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When Royce isn’t killing it with his solo work or collaborating with fellow Detroit rapper and overall cultural icon, Eminem, under the Bad Meets Evil moniker, he’s murking all these features. Seriously, Royce is perhaps one of the only known rappers in the game who is also, simultaneously, one of the most underrated out. Dude is a serious grinder, too, just peep this feature on Horseshoe Gang’s “F.O.E.” cut where Royce spits some realness about family over everything. Check out Horseshoe Gang’s “F.O.E.” after the jump and don’t forget to get their latest EP, Knocking on Raps Door, which is currently up for pre-order.

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You’ve probably heard that Troy Ave, the Brooklyn-bred rapper, dropped his latest album, Major Without a Deal and subsequently sold very poorly. But regardless of the aforementioned Troy is out here grinding and dropping singles from the project. Today he’s sharing “Young King,” the latest single from the album. You can check out Troy’s “Young King” after the jump.

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Along with all the details for his forthcoming Wave[s], Chicago rapper Mick Jenkins has shared “Get Up Get Down”, a track featuring production by ThemPeople and Stefan Ponce. The cut has an old-school feel and is definitely a solid jam filled with the perfect summertime vibes (no offense Vince) with an insanely low rumbling bass halfway through. But don’t fret lyric junkies, Jenkins spits that heat: “Isn’t it ironic/ Got ’em hooked on phonics/ Mama used to think it was just chronic/ It was all bad.” Fire! Peep that new new from Mick Jenkins after the jump.

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So I just read on Miss Info that Cassidy is now officially a man of God and plans to release an album consisting entirely of family-oriented jams? What? Is this April 1st? What is going on here? This is especially perplexing giving his recent output containing some, well, less than “positive” family-friendly vibes. Now Cass is sharing another street rap track in “Running Out of Patience,” which is actually kinda dope. Peep it after the jump!

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Vic Mensa continues making songs inspired by popular internet memes. Mensa and Skrillex just premiered their new single (along with producer Jahlil Beats) titled “No Chill” via Zane Lowe on Beats 1 on Apple Radio. Mensa previously collaborated with Kanye West on “U Mad,” which has gotten massive airplay since its release earlier this year, and it seems like Mensa’s on his way to the top of the pack. Check out “No Chill” after the jump.

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The day is here — Future’s highly-anticipated album Dirty Sprite 2 has arrived. DS2 is the followup to 2013’s uneven Honest and 2012’s debut, Pluto. Here Future delivers eighteen total tracks of pure, grade-A Southern rap. This thing goes hard for all eighteen tracks and there are even some moments of sheer beauty hidden beneath all the ugliness. Standouts include “I Serve the Base,” “Where Ya At” (featuring Drake, the only featured artist,) “Slave Master” (there’s a gorgeous A$AP Yams tribute at the end,) “Blood on the Money,” and “The Percocet & Stripper Joint,” and the heart-rendering “Know the Meaning.” DS2 is currently available for streaming and download via iTunes. Get the stream after the jump!

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YG is looking to followup his successful debut My Krazy Life with a bangin’ sophomore effort. His forthcoming album Still Krazy will be out later this year but YG isn’t wasting no time by sharing new tunes from the project. Here he’s sharing “Twist My Fingaz,” a track produced by Terrace Martin, frequent Kendrick Lamar collaborator. Check it out after the jump.

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A few days ago we shared “Michael Jackson” by Papoose, a track which featured Remy Ma & Ty Dolla $ign. Now Pap is sharing his new album in its entirety. The project, entitled You Can’t Stop Destiny, is the followup to his 2013 LP, The Nacirema Dream. The project features the aforementioned Remy Ma, Ty Dolla $ign, and more, along with production from Havoc and DJ Premier. Check out You Can’t Stop Destiny from Papoose after the jump.

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This past weekend “OVO Sound Radio” was born, Drake’s show on Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio station. Drake played three new remixes during the program, adding verses to Wizkid’s “Ojuelegba”, Ramriddlz’s “Sweeterman”, and Roy Wood$’s “Drama”. Now, you can listen to official audio of his “Ojuelegba” remix, which also features Skepta. Ceck it out after the jump.

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