Unless you’ve been living under a rock you already know young Vince Staples is one of the best new emcees out right now, easily. He’s a true spitter. And as if we didn’t 100% already know this, Vince Staples went and snapped all over Missy Elliott’s “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)” for five minutes on Sway in the Morning. Off the top too, mind you. Go ahead and watch the video because this kid deserves the recognition; respect. After the jump.

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Yesterday Kendrick Lamar debuted a new track from his forthcoming studio album, entitled “i”. However, the song was met with a less than stellar reception with many fans unsure of the direction Kendrick was going on following the hugely successful good kid m.A.A.d city. Perhaps Kendrick felt the sting of the fans and media because he absolutely snaps on this Power 106 Los Angeles radio freestyle. Kendrick goes ham for roughly six straight minutes, freestyling over cuts from Jay Z and Nas. After the jump!

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Waka’s been dropping some heat lately. As part of his I Can’t Rap series, Waka has been releasing new freestyles and today we have another one for you. This time around we find Waka Flocka Flame freestyling over Yo Gotti’s “Fu*k You”. Check it out after the jump.

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Chris Brown recently dropped his sixth studio album X and to celebrate he stopped by Power 106 to chop it up with production team L.A. Leakers. During his time with the duo he jumped on Schoolboy Q’s chart-topping single “Studio”. Listen after the jump.

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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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Overconfident narcissist? Overachieving black kid at band camp? Childish Gambino releases a tirade, as is his wont, about those who doubt him yet love Chance. Or those who would dare question his skills in the face of all the privilege he lacks. The Atlanta references hint at an explicit Drake obsession but the rhymes are B+ strong because he studied so hard. Check the rant freestyle vid after the jump.
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ATL alternative Raury drops this hammer on Sway’s show, declaring himself a unique breed of artist with an Outkast outcast’s view. The Dre Benjamin influence only peeks through and what a welcome sight it is as the eclectic Atlanta scene grows further. Better than that: it’s improvised. Check the cameo after the jump.
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Young Lito and Troy Ave spit their neatly manicured street rhymes. It’s all packaged well for this environment, down to Troy Ave screaming “keep going!” like Hov with State Property. Lito has enough punches for rounds of this, and Troy is a great hype man for his verses and his buddy’s. Check the improv bragging after the jump.
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