Wale ft. Dew Baby & Fat Trel – Loyalty

December 22nd, 2014

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Here is another release from Wale as he gets ready to drop his Festivus mixtape tomorrow.

Previously: Wale – The Chess Match

John John Da Don ft. Styles P & Gunplay – Real For Real

December 22nd, 2014

Styles P and Gunplay help out John John Da Don on his new single “Real For Real”.

Previously: Shotgun Suge ft. Styles P – Guilty Conscience (Video)

Video: BJ The Chicago Kid ft. ScHoolboy Q – It’s True

December 22nd, 2014

Previously: BJ The Chicago Kid ft. Smoke DZA – What You Do To Me

Video: John Legend ft. Common – Glory (Lyric Video)

December 22nd, 2014

Here’s a new lyric video for John Legend and Common’s “Glory”, from the soundtrack to Selma, the new film about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965.

Selma hits theaters on Christmas Day.

Mick Jenkins – Fate (Prod. by Ambi Lyrics)

December 22nd, 2014

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Chicago’s Ambi Lyrics lays down some horns for Mick Jenkins on “Fate”, a cut from the producer’s new project, Your Music, due out December 28th.

Eric Diep spoke to Mick for our latest In The Lab feature and he opened up about his writing and recording process, experiences working with fellow Chi artists Vic Mensa and Chance The Rapper, upcoming projects and more. Check it out here.

Previously: Mick Jenkins ft. The Mind – Dehydration (Video)

ILoveMakonnen ft. Despot & Ezra Koenig – Down 4 So Long (Remix)

December 22nd, 2014

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Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig and Queens veteran Despot join Makonnen on a remix of “Down 4 So Long”. I’m not mad.

This is the final track in Red Bull’s “20 Before 15″ series.

Previously: ILoveMakonnen – Swerve | Vampire Weekend ft. Danny Brown, Heems & Despot – Step (Remix)

Video: Shotgun Suge ft. Styles P – Guilty Conscience

December 22nd, 2014

“I ain’t got a conscience, nigga I’m from Yonkers”

The Ghost shows no remorse on Shotgun Suge’s “Guilty Conscience”.

Previously: DJ OP & Styles P ft. Snyp Life, Sauce Money, Fred The Godson, Dave East & Mysonne – 6 Shooter | Styles P – White Niggaz

Watch as LL Cool J & Canibus Finally Squash Their Beef

December 22nd, 2014

This past Friday night in New York, LL Cool J brought former adversary Canibus on-stage during Hot 97′s Christmas in Brooklyn concert at the Barclays Center and the pair officially squashed their legendary beef. ‘Bis famously set off the conflict with a few braggadocios lines on the track “4,3,2,1″ that LL perceived as shots at the throne. The GOAT responded in kind on that same track, solo dis tracks were exchanged and the rest is history. In the video above, LL tells the crowd that sometimes you have to move on from past disagreements and make peace before bringing Canibus out for what could very well be their first joint performance of the song since they shot the video.

Previously: Tuki Carter Did Canibus’ Mic Tat

Skillz – All My Favorite Rappers Are Dead

December 22nd, 2014

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Word. This was produced by BINK!, who also did this year’s “Rap Up” according to Skillz. I imagine we should be getting that any day now.

The pair is dropping their joint album, Made In Virginia, on New Year’s Day.

Previously: Mad Skillz Interview & Freestyle on Sway in The Morning

Video: Chase N. Cashe – For The City (Live)

December 22nd, 2014

Above, Chase performs “For The City”, off his new album The Best There Is.. for Balcony TV.

Hit the jump to check out the two latest episodes of his ‘For The City’ vlog series celebrating New Orleans culture.

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