Seeing how we shared a Chance the Rapper featured track earlier today in Lil Herb’s “Fight or Flight” remix it’s only fitting that we unveil a new solo effort from the Chicago wunderkind. “No Better Blues” is a collaborative effort with The Social Experiment. Listen and vibe out to new Chance after the jump.

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Apollo Brown and Ras Kass team up for “Giraffe Pussy” (catchy title, no?) with support from Royce Da 5″9′, Xzibit and Bishop Lamont. The track will be featured on their collaborative project Blasphemy, which sadly does not have a release date at the moment. In the meantime listen to the track after the jump.

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Chi-Town what up?! Three of the finest rappers out of the Windy City join forces on one solid track. Lil Herb’s Welcome to Fazoland gets a facelift with Common and Chance the Rapper jumping on the remix. Peep the visuals after the jump.

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Joe Budden’s new EP Some Love Lost is dropping November 4th and today he has shared “Make a Deal” featuring Ransom. This is the second time Budden has linked up with Ransom, the previous time was for the track “Nothing Changes” with Tsu Surf. However, this track will not be appearing on Budden’s forthcoming Some Lost Lost EP. Listen after the jump.

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The collaboration the hip-hop world has been dying to hear has finally happened. It was only a matter of time that Young Thug, who has admitted on multiple occasions that he is a huge fan of Lil Wayne, would collaborate with his idol. Thugger is such a rabid Weezy fan that he even had plans to name his first album Tha Carter VI after Wayne’s highly decorated album series. Well, here it is: the two rappers meet on “Take Kare,” which is said to serve as the first single from the upcoming Rich Gang 2 album. Listen after the jump.

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The Chiraq rapper-producer tandem of Chief Keef and Young Chop reunite for “Valley” off of Chop’s forthcoming album Still. Still will be due out October 28th via iTunes (which is currently up for preorder, if you’re ever so inclined) and you may listen to “Valley” after the jump.

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When Kanye speaks, the world listens. And back in July when Kanye West graced the cover of GQ he was interviewed and offered some insight into his world. And just in case you wanted some more words of wisdom from the Chicago rapper we got you covered with this behind the scenes footage of that said GQ photoshoot/interview. In this behind the scenes footage ‘Ye speaks on his goals with this particular photoshoot and how far he will go to pursuit perfection. Watch after the jump.

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Video: Vince Staples – “Fire”

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Vince Staples winning streak continues as he drops the visuals for his Hell Can Wait cut “Fire”. In the video Staples finds himself situated in a church and during confession repeating (to whomever is listening) that he is going to hell. Peep the vid after the jump and do yourself a favor and check out his Hell Can Wait EP right here.

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Tsu Surf’s “House In Virginia” series receives a much anticipated and welcome addition. The third part to the “House In Virginia”, produced by Rich Forever, sits in at just under 11 minutes and is storytelling raps at its finest. Listen to Tsu Surf’s third “House In Virginia” 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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The 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards have wrapped up and though we’re sure you’d rather be watching the cyphers the live performances aren’t that bad. And this year BET brought out the big guns of the modern era, including Bobby Shmurda, Young Thug, Rich Homie Quan, and Migos. Perhaps the biggest takeaway during this was that the young stalwart from the ghettos of East NY, Brooklyn Bobby Shmurda closed the event with his hit single “Hot N***a”, an incredible feat for someone who literally blew up over the summertime. Check out the live videos after the jump.

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