We're kicking off a brand new freestyle series called "Show & Prove," and the first contribution comes from Brooklyn rapper, Stro, who goes in over an instrumental from frequent collaborator BrandUn DeShay.
Last Thursday night (September 10), when Jay Rock dropped 90059 a day ahead of its scheduled release date, the TDE spitter stopped by Power 106 in L.A. to chill with the L.A. Leakers.
Meek Mill is slowly getting back in the game after his reputation was tarnished in his summer beef with Drake. Most of the damage was self-inflicted, and the only way for him to restore his rep is by getting back in the studio and dropping fire raps.
Yo Gotti just unleashed a new record via Hot 97, and he's uploaded to his Soundcloud so we can all enjoy. The record starts off with a few quick words from Gotti himself, before getting into a freestyle over the old school cut "Boyz In The Hood."
Twista is in the midst of an insane freestyle run, having released nearly a song a day for the past two weeks. He is the Joe DiMaggio of freestyles and has the potential to make it 56, showing no signs of slowing down.
While we await for his 10 Pints mixtape to arrive (which will hopefully be sooner than later), Young Buck decides to hold us over with a new freestyle he did over BJ The Chicago Kid’s Compton cut “It's All On Me”.
Twista continues to keep it moving. After hitting us with “However You Want It” the other day, the Chicago Legend decides to return today with yet another new freestyle for us titled “conscious” featuring Allie.
Twista continues to keep his freestyle assault going. Returning for the fourth track in as many days, the Chicago legend decides to come through and release this new freestyle titled “However You Want It.”
Chris Rivers has been doing his pops proud with his weekly freestyles, flexing his considerable lyrical muscle. This week he comes through with "Barz For All," in which he raps over Brand Nubian's classic "All For One" instrumental.
Sheek Louch continues to keep it moving. After hitting us with “Survival Of The Gorillas” the other day, the Lox member decides to return today with another freestyle for our listening pleasure titled “Gorilla Homicide.”
Russ foregoes a hook on "Longevity Freestyle," rapping straight bars for three and a half minutes. Russ is a rapper with a point of view and the track is never dull as he lays out his plan to make it big.
In honor of "Straight Outta Compton" and Dr. Dre's soundtrack coming out this week, Emilio Rojas lets us bear witness to the strength of street knowledge, spitting a freestyle over classic N.W.A. beats "Straight Outta Compton" and "Express Yourself."
The ability to rap over any beat, no matter the style, is an under-appreciated trait in MCs these days. The UK's Stormzy comes from more a grime-based background, but fast-paced, 140 BPM tracks only make up part of his discography.
Keeping his Friday Freestyle series alive, Chris Rivers, aka Big Pun’s son, decides to capitalize off this week’s Drake x Meek beef by using two of their instrumentals to freestyle over with in “Back To Back” & “R.I.C.O.&rdquo
Vic Mensa is getting ready to hit the road for his upcoming “Traffic” Tour, but before he does he’s got a new freestyle to share with the fans first titled “Heir To The Throne."