The 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards have wrapped up and though we’re sure you’d rather be watching the cyphers the live performances aren’t that bad. And this year BET brought out the big guns of the modern era, including Bobby Shmurda, Young Thug, Rich Homie Quan, and Migos. Perhaps the biggest takeaway during this was that the young stalwart from the ghettos of East NY, Brooklyn Bobby Shmurda closed the event with his hit single “Hot N***a”, an incredible feat for someone who literally blew up over the summertime. Check out the live videos after the jump.

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Been wondering what Bobby Shmurda has been up to since the success of “Hot N***a”? Cooking up a new track. Shmurda shtans can sleep soundly tonight knowing Bobby fed them well just before bed with his new track “Bobby Bit*h”. After teasing the track through social media Bobby Shmurda goes and drops the track tonight after reaching 100k on Twitter. The questions still remain: will be getting a new dance with the new track? Will that fitted cap finally come down or is it still suspended in the air? Listen after the jump.

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The Game’s highly-anticipated Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf is set to drop on Oct. 14th and the Compton rapper has already previewed four tracks in “F*ck Yo Feelings,” “Black On Black,” “Really”, and “Or Nah”. And judging by those four drops, it’s not only looking to be a feature heavy affair but also grim and aggressive, which is precisely The Game everyone wants and loves. And to reassure fans of the aforementioned Game, he drops “Hit Em Hard” featuring Bobby Shmurda, Freddie Gibbs and Skeme. Check it out after the jump.

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Yep, another “Hot N***a” freestyle/remix. We’re aware you are probably as sick of these as we are, especially given that Ludacris perhaps delivered the best “Hot N***a” freestyle/remix yet thus putting the nail in the proverbial coffin. We are proposing that the rap game officially retire this track. But in case you were curious what Cassidy would do with Bobby Shmurda’s track he went ahead and delivered a freestyle/remix. Listen after the jump.

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In case you’ve been wondering where Ludacris has been he excuses his absence at the beginning of his “Hot N***a” freestyle. And although Luda may seem a tad bit late to the party (Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot N***a” was released as a single in July) he delivers a focused and downright aggressive freestyle. We must say, it’s a welcome addition to all the lousy “Hot N***a” freestyles and remixes we’ve heard so far this year. Luda’s still got it, that’s for sure. Listen after the jump.

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Dipset’s Jim Jones has a new mixtape that just dropped and to promote the tape Capo released a video for “Still Repping” which features GS9 member Rowdy Rebel. The video also features Bobby Shmurda. Download the new mixtape We Own The Night Pt. 2: Memoirs of a Hustler and peep the vid after the jump.

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Horseshoe Gang went ahead and dropped one of the best and realest takes on Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot N***a”. As they say on the song “I don’t shmoney dance, I don’t shmoney dance, what I look like? I ain’t got no money, man” before delivering an onslaught of hard raps dealing with the struggles of adult responsibilities (paying rent, supporting a family, etc.) After the jump.

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When Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot N***a” music video went viral over the summer many detractors took aim at the striking similarities between the Brooklyn rapper’s aesthetic (both in sound and visuals) and the burgeoning Chicago drill scene. However, the negativity quickly died down, especially when nobody from Chicago’s scene seemed to take issue with it. Now, Chief Keef and Fredo Santana drop “Beetle Juice”, a track with a questionable lyric that appears to take a jab at Shmurda. “You know you ain’t catch no body bout a week ago,” raps Keef, which is a lyric directly lifted from Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot N***a” in which Shmurda mentions his pal Mitch catching a body. You decided for yourself if that is a diss, after the jump.

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“Hot N***a” Bobby Shmurda’s hype doesn’t appear to be dying down, sorry haters. And the Epic Records signee even has a new song coming out. In addition to a new song, he also has a clever little dance to go along with the song. Sound familiar? Check out the video after the jump!

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Current Charlotte Hornets guard Lance Stephenson unsuspectedly dropped a freestyle to Bobby Shmurda’s chart-topping “Hot N***a” single back in August and now he has released the official music video to accompany it. In the video Stephenson rides around his Brooklyn neighborhood of Coney Island, plays basketball, and just goes ham in the streets. No word as to what the Hornets think of all this, but doesn’t look as though Stephenson gives a care. Check out the video after the jump.

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Remy Ma may have missed out on many classic opportunities to remix/freestyle hip-hop’s biggest songs as she was imprisoned for six years. But now that she’s out she isn’t going to pass up on the chance to flaunt her mic skills and freestyle over one of hip-hop’s biggest songs of 2014, Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot N*gga”. Check out her freestyle after the jump.

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The young Brooklyn stalwart known as Bobby Shmurda has had himself quite an interesting last couple of months. With the meteoric rise of his “Hot Ni**a” street single over the summer, the Brooklyn rapper has been buzzing for a minute now. Shmurda stopped by Angie Martinez’ show on Power 105.1 to chop it up about Rihanna doing the shmoney dance, what new music he’s got on the way, and much more. Peep the interview after the jump.

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Right after everybody’s cousin, uncle and auntie jumped on this beat…there was a real remix. Jadakiss is on it. Check. Fabolous is also on it. Check two. R&B’s own bad boy Chris Breezy too? Awww…it’s about to get violent. Throw in Busta Rhymes’s occasional Jamaican talk for fun. There’s no way to go wrong with such strong veteran presence mixed with an appealing beat to disguise some slowing spitters.
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The 10 Hottest Songs Of Summer

 |  July 22, 2014
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What makes a summer song? It’s sweaty but never sad about it. The right summer smash makes you put the double-decker barbecue plate on your lawn chair, pour out something cool and get close to the speakers. It’s naked and unashamed, of course. The song’s gotta be loud. Not volume-wise either. You need to be able to open that sunroof, lower the windows on the highway and still annoy passersby with the bass drop. They’re great songs because they’re disposable songs. A summer jam is the wet wipe of music: refreshing as it is fleeting and oh so useful at the right time.

Load these songs into your playlist and be the DJ you always wanted for the weekend.
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