14. Joey Fatt$ ft. A$AP Rocky - "Keep It G Part 2"
13. Mick Jenkins ft. Joey Bada$$ - "Jerome"
12. Audio Push ft. Rockie Fresh - "No Secret"
11. Jeezy ft. Kendrick Lamar - "Holy Ghost (Remix)"
P Reign continues his monster run with this Meek Mill and fellow OVOXO-signee PARTNEXTDOOR collaboration, after lighting up the internet with his Drake collabo "DNF" earlier. It's a smooth track, and nice to hear a little Meek Milly while he's still locked up. FREE MEEK! You can cop P Reign's Dear America right here on HNHH.
8. Lucki Eck$ ft. Danny Brown - "Weightin' On"
These two polar-opposite MCs lined up at SXSW in Austin this summer and Red Bull thankfully got them to hop on a track together. If you don't have Lucki's Body High mixtape yet, you're a damn fool, it was by far one of the craziest projects of the year so far. This Skywlkr-produced jam is far more uptempo than we're used to hearing Eck$, but the two make it work very well.
Leaked off of Brown's highly anticipated new album X, this smooth K. Dot-featured ballad got us next-level excited for the project. Everyone's been craving new Kendrick, plus we've been waiting for this Breezy album for a long time, so this was a very welcomed release. It's not going to pop off in the club, but it's really smooth, and reminds us how good both artists truly are. It's great to see Chris back on the top of his game and at least trying to stay out of trouble, sort of.
While prepping his Def Jam debut album Under Pressure, Logic decided to whet the appetite of his fans with a Childish Gambino-assisted cut called "Driving Miss Daisy" which was also self-produced. No word on whether this is actually on the album, but we're guessing not. The two have many mutual fans who were surely happy to hear the two collaborate on something as dope as this.
This shit came out of nowhere a few weeks ago, but it may be the catchiest song of the year. It'd probably be higher if we didn't like Makonnen's song about quitting his molly sales better. Either way, this is a banger, and one of the illest collabs in the game right now for sure. It also just goes to show that Wheelchair Jimmy can hop on literally any artist's track in the country and instantly make them relevant, which is really wild.
The other day Big Sean dropped 4 new heaters to celebrate his signing to Hov's Roc Nation on a management deal. We couldn't have been happier, as all 4 were downright dope. The highlight of the set was this Kanye West and DJ Mustard-produced cut that features the Beast From The Bay, E-40, who has never not murdered a feature. Big Sean sounds like he's on another level right now, and may just be gunning for hip hop's top spot. Crazy thing is, he might just get it. With Drake's and Kendrick's albums still a little while away, there might be an opening for the GOOD Music spitter to make a move right quick.
Fuck it, here's the other 3 if you haven't heard them yet.
Mustard on the beat hoe! We finally have a new doggy style anthem, as Mustard gathered four of the hottest MCs in the game right now for this from-the-back-banger. Boosie can't help but get stuck in our heads again, Weezy keeps his hot streak going with a fire verse, and Big Sean and YG both handle their business on this 10 Summers standout. It's rare that a posse cut like this has strong verses from everyone, but Mustard came through with the grey poupon.
If you aren't bumping Days Before Rodeo like constantly, please answer us this quick question...DA FUQ? Travi$ Scott dropped a masterpiece on all of us, and it was free, so that's a must listen if you don't want to lose your hip hop card. This collab between him, Sean Don, and The 1975 was a standout on the album, along with "Mamacita" and "Backyard". The track really showcases how Scott not only revolutionized the landscape of Trap music, but is now taking it somewhere completely different. No wonder Kanye keeps this kid locked in the studio working for him, he's constantly ahead of the trends, dictating what's next in hip hop. If this was in the days before rodeo, we can't even imagine what comes after...
Linkin Park's resident emcee details his history with hip-hop.
Nothing gets us more turnt up than a fire new collaboration between two (or more) dope artists, especially if they haven't made a lot of music together before. Although we haven't quite reached the 4th quarter yet, in terms of music, the past month or two have been big, with a lot of new singles coming out as many rappers prep for their album roll outs. We've been noticing some of the hottest shit coming out is collaborative work, so we figured why not count 'em down? In this week's Top 10 we'll be looking at some of the illest collabs to come out in recent times, plus a few that just missed the cut.
As usual, hit us in the comment section with any collabs we missed, or @ us on Twitter to let us know what you think about the list.