Fabolous is continuing his weekly streak of dropping some freestyle heat. He has blessed us with a freestyle over Dr. Dre’s “B***hes Ain’t Sh*t” from his seminal 1992 album The Chronic then he gave us “Told Ya’ll.” This week Fab is sharing “Take It Easy” where he goes over Mad Lion’s 1994 original. Check it out after the jump!
Lil Durk’s debut album Remember My Name is set to drop May 12th via Def Jam. Durk has already shared “Get That Money” and “Different.” Now he’s teaming up with fellow Chicago neighbor (quite literally, the two grew up on the same street) Lil Reese for a freestyle over Big Sean’s “Blessings.” Get at it after the jump.
Last week Fabolous hit us with that unexpected freestyle over Dr. Dre’s “B***hes Ain’t Sh*t” from his seminal 1992 album The Chronic. This week he’s serving us up with yet another freestyle in “Told Ya’ll.” Check it out after the jump.
Charles Hamilton, who recently inked a new record deal, dropped “Correct,” as well as another track with Rita Ora entitled “NY Raining” has begun his comeback. Hamilton stopped by Hot 97 to discuss his departure from the rap game, his inevitable comeback, and even spits a great freestyle to boot. Check it all out after the jump!
These next few weeks will be littered with Kendrick Lamar news, so get used to it. King Kendrick started by finally announcing the title and release date for his highly-anticipated good kid, m.A.A.d city followup. Now he’s blessing us with a lengthy freestyle over some memorable Notorious B.I.G. instrumentals after he stopped by Big Boy’s recently-relaunched Real 92.3FM in Los Angeles. Check it out after the jump.
Despite GS9’s Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel being locked up on various charges that hasn’t stopped the streets from showing their support and love via freestyles/remixes. And while “Hot N***a” has been freestyled/remixed to death Lil Herb goes the other route by freestyling over “Computers” their lesser known single. Check out the visuals after the jump.
G-Unit stopped by DJ Self’s Power 105 show and dropped a killer freestyle. Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, and 50 Cent off on J. Cole’s “Fire Squad” and Drake’s “Energy.” Check it out after the jump!
It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything new from the “Alphabetical Slaughter” rapper Papoose. And with Meek Mill’s “Monster” single gaining a lot of traction Pap had decided to jump on the track to spit a freestyle. Listen to Papoose’s take on Meek’s “Monster” after the jump.
When he’s not busy filming car chases or being an all-around baller in Hollywood Ludacris spends his off time spitting freestyles over the hottest radio/street singles. I mean, he practically dominated that lane last year with such hit freestyles/remixes as “Hot N***a,” “Tuesday,” “Numbers on the Board,” and “CoCo.” And now with his full length album Ludaversal on the way (out March 31st) Luda is sharing another new freestyle for 2015. This time he’s ripping Migos’ newest smash “One Time.” Get at it after the jump.
Big Sean’s much anticipated third studio album Dark Sky Paradise drops today and to tease at some new music the Detroit player is sharing a freestyle entitled “Me, Myself & I” (it’s over Beyonce’s song of the same name.) Needless to say, Big Sean goes in, dropping bars. Rumor has it Sean also disses Kendrick Lamar. Sneak dissing still hot in 2015? Hopefully not. Listen to Big Sean’s “Me, Myself & I” freestyle after the jump.
Back in the early 2000s, when Kanye West was on his unstoppable Grammy run (by way of his critically-acclaimed Late Registration album) he, Consequence, and John Legend released “Grammy Family.” Now, some nine years later, R.F.C.’s Al-Doe is taking that beat for a ride. Peep Al-Doe’s “Grammy Family” freestyle and cop R.F.C.’s The Outsiders album here.
If you haven’t been paying attention to Queens, New York spitter Julian Stephen then you’re doing yourself a serious disservice. Julian capped off 2014 with some dope cuts like the on-max-chill “Sophisticated Thoughts” and the follow-up “Simple Minds” which found Julian rapping over Nas’ “Nas Is Like” instrumental. But on his first offering of 2015, Julian Stephen goes a little harder. “Disney Kids” has Julian going in, freestyling over a tough and atmospheric beat. “Disney Kids” is the perfect middle ground for those looking for someone to sit comfortably between the popiness of Drake and the raw, emotional intensity of J. Cole. Listen to Julian Stephen’s “Disney Kids” after the jump.