• It's Thursday, and even though it's Thanksgiving, Luda isn't slacking on his weekly Ludaverses.
  • Retch has already given us the "throw away joint" "Facts" today, but it seems like he's not done dropping off non-album material on this Saturday. Now, he gives us a freestyle over Jay Z's "So Ghetto."
  • It seems O.T. Genasis' "CoCo" may be the newest freestyle craze. So far this year we've heard "Chiraq", "No Flex Zone", "Hot Nigga", and "0 To 100" take on new lives as freestyle records.
  • After a short absence from our home page, Shawn Chrystopher makes his return today with a brand new freestyle record. Taking on Chris Brown's "Came To Do" instrumental produced by NicNac, Shawn adds some hip hop flavor to the previously pop-heavy Akon duet.
  • Ludacris has taken over Thursdays as his drop day of choice for his Ludaverses, and he comes through this week with a freestyle over Two-9's "Money Counter." We've received very little freestyles over the collective's single at this point, but perhaps Luda will help open the floodgates to other "Money Counter" rem
  • Logic recently made his by the LA Leakers and participated in a round of their “Open Bar” segment, where he freestyles on four random topics that J. Cruz & Justin Credible throw his way.
  • Rich Gang's "Lifestyle" continues to gradually climb the charts, becoming one of the biggest rap smashes of the year. With that being said, there have been surprisingly few remixes of the song, despite the growing need for rappers to do their own version of every "hot" song.
  • Fresh off the release of his Paperwork album, the Kang of the South returns today with a little freestyle on "Handling My Business." The instrumental was originally used by fellow Southern rapper Jeezy on "Enough" off his new album Seen It All. Who do you think uses the Kenoe-produced beat better?
  • After a few months of silence, King Los is back and making a lot of noise. The other week the former Bad Boy rapper announced a new deal with RCA for his debut album, which will be executive produced by Diddy. He paired the announcement with an aggressive record, "Only One Of Me", proving his hunger.
  • While Gunplay works on his long-awaited debut album, the ambitiously-titled Living Legend, he's dropped off a new mixtape a few weeks back and keeps the free music coming with a "No Type" freestyle over the Mike WiLL Made It beat. The mixtape, self-titled Gunplay, contained a bunch of freestyles as well.
  • The other week we had the pleasure of interviewing Red Cafe (stay tuned for the interview in the coming week), and today he follows up with us by sending over a new freestyle he did over Drake's "6 God." You know whenever Drake drops a hot record, a million freestyles and remixes follow, so Red Cafe's getting his
  • Ludacris has been rolling out "Ludaverses" pretty frequently, which consist of quick freestyles.
  • Emilio Rojas continues to flood the internet with new material. This one comes alongside another freestyle he did over OG Maco's "U Guessed It." Significantly more mellow than its companion piece, "Stay With Me" finds Emilio admitting his faults in the hopes of winning back the woman he loves.
  • Emilio Rojas has been on a freestyle run lately, hopping on beats that are popping off. So it was only a matter of time that he took on OG Maco's "U Guessed It" minimalistic instrumental (or rather, a version of it he got off YouTube).
  • By this point, readers should be fairly aware of Pizzle. In the five months since he first graced our pages on the universally-acclaimed "Yellow Tape" with King Los, the emcee has turned heads on two additional guest spots.
  • With the release of his self-titled mixtape a few days ago, Gunplay's freestyles are at an all-time high, as the tape was made up almost entirely of them. What should he do ten days later? Why, drop another freestyle, of course.
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