Papoose Songs

  • Street Dreams
    Street Dreams
    A lot of fellow rappers have been responding to Chinx's murder on their various social media outlets, and paying homage to the former Coke Boy rapper. Even so, French Montana felt it necessary to call out those who were putting out negative vibes in the wake of the tragedy. 
  • Get At Me Dog (Freestyle)
    Get At Me Dog (Freestyle)
    BT Express' "Everything Good to You (Ain't Always Good for You)" has been sampled in so many rap records, it's difficult to even choose a definitive use of it. We've heard it flipped on songs by EPMD, Mase, Beanie Siegel, and the biggest crew record to ever come out of Canada, "Northern Touch". the record that got the most attention was most certainly DMX's "Get At Me Dog," and that's the one that Papoose has decided to freestyle over today. 
  • Blackout (Freestyle)
    Blackout (Freestyle)
    After getting "Banned From Radio" on his freestyle last week, Papoose joins his NY comrades Jadakiss, Styles P and Fabolous (who hasn't dropped one yet, but will tonight) in dropping a new one today. This one's over a classic DMX joint, and it's titled "Blackout."
  • Banned From Radio (Freestyle)
    Banned From Radio (Freestyle)
    There's been a recent trend of New York OGs reaching back to the 90s for freestyle inspiration, and Papoose has joined the club of Fabolous, Lloyd Banks, and the like with a new freestyle over Big Pun's "Banned From TV". Of course, this one has been something of a classic freestyle record for some time, with on eof the most memorable takes coming from Lil Wayne on his No Ceilings mixtape. While he has a lot to live up to, Pap holds his own here, since after all, this is the kinda beat Remy Ma's better half was built for.
  • The Family
    The Family
    New York's Papoose continues to take on some classic instrumentals for freestyles, similar to what we've been hearing from Jadakiss these days. After taking on Raekwon's "Incarcerated Surfaces" last week, this week he goes the Roc-A-Fella route, utilizing Amil, Memphis Bleek, Beanie Sigel and Jay Z's 2000 "4 Da Fam" beat. The song serves as a leak off his upcoming mixtape You Can't Stop Destiny.
  • Incarcerated Surfaces (Freestyle)
    Incarcerated Surfaces (Freestyle)
    Papoose continues to keep the freestyles coming. A couple weeks ago, Pap released a freestye over Meek Mill’s hard street cut “Monster”, and now tonight he returns with another one, this time over Raekwon classic record “Incarcerated Surfaces”.
  • I Love The Game
    I Love The Game
    DJ Kay Slay continues to keep the posse cuts coming. After hitting us with tracks like "I Declare War" & "Undefeated" recently, the NYC DJ decides to come through today and do it all over again, this time recruiting Papoose and Trick Trick for "I Love The Game". Produced by Stan The Man, this boisterous posse cut will see life on Kay Slay's upcoming mixtape, The Industry Purge, which drops next week. Listen as Papoose and Trick Trick flex their lyrical muscles and rap about their love for the game. Track available for free download too FYI.
  • Monster (Freestyle)
    Monster (Freestyle)
    After reappearing in the public eye through his Summer Jam stage crash, Papoose became inescapable for a hot minute, freestyling over any and every hot instrumental, and interpreting Kendrick Lamar's BET Cypher verse as directed at him. Since then, his releases have been a little more sporadic, but if he sees a beat hot enough to attack (and Remy Ma hasn't already destroyed it), he's likely to put a 16 or two on it.Meek Mill's "Monster" has inspired Pap to go in, and while Meek's bars are tough to keep up with, he holds his own, shouting out Remy throughout.
  • Grimy Ass New York
    Grimy Ass New York
    In New York, it's a time-honored tradition to give each of the city's five boroughs a respective shout-out during hip-hop shows. We've also heard many NYC artists incorporate this practice into songs, as Lil Kim did on the chorus of her hit "Lighters Up" and Nicki Minaj did (albeit with other locations also listed) in the last verse of "Beez In The Trap." Papoose, ever the New Yorker, opens his latest track in similar fashion. It's clearly not enough that this song is called "Grimy Ass New York," as he shows love to Brooklyn, Harlem and Queens within seconds.
  • No Love
    No Love
    Papoose generally keeps things pretty New York, which does not generally include 80s power pop acts. Regardless, he's pulled a sample from The Outfield's 1986 track, "Your Love", which when you think about some of the sample sources from Cam'ron's Purple Haze, may not be that off-base after all.
  • Dark Night Shooters
    Dark Night Shooters
    DJ Absolut has been all about the crew cuts these days.
  • I Feel Wonderful (Freestyle)
    I Feel Wonderful (Freestyle)
    Last month, DJ Naim recruited Slaughterhouse member, Joell Ortiz, for his single “I Feel Wonderful”, and today the DJ returns with another Brooklyn emcee, Papoose, for an alternate version of that very same record.
  • Sinner's Prayer
    Sinner's Prayer
    Back in April, Saigon announced the launch of his new label Squid Inc Squad, as well as an upcoming album for later this year. Now that his Greatest Story Never Told Chapter 3: The Troubled Times of Brian Carenard is on the horizon, the New York rapper decides to treat fans with the project’s first offering titled “Sinner’s Prayer” featuring Papoose & actor/rapper Omar Epps. (Yes, that Omar Epps.)
  • New York State Of Mind
    New York State Of Mind
    Papoose may be the only modern rapper with the audacity to name a new track after one on Illmatic, but he's also one of the few with the necessary bars to back it up. He recruits Vado for a guest verse, and says this track is a single from his upcoming second album.
  • 0 To 100 (Freestyle)
    0 To 100 (Freestyle)
    Papoose is next up to tackle Drake's "0 To 100" instrumental, mimicking Drizzy's flow for it. Papoose is known to hop on hot instrumentals, so we could have expected this was coming. Most recently, Papoose adopted DJ Khaled's "They Don't Love You No More" for a remix.
  • They Don't Love You No More (Remix)
    They Don't Love You No More (Remix)
    Papoose continues to stay relevant in the game. A few days ago, Pap was a special guest on BET’s weekly freestyle segment, “The Backroom”, and today, he’s back with a new remix for the fans over DJ Khaled's latest single “They Don't Love You Now More". This will be living on Pap’s upcoming mixtape YCSD, which will be dropping soon.
  • Enter The Cypher
    Enter The Cypher
    DJ Kay Slay thinks there's some confusion surrounding what makes a "real hip-hop cypher", so today he's here to clear up any misconceptions you may have about a cypher, enlisting Papoose, William Young, Chris Rivers and Termanology to help him prove his point.
  • Real Hip Hop
    Real Hip Hop
    DJ Kay Slay rounds up some fellow New York rappers in Papoose, Vado, & Ransom for his newest track titled “Real Hip Hop”. This record will appear on Kay Slay's upcoming mixtape The Last Hip Hop Disciple, which is coming soon.
  • Current Events
    Current Events
    Papoose has that sick flow on his brand new song, "Current Events," produced by DJ Premier. It's a sign of his burgeoning career that he's snagging tracks with great producers like Premier.  He's working hard on his next album so keep posted as new tracks are sure to trickle in. When you're done with this check out one of his later offerings, "John F. Kennedy" featuring production by Havoc and a vocal spot for Cassidy. 
  • John F. Kennedy
    John F. Kennedy
    Papoose continues to flood the web with new content. After hitting us with his new music video for “6 AM” featuring Jadakiss, Jim Jones, and Ice T on Tuesday, the New York rapper returned just hours later with the release of an entire new mixtape titled Cigar Society. Highlighting the project, here goes one of the standout cuts from the newly released mixtape titled “John F Kennedy”, featuring Cassidy.
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