Smoke DZA Songs

  • Truffle Butter (Freestyle)
    Truffle Butter (Freestyle)
    Although "Truffle Butter" featuring Drake and Lil Wayne was tacked on as a bonus cut on Nicki Minaj's The Pinkprint, for many, it was a highlight of the album. Today two of our favorite smokers take on the instrumental for a quick freestyle. These two also make up part of DZA's R.F.C. crew, which we documented in a video edition of Crew Love. You should watch that below if you need to familiarize yourself with them. Are you a fan of The Pope x KushedGod smoke-fueled version of "Truffle Butter"? Al-Doe released it for download on his Soundcloud, so enjoy.
  • Fuck Denim & Supply (Freestyle)
    Fuck Denim & Supply (Freestyle)
    When Smoke DZA and his RFC comrades came up to the HNHH offices a few weeks ago (see video of that below), they huddled in a corner before the interview, creatively scheming about a potential remix of O.T. Genasis' trap smash "CoCo." Polo, what with its dual O's and its popularity among the crew, seemed like an apt thing for DZA to proclaim his love for on the hook, and now that very remix has arrived.
  • The Sleaze (Remix)
    The Sleaze (Remix)
    It's now been a few month since Wiz Khalifa's Blacc Hollywood dropped, but we know that at least one person, namely Smoke DZA, is still bumping the Taylor Gang' boss' latest project. Today, he drops off a remix of Young Khalifa's "The Sleaze." A a marathon-length track that makes great use of squelchy synths, distant horn stabs and a rolling beat, the remix has the Kush God spitting at about 90 seconds in for a good 32 bars. Naturally, his lyrics (like Wiz's) mostly pertain to marijuana, but if you came here, you already knew that. 
  • Malverde
    R.F.C. aren't showing signs of slowing down, after delivering a leak yesterday off their upcoming album The Outsiders, they're back again this morning with "Malverde." Yesterday's joint, the title track "The Outsiders" put Smoke DZA, NYMlo and Al Doe on display, while "Malverde" is relegated to DZA and Al Doe, with an appearance from the opposite coast's Dom Kennedy. It's a good choice for the laid-back West Coast spitter as it's a mellow, lullaby-like beat.
  • The Outsiders
  • Weed Wax And $
    Weed Wax And $
    As a member of Taylor Gang, tattoo artist-turned-rapper Tuki Carter probably knows a thing or two about weed, wax and money, just like self-proclaimed "Kush God" Smoke DZA. Both marijuana aficionados link up on a new track called "Weed Wax And $" that also features Aleon Craft and was produced by C.U.B.S.
  • Should've Never
    Should've Never
    Taylor Gang’s newest signee, Jr Donato, just came through and dropped off his newest mixtape tonight titled North Pole. Laced with 15 tracks, the project features guest appearances from Ab-Soul, IAMSU!, Smoke DZA, KR, Courtney Noelle and fellow T.G.O.D. members Wiz Khalifa & Chevy Woods.
  • Err Thing Valid (Remix)
    Err Thing Valid (Remix)
    Harlem is in the building tonight as Smoke DZA calls on ASAP Rocky & Cam’ron for the official remix to his track “Err Thing Valid”.
  • Overdose
    Shortly after dropping off the Black Cobain-featured cut “Feel Right”, Boogz Boogetz is back with another one for the fans. This time around, the NYC rapper calls on Smoke DZA for his second release of the day with “Overdose”.
  • I Know It
    I Know It
    Young Roddy is next in line in the Jet Life hierarchy, proving as much with the release of a brand new solo effort Saturday night. Rooy's is the most recent release of many from the crew, which have been impacting every weekend for the past few weeks, and the first solo project to come out of the series that didn't come from Spitta himself.
  • Touch The Sky
    Touch The Sky
    We are nearing the end of the month, so Cam’ron should be just about ready to drop off the fifth volume in his 1st Of The Month series come November 1st. To kick the campaign off, Cam decides to unleash this new Wiz Khalifa & Smoke DZA-featured single titled “Touch The Sky”, (which shouldn’t be confused with Kanye’s 2005 hit of the same name).
  • Backyard (Remix)
    Backyard (Remix)
    Travi$ Scott gave us his Days Before Rodeo mixtape earlier this year, and while the majority of the production was made up of Yeezus meets New Atlanta future-trap, "Backyard" had a relatively laid back feel. Thus, it was the song a weed rapper like Smoke DZA naturally gravitated towards when it came to doing a remix. 
  • They Got Money
    They Got Money
    Smoke DZA and Al-Doe will be linking up for a joint album under the name R.F.C. on November 18th. Today, they've shared the first single, which is called "They Got Money" and features some spoken word from Damon Dash. On SoundCloud, R.F.C. is described as "an all-star ensemble, comprised of Al-Doe, Bluntsmoker, NymLo, and producer 183rd, helmed by Harlem native Smoke DZA." Their album The Outsiders drops next month. Quotable Lyrics:
  • No Half Steppin'
    No Half Steppin'
    The last we heard from Grafh he was on his New York shit with Murda Mook. Some things never change. Collaborating Brooklyn's Smoke DZA, Grafh keeps things strictly east coast on the follow-up single from his upcoming 88 Crack Era project. Produced by Ted Smooth, this new school rendition of Big Daddy Kane's "Ain't No Half Stepping" instrumental adds subtle updates to the classic instrumental.
  • Don't Play Me
    Don't Play Me
    For many, the first time hearing Smoke DZA was on the first edition of Curren$y's Pilot Talk, and if not there, it may have been on Big K.R.I.T.'s Krit Wuz Here, which dropped a month prior. On both joints, Spitta was by his side, and it's always something special when the two weeded out rappers get together.
  • Leana Horns
    Leana Horns
    The A3C hip hop festival is releasing a compilation of new tracks from some of the artists performing at the annual event later this week. Mick Jenkins, Sir Michael Rocks, and Chris Webby are among the names who will grace the tracklist, but today we get a brand new jam from Smoke DZA, which sees hime teaming with Al-Doe and NymLo.
  • 4th Quarter
    4th Quarter
    Recently Rick Ross shared some photos of Meek Mill locked up, and while he seems to be doing just fine in jail, making friends with a couple of OGs, his Dreamchasers artists keep the music coming.
  • Lookin Like Im Signed
    Lookin Like Im Signed
    Queens rapper, 360, heads to Harlem and decides to link up with Smoke DZA for this new collaboration called "Lookin Like Im Signed". The track will see life on 360’s upcoming EP #Foot2NeckSeason, which is dropping next week on August 26th. It follows up the song “Why Should I Care” which features Ja Rule and too will live on the upcoming project.
  • The Hustle (Remix)
    The Hustle (Remix)
    The day before Fourth of July, Le$ teamed up with Cookin' Soul to bring you his chilled-out, Paid In Full-inspired ACE mixtape. If you thought the music couldn't get any more blunted, the Kush God himself is here to prove you wrong. Smoke DZA steps in for a remix of the mixtape's "The Hustle."
  • LCR (Lights, Camera, Rugby)
    LCR (Lights, Camera, Rugby)
    Smoke DZA hit us with the 21-track Dream.ZONE.Achieve earlier this year, and while the generous offering has held us over for some time, it's good to hear a brand new jam from the Harlem rapper.
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