Vado Songs

  • Deep Cover (Freestyle)
    Deep Cover (Freestyle)
    To pay tribute to the late Chinx Drugz, DJ Bobby Trends decides to come through and liberate this unreleased freestyle from the Coke Boy member titled “Deep Cover” featuring Harlem’s Vado.
  • I Declare War
    I Declare War
    DJ Kay Slay is known to hold it down for New York, and his latest record is no exception. The DJ has recruited a multi-generational who's who of the big city's emcees, tapping Styles P and Sheek Louch of the LOX, Raekwon of The Wu-Tang Clan, Roc-A-Fella OG Rell, and newer Harlem voice Vado for the cut.
  • Shoot 4 U
    Shoot 4 U
    Vado was one of the late arrivals to the Valentine's Day drop, coming through in the evening, but rather than just sharing a track, he decided to drop vol. 2 of his V-Day mixtape, which impacted two years ago. Apparently, Vado wasn't into sharing the love last Valentine's, but we're happy to have him back, with 8 brand new tracks.
  • Told Ya
    Told Ya
    On Valentine's Day, Vado will be dropping off a new EP, and just now, he shared the first track from it. Chinx is featured, and it was produced by Dolla Bill Kidz.  Fittingly, the song is about a specific woman in Vado's life, who by the sound of things is quite a boss. Chinx is only here to supply the hook, but he does so very capably, lending a lovelorn air to the song.  Quotable Lyrics
  • Told Ya
    Told Ya
    Vado and Chinx have become pretty regular collaborators, and after giving us "Doin' My Thing" a few months back, they're back together today with Vado's new leak "Told Ya". Chinx emulates French Montana on the hook, while Vado schools us on a few things. The New York staple is currently prepping an EP, and in Vado tradition, it'll be impacting in time for Valentine's Day. Actually it'll be dropping on the 14th exactly.
  • Doin My Thing
    Doin My Thing
    Vado and Chinx are two rappers currently making waves in New York, Vado as a part of DJ Khaled's We The Best collective, and Chinx as the second-in-line for French Montana's Coke Boys crew. The two have come together for a new record that isn't exactly the pure New York record you might expect, which makes it all the more interesting.
  • Best Of The Best (Remix)
    Best Of The Best (Remix)
    Havoc just dropped off his new album 13 Reloaded earlier this week, and we were able to provide you with an exclusive album stream a day before it hit the web. The stream is still live if you want to check it out before copping it on iTunes. With the entire production handled by the 1/2 of Mobb Deep, you can guarantee you're in for some nice, NY beats. 
  • I Know
    I Know
    We The Best's own Vado has been keeping the streets fed with various remixes these past few months, but tonight he’s changing it up and hitting us with an all new original cut called “I Know”. Produced by Dolla Bill Kidz, the track will presumably live on Vado’s next project, which is still untitled, but on the way. The release comes a few weeks after hearing Vado’s latest remix to Dej Loaf’s buzzing single “Try Me”.
  • American Dream
    American Dream
    NYC native Boogz Boogetz will release his C.O.O.L. 2 mixtape shortly, and today he's back with another leak for us. Following the release of “Overdose” & “Feel Right”, Boogz comes through and delivers his newest offering titled “American Dream” featuring Vado.
  • Walk In New York
    Walk In New York
    Grafh just dropped off a new collaboration with fellow New Yorkers Raekwon and Vado, for the aptly titled "Walk In New York." The three MCs wanted to recreate the classic New York feel by remaking the Onyx track, with production from DJ Ted Smooth. The dark, gritty record complete with scratches definitely emulates the sound of New York past. "Pure hip-hop at its finest," Grafh says of the track. Do you agree?
  • Try Me (Freestyle)
    Try Me (Freestyle)
    Dej Loaf’s “Try Me” continues to be the record of choice for artists to hop on lately. After hearing remixes from Wiz, E-40, and Lil Durk to name only a few, We The Best’s own Vado is next up to tackle the buzzing single. Adding some Harlem flavor to the track, Vado shows off his lyrical ability with this one and delivers some impressive bars and slick rhymes. It acts as a follow up to his recent freestyle over Jeezy’s “Seen It All” record, which dropped a couple weeks back. Check out the new freestyle and let us know how it compare to other remixes?
  • Seen It All (Freestyle)
    Seen It All (Freestyle)
    Vado continues to feed the streets with new content. After hearing his freestyle over Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Nigga” a few weeks back, the NYC rapper returns today to tackle Jeezy’s title record “Seen It All” featuring a guest verse from Brooklyn up and comer Big B’z.
  • Do Your Thing
    Do Your Thing
    Vado and Troy Ave have quite a bit in common. While Vado has been on the scene a little longer, both artists share purist ideals for New York hip hop. Today, they've teamed up on the high-BPM banger, "Do Your Thing".Both Troy and Vado contribute to the rapped hook, as well as verses, with Vado going for a swift double time, while Ave takes a more straight ahead mean-mugged delivery.
  • Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
    With the rate that NY MCs are dropping freestyles over Bobby Shmurda's "Hot Nigga," any concerns about him not being "New York" enough to succeed in the city are seemingly evaporating into thin air. So far we've heard French Montana, Dyemond Lewis and Troy Ave all release versions, and now Vado and Bubz add theirs to the heap.
  • 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.
  • You Already
    You Already
    We The Best’s own Vado has been feeding the streets lately with a slew of new freestyles, but tonight he decided to change things up and give Funk Flex the green light to premiere an all new original cut titled “You Already” featuring Chinx, 2 Chainz, and Ace Hood.
  • 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.
  • Song Cry
    Song Cry
    Vado has been heavy on a remix tip as of late, hopping on several buzzing records, among them, Drake's  "0 To 100," Mila J's "Smoke, Drink, Break-Up," and Lil Wayne's "Believe Me."
  • Now On
    Now On
    Most recently, Ransom has been focusing on his freestyles, sharing his takes on "0 To 100" and "They Talked About Jesus" in the past few weeks. But he's now gearing up for the release of a mixtape called Presidential Vol. 1, and shared the project's first track, "Now On." Featuring the talents of Vado and Chinx, as well as Street Runner on the beat, "Now On" is great first look from the tape. A real street track with some very minimal trap flavorings, it's got dope verses from all three MCs who seem to have great chemistry.
  • Good Kisser (Ted Smooth Remix)
    Good Kisser (Ted Smooth Remix)
    Ted Smooth is consistently dropping remixes, and he generally makes a point of getting New York rappers to hop on his reworks. Recently, we've seen him work with The LOX on Chris Brown's "Loyal",  Troy Ave on Mack Wilds' "Henny", and  Maino on Trey Songz' "Na Na". Today, he takes on the popular remix track, "Good Kisser" by Usher, but rather than just tacking a verse onto the song, he redoes the entire instrumental, sampling Run DMC's "Peter Piper".
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