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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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Waka Flocka Flame has finally dropped his new mixtape, Flockaveli 1.5, after a string of delays. The tape is the sequel to his watershed debut album Flockaveli and the prequel to his forthcoming album Flockaveli 2. The mixtape is currently available as a stream and as free download on Flocka’s website. Stream the full project after the jump.

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The duo of Royce da 5’9″ and DJ Premier, also known as PRhyme, will be dropping a deluxe version of their self-titled debut album from last year. The project will feature new collaborations with the Roots’ Black Thought, Joey Bada$$, Logic, and, on the track “Highs and Lows,” DOOM and Phonte. The track, produced by DJ Premier, was recently premiered on Beats 1, which can be heard after the jump.

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In case you haven’t been paying attention to the 2016 Presidential race, please allow rapper Killer Mike to fill you in. Tonight, Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was introduced by Killer Mike — mind you, while wearing a Run the Jewels sweatshirt — at a rally in Atlanta. During his speech, Killer Mike mentioned Dr. Martin Luther King, and said he doesn’t want to relive the Reagan era while also referencing his awesome R.A.P. Music song “Untitled.” “In my heart of hearts, I truly believe that Senator Bernie Sanders is the right man to lead this country,” he said. In addition, he told the crowd to “stay confronting bullshit wherever you turn.” Educate yourselves and watch the powerful Killer Mike speech in its entirety after the jump.

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Pusha’s keeping awfully busy. On top of juggling presidential duties over at Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music imprint, prepping the release of his highly-anticipated album King Push, he’s also looking to drop Darkest Before Dawn — the album before the album. That’s right, Pusha Ton is reportedly releasing an album before King Push, and it’s coming sooner than you think. According to Noisey, Pusha says that Darkest will be out December 18th and features production from Kanye West, Puff Daddy, Timbaland, Baauer, Q-Tip, and Nashiem Myrick. Read what he has to say about the forthcoming project after the jump.

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Last night at the American Music Awards, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis debuted a new song called “Kevin” featuring singer-songwriter Leon Bridges. The track depicts a young man — the titular Kevin — who passes away from a drug overdose at the age of twenty-one. Watch the full live performance of “Kevin” featuring Leon Bridges after the jump.

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Video: ProbCause – “Same Thing”

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Rising Chicago emcee ProCause’s flair for soulful lyrics landed him on iHipHop’s A3C Volume 5 earlier this year — which you may stream in its entirety here — and today he’s returning with the visuals to his deep cut “Same Thing.” Directed by ProbCause & Elijah Alvarado, the colorful video perfectly compliments his exciting, vivid lyricism. You’ll fine yourself getting lost in the soulful vibes of the Drew Mantia-produced track, but the thought-provoking lyrics (“Just know I understand what you going through/ You don’t have to lie to me, it’s written all over you”) are enough to snap you back into reality. Check out ProbCause’s vibrant visuals to “Same Thing” after the jump.

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Dame Grease, the producer behind the majority of DMX’s It’s Dark And Hell Is Hot, is teaming up with King Assassin — whose worked with 2Pac and Ice T — for “My Style,” featuring a Sheek Louch, Pusha T, and Freeway. It’s a star-studded affair that’s worthy of your ears on this frigid Sunday night. Listen after the jump.

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Pusha T is sharing the visuals for his new track “Untouchable” from the forthcoming King Push album. Initially only available for Tidal subscribers, he’s now sharing the video through Vevo, which is available to all. Directed by Harrison Boyce, the visuals discover the stone-faced Pusha T wandering around the city — looking tough as nails. Check it out after the jump.

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Rapper LE$ is sharing the visuals for “UGK’z,” a tribute to the extraordinary legacy of acclaimed hip hop duo UGK. And it’s only fitting that he’s joined by one half of that duo, Uncle Bun. Additionally, Curren$y stops by to lay down a verse. The track is said to be on LE$’ forthcoming Steak X Shrimp 2 project, dropping this Sunday (November 22nd). In the meantime, check out the visuals for “UGK’z” after the jump.

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Bay Area rapper G-Eazy is prepping the release of his sophomore album, When It’s Dark Out, which is due out December 4th via RCA Records. And having already shared “Random,” Me, Myself & I,” “Order More” and “You Got Me” already, Eazy is returning with “Drifting” featuring R&B crooners Chris Brown and Tory Lanez. Listen after the jump.

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After sharing the first single from his forthcoming debut album, The Kenner Loop, the pride of Louisiana, Young Roddy has returned to premiere his new video “Nothing to Something” via HotNewHipHop. Serving as the second official single from The Kenner Loop, which will drop December 4th, “Nothing to Something” finds Roddy sharing the story of how he came from humble beginnings to his now paramount status as one of New Orleans most respected MCs. Shot by the talented DMF Films, the video exemplifies the essence of the Blair Norf produced track and even features a cameo by fellow Nola rapper Trademark Da Skydiver. Check out the visuals for Roddy’s “Nothing to Something” from his debut album, The Kenner Loop (available for pre-order via iTunes now) after the jump.

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