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Last month El-P and Killer Mike shared a new Run the Jewels track, “Rubble Kings Theme (Dynamite),” which is part of Adult Swim’s singles program. The track was the duo’s first new musical offering since their cat-sampling remix album Meow the Jewels, and appears on the album for the documentary Rubble Kings, out January 15 via Mass Appeal. Furthermore, Rubble Kings: The Album features contributions from Bun B, Ghostface Killah, Mr Muthafukin eXquire, and more. Check out Run the Jewels’ contribution to the soundtrack after the jump.

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The Man on the Moon has returned home and looks to drop off his fifth solo album this Friday. And today he’s sharing the album’s title track, which has been self-produced by Cudi. In addition, Cudi’s canceled his upcoming “Especial” tour — a tour that would’ve seen the rapper touchdown on Australia and New Zealand. While Kid Cudi looks to sort out his personal life before getting back on the road, “Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven” will surely keep fans satisfied in the meantime. Hit the jump to check out Cudi’s latest musical offering.

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Rick Ross is set to drop his eight solo album Black Market this Friday (Dec. 4th) and he’s teasing the project with another track in “Color Money,” which may or may not be addressing the ongoing beef between MMG signee Meek Mill and Drake. “My lil’ homie made a million on his girl’s tour/ We back to back and down to wack a nigga unborn,” he raps over D. Rich’s menacing beat that’s accentuated by haunting church bells and snappy snares. Additionally, the track’s title is derived from an incident where Florida rapper Plies was thrown off the stage and pounced on by a group of attendees — you can watch the video here if you wish. Hit the jump to bump the latest banger from Ricky Rozay.

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Having already shared six tracks from his forthcoming sophomore album, When It’s Dark Out — due out this Friday via RCA Records — Bay Area rapper G-Eazy returns with another cut from the project. This time around he links up with Soulection’s IAMNOBODI on “For This,” a song that laments for riches and buying a mansion. Listen to G-Eazys “For This” after the jump.

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A few months back BJ the Chicago Kid linked up with Brooklyn’s venerable young emcee Joey Bada$$ and comedian Hannibal Buress — who takes issue with pickle juice — for the Heavy D interpolated track “Nothin’ But Love”. Now the two rappers are lacing the track with a smooth visual treatment sans Buress. The video for “Nothin’ But Love,” which finds the two rappers rapping on Bada$$’ home turf, is set to appear on BJ’s forthcoming In My Mind album. Check it out after the jump.

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New Music: Jeremih – “Pass Dat”

 |  December 1, 2015
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After linking up with Big Sean and Future for “Royalty” and Fabolous and Red Cafe on “Peace Sign,” Jeremih marks his solo return with “Pass Dat”. Although the release date for his long-gestating Late Nights album remains shrouded in mystery, Jeremih is giving his fans a few treats before the new year rolls in. Listen to “Pass Dat” after the jump.

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Apathy’s provocatively titled “Rap Is Not Pop” will appear on the Connecticut rappers forthcoming Handshakes With Snakes, and looks to raise a discussion about the current generation of rap music he feels is not like the tried and true era he’s from. Hit the jump to peep Apathy’s “Rap Is Not Pop,” which will appear on Handshakes With Snakes — arriving sometime in 2016.

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Wiki is taking a brief detour from his duties in Ratking by linking up with Detroit’s Black Milk for “Hate Is Earned,” which may or may not be appearing on a forthcoming solo project. In addition, Wiki has shared the visuals to “Living With My Mom’s” — another solo offering from the Ratking affiliate — featuring Nasty Nigel. You may view that here. Check out Wiki’s “Hate Is Earned” after the jump.

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Queen Erykah Badu, who recently released her excellent But U Caint Use My Phone mixtape, hosted the Soul Train Music Awards on BET and Centric last night in Las Vegas. Thankfully Badu isn’t one to mince her words as she threw some serious shade at Iggy Azalea, which that drew a booming reaction from the audience. During the monologue, Badu — pretending to speak on a phone — turned away André 3000 and Young Thug from the ceremony, saying she’s “banning all rap this year.” However, when Azalea calls Badu, she makes an exception: “No no no, you can come, ’cause what you’re doing is definitely not rap.” Oh shi– Watch it all unfold below.

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With the release of the third installment to his Free Crack mixtape series, Chicago rapper Lil Bibby is linking up with sparring partner G. Herbo for “Sleeping on the Floor,” from his forthcoming FC3 the Epilogue, which is up for preorder on iTunes now. Check out Bibby and G. Herbo go bar-for-bar on “Sleeping on the Floor” after the jump.

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Following the release of their debut album Yung Rich Nation and Streets on Lock 4 mixtape, Atlanta’s Migos are prepping the release of Migo Money. And to tease the forthcoming mixtape, Quavo and Offset are sharing a pair of tracks in “I Told You” and “Story of YRN,” which have been produced by Dee Money. Listen to both Migo Money tracks after the jump.

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Now here’s a treat for fans eagerly awaiting the inevitable collaboration between Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole. Where Cole went over Kendrick’s To Pimp a Butterfly single, “Alright” (listen here) K. Dot repays him with a fire take on 2014 Forest Hills Drive banger, “A Tale of 2 Citiez”. Check out Kendrick Lamar’s remix of J. Cole’s “A Tale of 2 Citiez” after the jump.

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Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving. And we know Lil Wayne fans were especially thankful for No Ceilings 2, the New Orleans rapper’s latest mixtape. The sequel to 2009’s No Ceilings features freestyles over a lot of Drake and Future production, including “Back to Back,” “Hotline Bling,” “Live From the Gutter,” “Where Ya At,” “Diamonds Dancing,” “Plastic Bag,” and “Big Rings”. In addition, Weezy raps over the Weeknd’s “The Hills,” Eminem’s “My Name Is,” and more. Download and stream Lil Wayne’s No Ceilings 2 after the jump.

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