Jahlil Beats Songs

  • Get Mine
    Get Mine
    H.B. is our second Heatseeker of the day out of Florida, more proof of how strong the region's rap game has been recently. The Jacksonville emcee comes through with a new single, "Get Mine," that's a reflective piece of grinding music. It's rare to hear an up-and-comer who's come into his own so fully as an artist. Many guys can rap with confidence, but few can explore the range of emotions that H.B. gives us on a single track.  Oh, and the production comes from Jahlil Beats. 
  • Standing On Ferraris
    Standing On Ferraris
    When Game dropped the tracklist to Documentary 2 last week, one of the most surprising features listed was Diddy.
  • Work
    Last week Rick Ross dropped the rock-solid mixtape Black Dollar, 17 tracks long and chalkfull of features from Meek Mill, Future, Gucci Mane, & more. But Rozay still had a few tricks up his sleeve as he comes through today with a new hustle anthem by the name of "Work."
  • Still I Rise
    Still I Rise
    Jahlil Beats has been behind some big records over the last couple years, including Boogie's "Oh My," Meek Mill's "Monster," and Bobby Shmurda's "Hot Nigga" (Uncle Murda's "We Wuu Wuuu" also still goes). Today, he's laced Jinsu with another instrumental, which -- like most of his best work -- bangs as hard as anything else out, but does so with an unconventional sample. 
  • Wanna Know (Drake Diss)
    Wanna Know (Drake Diss)
    Well here it is! After Drake went “Back To Back” on us this week, Meek has finally released his response record tonight titled "Wanna Know." Calling on Jahlil Beats & Swizz Beatz for some bangin’ production, Meek Mill fires back at Drake with a 4-minute lyrical onslaught. Bringing the energy, Meek goes hard at Drake for biting other artist’s flows, paying people off, and the obvious ghostwriting scandal with Quentin Miller, where he leaks another reference track that Quentin Miller did for Drake's "Know Yourself."
  • Ima Boss
    Ima Boss
    Meek Mill's 2011 Dream Chasers was a stellar mixtape, the likes of which he perhaps has not duplicated since. It featured such bangers as "Middle of da Summer," "Get Dis Money," & "House Party," but no track from the tape made its mark more than "Ima Boss" feat. Rick Ross.
  • Shooters Worldwide
    Shooters Worldwide
    Before Capone-N-Noreaga’s new album Lessons arrives on Friday, the duo decide to come through and treat fans to another preview off it first titled “Shooters Worldwide”.
  • Basic Bitch
    Basic Bitch
    DJ Clue's new mixtape, Banned From CD 2015, is full of gems, such as Drake's Fetty Wap remix, but as far as the unreleased cuts go, this Meek Mill and Migos collab immediately stands out. Surprisingly, on "Basic Bitch," Meek takes the hook duty, and each member of Migos impresses with his own verse, including the recently incarcerated Offset, who presumably recorded this before he was jailed. 
  • Dayum!
    If you follow Plies on social media, you'll have noticed that he's a big fan of spelling things the way he pronounces them in his Southern drawl, with "pwussy" being the best and most frequent example of this. His new single follows suit. It's called "Dayum!" and was produced by the Philly phenom Jahlil Beats. 
  • Oh My
    Oh My
    Boogie made a dent on the rap game with his debut mixtape, Thirst 48, which dropped last summer. The mixtape solidified Boogie as one to watch, and had us all vibing (read: smoking) to his relaxed, West Coast sound.
  • The Get Back (Freestyle)  [Tags]
    The Get Back (Freestyle) [Tags]
    Two is always better than one right? Giving Funk Flex the go ahead, here goes the second Meek Mill freestyle of the night called “The Get Back”.
  • Run Ricky Run (Remix)
    Run Ricky Run (Remix)
    Jahlil Beats recently dropped off a remix of "Give Em Hell" from Key!, and today he tackles Manolo Rose's buzzing record "Run Ricky Run." The New York native has been in the news lately, as word continues to circulate that Manolo was responsible for Troy Ave's (one) hit, "About The Money." While it appears Manolo Rose was never paid for the record, he's taking it stride, moving on to his next possible hit "Run Ricky Run." 
  • She All About The Shmoney
    She All About The Shmoney
    As you all probably know, Bobby Shmurda, Rowdy Rebel and 11 other members of their GS9 crew are currently awaiting a trial for the boatload of charges brought against them last month. Despite that, Shmurda and Rebel have managed to get some new music out. "She All About The Shmoney" features Rowdy in the driver's seat, with Bobby and Too Short (?!) coming along for the ride.
  • Give Em Hell (Remix)
    Give Em Hell (Remix)
    The dream team is back. As we announced last week, Jahlil Beats and araabMUZIK will be teaming up for a few cuts on Jahlil's Planet 7 EP, and following the leak of the fittingly-titled "Destruction," the duo have gotten back in the studio and given us a scorching remix that won't appear on the project.
  • Destruction
    What happens when you get two of the best East Coast producers together to collaborate? If Jahlil Beats and araabMUZIK's new track is to be believed, the answer to that question is total, utter "Destruction." 
  • Andale
    Problem has been popping up just about everywhere since his breakthrough with "Like Whaaat" in 2012. Recently we've seen him linking with the likes of Childish Gambino and Rich Homie Quan for some pretty big tracks. 
  • Err Thing Valid (Remix)
    Err Thing Valid (Remix)
    Harlem is in the building tonight as Smoke DZA calls on ASAP Rocky & Cam’ron for the official remix to his track “Err Thing Valid”.
  • Where Dey At
    Where Dey At
    Last week we hit you with the first leak off the upcoming debut mixtape from the Batgang crew, a crew helmed by Kid Ink. The cut, "Roll Another One", featured Ink, Hardhead and Shitty Montana. Today we get the second and last leak before the mixtape drops tomorrow, and this one rounds up Ink and Shitty Montana again, alongside King Los (speaking of which, where Los been at?).
  • Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    You know how big Bobby Shmurda's "Hot Nigga" freestyle over Lloyd Banks' "Jackpot" has gotten when people rap over it and credit the track to Shmurda, not Banks. The Jahlil Beats production is inextricably linked to "Hot Nigga," and has now inspired a freestyle from Cap 1.
  • Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    With Bobby Shmurda's "Hot Nigga" music video going viral (it's almost at 4 million views) and the New York rapper signing a deal with Epic, we can expect plenty of rappers hopping on the Shmoney Dance bandwagon.