Twista Songs

  • Comfortable (Freestyle)
    Comfortable (Freestyle)
    Twista has been dropping a new freestyle pretty much on the daily lately, and the veteran emcee has found a particular penchant for rapping over hot beats from young up-and-comers. This is Twista's fifth freestyle of the month, and we're only six days into September. His latest off-the-top comes over K Camp's "Comfortable," taken from the ATL rapper's debut album, Only Way Is Up. 
  • Japanese (Freestyle)
    Japanese (Freestyle)
    Twista has always been good at identifying new talent, showing up on bop duo Sicko Mobb's debut mixtape last year, just one of the many young Chicago acts he's co-signed. This week, the vet has been dropping freestyles on a daily basis, and his latest instrumental choice comes from yet another promising voice from his city -- Alex Wiley.Rather than just swiping the beat, Twista keeps Wiley's verse intact, giving him a proper nod. We're hoping to hear a real collaboration between the two soon, which shouldn't be too far away. Who's got th ebetter verse on this one?
  • Don't Hate Me
    Don't Hate Me
    Twista continues to keep the freestyle assault going. Returning for the tenth release in just about as many days, the Chicago legend decides to drop off his latest freestyle titled “Don’t Hate Me” featuring fellow Chicagoan KM.
  • They Luv Dat Freestyle
    They Luv Dat Freestyle
    Twista is in the midst of a historic freestyle run. Yesterday he dropped off one of his best yet, freestyling over Future's "I Can't Make This Up." Today he attempts to one up himself with another freestyle in "They Luv Dat," featuring some top notch trappy production from DJ Tight Mike. Occasionally interspersing slower rhymes amongst a flurry of his trademark rapidfire flow, The Chicago rapper lets us know the reasons females love everything he does. 
  • I Can't Make This Up (Freestyle)
    I Can't Make This Up (Freestyle)
    Twista is in the midst of an insane freestyle run, having released nearly a song a day for the past two weeks. He is the Joe DiMaggio of freestyles and has the potential to make it 56, showing no signs of slowing down. Last night he dropped another one, ripping off a couple of his trademark rapidfire verses over Future's "Can't Make This Up," which originally appeared on 2011 mixtape Streetz Calling. 
  • Higher (Freestyle)
    Higher (Freestyle)
    Twista has been on a tear lately, releasing new material on a consistent basis, and keeping up the variety in his releases. His new track, "Higher,' is no exception. Built off of a fluttering synth line, Twista applies his double time flows accordingly, while Gritz supplies an impossibly catchy hook. 
  • 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?
  • Conscious (Freestyle)
    Conscious (Freestyle)
    Twista continues to keep it moving. After hitting us with “However You Want It” the other day, the Chicago Legend decides to return today with yet another new freestyle for us titled “conscious” featuring Allie.
  • However You Want It
    However You Want It
    Twista continues to keep his freestyle assault going. Returning for the fourth track in as many days, the Chicago legend decides to come through and release this new freestyle titled “However You Want It.” Over the jazzy & classical production, Twista does what he does best, and thats show off his world record-setting rhyme scheme, while reflecting on his come up in the game and even shouting out Chance The Rapper in the process. Check it out.
  • Hard To Do You
    Hard To Do You
    Twista must be feelin' some type of way right now because for the third straight day in a row he’s dropped off a new freestyle for our listening pleasure. Yesterday, he blessed us with “Lay Up,” and now today he’s back with another one called “Hard To Do You” featuring fellow Chicago crooner Gritz.
  • Lay Up (Freestyle)
    Lay Up (Freestyle)
    Twista continues to keep it moving. After hitting us with a freestyle over Chedda Da Connect’s “100 Bandz” instrumental the other day, the Chicago legend decides to return today with another one over Future’s Beast Mode cut “Lay Up.”
  • 100 Bandz (Freestyle)
    100 Bandz (Freestyle)
    After appearing in Chisanity’s new video for “Creepin” last week, Twista decides to return to the scene today with a new freestyle over Chedda Da Connect's “100 Bandz.”
  • Aquafina
    The other day, Chicago veteran Twista announced a new collaborative EP was in the works with another set of rap game veterans, Do or Die. The trio are teaming up with Twista for Withdrawal, due out on May 19th.
  • Fergsomnia
    "Lord" was one of the highlights from A$AP Ferg's debut album, Trap Lord, pairing the New York rapper with some of his heroes -- Bone Thugz N Harmony. Ferg begins the track with his manic rap style, before handing things off to Bone Thugs, who proceed to rap as fast as humanly possible."Fergsomnia" shares a similar dynamic, but rather than a brooding instrumental, it's backed by some triumphant horn samples, and Twista steps in for the furious double time.
  • Family First
    Family First
    Chicago-via-Paris rapper/singer MJ is currently hard at work on a debut project that will include the best of both of his worlds. Entitled ChicagoParis, the album is currently without a release date, but today we get to hear the first track from the project. Entitled "Family First," the ADOTHEGOD-produced track also features fellow Chicagoans GLC and Twista.
  • Def Jam (Remix)
    Def Jam (Remix)
    Trinidad James has been surprising us all over these past few months. Since being dropped from Def Jam, he sounds rejuvenated, making bold decisions musically that may not have been possible on a major label. For his latest drop, James remixes "Def Jam," a track he released in celebration of the label earlier this year before being dropped. It's an interesting twist, that's for sure. Twista and Young Scooter attaches verses to the track as well.
  • Bounce
    Strange Music's own Rittz is prepping a new album Next To Nothing for a September 9 release. We've received plenty of leaks leading up the release, most recently we got "White Rapper" and "Turn Down." Today we're happy to premiere the next leak off the album, which teams Rittz with an appropriate rapping partner: Twista.
  • Got Away
    Got Away
    Twista just released his Dark Horse album on August 12th, and with Best Buy hosting the deluxe edition, we now have one of the bonus records from it with “Got Away”. As the title suggests, the song represents a vibe or feeling one has when they feel like they let a loved one or somebody they care about get away from them. Its acoustic guitar-led sound is handled by Oddz.N.Endz. and will serve as the second single off the album.
  • Devil's Angel
    Devil's Angel
    Twista is getting ready to drop his new album, Dark Horse on August 12th, and he's already provided a few new tracks in advance. The last leak from the project came complete with a feature from Chicago's marble-mouthed golden child Chief Keef, and was a pretty faithful take on the rapper's style of drill.
  • Friend Of Me
    Friend Of Me
    We've seen Common reach out to Chicago's younger regiment on his new album, and it seems Twista will be taking a similar approach, though working with up-and-comers from the region is far from new territory for the quick-tongued rapper.
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