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New Freestyle: Diggy Simmons - 'Climate'

Posted On: January 01, 2016

Diggy Simmons liberates a new freestyle titled, 'Climate.'

While he freestyles on the track, Diggy addresses issues about police brutality and honors Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice, Mike Brown and others affected by its atrocities. He notes Martin L. King's dream, insights about lessons and messages within them. Diggy hints a new project on the way and getting back to his zone of creativity.

Until then, well you know the drill.

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Remix: Cozz feat. J. Cole – 'Knock Tha Hustle'

Posted On: March 28, 2015

Cozz mixes his track 'Knock Tha Hustle' with some new bars and blues production.

With the saxophone playing in the backdrop and the sound of Cozz's voice, it paints the song into a beautiful Hip Hop symphony. And Cozz gets poetic with his lyrics: "Let me touch you with my words/ kiss you with a song/ let me f*ck you mentally/ caress you with a melody." (The element of passion in those words.. it's like fire for the soul and when the soul burns, it takes off like a Phoenix.)

J Cole makes a cameo in the video and holds the track down with his own set of barwork.

Check out the footage below.

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New Freestyle: Common On 'Sway In The Morning'

Posted On: June 01, 2016

While on the Sway in The Morning show, Common kept it trill with a freestyle. 

You know Common is a Hip Hop artist and does his activist thing also, which he harmonizes into his music. It's thought provoking, might make you raise an eyebrow here and there, it can be controversial depending who's on the receiving end, despite all of that; Common always gets the job done on wax. Once the 1 and 2's start spinnin', something a little soulful, mix with a few scratches and the right keys on the board. Common starts rhyming, gets political, reflects on Sandra Bland, Trayvon Martin and Black Lives Matter. With a steady flow over some stylistic drums, Common continues to spit about the misrepresentation of Black roles in TV and movies, honoring the greats in music as he listed a few musicians/artist, mass incarceration; and keeps it poetic with the sociology. 

"We are at war in a battle with us./ I know that Black Lives Matter, do they matter to us?/ These are the things we gotta discuss./ The new plantation, mass incarceration./ Instead of educate they rather convict the kids."

Common is currently working on his upcoming album, the verse is from a song off the project called 'Black America.' 

Until then, well you know the drill. 

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New Heat: Jeezy - 'Nov 13th'

Posted On: October 25, 2015

As Jeezy prepares himself to release his upcoming album "Church In These Streets" which is schedduled for release Novemeber 13th, The Hip Hop preacher dropped some new heat to keep the streets warm titled 'Nov 13th' signifying the day his album unleashes nationwide.

The track was produced by Cassius J and has a little blues and jazz effect to it.

Blaze it below.

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New Joint: Big K.R.I.T. – 'K.R.I.T. 4Eva (Chapter One)'

Posted On: March 15, 2015

In his new joint, Big K.R.I.T reflects on his life and the sacrifices he made to be who he is today.

Big K.R.I.T opens his heart and lets the lyrics flow about the things he experienced in life from: career paths, trials and tribulations, success and etc. The track is titled, 'K.R.I.T 4Eva (Chapter One).' The instrumentals are soulful and it helped K.R.I.T rhyme from his own soul.

Plug your ears to it below.

"Looking back on all the things I went through to get here. It was all worth it. It’s a blessing that I can write about it all."

-- Big K.R.I.T

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Freestyle: Kidd Kidd - 'Dreams & Nightmares'

Posted On: March 21, 2015

Kidd Kidd keeps the freestyles coming and aims high for that XXL's freshmen cover.

This time, Kidd Kidd lays 16 bricks and mirrors Meek Mill's flow over Meek's hit 'Dreams & Nightmares' instrumentals.

Blaze it below.

Notable Wordplay: "Aint that some bullsh*t/ I hope you fall off a toilet seat."

What?!? Lol.

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Freestyle: Tony Yayo - 'Front Door'

Posted On: April 01, 2015

Tony Yayo keeps the heat coming with another freestyle.

Yayo throwbacks a classic instrumental from Main Source's 'Looking At Front Door' and freestyles on the beat.

Plug your ears to it below.

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New Freestyle: Fabolous - 'All For The Love'

Posted On: April 25, 2015

Fabolous distributes another freestyle for his "Friday Night Freestyles" series.

In the latest one, Loso maintains his unique way of sequencing his bars on the classic 'All For The Love' instrumentals by The Lox. DJ Clue introduces the heat and is featured in the backdrop of the track. Fab brought some soul with this freestyle, maybe it's his voice, the lyrics or how he just became the instrumentals/the beat with how he has flowing.

Plug your ears to it below.

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French Montana & Swizz Beatz Freestyle & Snippet of New Banger on HOT 97’s Funkmaster Flex Show

Posted On: October 16, 2018

What kind of creativity originates from a collaboration of French Montana, who has one of the hottest track out right now and Swizz Beatz, the OG on the beats who bangs it every time? Well, both of them were on HOT 97’s Funkmaster Flex Show, the spitta and the hit-maker previewed a new banger in the works.

Reppin' for the BX and stuntin with some Dapper Dan threads, Swizz Beatz and French Montana kicked a freestyle to Kane's classic 'Young, Gifted and Black.' And parled for a few.

Check it out below.


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New Joint: Rockie Fresh - 'Down To Roll'

Posted On: January 05, 2016

Preppin' his fans for the release of his upcoming tape "The Night I Went To," Rockie Fresh lets off another track called, 'Down To Roll.'

The heavily bass, drummed instrumentals was produced by SEVN Thomas and Zalezy. Rockie keeps it fresh on his new cut about his lack of trust in people due to where he's at in his life, his small circle and trying to maintain his patience.

Notable Wordplay: "Stop surfing the Net/ and get lost in this wave."

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New Heat: Ludacris feat. Usher - 'Not Long'

Posted On: March 24, 2015

Ludacris and Usher come together for this soulful, a little blues and R&B/Hip Hop track titled, 'Not Long.'

Luda has few notable wordplays on this track: "God is all I needed to believe in me, haters I tuned them out, they were on another frequency." The song is an inpsirational and uplifting song. It's about believing in yourself and being all that you can be. Luda talks about his love for music describing it as his first crush.

The track will be featured on Luda's upcoming new album Ludaversal, which is scheduled to be in stores and on iTunes on March 31st.

Plug your ears to it below.

Breakdown of Wordplay: 

"And all the bright lights never blinded out my vision."

Ludacris did not allow himself to get lost by being immersed in all the fame (flashing lights), negative controversies his dealt with in the media and etc. But instead he remained and stayed focus on his vision. 

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