Emilio Rojas Songs

  • Strait Outta Uptown
    Strait Outta Uptown
    In honor of "Straight Outta Compton" and Dr. Dre's soundtrack coming out this week, Emilio Rojas lets us bear witness to the strength of street knowledge, spitting a freestyle over classic N.W.A. beats "Straight Outta Compton" and "Express Yourself." Breaking up a freestyle over two beats allows Rojas to show off his catalogue of flows and technical dexterity. He even drops a Meek Mill v. Drake "petty beef" reference for good measure.
  • No Good
    No Good
    Emilio Rojas is preparing to drop a new album, L.I.F.E., on Friday July 10th. With that date just a few days away now, Emilio hit us up to drop one last leak off the album, the lady's anthem "No Good," featuring frequent collaborator/singer Emanny. This follows up the Hi-Rez-featured "All I Know" from a week back.
  • All I Know
    All I Know
    On July 10th, Emilio Rojas will be releasing his album L.I.F.E., and after sharing the Mark Battles-assisted "On Top," he's ready to give us one more before the project's out. This one's called "All I Know," features Hi-Rez and was produced by DJ Pain.
  • On Top
    On Top
    Emilio Rojas has a brand new project on the way, and today he's shared a brand new record from the forthcoming effort. "On Top" is a celebratory anthem, featuring a massive bassline, some skittering keys, and some heavily filtered chopped-and-screwed vocals in its hook that would make Kanye proud.
  • Latino Pt. 2
    Latino Pt. 2
    Earlier this week, Joell Ortiz and !llmind announced that they'd be linking up for a joint project called Human, which will be out on July 17th. Here's the first track we've heard from it, a posse cut called "Latino Pt. 2" that features Bodega Bamz, Emilio Rojas and Chris Rivers.
  • Mind Playing Tricks On Me (Freestyle)
    Mind Playing Tricks On Me (Freestyle)
    Over the last few months, we've seen less and less freestyles over the same trendy instrumentals. This time last year, there were waves of "No Flex Zone," "Chi-Raq," and "Hot Nigga" freestyles pouring in every day, but somehow, we haven't seen close to that amount for this years hits. This partially do to the fact that many rappers are choosing to go backwards when it comes to freestyle material, and Emilio Rojas is the latest to do such.
  • Imagine That
    Imagine That
    New York's Emilio Rojas is currently prepping an album by the name of L.I.F.E. and today, he gives us a taste via a new track. This one's called "Imagine That," features DeVo D., and references Nas and Lauryn Hill's "If I Ruled The World." Here's what Emilio has to say about the track:
  • Fire Squad (Freestyle)
    Fire Squad (Freestyle)
    Emilio Rojas just popped up on Pries' "dope new track "The Don," and now he's back with a slick freestyle. It's over J. Cole's 2014 Forest hills Drive highlight "Fire Squad."  Rojas kicks things off with some nicely-sung vocals before letting his verses ring out on the lengthy cut.  Quotable Lyrics
  • The Don
    The Don
    On Sunday, Pries will be releasing his (possibly L. Frank Baum-inspired?) mixtape American Fairytale, and after hitting us with "Waves" and "Fuck You And Your Bitch" back in December, is ready to give us one last leak from the project.
  • Cypher
    Mark Battles has been busy prepping a new album Lost In Reality, with frequent collaborators Dizzy Wright and Euroz. The album will be released under his Fly America imprint, which includes Derek Luh who will also pop up frequently through out the new collaborative album. To kick off promotion for the new album, which hits iTunes tomorrow, Mark has sent over a new cypher he did with his posse and a few extra features from Emilio Rojas, Cory Gunz, Derek Luh and Chris Webby. 
  • Nada
    Emilio Rojas is never not working. The rapper always has some sort of project or another in the works, and today, as he prepares to release yet another project, Emilio delivers "Nada" featuring Joell Ortiz.
  • The Break Up (Friends Turn To Enemies)
    The Break Up (Friends Turn To Enemies)
    Uptown spitter Emilo Rojas is currently prepping an EP entitled Life Got In The Way, which is scheduled to arrive in March, but before he begins dropping tracks from that release, he's opted to give us one that won't appear on the project. "The Break Up (Friends Turn To Enemies)" was produced by !llmind and Frank Dukes.
  • A-Rod
    It's been a little over a year now since Ca$his left Shady Records and we haven't heard from him in a while. Today, that's changed. Ca$his came out with a new track produced by Rikanatti and Lil Lyss featuring Emilio Rojas called "A-Rod." The Chitown native goes hard on this track, which falls somewhere between street rap and party anthem. It's a catchy track with a danceworthy hook and braggadocio lyrics. 
  • Stay With Me (Freestyle)
    Stay With Me (Freestyle)
    Emilio Rojas continues to flood the internet with new material. This one comes alongside another freestyle he did over OG Maco's "U Guessed It." Significantly more mellow than its companion piece, "Stay With Me" finds Emilio admitting his faults in the hopes of winning back the woman he loves. It's a vulnerable track that showcases his versatility as a lyricist.
  • U Guessed It (Freestyle)
    U Guessed It (Freestyle)
    Emilio Rojas has been on a freestyle run lately, hopping on beats that are popping off. So it was only a matter of time that he took on OG Maco's "U Guessed It" minimalistic instrumental (or rather, a version of it he got off YouTube). This one comes along with another freestyle he did for "Stay With Me." Plus, the rapper teases that he's got a new EP in the works, so stay tuned for details on that.
  • Hell On Earth (Hoodie Season) (Freestyle)
    Hell On Earth (Hoodie Season) (Freestyle)
    A few minutes ago, we posted Emilio Rojas' take on DeJ Loaf's breakout hit "Try Me," and now the NY rapper returns with another fresh track of bars. This time, he takes things away from the zeitgeist and back to the '90s, going in over Mobb Deep's "Hell On Earth."  Again adorned with artwork of Will Ferrell in "Night At The Roxbury" and again containing a sample of audio from the same flick, this "Hell On Earth" freestyle finds Rojas in real-talk mode, rapping about conspiracies like "the FDA killed more than the NRA."
  • Try Me (Freestyle)
    Try Me (Freestyle)
    Time to tally up another freestyle under "Try Me"'s quickly-building list of other rappers' versions, this time from Emilio Rojas. The NY spitter steps up to the plate to tackle DeJ Loaf's breakout hit, and turns in a two minute take on the Detroit street anthem.  With cover artwork that features Will Ferrell, Rojas' take also samples audio from the actor before the MC launches into one long verse. He name checks Dunkin' Donuts, his recent BET cypher and a girl who doesn't speak any English (multiple times for that last one), and ends up sounding dope over the DDS instrumental.
  • Want Everything
    Want Everything
    Since releasing his last tape, Never Content, DUBB has seen some improved circumstances, signing with Game's Blood Money imprint, and now he's released a track that seems like a fitting response to his rising stock in the rap game. "Want Everything" has him sounding hungry as ever, but it also looks back on how far he's come. Dave East and Emilio Rojas join him for the HeatMakerz-produced track.
  • Go Hard
    Go Hard
    Though G. Montana is not someone we've featured on HNHH before, his new track "Go Hard" is strong enough to almost guarantee him some more shine from us. Featuring Scotty ATL and Emilio Rojas, the song features artwork Lebron James dunking over Jason Terry. All three MCs act as King James on this track, dunking on the competition with their skillful bars and an earworming hook. The song's beat was co-produced by Supabeatz and Ayden Melatti, and it's an echoey, midtempo banger.
  • Lonely (Freestyle)
    Lonely (Freestyle)
    Emilio Rojas recently released his tape Zero Fucks Given, which had a pretty stellar guest list featuring N.O.R.E., Joe Budden, Bodega Bamz, Gene Noble and DUBB. Now Rojas has returned with "Lonely," a melancholic freestyle over Future and Kanye West's giddy trophy wife ode "I Won."