(Video) J Cole – Everybody Dies


Ladies and gentlemen, the wait is over! J Cole is back and he’s out to kill the competition and call out those who lack lyrical skill. In his recent song “Everybody Dies”, consisting of a sample of A Tribe Called Quest’s “Lyrics To Go”, the Dreamville rapper is assumed to be coming at freshmen class rappers such as Lil Yachty and Lil Uzi Vert. Check it out after the jump and let me know your thoughts!

(Video) J Cole – False Prophets


J Cole made an impact this week, announcing the release of his album 4 Your Eyez Only, scheduled to drop this Friday. The Crooked Smile MC spontaneously put out two videos, “False Prophets” and “Everybody Dies” and of course, fans went crazy. In the song “False Prophets”, J Cole seemingly comes at one of his idols, Kanye West for no longer being the honorable person he once was. Was Cole dissing Ye, or was he just speaking what was in his heart? Let me know your thoughts in the comments!

(Video) Juelz Santana – Up In The Studio Getting Blown Freestyle Pt. 2


Juelz Santana has been flooding the internet with new music lately. The Harlem rapper came out of his hiatus and got back to spitting those hard bars his fans love. Last week he dropped his “Up In The Studio Getting Blown” freestyle, this week we have for you part 2! Check it out after the jump!

(Video) Kodak Black – There He Go


On December 1st, Kodak Black was released from jail on a 100 thousand dollar bond. Since his release fans have been patiently waiting for Kodak to drop new music. Even though he’s on house arrest he doesn’t make the fans wait long and is already back to work. Today Kodak returns with his new video “There He Go.” The production is handled by his go-to producer Dubba-AA. Watch the video above and listen to the track below.

(Video) Kamaiyah – I’m On


Kamaiyah has had an amazing year. In March she dropped her debut mixtape “A Good Night In The Ghetto” which was well-received and one of the best projects to come out this year. Today she drops the visuals for one of the standout tracks, “I’m On.” In the video, Kamaiyah highlights the incredible year she’s had which includes, collaborating with YG and Drake, performing a sold out show in her hometown of Oakland, her documentary with The Fader. Watch the video after the jump and make sure you go listen to “A Good Night In The Ghetto” if you haven’t already.

(Video) Gucci Mane – St. Brick Intro


We’re about to reach Christmas time and Gucci Mane is making sure to spread the holiday cheer. Guwop made the decision to release the intro to his upcoming album The Return of East Atlanta Santa, which is a play on the Christmas classic, “Jingle Bells”. The video for “St. Brick Intro” consists of Gucci dashing through the snow in an open drop down whip while rapping his own Christmas carol. Watch it for yourself after the jump!

(Video) 6lack – Ex Calling


Last month, the Atlanta singer 6lack released his highly anticipated debut album “Free 6lack,” which included the buzzing singles “PRBLMS” and “Ex Calling.” He follows up the album release and drops the visuals to his second single “Ex Calling,” which is an R&B take on Future’s “Perkys Calling.” Instead of stressing over his past relationships 6lack hits the block and the strip club with his boys.

(Video) Shotgun Suge – No Hook 2


Shotgun Suge is getting ready to drop his new project. The URL rapper sets a tone with the release of “No Hook 2”. Check out the official video after the jump!

(Video) Rick Ross ft. 2 Chainz & Gucci Mane – Buy Back The Block


A few weeks ago Rick Ross dropped his new single “Buy Back The Block” featuring 2 Chainz and Gucci Mane. Today he returns with the official video. The video is a play on Dr.Dre and Snoop Dogg’s film “The Wash,” but instead of buying a car wash they buy the block. Meek Mill and 21 Savage make a cameo in the video. Watch the video after the jump and lookout for Rick Ross’s upcoming album “Rather You Than Me” coming soon.

(Video) Young M.A – Eat


After dropping her new song “Eat” yesterday. Young M.A. returns with the official video. The video is fairly simple with Young M.A. just rapping to the camera but the bars are scathing. She goes off for 6 minutes straight, no hook. If you had any doubt about her skills watch the video after the jump and see if you feel the same way. This is why I love rap.

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