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Audio Push are teaming with Travi$ Scott for “Party 101,” a track produced by Hit-Boy, Boi-1da, and Rey Reel. The track arrives following the release of Audio Push’s Inland Empire mixtape, which also had a feature from Scott, who recently released his debut album, Rodeo. Check out “Party 101” after the jump.

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The correlation between religion and hip hop isn’t so far-fetched. And with Jeezy recently occupying the “Pastor Jeezy” moniker, the line between the two is further blurred. After delivering a powerful message of self-love and self-empowerment in “GOD” — with the help of producer by day/church organ player by night, Zaytoven — Jeezy returns with “Church in These Streets” as part of his #SundayService series. All of this is adding up to quite the roll-out for his forthcoming album, which is due out November 13th. In addition, Jeezy has opened up the phones to fans and they can dial 404-800-9983 if they’re feeling inquisitive. In the meantime, bump “Church in These Streets” by Jeezy, or rather, “Pastor Jeezy” after the jump.

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Nas as a featured artist is a rare occasion these days. Hell, a Nas verse in general is as rare as candy these days. When he’s not helping the burgeoning Mass Appeal with their inner workings, Nas is assisting rappers like Dave East with some hot bars. And that’s precisely what we’ve got here in “Forbes List,” a track that’s set to appear on East’s forthcoming Hate Me Now (also a nod to Nasty Nas, duh!) on Mass Appeal. It’s due out October 2nd and will feature guest spots from the likes of Pusha T, Jahlil Beats, Jadakiss, and Styles P. But the track you’re probably looking to hear is the Nas featured “Forbes List,” which you may bump after the jump.

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Pusha T joins Sheek Louch for “Bang Bang,” a tough as sh*t track for your Thursday afternoon. Wanna break stuff at work? Thinking about moshing in your bedroom? Maybe push some people on the street? “Bang Bang” has got you covered. The track will appear on Sheek’s forthcoming Silverback Gorilla 2 project. Check out Sheek Louch and Pusha T on “Bang Bang” after the jump.

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It was all good about a week ago. Houston rapper Sauce Walka (of Sauce Twinz) is taking issue with Drake, who is apparently claiming H-Town as his home. It’s also worth noting that the relationship between Drizzy and the Sauce Twinz was seemingly gravy. Drake even remixed the Sauce Twinz’ “2 Legited 2 Quited,” which was a good look for the H-Town duo. According to Walka, Drake is stealing the culture and content from Houston for his own lyrics. Walka also believes Drizzy makes music with just about everyone else around the States, except for the talent in his native Houston. Needless to say, all of this palpable tension has culminated to a diss record, entitled “Wack 2 Wack” (a play on Drake’s “Back to Back” — his diss record for Meek Mill). Listen to Sauce Walka’s “Wack 2 Wack” after the jump.

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Joe Budden is sharing “SlaughterMouse,” a track that he previewed a month back. The track, initially perceived to be a diss towards Eminem, is actually more of an open letter to the famed Detroit emcee. Budden positions himself as a sort of “Stan” here, leveling much praise for Eminem and his career. The track may or may not appear on Budden’s forthcoming All Love Lost album, dropping next month. In the meantime, peep “SlaughterMouse” after the jump.

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It’s been a while since we’ve heard new music from Kanye West. But that’s changing today, with Ye dropping a new track, reportedly entitled “I Feel It,” at his Yeezy Season 2 show. The show, which is part of New York Fashion Week, has been livestreamed to theaters around the world. Dazed Magazine also broadcast the show via Periscope. Watch the full show here. Listen to the new Ye track, “I Feel It,” after the jump. No word as to when SWISH will be dropping or where “I Feel It” will be slotted in his catalog.

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According to a recent Twitter post, CyHi the Prynce is on the verge of dropping three projects in three months (Hardway Musical, Love in Revolution, and Royal Flush 3). And today he’s sharing “LORD, LORD, LORD” featuring Atlanta rapper, K Camp, who also dropped an album recently in Only Way Is Up (album features a bonus track featuring CyHi.) Check out CyHi’s “LORD, LORD, LORD” after the jump and be on the lookout for those upcoming three projects.

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Rick Ross is steady feeding the streets. Whether it’s his Black Dollar project or previous works like Mastermind and Hood Billionaire, Ross will always have the support of the streets and his day one fans. Which is why his latest track — a loosie produced by Jahlil Beats — isn’t any different. It’s got a solid, thumping bass as its musical backdrop, allowing Ross to go in. He flexes on the track, too — quite literally — telling the world he’ll show off his abs like the late great 2Pac. Listen after the jump.

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We’re certainly no strangers to rap beefs and diss records. In fact, there’s really never a shortage of them. But, unlike the content generating, globally realized, and media blitzing of the Drake/Meek Mill beef from a month back, this Vic Spencer/Mick Jenkins beef is kinda lame. I mean, it all started with yet another Twitter spat. Cool. (Apparently Vic had some choice words for a Chicago venue, The East Room, and Mic took issue with that.) Now, these talented Chi-Town emcees are embroiled in a beef. But I can’t say I’m all that impressed with this “Dick Jerkins” track. While Vic certainly has bars for days, the constant beat switch-ups here (along with the cringe-inducing song title) just doesn’t cut it in the end. No response from Mic Jenkins just yet. However, we’re not entirely sure that’ll even be necessary. In the meantime, peep Vic Spencer’s “Dick Jerkins” diss record after the jump.

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Remember DOOMStarks? Or, MF Doom and Ghostface Killah’s long-gestating, infinitely-delayed collaborative project? Me either. But guess what, evildoers? They’re back with “Lively Hood,” a track that finds the two rap heavyweights going bar-for-bar over a plucky vintage beat. It’s a neat lil’ track, which judging from the sound of it — as well as both Doom and Killah’s flow) — is a throwback from years back; when the two first announced their collaborative project Swift and Changeable. It’s also worth noting that “Lively Hood” is part of [adult swim]’s singles series, which has given us everything from Danny Brown & Clams Casino to Shabazz Palaces so far this year. Go ahead, press play after the jump. You know you want to…

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KXNG Crooked is joined by Aftermath Entertainment’s very onw DJ Silk for “If I Was Dre” to help craft a loving ode to Dr. Dre, who recently released his purported final album, Compton. Chris Noxx, of the group Tha Piecemakerz, is also partly responsible with helping craft “If I Was Dre” with KXNG Crooked and DJ Silk. Check out the tribute to the world’s greatest rap entrepreneur and near-billionaire, Dr. Dre after the jump.
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Lil Donald, the rapper responsible for “Juice,” is back with a mixtape. It’s called Freeband Loyal and it’s out on Future’s FBG imprint. This is a song off the album, it features Future and Yung Booke. Future lays down a sweet hook and there are some decent verses. Enjoy after the jump.

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Ty Dolla $ign will finally be dropping his debut album, Free THC. Unfortunately, however, it may be little too late for the West Coast artist. Music just isn’t in the market for Ty right now — the streets are being flooded with heat. But he’s still churning out tunes for his fans and here he has “When I See Ya” featuring another big time hitmaker, Fetty Wap. Check out “When I See Ya” after the jump, and pre-order Free THC on iTunes now.

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Prodigy, of (the infamous) Mobb Deep, is joined by Infamous Mobb for this rare freestyle session. Conveniently, the two go over fellow Queensbridge native Nas’ “Life’s a Bitch” instrumental off of his iconic debut album, Illmatic. Check out the freestyle from Prodigy and Infamous Mobb after the jump.

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