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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Dej Loaf’s hit song “Try Me” has already been remixed by the likes of Wiz Khalifa and now Chiraq’s Lil Durk is jumping on the stellar DDS produced track. Lil Durk doesn’t do much as far as switching up his flow, instead mimicking Def Loaf’s slow and steady approach. This actually works in Durk’s advantage as the sedated flow allows the OTF spitter’s to come off loud and clear. Listen after the jump.

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Ever since Cozz signed to J. Cole’s Dreamville imprint fans have been anxiously awaiting Cozz to drop a solo project. Well, as Cozz put it himself: the wait is over! And with Cozz N Effect comes a remix of “Knock tha Hustle” featuring Cozz’ superior, J. Cole. Listen after the jump!

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Both Vince Staples and Jay Electronica gave Common a helping hand during his AAHH! festival performance over the weekend and today Common delivers a remix of “Kingdom” featuring the two rappers. The original, which appears on Common’s excellent Nobody’s Smiling album, gets a nice boost of energy from the youthful Vince Staples and a solid verse from Jay Electronica. The track is said to be performed live at the BET Hip-Hop Awards on Oct. 14th during a tribute to the late Mike Brown. After the jump.

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Yes! It’s finally here! The long awaited “Booty” music video from Jennifer Lopez featuring hip-hop’s princess Iggy Azalea. You may recall J-Lo posting a steamy teaser a weeks back and needless to say it got the Internet salivating. But now, thanks to queen J-Lo we are being blessed with the full video. Enjoy!

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The summer smash “No Flex Zone” by Rae Sremmurd has been remixed to death. However, one very notable person was conspicuously missing from the fray. Despite hinting at a remix of the song way back in July, Waka Flocka Flame has finally decided to drop it in September. Maybe that’s a good thing seeing as fall is here and we need that heat. Peep Waka’s remix of “No Flex Zone” after the jump.

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Here’s a blast from the past. Recorded way back in 1995, Raekwon has decided it’s now suitable to remix this oldie but goodie classic. Traveling back in time Rae jumps on Faith Evans’ 1995 classic, “You Used to Love Me” and polishes off the dust with a fresh, new verse. Rae has been blessing fans with these #TBT tracks and his remix of “You Used to Love Me” is a welcome addition. Check it after the jump.

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Last year, K. Dot and Pusha T coordinated “Nosetalgia” to trade the gift of crossover into each other’s audiences. Where that smooth but unusual blend surprised us, this one is glued together with a standard Jeezy hook and Kendrick doing his toot-toot-beep-beep rap like R. Kelly on “Ignition.” The stories that might bind their styles are missing but the streets will buzz off this track’s name recognition alone. Check it after the jump.
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Lil Herb, like Lil Bibby, Lil Durk and Lil Reese, is a Chi-town hustler rapper. Where he lacks in finesse, he makes up for in pulp. On this one, Common and Chance add the touches of subtlety and sobriety. Com just needs to rap a little faster so he doesn’t give the song such an obvious belly. After the jump.
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