Uncle Murda Songs

  • Harder Than (Remix)
    Harder Than (Remix)
    Today Maino reminds us that back in October he dropped his King of Brooklyn 3 album, with a remix of "Harder Than Them." The self-proclaimed K.O.B. enlists three fellow New Yorkers (Uncle Murda, Dave East and Manolo Rose) for the "Harder Than Them (Remix)," each attempting to go harder than the rest-- more than a few rappers are mentioned in the process, including Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, Jay Z, Drake, Meek Mill, Puff, Pac and the list goes on. Do you think they really went harder than all those dudes? 
  • I Declare War
    I Declare War
    Inheritor of his father Big Pun's incredible hardbody flow, Chris Rivers continues to move towards his Medicated Consumption mixtape (due out October 21st) with a new single “I Declare War." Rivers recruits Uncla Murda to bring his patented East New York street bars, as well as Whispers to handle hook duties.
  • Money And Power
    Money And Power
    DJ Khaled has proved himself to be an unstoppable force, and this time he teams up with We The Best Music Group Ace Hood, & Mavado along with Uncle Murda for a new joint called "Money and Power."
  • Right Now
    Right Now
    Future and Metro Boomin currently have the ear of every rapper in the game, even a dyed in the wool Brooklyn rapper like Uncle Murda. Looking for a taste of that dirty sprite, Murda recruits the ATL pair for his newest track "Right Now." Murda retains his usual gravelly flow and raps as usual about some extra-hood shit, thought his words take on a different flavor when infused with Metro's groggy vapor of a beat. Those promethazine fumes are inescapable no matter where you are the rap universe. Do you want to see Murda rap on more beats like this?
  • Love My Niggas
    Love My Niggas
    After a minor setback, Maino finally released the third installment in his King Of Brooklyn mixtape series on Tuesday morning. Laced with 17 tracks, the follow up to last year’s album features guest appearances from Chinx, Vado, Uncle Murda, Kevin Gates, and many more.
  • MMM (Remix)
    MMM (Remix)
    Cassidy continues to keep the new music coming. After hitting us with the track “Lets Go Champ”, the Philly native decides to return and give his March release “MMM” the MEGA-remix treatment, recruiting Fred Money, Vado, Uncle Murda, Vado, JR Writer, Fat Trel, Dave East, Chubby Jag, Compton Menace, Red Café, Papoose, Drag-On, and Fred Da Godson.
  • Real Niggas Back (Remix)
    Real Niggas Back (Remix)
    Four months ago, Uncle Murda teamed up with Young Greatness for a pretty remarkable track called "Real Niggas Back," and today, Maino has remixed it with help from Murda. Stream it below.
  • Rap Up
    Rap Up
    Yesterday we got Skillz' edition of the hip-hop year in review, and today, Uncle Murda takes a stab at it too. The New York rapper runs through some notable rap (and non-rap) events on "Rap Up," from Instagram taking away followers and Mase proceeding to hop off the Gram, to ILoveMakonenn, to Jay Z and Solange's elevator fighting match. If you didn't feel like running through our #HOTNEW14 round up, then this song has you covered.
  • Hands Up
    Hands Up
    It looks like Uncle Murda isn’t slowing down anytime soon. Delivering his third song in as many weeks, Murda links up with Maino & Jay Watts for this new track called “Hands Up”. Following in the footsteps of many other artists (J. Cole, T.I., & Game to name a few), Murda & Maino take this opportunity to voice their opinion on what's happening in Ferguson, Missouri right now and its police injustice. The two Brooklyn rappers deliver heartfelt verses while Jay Watts handles the hook over the Reefa and 12 Keyz-produced instrumental.
  • Body Dance
    Body Dance
    Bobby Shmurda is New York's most recent breakout star, and while his "Hot Nigga" single has been inescapable since it made blog rounds earlier this summer, we haven't heard much new material from the young rapper since.
  • By Any Means (Tags)
    By Any Means (Tags)
    Uncle Murda and Jadakiss are two New York City artists who have been in this game for several years. They've collaborated in the past, and today, both go in on a track called "By Any Means." Sonically, the song is composed of an overpoweringly swaggering beat, minimal bell chimes and underlying rave synths. After Uncle Murda spits and someone else (whose identity is, at the moment, unknown) sings a hook, the beat cuts out and Jadakiss is allowed some luxurious space to get out his tight-lipped lyrics.
  • I Be About It
    I Be About It
    DJ Self moves on from his "Yeah OK" anthem, which received two different remixes (here's one and here's the other) to deliver his new single, "I Be About It." For this record, he recruits Maino, Vado, Big Bz and Uncle Murda, making it a strictly NYC affair.
  • 0 To 100 (Freestyle)
    0 To 100 (Freestyle)
    It's been a minute since Uncle Murda dropped a new track, "Got You Open", back in April. Murda is back today with his GMG team by his side, both Keyz and Chanti McCoy make an appearance on his freestyle over Drake's extremely popular instrumental "0 To 100." Uncle Murda is one of many, many rappers to toss his hat in the ring with a "0 To 100" freestyle. You can peep all the ones we've received thus far here, and let us know what you think of GMG's attempt. Feeling it?
  • Waddup
    Torch has been busy working on his new EP, Remember When, and hasn't hit us with a new track since "Milk Crates." Today the rapper remedies that, delivering a collaboration with fellow New York spitters, Maino and Uncle Murda on "Waddup." The track is available for download if you're enjoying it, and it has hard-hitting production from !llmind. It'll appear on the forthcoming EP Remember When which you should keep your eyes peeled for.
  • Got You Open
    Got You Open
     Uncle Murda has been relatively quiet since his last mixtape, Aint Nothing Sweet, was released back in February. Today, that all changes however as the New York spitta decided to release his newest offering titled “Got You Open”, which he name drops a few folks in and flips the same Barry White sample used in Black Moon's "I Got Cha Opin" remix (reason for song's title). Stream the song below, and let us know if you're feelin it. Look for more from Uncle M in the near future.
  • It's All Love
    It's All Love
    DJ Absolut who is on rotation at New York's Hot 97 unleashes something new today, which definitely has feel good vibes ready in time for the summer. Every summer Absolut gives us something new to jam too, last summer was "All We Know" with Ray J, Ace Hood, Swizz Beatz and Bow Wow. This year, Absolut keeps things in New York by recruiting NY natives Sheek Louch, Raekwon, Nathaniel for the hook, and Uncle Murda.
  • Back Block
    Back Block
    Producer Boola is getting his foot back in the game, by launching a new series aptly-titled "Produced by Boola." For the first leak in the series, Boola enlists M.O.P. and Uncle Murda for hard rhymes on "Back Block."
  • New York
    New York
    We haven't heard from Tony Yayo in a minute, but he's returned today with a brand new tribute to his hometown of New York. Yayo argues that NY is still as great as its ever been, namedropping Jay Z and 50 Cent's success. He then passes the mic to Uncle Murda and Joell Ortiz to make their case. This track will appear on his upcoming mixtape, El Chapo 3.  The song is produced by Ty Fyffe. Look out for more leaks from the project in the near future. Who has the best verse on this one?
  • Self Made
    Self Made
    Uncle Murda hasn’t been shy when it comes to giving away content lately. The New York rapper just released his new music video for "My Shoes" two days ago, as well as the single “What They Want" previous to that. Today he's decided to leak another track for the fans.
  • Hello Brooklyn
    Hello Brooklyn
    Stream Hello Brooklyn, the newest drop from Razah which features Maino, Troy Ave & Uncle Murda. The cut was released on Friday, February 7th, 2014. Things are looking better for Razah with each new release, which Hello Brooklyn has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work Razah has been developing over the years. We're looking forward to hearing what's next. If your interest is piqued, hit up Razah's profile for more info, news, songs, and mixtapes. Did you enjoy the features on this song? Thoughts?