Rapper Fabolous is on a tear with his popular #FridayNightFreestyles series. For this week’s freestyle session, he travels back to 1998 to spit a crazy flow over Puff Daddy and Ma$e’s classic “Been Around The World (Remix)” tune.
A racist rap song created by two Texas high school students is causing outrage. Though the track was made two years ago, other students have been sharing it since then, which has caused the school to take action.
Ciara released her very personal ballad "I Bet" earlier this year and with her new album, Jackie, debuting next month, she's on track for another R&B takeover. Now T.I. jumps on the track and gave it a little makeover.
Lil Wayne is notorious for adding his own verses to some of the hottest tracks around. Take his remix of O.T. Genasis’ “Coco,” for instance. Now Tunechi is putting his Young Money touch on Future’s smash hit “F--- Up Some Commas.”
After a four-year hiatus, Black Rob is planning a comeback in the rap game. The veteran rhyme-spitter just released a new single “Welcome to My Life,” off his new album, 'Genuine Article,' which drops later this month.
The internet must have sprung a leak. Hours after Kendrick Lamar’s verse from a purported “All Day” (Remix) surfaced online, an unreleased Kanye West song called “Midas Touch” found its way online as well.
Early last week, a snippet of Kendrick Lamar’s verse on the purported remix of Kanye West’s song “All Day” surfaced online. Now the Compton rhymer’s full verse has leaked and it’s a fiery display of bravado.
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