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Lil Kim sends shots at Nicki Minaj on her own version of ”Flawless” just days after Beyonce and Nicki Minaj released the official version.
“Am I trippin’ or did this ho just say my name? / Queen of rap, fuck outta here / Queen’s back, fuck outta here / Time to get this rap bitch up outta here,” said the Brooklyn native.
It looks like Queen Bee wants her throne back. Listen below.
Big K.R.I.T. has been working diligently on his sophomore LP, Cadallactica all while trickling out just enough music to keep fans’ attention in the mean time. Back in March, Krizzle unleashed a several new tracks. After dropping official heat rock with his last offering, “Mt. Olympus,” the Mississippi MC debuted the first official single off the project, “Pay Attention” featuring Rico Love, last night. Known for crafting his own beats, K.R.I.T. lets production vet Jim Jonsin curate the mellowed-out instrumental while he attacks the track with bars about be more attentive with bae.
The intriguing cover art for the single was created by Joe Perez of DONDA.
Peep the track, above.
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Murda Mook is riding high after vanquishing Loaded Lux in Eminem’s recent Total Slaughter event, even recently reiterating his stance of wanting to go toe-to-toe with Slim Shady. Today, Mook takes advantage of his current spotlight by dropping a new song titled, “I Aint One Of Them N-gg-z featuring Busta Rhymes. Ironically, Mook used an unreleased Loaded Lux diss of Bussa Buss to score major points during their battle.
Does Mook have what is takes to transcend one-on-ones and return to the musical major leagues?
Check out the latest from the battle rap behemoth, below.
B.o.B. isn’t cutting any corners in promotion of his latest mixtape, No Genre 2. Having already released five videos off the project, Bobby Ray returns today with a triple play of visuals dropping treatments for “So What” featuring Mila J, “The Nation” featuring Jake Lambo and “Get Right” featuring Mike Fresh.
“The Nation” featuring Jake Lambo
“Get Right” featuring Mike Fresh
The Dogg Pound’s Daz and Kurupt tackle two of today’s most popular tracks G mixing Chris Brown’s “Loyal” and adding to the 20 plus rappers who have hopped on Drake’s “O to 100.” The DPGs employ the services of Snoop Dogg for “Loyal” (above) and get Soopafly to assist with “0 to 100″ (below).
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Young Thug is on a roll. Back in April, the YMCMB affiliate dropped the original “Eww Eww Eww” but it may have been drowned out by all of the remixes to his hit songs “Stoner” and the Nicki Minaj-assisted “Danny Glover” remix. This time, Thugger calls on his ATL cohorts T.I. and Zuse for a dope remix to “Eww Eww Eww.”
Young Thug lets T.I.P. and Zuse deliver most of the blows on this hard-hitting remix, while his ad-libs “Thugger” can be heard in the background. The track was produced by TM88 and Southside of 808 Mafia. Thugger’s 1017 Thug 2 mixtape was released last week.
No word on where this remix will end up or if the rumored version with Drake and Lil Wayne will ever surface. But, check it out below.—Christopher Harris
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Yo Gotti releases his new single off The Art Of Hustle with XXL today. The Memphis rapper, who released his successful album I Am last year, is kicking off the campaign with “Errrbody.”
On the street banger, Gotti calls out the rap game and how everyone is starting to act similarly and chasing after the same ambitions. “Errrbody want to be a dope boy, errrbody want to be a cokeboy, errrbody got a job/ Errrbody get money, errrbody say they from the hood, errrbody hood, but they not,” Gotti says on the chorus.
Gotti’s The Art Of Hustle is slated to drop this year. If you missed it, stream and download CMG’s latest mixtape, Chapter One.
New wave Atlanta representatives Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug collaborate once again for the new track “I Got It” off DJ Plugg’s mixtape, I Am The Plug. On the C4-Bombs-produced track, the duo tackles the verses and the chorus, rap crooning their affection for a certain young lady.
Back in March, the two Atlanta rappers announced they would be dropping a joint “Ri5h Tape.” Since then, the two have been featured on several songs together spotted in the studio working. No release date for the tape has been announced.
Peep the track, above.