As much as no one wants this to be Metta World Peace making a rap song saying he’s the best, this is Metta World Peace making a rap song saying he’s the best. Listen to track after the jump.
An unusual trio of rappers join drummer Travis Barker for this single. Yelawolf has a weird verse too.
I dream of a day when I can post only hip hop songs that join Bieber/Cyrus with Future/Rozay. There’s no other way.
Unmistakable, unapologetic and unashamed might describe this trio in order. Ladies, you might wanna leave this one off the iPod.
Cormega and Rae for a collab that’s remarkable in most eras.
PYD. PYD. PYD. This is a joint. It only needs Chris Brown to be even more gross and also sound like urban pop magic.
MoRuf punches his rhythmic flow into this minimal space-soul ambience.
Who the illest? Depends on your perspective. Co$$ hosts this exceptional throwback-style posse cut with some of the best home-spun spitters around. Hard to decide who outdoes whom. Blu’s verse…is a powerhouse from 2:00m to 3:00m. Denmark’s (from 4:45m to 6:00m) is heavy.
Joey Bad offers this bonus cut “My Yout” from his soon-to-drop Summer Knights EP. It sounds like he’s had Distant Relatives and The Best Of Stephen Marley playing on repeat in the headphones. Not bad and certainly a step out of the boom-bap area where he got cozy for a while. Nice to hear the Pro Era leader going for uptempo rhythms.
Thought of a fantasy world where Lauryn and Nicki Minaj didn’t believe opposite values and got on a song. Aneurysm.
J. Cole may have taken a brief hiatus from the public eye after the success of 2011′s The Sideline Story, but as of late he’s proved that he never really left. Already releasing a FreeEp this week, Cole followed up today, as promised, with the first single from his forthcoming album, Born Sinner. Read More