Berner Songs

  • Dope Spot
    Dope Spot
    Of all of the rappers who could team up for a joint project, Cam'ron and Berner might be one of the last possibilities we'd expect, but with the announcement of their Contraband EP, it's officially a reality. Their new record "Dope Spot" has some pretty enviable guest appearances with both Berner's Taylor Gang pal Wiz Khalifa and Memphis MVP Young Dolph coming along for the ride.
  • Why Wait
    Why Wait
    The joint projects keep coming, and the latest is from Taylor Gang's Berner and Dipset vet Cam'Ron. The unexpected duo just announced they will release a joint EP, Contraband, on November 10, and they've given fans the first track off the project, "Why Wait," a stacked collab that also features Wiz Khalifa and 2 Chainz. 
  • Wake And Bake
    Wake And Bake
    Stoners rejoice -- the multitalented Collie Buddz has recruited Iamsu and Berner to pay homage the timeless classic that is the wake and bake.
  • Foreign
    Staying true to his word, Taylor Gang’s Berner decides to come through tonight and share a new track called “Foreign,” featuring Sage The Gemini, Keak Da Sneak, & Snow Tha Product.
  • Murda Murda
    Murda Murda
    After hitting us with his Prohibition 2 project with B-Real a couple months back, Taylor Gang’s Berner has been relatively quiet when it comes to new music. Looking to change all that tonight, the T.G.O.D. weed enthusiast decides to come through tonight and liberate a new track called “Murda Murda” featuring Paul Wall & Demrick.
  • Whole Thang
    Whole Thang
    Since Bay Area stalwart The Jacka was murdered in February, we haven't heard much posthumous material leak out, save for a guest verse on a Rico Rossi song we premiered. As it turns out though, he was working on a joint tape with Taylor Gang's Berner, and today we get to hear the first track from it.
  • Street Money (Freestyle)
    Street Money (Freestyle)
    Along with Ty Dolla $ign, Berner is helping hold down Taylor Gang on the West Coast. He recently dropped Prohibition 2, an eight-track EP with B-Real of Cypress Hill, and, now, the Bay Area rapper has decided to give us a new freestyle over Nicki Minaj's "Truffle Butter," which he's renamed "Street Money." 
  • Ain't Nothin
    Ain't Nothin
    Back in October, noted marijuana enthusiasts Berner and B-Real linked up for a tape called Prohibition, and on Monday (4/20), they'll be releasing a sequel. Today, we've got the first cut from it, a track called "Ain't Nothin" that also features Cam'ron. 
  • Mr. Me Too
    Mr. Me Too
    Sage The Gemini has been relatively quiet when it comes to releasing new music lately, but that all changes today. Calling on Berner, Symba, and Project Poppa for some assistance, Sage decides to come through and treat fans to a new track called “Mr. Me Too”.
  • Blowing Money Fast
    Blowing Money Fast
    After hitting us with "N Doe Smoke" a couple weeks ago, Scoop Deville and Demrick are back again with another new track for us today called “Blowing Money Fast”, featuring B-Real and Berner.
  • Still I Ride
    Still I Ride
    Bay Area rapper Berner just released his 20 Lights EP, which you can stream here. One of the EP's highlights was "Cry," which featured Curren$y and The Jacka. This past Monday, we heard the devastating news that The Jacka, undisputed Bay Area legend, was murdered in Oakland. Berner and Jacka had collaborated a few times, and their relationship was deeper than music.
  • Cry
    After the resident Taylor Gang weed connoisseur hit us with a freestyle of Jeezy and Jay Z's Cardo-produced "Seen It All," the rapper returns today with some '80s-inspired original content.
  • Sell It All (Freestyle)
    Sell It All (Freestyle)
    Berner is quietly one of the most productive members of the Taylor Gang crew. Over the last couple of months he's delivered some solid records with "Thru", "20 Joints", and most recently "Mess".
  • Mess
    Berner's really been dropping some heaters (pun intended) lately. After following up the dope, breezy "20 Joints" with the equally dope and breezy "Thru," the Taylor Gang member comes back with "Mess" today.
  • Thru
    The last time Taylor Gang's Berner came through with a new track, y'all seemed to love it. "20 Joints" was met by a 92% user rating, and now the Bay Area rapper comes through with a new one entitled "Thru."
  • Strong
    Berner & B-Real have teamed up for Prohibition, a seven-track project (available for download here) tailor-made for ganja smokers all over the world. The whole tape is pretty excellent, but "Strong" may just be the aptly-titled highlight. Featuring a Kush & OJ-esque verse from Wiz Khalifa that'll have you reminiscing on the old days, and smooth production from Cozmo, this one rides in the whip, the home, and the headphones.
  • 20 Joints
    20 Joints
    Taylor Gang's Berner -- who goes by Drugstore Cowboy on Twitter -- is very fond of weed. But y'all knew that. His new track, titled "20 Joints," is enough to make even the most unlikely stoners consider lighting up. 
  • Bitch I Look Good (Remix)
    Bitch I Look Good (Remix)
    HBK Gang's Kool John has a personal brand of loopy, weed-addled rapping that must have struck a chord with Taylor Gang's Berner, as he's just remixed John's "Bitch I Look Good." Adding a verse to the bouncy, braggadocious cut (produced by HBK Gang's P Lo), Berner uses a heavy-lidded flow to diss Mervyn's shoppers, ask fans to take pics with him and explains how he murks pussies. It's a fun track that will no doubt fit in well with the currently Mustard-y climate of Cali's hip-hop radio.
  • Everything, Everything
    Everything, Everything
    Wiz Khalifa decides to unleash a loose crew cut today connecting his TGOD gang with the HBK gang helmed by Iamsu! Production comes from Sledgren and RMBjustize, who incorporated a smooth sample from Ice Cube's "It Was A Good Day", making this song the perfect way to kick off your weekend. 
  • Check Talk
    Check Talk
    While out on the Under The Influence tour, Taylor Gang’s Berner and CTE’s Slicc Pulla linked up to record this new collaboration called “Check Talk”.