New year, new babe! For this week’s iHipHop’s Instagram Babe of the Week we present to you, Ana Cheri. This California babe has well over 1.4 million followers and just scrolling through her feed it’s not difficult to see why. Cheri has appeared in Maxim and is a Playboy cybergirl. Check out her many stunning photos after the jump!
Get hyped: CyHi the Prynce will be following up his excellent Black Hystori Project from last year and in the meantime he’s sharing the first cut from the forthcoming, currently untitled project. Here, he samples Jodeci. Peep CyHi’s “Forever” after the jump.
Back in the early 2000s, when Kanye West was on his unstoppable Grammy run (by way of his critically-acclaimed Late Registration album) he, Consequence, and John Legend released “Grammy Family.” Now, some nine years later, R.F.C.’s Al-Doe is taking that beat for a ride. Peep Al-Doe’s “Grammy Family” freestyle and cop R.F.C.’s The Outsiders album here.
Vince Staples’ major label debut Hell Can Wait was one of the best releases of 2014 and here, in 2015, Vince Staples is looking to continue his domination. But first, he’s sharing the video for “Screen Door.” We here at iHipHop are excited to see what Staples has in store for the new year and judging by the content of this visual, he’s not letting up on the grimy ish. Peep the video for “Screen Door” after the jump.
Chris Brown and Tyga’s Fan of a Fan: The Album is due out February 24th and for their latest cut “B*tches N Marijuana” they are joined by TDE’s grooviest, ScHoolboy Q. Listen to “B*tches N Marijuana” after the jump.
Eddie Huang, the restauranteur behind the highly popular internet based show Fresh Off the Boat, recently debuted his new ABC sitcom of the same name. The theme song for the show isn’t some cookie cutter, generic theme done by the Barenaked Ladies. Nope. It’s actually a dope track by none other than Danny Brown. Who would’ve thought we’d be hearing that distinct voice in hip-hop on ABC? Listen after the jump.
Migos have just about conquered the mixtape circuit after appearing on the season with 2013’s breakout Y.R.N. (Young Rich N***as) they then proved to not be one hit wonders dropping their No Label 2 mixtape containing two radio singles in “Handsome & Wealthy” and “Fight Night.” After sharing their Rich N***a Timeline late last year, Migos are now ready to dominate the album format as they prep the release of their forthcoming YRN 2 album. Here they’re sharing its first single, “One Time.” Listen after the jump.
If you haven’t been paying attention to Queens, New York spitter Julian Stephen then you’re doing yourself a serious disservice. Julian capped off 2014 with some dope cuts like the on-max-chill “Sophisticated Thoughts” and the follow-up “Simple Minds” which found Julian rapping over Nas’ “Nas Is Like” instrumental. But on his first offering of 2015, Julian Stephen goes a little harder. “Disney Kids” has Julian going in, freestyling over a tough and atmospheric beat. “Disney Kids” is the perfect middle ground for those looking for someone to sit comfortably between the popiness of Drake and the raw, emotional intensity of J. Cole. Listen to Julian Stephen’s “Disney Kids” after the jump.
Atlanta’s Two-9 is generating some buzz after landing a deal with Mike WiLL Made It’s Ear Drummer Records last year. Now the group is teaming up with some serious names in the rap game, as they drop “Full House.” “Full House” is not only produced by one of ATL’s best producers in Metro Boomin, but it also features heavyweights like Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign. Listen to Two-9’s “Full House” cut after the jump!
After unveiling the visuals for her new single “FourFiveSeconds,” Rihanna’s folk pop song is getting a DJ Mustard treatment. And we’re actually thankfully to hear the trademark “Mustard on the beat, hoe!” drop here, because the original is hugely disappointing and utterly cheesy. With some assistance from DJ Iknoso, DJ Freedo, and Shuck, Mustard has turned Rihanna’s “FourFiveSeconds” into a club-ready track. Listen after the jump.
On the latest episode of Action Bronson’s web show F**k, That’s Delicious Bronson locks himself in The Alchemist’s studio in Los Angeles to work on some tunes. While doing so, Bronson and The Alchemist smoked copious amounts of marijuana, which led to a creative jolt. Here, the result, “Big League Chew,” is made available for your listening pleasure. Peep the cut after the jump!
Fans are brutal and the internet has allowed for anonymous sh*t-talking to take place on an almost obsessive basis. But don’t fret, nerds, as your favorite artist actually does care about your opinion. Cue evidence: this video where rappers like Drake, Wiz Khalifa, Childish Gambino, and more read incredibly mean tweets. Enjoy after the jump!
Is this the making of ’90s GAP revival? Rihanna is joined by Kanye West and Paul McCartney for the “FourFiveSeconds” visuals. In it, Rihanna is sandwiched between two men, one who is an ex-Beatle, while the other is Yeezus. There’s not much to say here, other than it’s a dilberately cheesy song with an equally cheesy video. Yep, straight cheese here, bruh bruh. Peep the visuals for “FourFiveSeconds” after the jump.