Stop sleeping on this dude. He’s one of the best doing it right now.
Machine Gun Kelly is the latest rapper to take a spin at Drake’s latest hard-hitting “Started From The Bottom,” recalling his own journey to the top.
Now they say Illuminati is the cause, or maybe every one of y’all is lazy and I just worked hard.
Rick Ross decided to add a verse to Kendrick Lamar’s “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe” off his latest album “Good Kid, M.A.A.D City” that was released back in October. Ross’ verse definitely flows on the track and maybe this is a hint that we’ll see them working together in the near future, “ya bish.”
Kendrick Lamar is back from his overseas tour. First stop after arriving back in the states is NYC, for a show tomorrow night. While in the Big Apple he stopped by the legend Funkmaster Flex‘s show on Hot 97.7. Check out a quick 16 he dropped over Nas’s Nas Is Like.
A$AP Rocky has the promo run for his debut album Long.Live.A$AP in full force, as tonight he drops by Tim Westwood’s studio to drop some bars. Rocky goes in during this freestlye that lasts almost eight minutes. #HarlemWorld
K. Dot does what he does best on the Ricky Smiley’s Hot 107.9 morning show in Atlanta.
endrick Lamar stops by Power 106 Big Boy’s Neighborhood and lays some bars down. Big Boy and the Neighborhood keeping him on his toes spinnin 3 records, But K.Dot doesn’t miss a step.
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A few nights ago Kendrick Lamar previewed two new ‘good kid, m.A.A.d city’ songs live. One of those tracks was “Backseat Freestyle.” Hit-Boy produced the track, so today he let the song loose via Twitter.
Wizzle’s latest freestyle, spitting bars over Drake’s “Cameras.” O.N.I.F.C., coming December 4th..