Troy Ave’s fellow B$B crewmate King Sevin is looking to follow in his de facto leader’s footsteps and establish himself as an artist in the game. And what better way to do so than by dropping a track featuring Troy from your forthcoming solo mixtape. “F*ck You Pay Me” will be the first single from Sevin’s upcoming mixtape. Listen to King Sevin’s track featuring Troy Ave after the jump.

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Undoubtedly the part of the annual BET Hip Hop Awards that hip-hop heads prefer: the cyphers. And thankfully you didn’t have to sit through the entire award show in order to watch every single cypher from the show as BET has graciously made the videos available to watch online. There was a total of six cyphers this year, ranging from Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Gang to Papoose to Kevin Gates and Loaded Lux to Snoop’s Army with Murda Mook to Vic Mensa. We’ve conveniently posted each cypher for you to watch after the jump. Enjoy.
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There’s no signs of slowing down for Troy Ave. Currently on the road for his Money, Powder, Respect Tour, the Brooklyn MC manages to deliver a new track for fans. “All About the Money” features his B$B crew members Young Lito and Manolo Rose. Peep the track after the jump.

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Young Lito and Troy Ave spit their neatly manicured street rhymes. It’s all packaged well for this environment, down to Troy Ave screaming “keep going!” like Hov with State Property. Lito has enough punches for rounds of this, and Troy is a great hype man for his verses and his buddy’s. Check the improv bragging after the jump.
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The Brooklyn artists rap over vintage beats from when New York rap mattered to other people and not just them. It’s freshened up by Troy Ave, weighed down by Maino. These two are on a very small crusade to make rap regional long after it became democratic and internet-based. It’s a strange effort and egocentric but definitely slams the reminder home in 3 plus minutes of East Coast nostalgia. Check the track after the jump.
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Newcomer Dray talks about how “irrelevant” everyone is when they try to stop his progress. Other New York rappers join him to defame the misguided back-talkers, with Cory Gunz and Troy Ave mostly carrying the team to the finish. With this bold statement on record, let’s hope all of them are relevant in a year. Track after the jump.
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