Young M.A's has "OOOUUU" has captivated the streets and inspired at least a dozen remixes from prominent rappers, most notably Nicki Minaj, The Game, and Meek Mill. Now, another star has tried his hand at the spacey, intoxicating U-Dubb beat: 50 Cent.
Although these past few weeks might be the longest we’ve gone all year without hearing new music from Currensy, the New Orleans spitter has been holding fans over in the meantime with his weekly “Lowriders N Raps” documentary series.
Mobsquad Nard, the fiery Jacksonville rapper signed to Cinematic, is back with a new freestyle over O.T. Genasis and Young Dolph's "Cut It." Though released almost a year ago, the track has still been in constant rotation this summer.
Every Thursday, Tim Westwood pulls out a gem from his untold treasure trove of radio freestyles he's amassed over the last 20-plus years and posts it online. Last November, he shared a Jay Z freestyle circa 1999.
We kicked off a new season of On The Come Up at the beginning of June, with newly-anointed XXL Freshman 21 Savage. Since then, we've rolled out videos with up & comers including RJ aka Mr.
Big K.R.I.T. made our morning with the announcement of a #12FOR12 freestyle series, which, by Midnight, will basically result in a mixtape's worth of new material from K.R.I.T. over other rapper's beats.
Big K.R.I.T. is creating quite a spectacle today. Rather than sharing his new mixtape of freestyles all at once, he'll be dropping them every hour on the hour, starting at noon with this take on ScHoolboy Q's current single, "THat Part".
We first introduced you to Michigan native Meko Supreme back in March when he released a stellar video for his single “Pray 4 Me,” and now today he’s back again on the site with a new freestyle called “Back Off Road.”
Trying to move on from his previous relationship with Nicki Minaj, Safaree “SB” Samuels has been concentrating hard on his music career over this past year or so, releasing It Is What It Is Vol 2 back in December, and a couple other loose sing
Plaboi Carti has been building quite the buzz for himself over the past year or so thanks to the recent success of his “Broke Boi” record, which has seen several artists tackle its instrumental for a freestyle, most recently Fetty Wap & Monty.
"All the Way Up" has got to be the surprise New York anthem of the year. Not sound-wise, but who would've thought that the Terror Squad's leading man and woman could've reunited for a smash hit in 2016?