Boi-1da Songs

  • Love For You
    Love For You
    Joe Budden has been dropping steady heat ahead of All Love Lost, and now that the full stream is at our disposal, it is clear that he was sure to keep some of the album's best tracks under wraps. One such song is Boi-1da-produced "Love For You," the song's final track.
  • Juice
    Since we discovered Devontée with his track "Let It Go" last September, the Toronto native's kept us on the edge of our seats by continuing to up his craft with each ensuing release. His latest, "Juice," is no exception to this rule. Today, we've got the pleasure of premiering it.
  • Like Me
    Like Me
    On "Like Me", Lil Durk brings along fellow Chi-man Jeremih for a track that's too hard for R&B, too sexy for rap. In the end, who really cares? Chicago is brimming with young talent, but for the lead single to Durk's major label debut with Def Jam, he calls upon one of the most seasoned hook-men in the game; though, mind you, Jeremih is only 27, and few younger than him have comparable chops (or libidos). 
  • The Blacker The Berry
    The Blacker The Berry
    While everyone else is still obsessing over last night's Grammy Awards, Kendrick Lamar decides it's the perfect time to drop a new record off his highly anticipated untitled album. "The Blacker The Berry" has K. Dot delivering aggressive and hungry bars over dark production from OVO's go-to Boi-1da (additional production comes from Terrace Martin).
  • Two 9 - Check At
    Two 9 - Check At
    Following the mayhem year-end lists comes the predictions for the new year. Rather than running another "artists to watch for" list, LA Leakers have provided a mix of some exclusive material from some of their favorite up-and-comers. One of the highlights comes from Atlanta's Two-9, and Atlanta collective that features Curtis Williams as well as two duos, FatKidsBrotha (Johnny & Dave) and Retro Su$h! (CEEJ & Jace).
  • Psychopath Killer
    Psychopath Killer
    As we all await Eminem and Shady Records' Shady XV compilation, the label has dropped off another new track from it. "Psychopath Killer" features Em, Yelawolf and Slaughterhouse, and was produced by the insanely talented team of Just Blaze, Boi-1da & The Maven Boys. 
  • How Bout Now
    How Bout Now
    Last but not least, we get the official version of "How Bout Now", a record that leaked about a week back. This is the third of three records Drizzy shared on his soundcloud today, following "6 God" and "Heat Of The Moment".
  • Cold Sweat
    Cold Sweat
    Tinashe impressed us with her debut album Aquarius, and now that the album is in stores, one of the producers on "Cold Sweat" has let the song on Soundcloud. Sango has always been a personal favorite, first starting out with his dope remixes of The Weeknd, and now he's progressed to doing production for top-notch artists (but he still does his remix thing too).
  • Married To The Game
    Married To The Game
    Just a few minutes ago, we posted a track from The Game's upcoming Blood Money compilation Year Of The Wolf, and now yet another has surfaced. On the heels of the Lil Wayne and Chris brown-assisted "Fuck Yo Feelings" comes "Married To The Game," which features Game, French Montana, Sam Hook and DUBB.
  • Realest In The City
    Realest In The City
    Last week, we were very pleased to premiere P Reign's dope Dear America tape, and tomorrow, the T Dot rapper will release a five track EP of the same name on iTunes. Included on there will be "Realest In The City," a track produced by Boi-1da and The Maven Boys and featuring Meek Mill and fellow OVO affiliate PARTYNEXTDOOR.
  • The Come Up
    The Come Up
    Bizzy Crook got a big look this year when Kid Ink and King Los took him along on the "My Own Lane" tour, and now he's ready to detail "The Come Up" on a new track. A Boi-1da beat should be enough to convince you to bump this one. 
  • Believe Me
    Believe Me
    Well here ya go fam! Lil Wayne has went ahead and debuted the first single off Carter V with "Believe Me", featuring Drake.  Tackling the dope production from Vinylz & Boi-1da, Weezy & Drake celebrate the success of their squad and let everyone know who's still on top. Drizzy even pledges his loyalty to Tunechi and issues a warning to anyone who has a problem with YMCMB. Drizzy raps, “That’s the man that put me in this shit / If a nigga fuck wit’ ‘em I put ‘em down quick / Got a verse for anybody who wanna talk about the clique.”
  • Money Don't Change
    Money Don't Change
    Here goes some more new music from Tiara Thomas. Last week, the Division 1 R&B artist decided to remix Justin Bieber's Journals cut "All That Matters, to create her own version "You Do". Well today, Tiara is back with a hot new Boi-1da produced track titled “Money Don’t Change”, where she raps about fake friends, and reaping the benefits from her recent success. The production from Boi-1da is on point here. Check it out for yourself, and let us know your thoughts.
  • Chi-Raq
    Well here’s an unexpected surprise! Nicki Minaj decides to show some love to the Windy City and release this hard-ass record titled “Chi-Raq”, featuring Chi-town's own rising artist Lil Herb. After showcasing her impressive rap skills on the track “Lookin' Ass Nigga”, Nicki is back again with some serious heat as she trades bars with Lil Herb, aka G-Herb, over this hard-hittin' production from Boi-1da, Vinyls, and Allen Ritter. This is super mean y'all. Check it out for yourself.
  • Draft Day
    Draft Day
    This aint no April Fools joke here fam. While most of us are aware of Johnny Manziel and Drake's close friendship, we didn't see this coming. After Johnny held his Pro day on Tuesday, Drizzy decided to help raise the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner's stock and drop this new Boi-1da produced cut titled “Draft Day”. Drizzy decides to sample Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop (That Thing)” with some knockin’ drums and hard raps as usual. He even drops Chance The Rapper's name in his verse as well. Another Drake win right here. Give it a listen and download now! Thoughts?
  • Bullets
    Skeme dropped his new album Ingleworld this past December, and while we posted the leaks along the way, this particular cut off the album is a stand-out. In conjunction with our Track Breakdown for "Bullets" we're also providing the track itself. If you've yet to cop Ingleworld, hit the iTunes button.
  • You Know
    You Know
    Fabolous dropped his Soul Tape 3 mixtape on Christmas, which had its share of highlights, this collab with Jeezy being one of them.Keeping with the formula, Vinylz and Boi-1da turn in a soul-sampling beat, but of course it knocks a little harder than most. How do y'all feel about this collabo? And how does this compare to Fabolous's previous work?
  • Ride Wit Me
    Ride Wit Me
    Trae Tha Truth's future brightens with every new release, and Ride Wit Me (Prod. By Boi-1da) certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Trae Tha Truth has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more.
  • Vulnerable
    Listen to Vulnerable (Prod. By Boi-1da & Vinylz), the new track by Tinashe featuring Travi$ Scott which was dropped on Wednesday, November 20th, 2013. Tinashe's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Vulnerable (Prod. By Boi-1da & Vinylz) will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since Tinashe debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
  • Real Boyz
    Real Boyz
    Give Real Boyz (Prod. By Boi-1da & RR OVO) a spin - it's a new offering from Riff Raff, featuring Cap 1 & OJ Da Juiceman. It was dropped on Monday, November 11th, 2013. Riff Raff's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Real Boyz (Prod. By Boi-1da & RR OVO). His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?