#MusicStillMatters New Music: Kyle Ft. Kodak Black – iSpy (Remix)

Kyle certainly made an impact this year with his Lil Yachty-featured hit “iSpy”, making it to the no. 5 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. The California rapper now returns with the official remix, featuring Kodak Black.

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#MusicStillMatters New Music: Cam’ron – D.I.A.

Cam’ron seems to be getting busy once again. The Harlem veteran has made it known that a few projects are to be expected this year. In the meantime, Cam unleashes a new song called “D.I.A.” Check it out after the jump!

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#MusicStillMatters New Music: A$AP Ferg – Nia Long + Furious Ferg + Aw Yea

While A$AP fans wait for news about the arrival of Ferg’s album Still Striving, the Harlem rapper treats them with three new songs as a part of his Trap Lord Tuesdays series.

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(Video) Ice Cube – Good Cop, Bad Cop

Last week, Ice Cube released a song called “Good Cop, Bad Cop”, which can be considered a more coolheaded version of “F**k The Police”. You may have seen the West Coast pioneer promote the song moments after pressing Bill Maher. You can now watch the accompanying visual after the jump!

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Top 5 Performances of Summer Jam 2017

Summer Jam 2017 is going to be in the history books for sure. Not only did it sell out the entire Met Life Stadium to a crowd of 50 plus thousand, but it delivered as well. Even though a lot of fans were disappointed there was no live stream for this event, we still got you covered. Artist set the stage on fire and then brought others to help them do it. With were so many guest appearances and moments from the artist that we had to count own the hottest sets from the night.   #5 Chris Brown Brings Out DMX to the Stage Chris Brown performed and danced with his usual captivating routine but, he did something no one seen coming. He brought out the legend, DMX. Crowd reactions went from shocked to crazy real fast. The Ruff Ryder performed his classics and reminded us that he still ain’t nothing to f*ck with!

#4 The Crowd Awes for Asahd Khaled DJ Khaled comes onto the stage performing his hit “All I do is Win” and new top charter “I’m the One.” We were hoping for him to bring out some of his featured artists from the songs, but we got something better. The crowd was presented in seeing his infant son and executive producer Asahd Khaled. Khaled presented his son in a Lion King style and it…

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(Video) The Weeknd – Secrets

While hitting the road for his Legend Of The Fall World Tour, The Weeknd takes some time out to hit fans with an official video for “Secrets” off his album Starboy.

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#MusicStillMatters New Music: Blac Youngsta Ft. Slim Jxmmi – Sex

Blac Younsta keeps hitting fans with music during his legal troubles. The Memphis rapper got half of Rae Sremmurd, Slim Jxmmi, to jump on his latest song “Sex”. Give it a listen after the jump!

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Why Summer Jam is the Core for Hip Hop Beefs?

  Another year has gone and another Summer Jam to put in history books for Hip Hop. We thought we have seen the last of Hip Hop artist go at each other, but we held our breath too soon. Remy Ma notoriously fired shots on the Hot 97 Summer Jam stage and brought every Woman MC without the last name Minaj to do it too. Hot 97 has been the platform for artists lashing out against others and calling them out in a memorable performance. From Eminem to Remy Ma, we create a timeline for notable Hip Hop beef and performances at Summer Jam. 2001: Jay Z Debuts “Takeover” and Fires Shots at Prodigy and Nas Jay-Z lit up the stage and what will go down as the most vicious Hip Hop beef between Nas and Jay. This was the date he had infamously released the track “Takeover” and did just that to the stage. The diss track was aimed at Mobb Deep’s Prodigy, but somehow Nas caught fire. Hitting us with the line, “Ask Nas, he doesn’t want it with Hov.” Making this one of the greatest beef between Hip Hop’s greatest. 2003: 50 Cent disses Ja Rule and Murder Inc. 50 Cent used his stage set to call out the Murder Inc rapper by displaying visuals of his “I Cry,” “Rainy Dayz,” and “Mesmerize”. Then asking the audience to identify “bitch-ass n*gga” in the videos. He then took shots at the Murder Inc CEO Irv Gotti (ouch) 2003: Eminem Smashes His Source Award Now, this…

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Irv Gotti Talks With Flex About Rocafella Start, Rise Of DMX, & The reign Of Murder Inc #WeGotaStoryToTell007

The other night Irv Gotti dropped by to do some talk about his new show on BET, that I’m not gonna front it def does look… let’s just say this summer seems to be fully lit for TV content! BUT, they got into much more than that….

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DJ Funk Flex Brings out Fatman Scoop, Casanova, A-Boogie, Juelz Santana, Fetty Wap & Meek Mill to Summer Jam

DJ Funk Flex has been quiet about the special guests he will bring to his set during Summer Jam. It was a good thing too because he definitely surprised the crowd by bringing out Juelz Santana, Young MA, A Boogie, and more to the stage. He closed the show with Meek Mill and the crowd went wild for his set. He also proclaimed A-Boogie to be the next hottest thing on the streets of New York. Which is no surprise? Flex has always had an ear for the next hottest artists to come out of the tri-state area. See a clip of the performance from Hot 97’s Twitter.

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