Ace Hood Songs

  • The Omen
    The Omen
    If you're prolific enough, you can drop new music 4 Da Fuck Of It, which is exactly what Ace Hood did with his new-mini project that bears the title. The EP consists of four tracks that didn't make his upcoming Starvation 4, so for lack of a better word, fans won't go hungry until it drops.
  • MOOD
    Ace Hood aka DJ Khaled's greatest find ever has been releasing on Starvation mixtape per year since 2012, and on November 3rd he will release Starvation 4. Today he shared the tape's first single "Mood."
  • Clarity
    Ace Hood is back, and as hard as ever. The rapper popped up on his We The Best affiliate's record, DJ Khaled's "365," which received a measly 40% rating from our audience-- but an Ace Hood solo record should earn that VERY HOTTTTT. 
  • 365
    A couple of months before the release of "NBA 2K16," it was announced that the soundtrack would be curated by DJ Mustard, DJ Premier, and DJ Khaled. Each DJ lent a playlist to the video game, featuring their own productions as well as personal favorites, along with one brand new track. As 2K16 dropped yesterday, we now have the audio to DJ Khaled's exclusive track, "365," featuring Ace Hood, Kent Jones, and Vado. 
  • Money And Power
    Money And Power
    DJ Khaled has proved himself to be an unstoppable force, and this time he teams up with We The Best Music Group Ace Hood, & Mavado along with Uncle Murda for a new joint called "Money and Power."
  • I Know How It Feel
    I Know How It Feel
    Ty Dolla $ign is becoming the go-to hook guy if you're looking for radio play, or lady-leaning records. Ace Hood seems to be looking for the former on his smooth new single, "I Know How It Feel." It's a surprisingly soft record although it's about coming up from a street life and getting to the dollar signs (ha). Production comes from Ben Billions and Schife Karbeen.
  • H.O.E. (Hell On Earth)
    H.O.E. (Hell On Earth)
    Ace Hood hasn't dropped a tape since last August's Body Bag 3, but he's still fed the streets with sporadic one-off tracks here and there in the past year. The latest of these is a track called "H.O.E. (Hell On Earth)," and it might just be the best thing we've heard from him in 2015.
  • 4 A Minute
    4 A Minute
    Ace Hood fans have been patiently waiting for a new project from the rapper, who hasn't released a proper album since Trials & Tribulations, and while there's still no sign of a follow up, today Ace has returned with a brand new song to tide us over. 
  • Expensive
    If you've yet to give Vee Tha Rula's new mixtape, RULA2, a listen, here's some extra motivation. After highlighting his collaboration with Kevin Gates yesterday, "Bullshit," today we're giving some shine to "Expensive" featuring Ace Hood. Once again Konshis Pilot is on the boards. 
  • I Ain't Going Back Broke (Remix)
    I Ain't Going Back Broke (Remix)
    Along with Popcaan, Jamaica's Mavado was one of the guys who came up under dancehall legend Vybz Kartel before he went away for life on murder charges. Today, Kartel shows up on a remix of Mavado's "I Ain't Going Back Broke" along with Ace Hood and Future. The catchy track is bolstered by strong vocal performances from Mavado and Mr. Freebandz on the hook, and great verses by Kartel and Ace. The latter's, coming at the very end of the track, is one his most melodic, seamlessly blending in with the auto-tune-loving dancehall artists while still displaying his lyrical gift.
  • 100 Foreva
    100 Foreva
    As planned, Ace Hood decides to come through and heat up the first day of Spring with some new fire called “100 Foreva".
  • Truffle Butter (Freestyle)
    Truffle Butter (Freestyle)
    After a mixed bag of singles for The Pinkprint, Nicki decided to release "Truffle Butter" when sales erupted for the song following the album's release on iTunes. It's now getting some radio play, and like clockwork, the freestyles have now begun to pour in. While we're not exactly thrilled to hear a million versions of a song that's perfectly great in its original form, Ace Hood is more than welcome to add some bars to the propulsive house-rap jam.
  • Mr. Nice Guy (Freestyle)
    Mr. Nice Guy (Freestyle)
    It's been a little while since we've heard a new freestyle from Ace Hood, a dude who's very good at repurposing other peoples' tracks, but today the drought is over. Wisely choosing A$AP Rocky's "Pretty Flacko 2" as his target, Ace delivers a freestyle entitled "Mr. Nice Guy." Spitting hot fire over the Nez & Rio produced instrumental, Ace Hood provides a nice alternative for those who thought Rocky's original was light on lyricism.  Quotable Lyrics
  • I Ain't Going Back Broke
    I Ain't Going Back Broke
    Mavado may be the first dancehall artist to cross over to a North American audience in some time. That's DJ Khaled's plan at least, pairing the Jamaican vocalist with some hip hop collaborators on "I Ain't Going Back Broke". Mavado is joined by fellow We The Best artist Ace Hood, as well as Future, who makes sense as a collaborator, seeing that dancehall predated rap's auto-tune obsession by at least a couple years.
  • Pain
    While generally known for his furious double time flows, Ace Hood also models himself after rappers like Tupac, who always made a point of being a 'man of the people'. The rapper displays his ability to take on this approach on his new song, "Pain" which reflects on Ferguson, Eric Garner, and police brutality in general.Rather than opting for more delicate production, Ace brings in some hard synthesized brass to help convey the anger in his voice. As much as "Pain" is a eulogy for those wronged by police, it's a call to action for change.
  • Hold You Down (Remix)
    Hold You Down (Remix)
    Moments after DJ Khaled delivered a new vlog where he celebrates "Hold You Down" hitting #1, the biggest DJ in the game has another celebratory moment for "Hold You Down" by dropping off a big remix of the song, now featuring Usher, Rich Ross, Fabolous and Ace Hood (the original was strictly singers with Chris Brown, August Alsina, Jeremih and Future). Usher takes on the hook for the remix. Is it better than the original?
  • We Don't
    We Don't
    Ace Hood hit us with Body Bag 3 a couple months back, compiling all of his freestyles over some of the summer's hottest beats in one place. Since then, he's been pretty quiet, but today he's decided to break that silence in a huge way with his brand new single, "We Don't".
  • Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    After treating us to freestyles over "No Flex Zone" and "0 To 100" a few weeks back, Ace Hood continues his remix binge by going in over Bobby Shmurda's monster single, "Hot Nigga". The track is essentially a freestyle in itself, with Bobby going in over a Lloyd Banks throwaway from a few year's back, but it hasn't stopped it from inciting a slew of new versions following Shmurda's.
  • Believe Me (Freestyle)
    Believe Me (Freestyle)
    Ace Hood's spent the majority of 2014 making "Beast Mixes" of popular tracks, showing his lyrical dexterity by destroying the hottest songs of the year. He's already torn apart "Chi-Raq," "0 To 100" and "No Flex Zone," and now he's lined up Drake and Lil Wayne's "Believe Me" to knock down with his verbal antics.
  • No Flex Zone (Remix)
    No Flex Zone (Remix)
    Rae Sremmurd' "No Flex Zone" has gradually picked up steam over the last few months, but its been given a serious push over the last week or so, with plenty of big names making their own versions of the Mike WiLL-helmed banger.So far we've heard Nicki Minaj, Pusha T, and Juicy J deliver freestyles over the track, and now Ace Hood has joined the party. Ace couldn't resist going in over Drake's "0 To 100" the other week, and he's decided to hop on this beat while its still fresh.