Consequence Songs

  • When I Wanna
    When I Wanna
    After his glory days of rapping with (and possibly ghostwriting for) Kanye West, Consequence became more known for his many beefs than for his music. Thankfully, this year has seen him set many of those aside in favor of making new music, with him and Pusha T reconciling to work on Ye's SWISH, and him and Lupe Fiasco settling their differences to drop a great new track together.
  • If I Shoot You
    If I Shoot You
    DJ Absolut has been teasing his "If I Shoot you" remix for years, with various versions of the track showing up on an array of mixtapes. Today, he's shared a fully mastered version of the track with verses from Raekwon, Havoc, Kanye West, and Consequence(Beanie Sigel is listed on the art, but we're not hearing him). The hook riffs on the opening lines of Jay Z's classic track, "Streets Is Watching."
  • Countdown
    Consequence and Lupe Fiasco is an unexpected but very natural combination, and their new record, "Countdown," plays to both of the rappers' strengths. Cons and Mike Cash provide the warm, sample-based beat that even features a couple of DJ scratches here and there, providing a comfortable palette for the two rappers to bring things back to the early 00s backpack era.
  • The Whole World
    The Whole World
    The Cons never seems to leave us for too long. The rapper returns today after giving us a "Bottle Girls (Remix)" at the end of last week with Mack Wilds and Blu Gem. Today he brings along Mark Crozer for a record that feels more indie rock/folk-ish than rap, with a strumming of guitar and other instrumentation. Not to mention, it's predominantly singing on the record rather than rapping.
  • Bottle Girls (Remix)
    Bottle Girls (Remix)
    This one's for all the bottle girls with outfits "as Tiny as a member of Xscape," at least according to Consequence. The Queens rapper / producer recruits Mack Wilds and Blu Gem for a remix of his track "Bottle Girls." It was co-produced by Cons and ADRM.
  • You Should Bounce
    You Should Bounce
    Consequence has been noticeably absent from the game for a little while after his reality TV stint and subsequent beef with Joe Budden. Now that he's done with TV and he's settled his differences with Joey, he can focus on music again, and for that we thank him. He just released "You Should Bounce", the first single from his upcoming Movies On Demand 5, which is set to be released in October.
  • My Bae (Remix)
    My Bae (Remix)
    The Cons loves dropping remixes. After taking a stab at ScHoolboy Q and BJ The Chicago Kid's "Studio" just last week (which it seems you guys were highly underwhelmed by, based off the user rating), he returns with another remix today of Vado and Jeremih's "My Bae", which hopefully impresses the hard-to-please HNHH audience a bit more (not holding my breath though). It seems he dropped off the record in celebration of his wife and baby mama's birthday, Jen The Pen. 
  • Studio (Remix)
    Studio (Remix)
    Swiff D's butter soft production on Schoolboy Q and BJ The Chicago Kid's "Studio" has been a recent favorite for rappers looking to freestyle. Recently, we've heard CyHi Tha Prynce, Plies and Fat Trel spit over the track, and now Consequence has offered up his own version.
  • No Future
    No Future
    Prolific producer Audible Doctor is releasing his Can't Keep The People Waiting EP later this year, featuring contributions from a number of high-profile MCs. THe first track to be unveiled from the project is "No Future," which features Consequence.
  • Good Kisser (Remix)
    Good Kisser (Remix)
    Consequence has been consistently dropping new tracks every week over the last little while, and this week is no exception.The seasoned emcee has decided to add a verse to Usher's soulfully explicit new single, "Good Kisser", taking on the first 16 of the song, while leaving the rest intact.
  • Get Her Back (Remix)
    Get Her Back (Remix)
    Robin Thicke decided to try to win his wife (actress Paula Patton) back with his new single, "Get Her Back", which he premiered a couple weeks back at the Billboard awards. Consequence has decided to hop on the track, adding an opening verse to it for his newest freestyle. The rapper's last offering was the namedrop-heavy tribute, "Bottle Girls", an homage to the New York club scene, and its many women.
  • Bottle Girls
    Bottle Girls
    Consequence has decided to shout out the women working in bottle service in New York's club scene. According to Cons, the industry is a new subculture, spawning plenty of social media stars. So, Cons has decided to grab Charisse Mills & Company of Greatness to make a track that pays tribute to these women, in which the rappers actually namedrop a few of the girls on the scene. The last we heard from Consequence was his track "Follow The Buzzards", which dropped back in March.
  • Vocabulary Spills (Remix)
    Vocabulary Spills (Remix)
    De La Soul have been generous these past few months, first offering up their entire discography for free download, and then following it up with a brand new mixtape, once again for free, using strictly J. Dilla beats.
  • Follow The Buzzards
    Follow The Buzzards
    The last we heard from Consequence was his "Black Skinhead" remix which dropped back in July of 2013. For a guy who was dropping a song a week for a while last year, he's been on quite a hiatus. The rapper got a lot of publicity last year for his alleged altercation with Joe Budden, so it's good to see him moving past reality TV and getting back into music. The new offering is under 2 minutes long, but features one continuous verse from the former Kanye affiliate.
  • I Don't Give A Fuck 3.0
    I Don't Give A Fuck 3.0
    Peter Jackon returns today with the third segment of his "I Don't Give A Fuck" track series. For this one, he recruits a big line-up of Freddie Gibbs, SwizZz, Aasim, Consequence and Jon Connor. This will appear on his new mixtape dropping later today, Good Company. Who had the best verse? Be warned, Gibbs verse is recycled. Quotable Lyrics
  • Black Skinhead (Remix)
    Black Skinhead (Remix)
    Bump Black Skinhead (Remix), the latest cut from Consequence. It was released on Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013. Things are improving for Consequence with each new offering, and Black Skinhead (Remix) is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the Consequence's catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late. We're definitely anticipating the next step. Check out Consequence's profile page for the most recent info, news, songs, and mixtapes. How do you feel about the production here?
  • Turn Up
    Turn Up
    Check out Turn Up, the latest from Consequence. The track was released on Thursday, April 18th, 2013. Consequence's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Turn Up is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue Consequence has been building over the years. We're definitely anticipating the next move.
  • Back Down To Earth
    Back Down To Earth
    Stream Back Down To Earth, the newest drop from Consequence. The cut was released on Tuesday, March 5th, 2013. Consequence continues to impress with each new leak, and Back Down To Earth is no exception. It's strengthens Consequence's already impressive body of work, which has seen positive change over the years. We're most definitely anticipating Consequence's next offering.
  • Hold On (Remix)
    Hold On (Remix)
    Check out Hold On (Remix), the latest from Kanye West which features a guest appearance from Consequence on the assist. The track was released on Monday, March 4th, 2013. Kanye West's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Hold On (Remix) is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue Kanye West has been building over the years. We're definitely anticipating the next move.
  • Little Precious Cargo
    Little Precious Cargo
    Listen to Little Precious Cargo, the latest track from Consequence, featuring Rell. The cut dropped on Tuesday, February 26th, 2013. Consequence's future brightens with every new release, and Little Precious Cargo certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Consequence has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more.