Iamsu! Songs

  • Champion
    Champion
    To celebrate the Golden State Warriors winning the NBA Championship this year, Bay Area’s very own Kehlani, Iamsu!, G-Eazy, and Lil B decided to unite for this appropriately titled tribute track called “Champion”. Produced by HBK Gang’s own P-Lo, listen as each respective artist put on for their Bay Area and reference several players from the NBA’s best team, including the obvious Curry & Klay Thompson name drops of course. Take a listen and let us know who had the best verse?
  • Mob With The Squad
    Mob With The Squad
    With his latest single “My Jam” still fresh in rotation, Bobby Brackin is shifting his focus on to his next single. Today, the Bay Area crooner decides to give the LA Leakers the green light to premiere his newest offering “Mob With The Squad” featuring Iamsu! & John Hart.
  • The Feel
    The Feel
    Iamsu! is an established hitmaker, but too often his greatest successes find him in a supporting role, even if he's really the driving force behind the song. Being number one in assists is still a great accomplishment, but number one in scoring is generally the target, and Su's latest feels catchy enough that it could be one of his bigger records.
  • Got U
    Got U
    Everyone knows the Mustard sound. His blend of West Coast hip-hop and EDM has been irresistible for a few years now, and he's likely to provide the soundtrack for "10 Summers" to come. Last year, when we first heard Chris Brown, Tyga & Weezy on "Loyal," we figured it had to be Mustard on the beat, but it turns out, another Cali guy, Nic Nac, knows the formula to the perfect summer banger. After "Loyal," Nic Nac's gone on to produce tracks for Tinashe, Pia Mia, Kevin Gates ("IDGT"), and Breezy & Tyga again ("Ayo"). 
  • Inside Out (DJ Quik Remix)
    Inside Out (DJ Quik Remix)
    The first look at the roster on Spoon's "Inside Out" remix may first incite a "WTF" reaction, but once the confusion wears off, excitement arises. Spoon has always excelled in hooks and grooves, so we can't really think of a better person to remix them than West Coast funk-rap mastermind, DJ Quik. On top of that, Quik has assembled a perfect ensemble of talent from the region, tapping frequent collaborator and fellow OG, Kurupt (their Blaqkout album is a modern classic), the #1-in-assists Bay Area workman Iamsu!, and the could-blow-any-minute Boogie.
  • No Talking
    No Talking
    If you don't know RJ, you certainly know his collective, Pushaz Ink. The label, fronted by DJ Mustard, YG, and Ty Dolla $ign might be the best place for a West Coast rapper to be right now, and RJ is making the most of his situation, delivering the very impressive OMMIO mixtape yesterday. 
  • FTB (Remix)
    FTB (Remix)
    While friends and family all gathered in Queens, New York for Chinx' Funeral on Tuesday afternoon, West Coast spitter, Iamsu!, decided to pay his respect by liberating this new remix to his track “FTB” (Free That Bitch), featuring the late Cokeboys rapper.
  • Backflip (Remix)
    Backflip (Remix)
    Still riding the success of his smash hit “Backflip”, Casey Veggies decides to come through tonight and share yet another new remix for the fans. Following his YG & Iamsu!-assisted version, Casey calls on Wiz Khalifa and A$AP Ferg for additional verses on his latest remix.
  • All On Me
    All On Me
    Iamsu! is currently with Rome Fortune on the "Eyes On Me" tour, and he's still managing to send new tunes our way while he's on the road. Two weeks ago, he, Rome, and a few other ATL & Bay Area up-and-comers let us hear the "Eyes On Me" tour anthem, and now 'Su is back with "All On Me", bringing along fellow Bay rapper Kool John.
  • Eyes On Me
    Eyes On Me
    Iamsu! has started off 2015 in a major way. In February, he dropped off a new EP, Eyes On Me, which featured six hyphy bangers, production from DJ Mustard, and features from Tyga and Jay Ant. He's also currently on the "Eyes On Me" tour, and today, he's given us the official "Eyes On Me" theme song. Indeed, all eyes are on Iamsu!, and he's not shying away.
  • Worth It
    Worth It
    Moments ago, Tinashe came through and shook up the site with her brand new mixtape, Amethyst. While Kendrick Lamar has provided a very jazzy, intellectual backdrop for listeners today, Tinashe has that smooth, smoke-worthy music for listeners to vibe out too. Plus, it's free.
  • Hoe In You (Remix)
    Hoe In You (Remix)
    Late last year, Royce Rizzy earned a co-sign from Wiz Khalifa on his infectious record, "Hoe In You", and as the track has gained traction, a couple more artists have decided to take a crack at it. Rather than going with the increasingly thrown together style of crew tracks that are prevalent today, the remix features some well selected additions, getting experimental Atlanta rapper Curtis Williams, and proven party starter Iamsu! involved.
  • Hella Good
    Hella Good
    Next week, Iamsu! will deliver a mixtape with the 2Pac-inspired name of Eyes On Me (with a tour of the same name soon to follow), and following the release of the DJ Mustard-produced "Nothin' Less," he's linked up with Tyga for "Hella Good." It should be noted that the track bears little to no similarities with the No Doubt song of the same name.
  • Nothin' Less
    Nothin' Less
    Iamsu! just dropped off a new hyphy joint "Nothin' Less" with production from the West Coast hitmaker DJ Mustard. The song serves as the first leak off 'Su's forthcoming project Eyes On Me, which is due out on February 24th. The project will arrive in anticipation of (and in support of) Iamsu's "Eyes On Me" tour, where he'll joined by Rome Fortune. The mixtape is expected to feature some of the usual suspects, Jay Ant, Tyga, and P-Lo.
  • She Wit It
    She Wit It
    Most know Rich The Kid from his association with Migos and Quality Control. Recently, we've heard him with Migos on "Change," and he had his own cut, "What You Talmbout," off the upcoming Shmigo Gang mixtape. Now he's back with "She Wit It," and with bangers like this, he's soon to become a household name. 
  • Hot Box (Remix)
    Hot Box (Remix)
    Bobby Brackins continues to push his new single “Hot Box” with Mila J. After catching a remix from Terrace Martion and Choice back in November, Bobby decides to give the LA Leakers the go ahead to premiere another remix of the record with Iamsu! and Too Short.
  • Truffle Butter (Freestyle)
    Truffle Butter (Freestyle)
    The West Coast rapper blessed the LA Leakers with a nice freestyle over Nicki Minaj's popular "Truffle Butter" instrumental, produced by OVO-affiliate Nineteen85. The record, which samples Maya Jane Coles' "What They Say," now has a new spin on it thanks to Suzy 6speed. 
  • Pull Up (CDQ)
    Pull Up (CDQ)
    The other week LA Leakers, who are known for giving us some freestyle exclusives and doing interviews with your favorite rappers on Power 106, dropped off their debut single with "Pull Up." Turns out they can also put together a nice record, calling upon The Invasion's P-Lo for production on the West Coast crew cut.
  • Ayo (Remix)
    Ayo (Remix)
    Iamsu! continues to keep it moving. After hearing tracks like “Aiight”, “Next Season” & his feature on Ty Dolla’s “Lies & Dreams”, the HBK Gang leader has more where that comes from and drops off a new freestyle over Chris Brown & Tyga’s newest single “Ayo”.
  • Pull Up (Radio Rip)
    Pull Up (Radio Rip)
    The LA Leakers just took to the airwaves moments ago and premiered their debut single “Pull Up” featuring West Coast rappers Kid Ink, Sage The Gemini & Iamsu! Produced by HBK Gang's own P-Lo, the upbeat record is definitely one for the clubs. Highlighted by its heavy West Coast-sounding production & catchy-ass hook, this has radio play & club spins written all over it. Look for it to be available for purchase on iTunes come New Year’s Eve (Jan. 31st). Take a close listen and let us know what ya think! This a new hit or nah?
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