, Willie The Kid, La The Darkman, Has-Lo, Oddisee, Reef The Lost Cauze.
V Don gets a pretty nice line-up over a really dope & gritty backdrop. Off the producer’s upcoming The Opiate 2 project.
The always smooth Raekwon opts for a bit more gritty delivery on This Is What It Comes Too. Off The Wild album, dropping March 10th.
New Jidenna is always welcome. I predicted more Quavo solo and guest appearances this year and he’s already going in.
You can leave it up to Locksmith to address social inequality. Agenda is the fist single off Locksmith’s Olive Branch album, dropping soon. You can watch the music video as well.
Zach Farlow is underrated when it comes to catchy songs. Featuring production from Metro Boomin, Southside, Sonny Digital & more.
Sampha’s debut album is out now. I knew this would be good, with impeccable singles like Blood On Me and No One Knows Me (Like The Piano), which you can stream below.
Casanova brings some of NY’s best together to remix his Don’t Run single.
‘Donald Trump’s an honorable guy, Kanye’s so modest and shy, that’s a couple alternative facts’. Crooked with the comedy.