Remember Your Old Droog? You know… the mysterious rapper who earlier this year unsuspectingly dropped an equally puzzling EP on the internet that everyone and their grandmother subsequently mistook as being something new from Queensbridge legend Nas? Yeah, well, by now I’m sure you know it’s not Nas. And thankfully that hasn’t stopped the Brooklyn emcee from releasing new music as he does so with “Where the Rhymes At?” (initially released as a freestyle). Droog is also slated to drop a full-length album later this month, as well. Listen to “Where the Rhymes At?” and stay tuned for more on Droog.

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Ludacris continues his streak of dropping fire freestyles over notable hip-hop tracks of the last year. After sharing the best “Hot N***a” freestyle and dropping his “Tuesday” freestyle, Luda went ahead and snapped on Pusha’s “Numbers on the Board”. Now he’s gifting the fans with that braggadocios ish with “Tom Ford”. Listen after the jump and be on the lookout for Luda’s Burning Bridges EP dropping in December.

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Judging strictly by her new track Willow Smith appears to be following in the creative footsteps of her older brother, Jaden. You may recall the recent transformation, of sorts, young Jaden has miraculously gone under. He’s finding his voice in the music world, releasing strange and uniquely perplexing rap songs. From his cut “Trophy” to spitting morose bars over Pink Floyd’s “Melancholy” the kid’s got an interesting perspective on the world. So Willow is taking some notes, releasing “Female Energy”, a freestyle that is equal balance introspective track and brilliantly imaginative songwriting. She just sounds so free on the song. Oh, and she’s 13-years-old. Listen for yourself after the jump.

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Welp, that sure was fast. With Drake’s recent three song drop off (“6 God”, Heat of the Moment”, and “How Bout Now”) that sent waves throughout the ‘net we were expecting some freestyles to inevitably crop up. However, we weren’t expecting them to hit the blogs that fast! In what is expected to be the first of many freestyles/remixes for any of the three new Drake tracks, noted battle rapper Murda Mook went ahead and did it first. Mook shared his freestyle for Drake’s banger of the bunch, “6 God”. In the freestyle Mook snaps, even taking shots at the OVO songwriter. Peep it after the jump.

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Logic’s debut full length studio album Under Pressure is out today and to celebrate the kid does what he does best: spit bars. And that’s precisely what the 24-year-old rapper from Gaithersburg, Maryland did in this video from BET’s The Backroom. Check out the flames that is Logic’s freestyle after the jump.

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Oh god, oh god! Big Sean’s come up revolves around freestyling on radio shows, which ultimately lead to his signing to Kanye’s GOOD Music label. So it’s no surprise that he absolutely goes off during this freestyle on the Cosmic Kev show. Seriously, check this out Big Sean haters and doubters. Video after the jump.

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Ludacris has been on a roll lately. Bet you thought you’d never live to hear anyone say that again, huh? Well, it’s true. After dropping a killer freestyle to Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot N***a” (quite easily the best out of everyone who did a remix/freestyle) and Riff Raff’s “Tip Toe Wing In My Jawwdinz” Luda is back for more. This time he delivers a freestyle over iLoveMakonnen’s smash hit “Tuesday”. Listen after the jump.

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Did you just “what the fu*k?” while reading that title? We don’t blame you as we here at iHipHop are collectively perplexed at controversial battle rapper Daylyt’s latest oddball stunt. Known for being quite the eccentric, Daylyt took things a step further this time by attempting to poop on stage… during an actual battle.

As the story goes: the crowd in Phoenix was apparently fed up with Daylyt’s antics (he dressed in an all-black outfit with a cloak over his head) during his battle with Real Deal so they proceeded to boo him. Daylyt, clearly unfazed by the crowd’s reaction, proceeded with his usual shenanigans by unveiling a fake decapitated head to go along with one of his bars. Well, the Phoenix crowd continued and Daylyt warned them with, “If I hear two more boos, I’ma boo boo on stage.” As I’m sure we guessed it: the crowd continued to boo which prompted Daylyt to pull down his pants and attempted to literally take a dump on stage during the battle.

Fortunately Daylyt couldn’t go through with the sh*t (stage fright, we presume?) and was quickly escorted off stage and out of the event. You can watch Daylyt attempt to take a dump in a video after the jump. If that’s something you’re interested in seeing, of course.

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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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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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