Yesterday Pro Era’s de facto leader Joey Badass stopped by Shade 45 to spit a freestyle for DJ Tony Touch’s Toca Tuesday. Needless to say, Joey spits a badass freestyle over Sean Price’s “Figure Four” and G-Unit’s “Smile”. Though fans are anxiously awaiting the arrival of Joey’s new album B4.DA.$$ they will get a kick out of his freestyle session. Check it out after the jump!

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There’s no signs of slowing down for Troy Ave. Currently on the road for his Money, Powder, Respect Tour, the Brooklyn MC manages to deliver a new track for fans. “All About the Money” features his B$B crew members Young Lito and Manolo Rose. Peep the track after the jump.

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Here’s a treat for hardcore hip-hop heads out there. Saigon, one of Brooklyn’s finest, has dropped a jewel on ya’ll. “Mechanical Animals” is a beast of a track, featuring a stacked lineup which includes the legendary Kool G. Rap, Marcy alumni Memphis Bleek, and Chiraq’s Lil Bibby. Safe to say you better brace yourself because all four MCs deliver stellar verses. Get at it 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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A couple years back, everyone thought Joey Bada$$ was the one to watch from Brooklyn. He did Golden Era husky rap like few in his bracket. But then the Underachievers bombarded the scene with Indigoism showing shades of another great rap duo in Outkast but with the gruffness of Black Moon and Boot Camp. This is a preview of their soon-to-debut album. Listen after the jump.
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On Thursday, August 16, Paperbox in Brooklyn was host to a free Juicy J concert. In addition to Juicy J, there were performances from Black Dave and Johnny Nelson. Music was provided by Venus X and Helen Harris. All photos taken by Lucas Farrar/Far Fetched Future.

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