Looking to build off his current momentum, which is due in part to his successful Migos-featured mixtape Still On Lock, Rich the Kid decides to come through tonight and share a new freestyle for the fans titled “Trap Or Die”.
Although she's rarely given the praise she deserves these days, Da Brat was one of the most vital femcees of the 90s-- in fact, she was the first solo female rapper to go platinum, doing so with her 1994 debut Funkdafied.
Other than Fabolous' much-hyped "Friday Night Freestyles," Jadakiss' #T5DOA series (which always arrive on Friday mornings) has been the best-received of all of the recent freestyle series by veteran NY rappers.
It’s been a minute since we last heard from Short Dawg, but thanks to DJ E Sudd that all changes today. Coming off his newly-released Street Exec Radio 2 mixtape, here goes a new freestyle from Short Dawg with “How It Feel”.
Just a few hours ago, we premiered the video for Audio Push's new remix of Future's "Commas," and now they've given us the green light to premiere the audio too. Check it out and download it here.
A few weeks back, Troy Ave got a huge feature from 50 Cent on his Major Without A Deal track "Bang Bang," making for quite the enticing album single. Today, Joell Ortiz steps up to the plate to take on the song's powerful beat.
Papoose is among the crop of New York rappers who have spent the last two months or so jolting new life into bygone beats from their city (there should be a name for this phenomenon-- any ideas?), and today he's back with another.
We just got our weekly freestyle from Jadakiss, who chose Raekwon's "Incarcerated Scarfaces" as the landing spot for his latest bars, so that must mean that his L.O.X. companion Styles P is not far behind with freestyles of his own.
Troy ave continues to keep the content coming. After hitting us with the official video for “Dope Dealer” earlier today, the BSB leader decides to return with yet another new freestyle for us called “Hater”.