Lil Durk and Chief Keef were cool. Then they were beefing. And now it looks like things are cool again. That’s a good thing, I suppose. The two have teamed up for “Decline” which is also produced by Chiraq drill impresario Young Chop. Listen to “Decline” after the jump.

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New Music: Chief Keef – “Voodoo”

 |  January 29, 2015
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There’s never a shortage of Chief Keef music and with “Voodoo” he adds another one to his ever-growing catalog of work. On “Voodoo” Sosa teams up with producer KC Da Beatmonster where he raps without ever catching his breath. It’s strange, which by now is commonplace for Keef, and definitely worth a listen. Listen to “Voodoo” after the jump.

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After dropping “Bodies on the Ground” last December Fredo Santana returns to 2015 with “Bricks” an autotune-drenched cut. But if autotune isn’t your thing and you’re not feeling Fredo’s movement then peep the awesome cover art above. That’s Bobby Hill (from King of the Hill) with Fredo Santana’s signature tattoos. I guess that’s the only takeaway from this. Oh well. Peep Fredo Santana’s “Bricks” after the jump. Or just stare at that hilariously rad cover art above. Whatever you want.

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Lil Durk has been dealing with some unfortunate legal issues stemming from a gun charge, but that isn’t stopping the Chicago rapper from dropping some heat this winter. Today he shares “I’m a Star” featuring Coke Boys head honcho French Montana. Listen after the jump.

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Fredo Santana isn’t one to mince words, which is precisely why it’s quite simple here: fu*k the other side. Don’t get it confused, Fredo says. And with a song title and message like that, how could you possibly get it twisted? The message was sent as soon as you read the title. Watch the video to Fredo Santana’s “Fu*k the Other Side” after the jump.

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Lil Durk keeps on feeding the streets with banger after banger. Despite dropping Signed to the Streets 2 over the summer Durk hasn’t slowed down since then, releasing plenty of new material. After serving up “Shots Fired” he returns with “Jack Boys” featuring frequent collaborator and fellow OTF patron Lil Reese. The track is also produced by Young Chop. After the jump!

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