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.

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Fashawn, who recently dropped his album The Ecology, stopped by Statik Selektah’s Showoff Radio program. During his stay there Fashawn jumped on the mic to kick a crazy freestyle. That is all. You don’t want to miss this. Peep Fashawn’s freestyle on Showoff Radio after the jump.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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With Action Bronson’s debut album Mr. Wonderful on the way (due out March) and the Queens rapper already sharing the 40 produced “Actin’ Crazy” he stops by Funkmaster Flex for an exclusive, out of this world freestyle. Needless to say, Bronson spazzed over Prodigy’s “Keep It Thoro.” Check out Action Bronson’s Funkmaster Flex freestyle after the jump!

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Lil Wayne preps the release of his forthcoming Sorry 4 The Wait 2 mixtape amidst the battle over the release of his (currently) pending Tha Carter V album. And to tease the forthcoming Sorry 4 The Wait 2 mixtape he is sharing a freestyle over Future’s Mike WiLL Made It-produced “Sh!t” instrumental. Listen after the jump.

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Your Old Droog stopped by Statik Selektah’s radio show and during his stay the crew decided to throw a DJ Premier beat on and of course it was Your Old Droog’s cue to spit bars. And, as you probably guessed it, he went in. Peep Your Old Droog’s freestyle over a DJ Premier beat after the jump!

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Queens’ Julian Stephen is back with “Simple Minds,” his follow-up video to “Sophisticated Thoughts” which he dropped back in November. “Simple Minds” follows in the same blueprint as “Sophisticated Thoughts” as Julian delivers lively bars showcasing his youthful exuberance. The visuals presented in “Simple Minds” find Julian in the same headspace as in “Sophisticated Thoughts” as well as he busks around NYC, simply enjoying life, and being carefree. If the instrumental to “Simple Minds” sounds familiar that’s because it’s Nas’ “Nas Is Like” from 1998. Peep the visuals to Julian Stephen’s “Simple Minds” freestyle after the jump.

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Ludacris is prepping the release of his Burning Bridges project, which is due out December 16th, and today he shares a beastly freestyle over O.T. Genasis’ “CoCo” instrumental. Luda delivers an impressive freestyle, giving the “CoCo” beat some much needed swagger. Listen after the jump.

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Your Old Droog’s self-titled album is out now and yesterday the Droog dropped the visuals for his “Nutty Bars” cut. So we suppose it’s only right that he finally gets his just due by appearing on Shade 45’s radio show Sway in the Morning. During his time with Sway Your Old Droog took on the show’s infamous “5 Fingers of Death” freestyle segment and needless to say the Brooklyn emcee went in. Check it out after the jump.

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Drake’s “6 God” instrumental gets a freestyle from somebody everyone least expected. Tyler James Williams, the actor who is best known for portraying a young Chris Rock on the hit show Everybody Hates Chris stopped by Sway. But the interview took an interesting turn when Sway dropped the instrumental to Drake’s newly released “6 God”. That’s when Tyler snapped, spitting a godly freestyle. The boy done growed up, ya’ll. You have to see it to believe it. Video after the jump!

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