Kevin Gates Songs

  • I Feel Like
    I Feel Like
    Twista is putting all these rappers with weekly freestyles in their place by dropping roughly a freestyle per day for the past week. He raps fast, maybe he writes fast too?
  • Tomorrow
    Kevin Gates is touring for the second leg of his #IDGT tour, and, keeping his tagline alive, he's been consistently dropping new music while on the road.
  • Young Nigga
    Young Nigga
    Detroit's own Sino is making major inroads into this thing they call the rap game. Just a couple months ago he was a winner of HNHH's weekly Heatseekers video contest for "Slappin," now HNHH premieres his new single "Young Nigga" feat. Kevin Gates, produced by the Honorable C Note.
  • Kno One
    Kno One
    In the past year or so, Kevin Gates has formed a reputation based mostly on two things: his ferocious, tireless rapping and his crude social media presence, which has sometimes even veered into incest and beastiality.
  • Coldest Remix
    Coldest Remix
    Rico Love's I Sin free album from last August was on point, but apparently the NOLA crooner wasn't satisfied yet because he just renovated "Coldest," one of the project's better tracks, with verses from Kevin Gates, Trick Daddy, and Trina. It's a Dirty South smorgasbord as each rappers something a little different to the table. 
  • Mexico
    Kevin Gates did the mixtape rollout right. He announced it about three hours before it arrived, and it showed up right on time. The tight 7-track project is mostly straight-ahead rap songs, but "Mexico" is the mid-project cool down, built off of a drifting guitar sample, never settling or pushing forward, but always moving. It's a good challenge for Gates, who always demonstrates the ability to come up with new flows, but often opts for more formulaic trap production. 
  • Rican Johnny
    Rican Johnny
    With very little notice, Kevin Gates decided to surprise his fans tonight and release a brand new DJ Holiday-hosted mixtape titled Murder For Hire. Having already heard tracks like “Her” & “Khaza” off it, here goes a new standout cut from the project titled “Rican Johnny”.
  • Yeaa
    For a time there was rumor that Starlito and Kevin Gates would be releasing a joint mixtape. We're not ruling it out at this point, but we're certainly not counting on it either. What we will do is thoroughly enjoy any time the two raspy street rappers link up for a record, which is always sure to be filled with more realness than you're likely to find on most rapper's full discography. 
  • Destroyed
    Despite the fact that they're currently two of the most regularly roasted rappers in the country, and are both tight with Boosie Badazz, Young Thug and Kevin Gates had never collaborated until recently. Today, we get to hear "Destroyed, " a Thugger track that features not only Gates, but also Birdman and MPA Duke. 
  • Khaza
    When most rappers dedicate songs to their children, those tracks usually come out a little more loving and toned-down than their other music, with the most notable recent example of this being Kanye West's lullaby-esque "Only One." For Kevin Gates, though, that's not even close to the case. At all.
  • Me U & Hennessy (Remix)
    Me U & Hennessy (Remix)
    Despite the fact that it was included on Dej Loaf's October 2014 tape, Sell Sole, the babymaking jam "Me U & Hennessy" is just now starting to take off, thanks in part to a steamy video and a Lil Wayne remix. Now Kevin Gates joins the party.
  • I Don't Get Tired (Remix)
    I Don't Get Tired (Remix)
    Kevin Gates' 2014 hit "I Don't Get Tired" might be the best-ever song about an energy drink. But despite its title, there were moments in the track when the Baton Rouge rapper paused to catch his breath, namely the parts when August Alsina was singing. Today, he solves that conundrum by releasing a new remix, complete with new bars and no hook. He's really walking the walk on this one. 
  • Bullshit
    Vee Tha Rula has been demonstrating his versatility over his last few leaks from RULA2, and with the project arriving today, there's just as much variety on the tape itself. "Bullshit" finds Vee seamlessly juggling bars and melodies, so it makes sense that he'd invite Kevin Gates, a man known to be a fierce an emcee as he is a skilled melody writer, to contribute.
  • Her
    Digital Trapstars are gearing up for the second instalment of their Screens On Lock mixtape series. The first one may have only dropped less than three months ago, but they've already gathered another round of exclusives from all your favorite rappers. So far we've heard music from Too Short & Mistah F.A.B.
  • Payback
    "Furious 7" is shaping up to be the hip-hop movie of 2015. Regardless of your expectations for the film, the soundtrack hosts some of the biggest stars in the game, and "Payback" is the most star-studded collab we've heard yet. The track features Juicy J, Kevin Gates, Future, and Sage the Gemini; four different rappers, and four wildly different rapping styles. One should note that this initial recording features a clip of "Ride Out", the soundtrack's leading single, in the seconds before "Payback" gets going.
  • Don't Do It
    Don't Do It
    Back in December, Starlito released the album Black Sheep Don’t Grin, which featured the track “Don’t Do It” with Kevin Gates on it. Today, Starlito decides to turn that record into official single, and recruit a verse from Young Dolph (who dropped off a mixtape himself earlier this week).
  • Bet That Up
    Bet That Up
    Boldy James is back today as we approach the release of Trapper's Alley 2. The mixtape is finally due out on Friday, and before that time, he's hitting us with one of the most anticipated collaborations on the project, "Bet That Up." The track is complete with two other street hustlers, Kevin Gates and Snootie Wild, as well as production from GoGrizzly. GoGrizzly is a new collaborator to Boldy, but obviously the two have chemistry as he handled the majority of the production on Trapper's Alley 2.
  • The Law
    The Law
    While the headlines around Kevin Gates have become increasingly absurd, his workmanlike output, undeniable skill and charisma remains consistent. The Baton Rouge rapper closed out last year with his second mixtape of 2014, the impressive Luca Brasi 2, and even since then, he's kept new music coming. 
  • Flicka Da Wrist
    Flicka Da Wrist
    Start your Saturday morning off right with the latest from Kevin Gates. This morning, the Baton Rouge spitter delivers "Flicka Da Wrist," a Fred On Em-produced track that has him rapping his ass off, as usual.  Alternating between stoic enunciation and unhinged, wild shrieking, Gates proves that there's no one out there quite like him. No word on a new project yet. Quotable Lyrics
  • In Your Dreams
    In Your Dreams
    As one of the country's most unique rappers, Kevin Gates is more often recognized for his flow and lyrics than his ability to craft, sharp catchy hooks. Most of that's understandable, as he adopts a variety of deliveries and spins some of the most spellbinding tales of this day and age, but especially in the wake of "#IDGT," his ability as a sloganeering hooksmith needs to be acknowledged.
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