R-Mean Songs

The Way I Am (Freestyle)
The Way I Am (Freestyle)
R-Mean
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This morning, R-Mean released Nas & Em, a tribute mixtape to his two favorite rappers. "The Way I Am," a freestyle over  Eminem's 2000 single of the same name, is one of the tape's most memorable moments. R-Mean is a pharmacist by day, rapper by night, and a the song is an affirmation of his commitment to his side hustle. It's not hard to imagine him scribbling these bars at his table well into the wee hours of the morning.
Letter To The King
Letter To The King
R-Mean
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R-Mean continues to roll out new music ahead of Monday’s release of his Nas & Em project.
Underrated
Underrated
R-Mean
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R-Mean is getting ready to drop his Nas & Em project, which will find him rapping over instrumentals from the two legendary rappers. Today, he's going in over two tracks from Dr. Dre, both of which had a memorable Eminem feature. The rapper muses about being underrated on the first beat, as he looks around at the "rookies" in the game that he feels he's superior to. 
Made Ya Look (Remix)
Made Ya Look (Remix)
R-Mean
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Nas' early material may be regarded as his most classic, but "Made Ya Look," his single from God's Son, is easily one of his most exhilerating singles. R-Mean, who's getting ready to release a new project that pays tribute to both Nas and Eminem, has selected the track as the first taste of his project. Though a West Coaster, R-Mean adopts a gritty New York flow for the occasion, and he pulls it off convincingly. The project is set to be titled Nas & Em, and will likely feature more instrumentals from both artists.
Stay Blessed (RIP Jack)
Stay Blessed (RIP Jack)
R-Mean
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L.A. rapper R-Mean has dropped off a new track in honor of his late friend Jack Chuldzhyan, who passed away one year ago. "Stay Blessed" is a stirring tribute to a man who had been one of Mean's most loyal supporters. Mean raps about the pain he felt (and still feels) in the wake of Jack's untimely death, and he also reflects on the good times they shared together. On the chorus, Mean tries out his singing skills and sends a freshly rolled blunt and a cup full of something potent to his fallen brother. 
Cream (Wu-Tang Salute)
Cream (Wu-Tang Salute)
R-Mean
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One month after dropping the PREAM mixtape, R-Mean decides to come through and pay homage to the Wu Tang Clan (for using their title) by dropping off a new freestyle over various beats from the legendary NYC group.
Let's Make Up
Let's Make Up
R-Mean Feat. Marka & Jason French
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R-Mean is dropping his P.R.E.A.M. EP on Valentine's Day, and today he's shared a new record from the project called "Let's Make Up". As seems to be the theme surrounding the upcoming effort, this one focuses on relationships, with R-Mean reflecting on past conflicts with a lover, and more importantly, the make-up sex that follows.
Basic Bitches
Basic Bitches
R-Mean
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R-Mean just released a track from his upcoming P.R.E.A.M. project last week, but he wants to keep it pushing with the premiere of “Basic Bitches.” On the track, R-Mean spits knowledge on basic bitch behavior, and why basic bitches “end up being side chicks.” He also thinks what most people consider a “bad bitch” is really a basic bitch. Canadian producer Special K put together the smooth beat, using an old school sample and some boom bap drums.
P.R.E.A.M.
P.R.E.A.M.
R-Mean
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Looking to build off the momentum generated from this summer’s 7 Deadly Sins mixtape, American-Armenian rapper, R-Mean, is now getting ready to release his follow up project called P.R.E.A.M., which is an acronym for “pussy rules everything around me.” Today, he decides to come through and kick off the project’s campaign by giving us the green light to premiere its title track.
Run Up
Run Up
Sean Brown Feat. R-Mean
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This morning Alumni spitter Sean Brown dropped off yet another quality track called "Run Up," featuring a verse from prolific pharmacist-turned-rapper R-Mean. Going off bass alone, this is a Bay Area song, but given the drums and Brown's bars it definitely has more of a northeast feel than anything.
Men Of Honor
Men Of Honor
R-Mean Feat. #3AM, A.Chilla & BlackJack
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Coming off the release of his 7 Deadly Sins mixtape, R-Mean decides to come through today and share a new track for the fans called “Men Of Honor,” featuring fellow spitters #3AM, A.Chilla, and Blackjack. Paying homage to the legend 2 Pac, the track uses excerpts from Pac’s past interviews in between the verses and fittingly surfaces on the week of the 19th year anniversary of his death. Take a listen to the Dat Blaze produced track and let us know what you think.
One Love (One Mic Freestyle)
One Love (One Mic Freestyle)
R-Mean
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Some freestyle records are forever. Nas' "One Mic" is one of those classic instrumentals that will live alongside the likes of the likes of "Ice Cream" and "Shook Ones" as a beat people will want to rap over 'til the end of time. The Stillmatic highlight has been revived once again by R-Mean, who dropped his 7 Deadly Sins project a week ago today.
Fake Mutha (Envy)
Fake Mutha (Envy)
R-Mean Feat. The Game
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R-Mean's got a new project called 7 Deadly Sins on the way, and today, we have the privilege of premiering one of its tracks. "Fake Mutha (Envy)" features The Game, who previously teamed up with R-Mean on "Lost Angels."
Jurassic Park
Jurassic Park
R-Mean Feat. KXNG CROOKED & King Los
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The other week R-Mean came through with cover art and tracklist for a new concept mixtape, called 7 Deadly Sins (there will be a song for each sin). The 10-track offering (obviously there are a few bonus records going beyond the allotted seven) is slated to drop with us on July 7th. Before that time arrives, the West Coast native delivers one of the big collaborations on the tape, "Jurassic Park" (which correlates with Gluttony according to his tracklist) featuring lyrical MCs KXNG Crooked and King Los.
Open Wounds
Open Wounds
R-Mean Feat. Soseh
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R-Mean hits us with his poignant song titled "Open Wounds", which serves as his personal dedication to the Armenian Genocide. This song has special poignancy given the troubling atrocities occurring currently in Kesab, Syria, which has forced multiple Armenian families to flee the place they once called home. The song was produced (and later remastered) at the hand of Blind, and the track itself is an exercise in the creation of conscious rap without being too preachy.
If Its On
If Its On
R-Mean Feat. G Malone and Sean Brown
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R-Mean's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and If Its On is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue R-Mean has been building over the years. We're definitely anticipating the next move.
Stone Cold Killa
Stone Cold Killa
R-Mean Feat. Dizaster
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Stream Stone Cold Killa, the newest drop from R-Mean which features Dizaster. The cut was released on Saturday, November 9th, 2013. R-Mean continues to impress with each new leak, and Stone Cold Killa is no exception. It's strengthens R-Mean's already impressive body of work, which has seen positive change over the years. We're most definitely anticipating R-Mean's next offering.
Horns Go
Horns Go
Sean Brown Feat. R-Mean
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Give Horns Go (Prod by Sean Brown) a listen - it's a new offering from Sean Brown, featuring R Mean. It was dropped on Tuesday, August 27th, 2013. Sean Brown's musical situation is improving with every new release, and Horns Go (Prod by Sean Brown) will most definitely help the cause. It's a fine addition to the growing body of work Sean Brown has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're looking forward to what Sean Brown has in store.
Talkin To You
Talkin To You
R-Mean Feat. Joe Budden
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Bump Talkin To You, the latest cut from R-Mean which features Joe Budden on the assist. It dropped on Tuesday, December 11th, 2012. R-Mean's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Talkin To You is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since R-Mean stepped foot in the rap game. We're looking forward to hearing more.