Privaledge Songs

  • Get The Money
    Get The Money
    Its been a minute since Privaledge last impacted out front page, but tonight’ he’s doing do with this brand new track called “Get The Money”.
  • See Us
    See Us
    If you're still blind to the heat that Laso has been steadily putting out over the past several years, consider this new one a wake up call. Featuring a verse from Privaledge and production from Dizzee, "See Us" serves as the second collaboration between these two fast-rising emcees to hit our pages this year. The previous track, "Already," was released in August and met with considerable acclaim from our readers. The question now is whether or not "See Us" tops the first song.
  • One
    Privaledge takes on J Dilla's acclaimed "Stop" instrumental (also used on Usher's "Throwback" from Confessions) for "One."  The last time we heard from Privaledge was on "Pillow Talkin'." Compared to that street single, this one is much smoother--less intended for the whip and more so for the headphones. It emphasizes Priv's versatility as an artist.
  • Pillow Talkin'
    Pillow Talkin'
    Earlier this week, we had the pleasure of featuring the video for "Pillow Talkin," the latest single from Privaledge, on our front page. Reception for the track was so positive, we've decided to bring it back as a music feature for readers who may have missed out. A warning for those who run their mouths a bit too much when getting comfortable with their significant other, "Pillow Talkin" features production and lyrics from J Oliver. Our headliner, meanwhile, continues to impress lyrically.
  • DWBI
    Privaledge returns to HNHH with a synth-heavy new single that's sure to win the emcee some news fans. Titled "DWBI," the Chris Cutter-produced track is the latest from Priv's upcoming Joe World 2. Previous drops include "On That Good" and "Put You On," both of which received general acclaim from our readership.
  • On That Good
    On That Good
    Just about three weeks ago, Privaledge shared "Put You On," the first track we've heard from his upcoming "Mixtape/Album" Joe World 2, and today he's hit us with another. "On That Good" was produced by J. Oliver, who's previously worked with Meek Mill, French Montana and Trae Tha Truth.  "On That Good" pairs Privaledge with a ghostly instrumental, atmospheric in character except for its propulsive beat. He slays the track, switching up his flow a number of times to keep "On That Good" very fresh. 
  • Already
    Laso continues to flood the interwebs with new music.
  • Put You On
    Put You On
    Privaledge continues to feed the streets. After hearing his track “No More” a couple weeks ago, the Philly rapper returns to drop off his newest single titled "Put You On", featuring The Crushboys. Produced by Toronto's own JazzFeezy and Steve Samson (who’ve worked closely with OVO's hit producer Boi1da), Privaledge shows off his lyrical ability and delivers some dope bars over this infectious beat. I’m vibin with this fam. Suggest you do the same.
  • No More
    No More
    "No More (Baby I'ma Do Right)" was the debut single from R&B trio 3LW. It's hard to believe the song came out close to 15 years ago, and today, Privaledge brings us back by sampling the track and paying tribute. "No More" finds the Philly rapper addressing a girl he's done wrong, offering to work things out. His effortless flows work well with the nostalgic guitar-led R&B instrumental.
  • Share
    Stream and/or download "Share," the latest offering from Philadelphia emcee Privaledge, produced by YBL's Herb Beats. It samples Jay Z, Kanye West and Beyonce's Watch The Throne collaboration "Lift Off," produced by Don Jazzy, Jeff Bhasker, Mike Dean and Yeezus himself. Thoughts on the record?
  • Bitches In The Lobby
    Bitches In The Lobby
    "Bitches In The Lobby" is the latest offering from Philadelphia representative Privaledge, produced by L Wells and Herb Beats. According to Priv himself, it's "an exclusive for the fans only," and finds him renouncing his status as a rapper for that of a hustler in a fresh-ass hat and shoes. Can you relate?
  • Bae From The Bay
    Bae From The Bay
    "Bae From The Bay" is a new iTunes release from Philadelphia spitter Privaledge, the production having been handled by Herb Beatz. As for the track's subject matter and tone, the title says it all.  Hit the iTunes link to the bottom left to cop it, and let us know what you think either way, folks.
  • Had To Go Off
    Had To Go Off
    Stream and/or download "Had To Go Off", the first single from Philly emcee Privaledge's upcoming IGNANT mixtape, soundtracked by New Jersey producer 2DZ, who's one of Soulja Boy's closer collaborators. The track, like the entire tape, is brought to you by DJ Skee and DJ Base. Expect to hear it on Sirius Radio next week. 
  • Draft Day (Freestyle)
    Draft Day (Freestyle)
    Privaledge is the latest emcee to put his spin on Drake and Boi1da's new track "Draft Day". Listen to the original here and let us know how they compare.
  • Uh Oh (Remix)
    Uh Oh (Remix)
    Privaledge adds a verse to emerging Dallas, Texas emcee Fat Pimp's recent single "Uh Oh", produced by JWhite. Stream and/or download it to the left, listen to the original below and let us know how they compare.
  • Be Great
    Be Great
    Privaledge caps off the work week with "Be Great", an inspirational new record soundtracked by KE. Stream and / or download it to the left.  
  • Trusinese Hoes (Holup)
    Trusinese Hoes (Holup)
    "Trusinese Hoes (Holup)" is the latest offering from emerging Philadelphia emcee Privaledge, not to be included on his upcoming #BorrowDatBeat EP, which you can expect on Friday. Priv is hoping to release an official DJ-Skee-hosted mixtape before March. Stay tuned for that, and cop his latest EP #SaySomethingImGood2 here. Quotable Lyrics
  • Whole Life
    Whole Life
    "Whole Life" is the latest offering from Oklahoma City Thunder star forward Kevin Durant, featuring OKC natives Privaledge and Josh Sallee with production from CL McCoy.  Can you dig it?  Quotable Lyrics "A young boy know the game, and it's all for pimpin' / Any bad chick that's around, she gon' fit the description / A 6'11" with a skinny frame / Killer game - first case of women, I ain't been the same." -Kevin Durant
  • Bought It
    Bought It
    "Bought It" is a new leak from Philadelphia emcee Privaledge's upcoming #SaySomethinImGood2 EP, produced by Legendary. We'll be dropping the project on Sunday.  Stay tuned, and cop the original Say Something I'm Good here. Quotable Lyrics
  • Smoke Suntin'
    Smoke Suntin'
    Privaledge's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Smoke Suntin' (Prod. By JP & Herb Beats). His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?