Back in April when Future dropped his sophomore album Honest there was a track entitled “Never Satisfied” that featured a snippet of a Drake verse. Just as Drake begins singing the hook to “Never Satisfied” the song fades out and fans were… well… never satisfied. But now, the producer of that track Mike WiLL Made-It has made the full version available via his Soundcloud page. Hopefully you are now satisfied. Listen after the jump.

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After delivering a very solid mixtape in By Any Means earlier this year, Kevin Gates caught the attention of many for being the guy who told everyone to eat booty. Yep. It’s sad, considering Gates is one of the better underground rappers out. And on his new track “Reasonable Suspicion”, producer Guss flips the contemplative piano sample that producer Ski Beatz used on Jay Z’s Reasonable Doubt classic “Dead Presidents.” Listen after the jump.

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Last week Nas surprised everyone when he dropped “The Season”, his long-delayed collaboration with legendary Detroit producer J Dilla. On “The Season” Nas raps over Dilla’s smooth “Gobstopper” beat from his 2006 instrumental album Donuts. If nobody was expecting that to happen, then surely nobody was even remotely thinking about AZ, Nas’ longtime and frequent rhyme partner, and also a member of hip-hop group The Firm (which Nasty Nas was also part of), to remix the track. Listen to AZ’ remix of Nas’ (and Jay Dee’s) “The Season” after the jump.

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New Atlanta’s power trio Migos return for their second official mixtape of 2014 (following the excellent No Label 2) in the hilariously titled Rich Ni**a Timeline. The new mixtape contains eighteen no frills exotic trap bangers equipped with amazing, over-the-top adlibs and trademark triplet flows. Also, from what we have gathered, there are also absolutely no features present on Rich Ni**a Timeline. Quite a refreshing stance in modern hip-hop, we must say. Stream and download Rich Ni**a Timeline after the jump. Quavo! Ugh!

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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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Since September The LOX’s (Jadakiss, Styles P, Sheek Louch) name has been propping up regularly, perhaps the most since the early 2000s. First the Yonkers trio jumped on Dej Loaf’s smash hit “Try Me” which they immediately followed up with their visual for “No Selfies”. The LOX pushed on, receiving a huge cosign from Lil Wayne when they were featured on his Tha Carter V track “Gotti”. And most recently the trio dropped “All We Know” from their forthcoming EP, The Trinity: 2nd Sermon. Now they’ve returned, sharing the intro from the aforementioned EP, “Let’s Get It”. Listen after the jump.

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Rich the Kid got that heat on the way for all you trappers out there. First his collaborative mixtape with Migos Streets on Lock 5 drops later today (November 5th) and then he will follow that up with his solo effort Rich Than Famous in December. But what Rich the Kid has for you here is a team up with Brooklyn’s Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel. Listen to “On My Way” after the jump!

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Rick Ross has been dropping song after song from his forthcoming studio album Hood Billionaire. And now, he drops another in “Nickel Rock” featuring Boosie Badazz, who, himself dropped a new track recently in “All Falls Down”. Peep the new Rozay track with Boosie after the jump.

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The wait is finally over. After announcing their forthcoming, long-gestating A Better Tomorrow will be released despite delays and inner group conflict the Wu goes and shares a proper follow-up to “Ron O’Neal” (released back in August, jeez!) with “Ruckus In B Minor”. If that isn’t enough to get Wu-Tang Clan fans hyped the new song opens with some words from the late great Ol’ Dirty Bastard. Listen after the jump.

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After announcing a collaborative album with fellow Atlantan T.I. Jeezy drops a new track featuring the “King of Dancehall” himself Beenie Man and West Coast hit machine Ty Dolla $ign. “Link Up” also features production from DJ Mustard, so you know it’s gonna be a turn up number. Listen after the jump.

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First of the mon… well, technically it’s the second of the month but you get the idea. And that means one thing for Harlem rap superstar Cam’ron: dropping the latest installment in his 1st of the Month EP series. If you’ve lost count, he’s currently up to five. The five track EP features guest spots from Wiz Khalifa, Hell Rell, and Smoke DZA. You may stream it below.

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It seems as though there isn’t a single chink in the Top Dawg Entertainment armor, as those who aren’t even signed as featured artists can spit some bars if they pleased. Case in point: TDE co-president Terrence “Punch” Henderson releasing “My Darling Nicki”, an interlude showcasing his rapping ability. Check it out after the jump.

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New Music: E-40 – “Choices (Yup)”

 |  November 2, 2014
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E-40 has gained a reputation for dropping multi-part projects, he’s been doing it since 2010 when he released four albums part of his Revenue Retrievin’ project (there was Day Shift, Night Shift, Overnight Shift, and Graveyard Shift). He followed that up in 2012 with a massive six part series entitled The Block Brochure. Now E-40 is prepping the release of his forthcoming multi-part release, Sharp On All 4 Corners. And to support the project he has shared “Choices (Yup)” to serve as its first single. Listen after the jump!

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