Besides topping the charts on Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse” single, Juicy J has had himself an awfully quiet 2014 thus far. But have no fear, as the Juice Mane stay trippy even when you’re least suspecting. And today the Memphis OG shared a new track “Ice” featuring Future and A$AP Ferg. The track is also produced by frequent collaborator Mike Will Made It. It bangs. After the jump!

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Cam’ron recently unleashed the full version of “Snapped” featuring 2 Chainz off of his forthcoming 1st of the Month after merely teasing it on Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1. And now Cam has a video accompanying the track. General consensus for the video? Ex-girlfriends be trippin’ and will egg you. After the jump.

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Azealia Banks is a pure talent, there’s no question about that. Sadly, however, she appears more invested engaging in Twitter beefs than putting out quality music. We all know she’s capable of it, as we’ve seen her do it before. And with the release of her new song “Chasing Time” one might assert that she’s attempting somewhat of a “comeback” following her public fallout. We just hope she’s committed to this. After the jump.

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Cam’ron’s 1st of the Month is due out (appropriately) October 1st and he has recently shared “Snapped” from it. The track was first heard as a snippet on Cam’s Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1. Now Cam has made the full track available with 2 Chainz’s full verse intact. Check out the track after the jump.

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The visual element in hip-hop is as crucial as the musical. That’s a fact. And leave it none other than Shiest Bubz to give you some of the best visuals that perfectly compliment the lyrical. What you get in the “Big Willie” video below is a lifetime packaged into four minutes. Riding around in a clean Rolls-Royce Phantom, Shiest Bubz does everything from count his bread, floss his jewelry, and give you the lowdown on just how hard he is able to stunt. Check out the video after the jump.

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Singer-songwriter Sam Smith went from being just another ordinary English boy to a worldwide sensation thanks to his pipes and honest, confessional lyrics. The same could be said about ASAP Rocky, who went from standing on the block in Harlem to being one of the most distinct rappers in the world today. So it’s not that farfetched that Rocky would jump on Smith’s “I’m Not the Only One” to deliver two stellar and equally heartfelt verses. Check out the track below.

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