Skeme Songs

  • Shooters
    Shooters
    We featured the smooth collaboration from Ty Dolla $ign and Dom Kennedy, "Ice Cream," on the homepage, but we also had to highlight one of the more hard-hitting bangers that Mustard is known for.
  • Issues
    Issues
    Skeme's new Gangsta Grillz mixtape, Ingleworld 2, just impacted. The project, which Skeme calls a continuance from Ingleworld, finds the gritty rapper adopting more melodies while still keeping the hard edge he's known for, something which he detailed during our phone conversation. On "Issues" we get one such melody for the hook, as well as hyphy beat.
  • Khalil's Song
    Khalil's Song
    Today it's our pleasure to announce Skeme's next project, Ingleworld 2, and bring you the first track from it. It's called "Khalil's Song" and features BJ The Chicago Kid. 
  • No Talking
    No Talking
    If you don't know RJ, you certainly know his collective, Pushaz Ink. The label, fronted by DJ Mustard, YG, and Ty Dolla $ign might be the best place for a West Coast rapper to be right now, and RJ is making the most of his situation, delivering the very impressive OMMIO mixtape yesterday. 
  • Scream
    Scream
    Compton rapper AD drops off another leak to get us hyped for his mixtape Blue: 89, which drops tomorrow. We've heard "I Go In", with Eric Bellinger, and "You Know What It Is", featuring Manolo Rose, Icewear Vezzo, and RJ, and his latest drop has some big-time features as well. On "Scream", AD enlists Inglewood's Skeme and Harlem's Dave East for his hardest banger yet. 
  • Gimme More
    Gimme More
    Bad Lucc has been treating us all year to new tracks from his weekly "3:54pm" leak series. Most surprising are the collaborators Lucc has been able to enlist on his past several leaks, including: Freddie Gibbs, Ab-Soul, Jay Rock, and even Travis Barker. On his latest, he brings along some familiar faces, Problem and Skeme, two of L.A.'s finest. 
  • Everyday
    Everyday
    Skeme is getting ready to release the sequel to his Ingleworld series here next month, but before he does so he’s got another new leak to share with us called ”Everyday” featuring Shon Doe.
  • Red Carpet (Roll Out)
    Red Carpet (Roll Out)
    Skeme's Ingleworld album from 2013 was definitely one of the most underrated releases of that year, it included the really dope Boi-1da-produced "Bullets" which, note to self, needs to go back into rotation.
  • No Luv
    No Luv
    What do you get when you cross one of Virginia's finest with two Cali all-stars? If "No Luv" is to be believed, fire. VA's own Black Cobain connects with the dynamic West Coast duo of Skeme and Dubb on the JOPNDA produced track.  With all the three MCs riding atop a buoyant, atmospheric beat, "No Luv" features phenomenal rapping across the board, with each dude's distinct style coming across loud and clear on every verse. We're amped to premiere this, and hope to see more equally great things from Black Cobain, Skeme and Dubb this year.
  • No Rules
    No Rules
    Singer-songwriter Abrina makes her HNHH debut with "No Rules," a fresh single from her upcoming My Playground EP. Featuring a verse from Skeme, the record serves as an ode to the young and reckless lifestyle. This one definitely has mainstream radio potential. Hear the song here before DJs get an opportunity to play it out. 
  • Lifestyle (Freestyle)
    Lifestyle (Freestyle)
    Rich Gang's "Lifestyle" continues to gradually climb the charts, becoming one of the biggest rap smashes of the year. With that being said, there have been surprisingly few remixes of the song, despite the growing need for rappers to do their own version of every "hot" song. Perhaps it has something to do with the instrumental being unavailable or difficult to cleanly loop, as Skeme turns in a new verse over a remake of the London On Da Track beat.
  • Me And Mine
    Me And Mine
    Skeme is just about finished his week of music, but we're sure to have one more banger arrive tomorrow in time for the weekend. If you've been absent from the site, Skeme has been dropping one record every day for the last week, with yesterday's calling upon The Game and Eric Bellinger for an assist. Today he keeps things solo for a record about putting on for his friends and family, and keeping his circle tight. Produced by Sean Momberger.
  • Stop Playin
    Stop Playin
    Skeme has been flooding us with new music this week. He kicked things off earlier this week with "Peace of Mind", following it up yesterday with "Promise." The rapper, who is now signed to The Game's Blood Money imprint, promised he'd be dropping music daily this week, and keeping that promise he releases another cut today "Stop Playing." The track features his label b
  • Promise
    Promise
    With The Game's Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf dropping last week, Blood Money signee Skeme has been flooding the market with new music.
  • Peace Of Mind
    Peace Of Mind
    Skeme announced today that he'll be hitting us with new music on a daily basis over the next week, starting things off with "Peace Of Mind". The track bears DNA from "I'm On One"-era T-Minus, even breaking into a Houston-influenced sung refrain towards the end of the track.
  • Mad Flows
    Mad Flows
    Today marks the official release of The Game's Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf compilation (stream the full thing here), and yesterday we posted a track off of it featuring Blood Money signees Skeme and DUBB. Some have voiced their disappointment that the two smaller, but no less talented artists weren't given more shine on the compilation, and now here's some consolation in the form of a Skeme track that was included on the bonus edition. 
  • Food For My Stomach
    Food For My Stomach
    Tomorrow, The Game (and a long list of collaborators) will release the Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf compilation, from which we've already heard "Really," "Fuck Yo Feelings," "
  • Hit Em Hard
    Hit Em Hard
    We've received quite a few leaks from The Game's massive compilation album Year of the Wolf, and today we've received the latest one- a hard-hitting collaboration from a few hard rappers, including Bobby Shmurda, Freddie Gibbs and Skeme. Appropriately, it's called "Hit Em Hard." Skeme is one of the few artists Game recently signed to his Blood Money La Familia imprint.
  • 24 Hours (Freestyle)
    24 Hours (Freestyle)
    TeeFLii's "24 Hours" has all the ingredients for a hit. Much like "Show Me" or "2 On", it has the 90s Eurodance-channeling Mustard beat, but much like Jeremih's "Don't Tell Em", it hasn't taken off in the same way. Perhaps a co-sign like Drake's on "2 On" could propel it to Billboard status (as G-Unit's version may do the Jeremih joint), but until then it'll continue to be somewhat of a well kept secret.
  • Look What I Did
    Look What I Did
    Skeme scored a pretty big feature with last month's "No Limit", which was blessed by a verse from none other than Game. After dropping his mandatory "0 To 100" remix, the west coast rapper has returned with yet another big look, recruiting T.I. for a verse on "Look What I Did". The rappers trade verses over a triumphant, horn-led instrumental. Skeme supplies a lightly auto-tuned hook (by today's standards), which is as much shouted as it is sung, calling to mind the delivery of Lil Durk, or more recently, Wiz Khalifa's "We Dem Boyz".
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