Los Angeles rapper Kid Ink has teamed up with Chiraq’s very own Lil Bibby for a new track entitled “All I Need” off the fresh new Batgang: 4B’s project. It goes without saying that the gruff-voiced Bibby slays the track with a pair of verses as Kid Ink provides the chorus as a solid backdrop for the song. Peep it after the jump.

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Lil Bibby is a young kid with a grown gruff voice. This makes it seem like his words have more authority than they do. So then, he can get away with saying brash sh*t like “f*ck is you saying? what is you doin? why is you playin?” and it sounds like more than a juvenile threat. This is the ethos of his latest mixtape “Free Crack”. Check “For The Low” after the jump.
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Bey-Z rises from the rubble unscathed. Amber Rose pulls a J-Lo with her almost-not-a-dress. Nicki pulls her dress together by seams. RiFF RaFF, Katy Perry and Taylor Swift play their positions clumsily and look really and truly not cool bruh. Check the pics and videos after the jump.
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“Faded like Juvenile and BG.” Those quirky guys at Mello Music Group bring out the dust and sitcom campy humor on this redundantly named track. Quelle intros the wacky world with goonish 70s swaggering and Jonwayne finesses his own instrumental nicely. Zeroh closes cleverly with some abrupt breaks that fully engage the lulling, funky bass line. Check it out after the jump.
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Toronto rapper P Reign got that Drake upgrade but it comes on a run of Drakeovers that risk blurring into each other with his signatures dappled all over them. Nevermind the risk of fatigue, he delivers the scene-stealer verse, complete with the real mentions of names and locales from his kiss-and-tell adventures. On a joint called “Drunk and F*ck” after the jump.
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Rap jester RiFF RaFF and acts like him are a mainstream mainstay. What they mean is not as important as what they say or what they’re symbols for: products. His guest spot here would be as effective on a top 100 country song or a Miley Cyrus banger. Katy Perry is also a function of the track she’s on, but not much without it.
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On “Low” Lil Bibby makes some audacious claims, Nicki puts her pelvis on something, and Juicy J sips. Young Thug croaks and howls into a void of a song. In other words, business as usual. The video is a little less than the sum of these parts somehow, but we can still get our dose of Minaj. Watch it after the jump.
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