The week of February 27th has brought us what is possibly a historic moment in Hip-Hop. Remy Ma dropped a diss record aimed at Nicki Minaj. Along with new entries to the list, the Remy record is the one that has gained the most steam. Check out the list.
Consequence who was featured on the original “Spaceship” by Kanye West drops a “Spaceship III.” This one features a new Cons verse to Alex Wiley’s “Spaceship II” which featured Chance the Rapper, GLC and Chuck Inglish. Listen below.
Every now and again Wale displays his Nigerian roots by remixing new music coming out Africa. The MMG rapper recently jumped on Burna Boy’s “Soke” for his own freestyle. Give it a listen after the jump!
After months of giving fans sneak peeks of his collaboration with 21 Savage, Migos, and YG, Mike Will finally let loose “Gucci On My”. The Atlanta hitmaker is likely to place this one on his forthcoming project Ransom 2.
Last week Ace Hood showed his competitive spirit on his loose release “Guess Who”. This week the Florida native follows up with “Give Thanks” in which he takes a moment to reflect on how far he has come as an artist. Check it out after the jump and stay tuned for Ace Hood’s next project currently in the works!
Snoop Dogg is back to deliver some brand new music! The West Coast OG released “Promise You This”, which has California written all over it. The release came soon after the announcement of Snoop’s upcoming 2017 Mount Kushmore Wellness Retreat Tour.
Rick Ross has been heavily influencing people in the Hip Hop community to get their finances right and to keep the money circulating in the community. The MMG head honcho has done so in songs like “Buy Back The Block”. Rozay followed up with a remix to the song with the help of various artists to spread the message.
If you’ve been missing some new Meek Mill music, you’re in luck today. The MMG rapper teamed up with producer C-Sick for the energy packed “King”. Keep your eyes peeled for that Dreamchasers 4.5 coming soon!
Jaquae is one of the artists starting to bubble up out of New York City. The Harlem rapper recently appeared on Papoose’s “Back On My Bullsh*t” along with Fat Joe among many other big records. Jaquae continues to pour out music, this week hitting the public with “You The Baddest”, which samples Wu Tang’s classic “Ice Cream”. Check it out after the jump!