After roughly a year of teasing, Chief Keef finally shares the long-gestating collaboration with Kanye West. “Nobody” arrives in time for the release of Keef’s forthcoming Nobody release, which is due out tomorrow (Dec. 16th.) “Nobody” marks the second time Chief Keef and Kanye West have collaborated, the first being on the Yeezus cut “Hold My Liquor.” Listen to “Nobody” after the jump.

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Back in 2010, around the same time Kid Cudi was releasing Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager and assisting Kanye on My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, he was also touring and collaborating with his Cleveland homie King Chip. Their working relationship and friendship blossomed and they would adopt the name Almighty GloryUS. Sadly, however, nothing really came from this collaboration. Until now. Thanks to producers Blended Babies and Chuck Inglish the 2010 track “Chillin’ While We Sippin’” has been unearthed. Listen to AlmightyUS’ vault track after the jump.

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Petey Pablo, the North Carolina rapper best known for early 2000s hits like “Raise Up” and “Freek-a-Leek” is back. Petey has spent the last 35 months in prison following an alleged attempt to carry a stolen 9mm semi-automatic pistol aboard a US Airways flight bound for Los Angeles. And now that he’s back he teams up with Timbaland for “Never Imagined” a song in which Petey Pablo tries to steer children away from trouble. Listen to the new Petey Pablo joint “Never Imagined” after the jump.

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Nicki Minaj has shared the official music video to her “Only” single featuring Lil Wayne, Drake, and Chris Brown. The official visuals for “Only” arrives a month after the controversial lyrical video which the Anti-Defamation League accused of promoting Nazi imagery. Naturally Nicki denied the allegations, citing that she would never condone Nazism in her art. Regardless the new visuals showcase all four stars in a relatively ominous setting. Peep the video for “Only” after the jump.

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With Pusha T, Danny Brown, Nipsey Hussle, Problem, Raekwon, Vado, Go Dreamer, Flatbush ZOMBiES, Meyhem Lauren, A$ton Matthews and Young Thug already down, Action Bronson, Prodigy, and SL Jones drop off their bricks for Noisey’s forthcoming epic The Rap Monument. Check out Bam Bam, Infamous P, and one SL Jones spit bars for Noisey’s The Rap Monument after the jump.

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Before we enter 2015 Joell Ortiz will be dropping a remix EP (or mixEP) entitled Yaowa Nation. And first on his list of well-known Top 40 hits is Iggy Azalea’s “Beg For It.” Listen to Ortiz’ rendition of Iggy’s “Beg For It” after the jump and be on the lookout for Yaowa Nation dropping December 17th.

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Throwback Thursday is back with 25 more old school hip-hop pics. This time we’ve got some goodies you may have never seen before. Take a look after the jump!

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With his new album 2014 Forest Hills Drive in stores now (stream it in full here) J. Cole appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman last night (Dec. 10th) to deliver an emotionally-charged performance of his track “Be Free.” The song, which Cole released back in August and doesn’t appear on his new album, is a tribute to Mike Brown and Eric Garner, two men who were killed in the hands of police. 2014 Forest Hills Drive is expected to sell 320-350k in its first week, but that isn’t even on J. Cole’s mind at the moment. “Album in stores now. 2014 Forest Hills Drive. No thank you on projections. Just did Letterman, I’ll never forget it. Thank you God,” he tweeted. Check out Cole’s performance on Letterman after the jump.

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After announcing the release of his forthcoming studio album Mailbox Money with “50 N***az” Nipsey Hussle teams up with Rick Ross for “1 Hunnit a Show,” the second official preview we are getting from Mailbox Money. However, if you want a physical copy of Mailbox Money you’re going to have to cough up some big bucks seeing as it’s a limited release with 100 total copies available and they’re being offered at $1000 each. Peep Nipsey and Rozay’s “1 Hunnit a Show” after the jump.

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Back in October Rich Homie Quan dropped the video for “Blah Blah Blah,” a track that first appeared on his breakout mixtape from 2013, I Promise I Will Never Stop Going In. The video finds Quan flexin’ alongside Young Thug and Birdman. Now Quan is unleashing the feature heavy remix with Fabolous, DeJ Loaf and Ty Dolla $ign. Peep the official “Blah Blah Blah” remix after the jump.

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Three cities. Thirty rappers. One track. The Rap Monument. Full track coming soon. We’ve already heard “bricks” (verses) from Pusha T, Danny Brown, Nipsey Hussle, Problem, Raekwon, Vado, Go Dreamer, Flatbush Zombies, and Meyhem Lauren. But today Noisey is dropping off perhaps their most controversial entry to the fold in Atlanta’s Young Thug. Quickly glancing over some online comments it’s clear that many don’t feel Thugger should be on The Rap Monument, but frankly it wouldn’t be a proper representation of the current hip-hop climate without a name like Young Thug in the mix. He’s made a huge splash in the rap game over the last year and not having him here would be a detriment. Whether you love him or hate him, peep Young Thug’s The Rap Monument brick along with A$ton Matthews after the jump.

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Queens’ Julian Stephen is back with “Simple Minds,” his follow-up video to “Sophisticated Thoughts” which he dropped back in November. “Simple Minds” follows in the same blueprint as “Sophisticated Thoughts” as Julian delivers lively bars showcasing his youthful exuberance. The visuals presented in “Simple Minds” find Julian in the same headspace as in “Sophisticated Thoughts” as well as he busks around NYC, simply enjoying life, and being carefree. If the instrumental to “Simple Minds” sounds familiar that’s because it’s Nas’ “Nas Is Like” from 1998. Peep the visuals to Julian Stephen’s “Simple Minds” freestyle after the jump.

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