New Music: Vince Staples – “Get Paid” feat. Desi Mo

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Vince Staples will be dropping his highly-anticipated debut album Summertime '06 on Def Jam on June 30th. And we've already been treated to some fresh ish with "Senorita" (backed up by excellent production and a killer Future sample.) But now we're getting some bonus material here with "Get Paid" featuring Desi Mo. Other guest appearances on Summertime '06 include Jhené Aiko, Joey Fatts, A$ton Matthews, Snoh Aalegra, Kilo Kish, DJ Dahi, and more. Check out "Get Paid" after the jump.

New Music: Lil Durk – “What Your Life Like” (Prod. Young Chop)

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Lil Durk's major label debut album is finally out this year, as it arrives less than a month away. June 2nd marks the debut of Lil Durk's Remember My Name and here he's reunited with fellow Chicagoan Young Chop for "What Your Life Like." Listen to the track after the jump.

New Music: Vince Staples – “Señorita”

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Damn, now this is what I'm talkin' about! Vince Staples snaps on this. Also, the added Future sample is perfection. This entire track is pretty much the epitome of dope ass contemporary hip-hop. A classic in the making. Check out Vince Staples' "Señorita" after the jump.

New Music: Lil Durk – “Different”

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Lil Durk's debut album Remember My Name is set to drop May 12th via Def Jam and he’s already shared “Get That Money” the first lead single from the forthcoming album. It features French Montana and Chris Brown. You can listen to it here. Now Durk is sharing another Remember My Name cut in "Different." Listen to it after the jump.

New Music: Stream Lil Durk’s “Signed To The Streets 2”

7 years ago view-show 4,063,554

Lil Durk, the Chicago spitter getting into beef with Game, shouted out by his peers like Chance the Rapper, and bringing mixtape heat for the summer like Migos before him -- thank him now. He's a straight shooter in more ways than one, telling ChIraq bedtime stories for his intrigued listeners. Production mostly by Young Chop for the Drill Trill, but some highlight moments by other promising producers like Cardo and Dree the Drummer. Full stream after the jump.