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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Probably couldn’t be happier about this. iLoveMakonnen is an intriguing new artist whose-dripped out hustler howling turns up every one of his infectious songs. Drake is a wannabe crooner with notable rap skills and hits out the arse. We posted the video for “Tuesday” here if you want to check out the club lullaby. Drake remix after the jump.
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Pretty sure the number of stabbings just increased with the release of this joint. A$AP Mob has so many low-key lyricists wrapped in their gangster packaging it’s always thrilling when they partner with other hidden scribes like Waka. Check out the EDM remix of “Murda Something” and call your local precinct to make sure everyone’s safe. After the jump.
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Hasn’t this genre come along way with the guy sweetly singing to the lady rapping on a track? That’s a milestone. August and his spaceship deluxe R&B fill music planets with Nicki’s rhythmic bars. His modified howling and her melodic songstress half-verse are a radio-wrapped special. That other half rap verse can be chopped right off and Nicki’s still there, sounding lovely and suited to this syrup. Check the track after the jump.
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This is a gem from the homey Cavalier, the Brooklyn chief whose collaborations with producers Quelle Chris and Iman Omari have gained him solid backing after years in the trenches. “Ink” paints a picture of the young emcee’s journey with a focus on hard lessons and gloomy glimpses. Iman Omari’s production really sings here though, giving voice and texture to this grainy photo album of classic nostalgia.
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