It’s been a while since we’ve heard new music from Kanye West. But that’s changing today, with Ye dropping a new track, reportedly entitled “I Feel It,” at his Yeezy Season 2 show. The show, which is part of New York Fashion Week, has been livestreamed to theaters around the world. Dazed Magazine also broadcast the show via Periscope. Watch the full show here. Listen to the new Ye track, “I Feel It,” after the jump. No word as to when SWISH will be dropping or where “I Feel It” will be slotted in his catalog.

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According to a recent Twitter post, CyHi the Prynce is on the verge of dropping three projects in three months (Hardway Musical, Love in Revolution, and Royal Flush 3). And today he’s sharing “LORD, LORD, LORD” featuring Atlanta rapper, K Camp, who also dropped an album recently in Only Way Is Up (album features a bonus track featuring CyHi.) Check out CyHi’s “LORD, LORD, LORD” after the jump and be on the lookout for those upcoming three projects.

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Rick Ross is steady feeding the streets. Whether it’s his Black Dollar project or previous works like Mastermind and Hood Billionaire, Ross will always have the support of the streets and his day one fans. Which is why his latest track — a loosie produced by Jahlil Beats — isn’t any different. It’s got a solid, thumping bass as its musical backdrop, allowing Ross to go in. He flexes on the track, too — quite literally — telling the world he’ll show off his abs like the late great 2Pac. Listen after the jump.

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We’re certainly no strangers to rap beefs and diss records. In fact, there’s really never a shortage of them. But, unlike the content generating, globally realized, and media blitzing of the Drake/Meek Mill beef from a month back, this Vic Spencer/Mick Jenkins beef is kinda lame. I mean, it all started with yet another Twitter spat. Cool. (Apparently Vic had some choice words for a Chicago venue, The East Room, and Mic took issue with that.) Now, these talented Chi-Town emcees are embroiled in a beef. But I can’t say I’m all that impressed with this “Dick Jerkins” track. While Vic certainly has bars for days, the constant beat switch-ups here (along with the cringe-inducing song title) just doesn’t cut it in the end. No response from Mic Jenkins just yet. However, we’re not entirely sure that’ll even be necessary. In the meantime, peep Vic Spencer’s “Dick Jerkins” diss record after the jump.

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Remember DOOMStarks? Or, MF Doom and Ghostface Killah’s long-gestating, infinitely-delayed collaborative project? Me either. But guess what, evildoers? They’re back with “Lively Hood,” a track that finds the two rap heavyweights going bar-for-bar over a plucky vintage beat. It’s a neat lil’ track, which judging from the sound of it — as well as both Doom and Killah’s flow) — is a throwback from years back; when the two first announced their collaborative project Swift and Changeable. It’s also worth noting that “Lively Hood” is part of [adult swim]’s singles series, which has given us everything from Danny Brown & Clams Casino to Shabazz Palaces so far this year. Go ahead, press play after the jump. You know you want to…

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KXNG Crooked is joined by Aftermath Entertainment’s very onw DJ Silk for “If I Was Dre” to help craft a loving ode to Dr. Dre, who recently released his purported final album, Compton. Chris Noxx, of the group Tha Piecemakerz, is also partly responsible with helping craft “If I Was Dre” with KXNG Crooked and DJ Silk. Check out the tribute to the world’s greatest rap entrepreneur and near-billionaire, Dr. Dre after the jump.
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Lil Donald, the rapper responsible for “Juice,” is back with a mixtape. It’s called Freeband Loyal and it’s out on Future’s FBG imprint. This is a song off the album, it features Future and Yung Booke. Future lays down a sweet hook and there are some decent verses. Enjoy after the jump.

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Ty Dolla $ign will finally be dropping his debut album, Free THC. Unfortunately, however, it may be little too late for the West Coast artist. Music just isn’t in the market for Ty right now — the streets are being flooded with heat. But he’s still churning out tunes for his fans and here he has “When I See Ya” featuring another big time hitmaker, Fetty Wap. Check out “When I See Ya” after the jump, and pre-order Free THC on iTunes now.

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Prodigy, of (the infamous) Mobb Deep, is joined by Infamous Mobb for this rare freestyle session. Conveniently, the two go over fellow Queensbridge native Nas’ “Life’s a Bitch” instrumental off of his iconic debut album, Illmatic. Check out the freestyle from Prodigy and Infamous Mobb after the jump.

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Over the last few weeks T.I. has been hinting at the release of a new project with the hashtag 9/11. And today is the day. T.I., or Tip in this case, is back. He’s dropped a new project in Da Nic EP and is also sharing a track off it in “Peanut Butter & Jelly” featuring Young Thug and Young Dro. The track is also produced by frequent Thug collaborator, London on da Track. Listen to “Peanut Butter & Jelly” after the jump.

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New Music: Mac Miller – “Clubhouse”

 |  September 10, 2015


Mac Miller is “Clubhouse” chilling on his new track. With days winding down until the release of his new album (official release date set for Sept. 18th) Mac is sharing some new tunes for his fans. This one is “Clubhouse” and it finds Mac in full chill mode as he spits over a relaxed, spacey beat. Listen after the jump.

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Jay Rock’s sophomore album, 90059, will be dropping shortly. Finally, right? Seems like we’ve been waiting for this since he had that memorable verse on “Money Trees” back in 2012. But no worries, fam, as the most anticipated track on the album, “Vice City,” is out now. It features the entire Black Hippy collective — Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul, and ScHoolboy Q are all in the mix — going in on Cardo’s roomy beat. “Vice City” is, however, missing a Tommy Vercetti sample somewhere. I personally find Rock and Lamar’s exaggerated deliveries and outrageous flows to be the best moments on the track, with Lamar in particular going HAM. (He throws off some crazy lines like “10th grade, I gave her all shade, but now she got some ass, I wanna hit it now” and “I just bought a new coat, I just might go broke, I can’t stand myself”.) Don’t sweat, Soul and Q also go bar-for-bar, too. Want to hear it? Check out this 90059 banger from the Black Hippy collective after the jump, and don’t you sleep on the new Jay Rock album either — cop it over at iTunes immediately. Support rap music!

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Yesterday we shared the news that Big Boi of OutKast will be joining Phantogram, a duo he discovered via a pop-up ad. The trio, known simply as Big Grams, will be dropping an EP on September 25th via Epic. It’ll feature Run the Jewels and Skrillex. And today they’re sharing “Fell in the Sun,” the first teaser from the project. It’s a fine number; there’s a funky backdrop with thick drums, and Big Boi rapping like Pimp C, kinda. The hook, sung by Sarah Barthel of Phantogram, is serviceable, but is ultimately missing a lil’ something extra to put it over for a win. Overall, this is a decent first showing from Big Grams. But, we’re all patiently waiting the arrival of the Run the Jewels cut, which should happen any day now. Peep “Fell in the Sun” after the jump.

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Tinashe’s got a new album on the way later this year, it’s called Joyride. After dropping last year’s Aquarius, her debut album, she’s coming out with new music already. And today she’s sharing “Party Favor,” which is set to appear on Joyride. It features Young Thug, who just killed his feature on Travi$ Scott’s Rodeo, and is produced by Boi-1da. (The Thug song in question, “Maria I’m Drunk” also features Justin Bieber. It’s lit.) Check out Tinashe’s “Party Favors” after the jump.

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DJ E-Feezy has a new mixtape out, it’s called The Wolf of South Beach, and it’s got some huge guest spots. One of those noteworthy guests is Lil Wayne. Remember him? Well, he’s on a track called “What You Sayin,” which is pretty cool. Wayne does his thing and it’s far from abysmal. The beat also thumps so if you’re into those sorts of things go ahead and press play. Check it out after the jump and head over to LiveMixtapes to cop DJ E-Feezy’s latest tape.

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