Jadakiss Songs

  • Myself
    Young Buck has been the most prolific member of G-Unit recently, and arguably, he's also been releasing the strongest material. His new collaboration with Jadakiss is yet another strong showing from Buck, mainly due to the rapper's uncompromising style, proof that if you work diligently in one lane for long enough, you're bound to master it.
  • Shame On Ya (Freestyle)
    Shame On Ya (Freestyle)
    Other than Fabolous' much-hyped "Friday Night Freestyles," Jadakiss' #T5DOA series (which always arrive on Friday mornings) has been the best-received of all of the recent freestyle series by veteran NY rappers. The last one came through at the beginning of the month over Raekwon's "Incarcerated Scarfaces," and now the L.O.X. member returns with one titled "Shame On Ya."
  • See A Key (Ki)
    See A Key (Ki)
    Skyzoo's album Music For My Friends was originally supposed to drop on June 23rd, but surprise! It dropped today instead.
  • Incarcerated Scarfaces (Freestyle)
    Incarcerated Scarfaces (Freestyle)
    Jadakiss has been very devoted in his aim to feed the streets with a new freestyle each Friday morning, going in over classic NY beats with a ferocity matched by very few of his freestyle-happy peers. Today, he takes on one of the finest tracks of the era: Raekwon's "Incarcerated Scarfaces" from his legendary 1995 album Only Built 4 Cuban Linx...
  • Do Me No Favors
    Do Me No Favors
    If there's one thing Troy Ave has consistently done, it's rep New York. His new album, Major Without A Deal, hits iTunes tomorrow, and its full of features from New York's biggest names. Perhaps the most enticing song from a New York head's perspective would be the Fabolous and Jadakiss-assisted "Do Me No Favors," which has arrived today.
  • Life's A Bitch (Freestyle)
    Life's A Bitch (Freestyle)
    As announced, Fabolous released his new Friday Night Freestyles mixtape tonight with long time collaborator DJ Clue. Laced with 15 tracks, the project features all 11 previously heard freestyles, and 4 new additional bonus cuts featuring Jadakiss, Paul Cain, Joe Budden, and Stack Bundles.
  • Bang Bang (Freestyle)
    Bang Bang (Freestyle)
    For most younger hip hop fans, the phrase "Bang Bang" is instantly associated with Chief Keef, but for fans of an older vintage, it belongs to Capone-N-Noreaga. Today, Jadakiss returns with another Friday morning freestyle that pays its dues to the Queens duo. 
  • Just Roc Freestyle
    Just Roc Freestyle
    When it comes to beats, Ty Farris goes where Jadakiss goes. Fabolous dropped "Two Curse Words" for his latest installment of #FridayMorningMassacres, freestyling over Just Blaze's “Just Fire (The Roc)” beat that Cam’ron put to use on Come Home With Me. Later that day Farris dropped his own freestyle on the same beat for #FarrisFridays. To be fair, the beat is just nasty.
  • Two Curse Words (Freestyle)
    Two Curse Words (Freestyle)
    For fans of gritty, lyrical golden era NYC rap, Fridays have recently become the best day of the week (not that they weren't already for other reasons). In the morning, you get Jadakiss' #FridayMorningMassacres and at night, Fabolous’ #FridayNightFreestyles, both of which usually come in over classic Northeast joints. Jada's latest is titled "Two Curse Words," and on it, he takes on Just Blaze's “Just Fire (The Roc)” beat for Cam’ron, whcih was originally included on Come Home With Me. 
  • Young Gifted And Black Freestyle
    Young Gifted And Black Freestyle
    A lot of big names like Fabolous, Styles P, and Lloyd Banks have been dropping regular freestyles recently.
  • Block Work (Freestyle)
    Block Work (Freestyle)
    For the past two weeks, Jadakiss has been sharing freestyles over NY classics on Friday mornings.
  • Young, Gifted & Black (Freestyle)
    Young, Gifted & Black (Freestyle)
    Jadakiss takes us back to 1989 today with his latest freestyle for DJ Envy.
  • Y'all Haters (Freestyle)
    Y'all Haters (Freestyle)
    Wow, Jadakiss sure picked two Jay Z songs that he could flip into self-referential freestyle. After switching area codes from Brooklyn to Yonkers on "Where I'm From" earlier today, he's now on Hova's "Jigga My Nigga" saying "What's my name? Jadaaaaaa." This one's titled "Y'all Haters." 
  • Where I'm From (Freestyle)
    Where I'm From (Freestyle)
    Recently, Styles P has been dropping off freestyles left and right, and now his LOX crewmate Jadakiss joins the fray. His new one comes over Jay Z's In My Lifetime, Vol. 1 cut "Where I'm From," and he sounds right at home over the Amen-Ra and Mad Rapper-produced joint. Premiered by DJ Envy minutes ago, the joint's now online for your listening and downloading pleasure.
  • Pot Jar
    Pot Jar
    Curren$y's Pilot Talk 3 was released in a fairly exclusive fashion, coming as part of a Jet Life bundle directly from Spitta himself. As the rapper has clarified, PT3 is still a free album, with the $100 price tag applying to music videos, photos, and merch included in the package.
  • Fifa
    This afternoon we premiered a new mixtape from DJ SpinKing, The Connect. The self-proclaimed SpinKing really is the connect, tapping some of your favorite rappers for verses on the tape. We've heard a leak or two, including the Ca$h Out and Fetty Wap-featured "Dope Boy" as well as last year's big single "Adult Swim" with Tyga, A$AP Ferg, Jeremih and Velous. The project is packed with 13 cuts though most of which are new. On "Fifa," Spin connects (hehe) two New Yorkers together, one an OG and one a newb, over the beeping production. 
  • Real Rap
    Real Rap
    Yo Gotti just announced that he's readying a mixtape hosted by DJ Drama, Concealed, which the rapper plans to drop randomly this week (no release date will be set). However he still wanted to let fans know what's coming, and so Gotti leaked a cut off the mixtape today, calling upon Jadakiss for "Real Rap." Both raspy-voiced MCs reminisce about the good ol' days over a soulful sample. 
  • Dope House
    Dope House
    Chinx-no-longer-Drugz is still keeping the drug theme alive and well with his Cocaine Riot mixtape series. If you didn't get to experience a white Christmas, you can get the next best thing with Chinx's new Cocaine Riot 5 mixtape(?).  The Coke Boy rapper dropped off CR5 yesterday, and today we're highlighting one of the mixtape's collaboration with veteran New York rapper Jadakiss. The minimalistic "Dope House" has production from fellow Coke Boy Velous, and Chinx even drops a few Christmas references in it. 
  • They Don't Love You
    They Don't Love You
    Bringing together the motley crew of Atlanta's LoStarr and Rocko and NY veteran Jadakiss, Chubbie Baby has assembled quite a lineup for his new track "They Don't Love You," which we have the pleasure of exclusively premiering.  A booming, slow-paced trap track, "They Don't Love You" has a hook that speaks to gold diggers, fake friends and fair weather fans, the three of which form a veritable Bermuda Triangle for rappers hoping to make it. Chubbie and Co. realize they don't need all of this fake love, and stick to their old friends and rap comrades. 
  • Let's Get It
    Let's Get It
    The Lox delivered a follow-up to 2013's surprise EP The Trinity today with The Trinity: 2nd Sermon. With the new EP available on iTunes now, we've been granted a stream of one of the EP cuts "Let's Get It." This follows up last week's leak "All We Know," which is also on the new EP. Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch go in over a frantic beat that's got that swarming of the bees sound, mixed in with ringing bells. Are you feeling it? For more from these three NY vets, head over to iTunes and grab the EP.
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