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It was the battle of all battles. Who was the king of New York? Was it Jay Z? Nah, it was Nas. We are still debating 15 years later. Jay Z made hip hop history when he declared war against Nas and others as he made history on the Summer Jam stage with the debut of his single “...
Post Malone is gearing up for the release of his album Stoney . Before that he gets personal with a single titled "Leave" which focuses on a past relationship of his. The album is due December 9. Check it out below.
Gucci Mane links up Bryson Tiller for a brand new single called "Drove U Crazy." The track is going to live on his upcoming album The Return of East Atlanta Santa which is due to be released next week. Check out the track below.
While his single 'Oh No' is heating up on the airwaves & internet, Long Island New York's Own Brodie Fresh returns with a New Record titled "Word Of Mouth." This track is produced by The MoBB as he speaks on some of his hardships. Check it out below.
Following the second episode of Love & Hip Hop: New York , Juelz Santana returns with the second installment of his "Up In The Studio Gettin Blown Freestyle." No word on when we'll be getting a brand new official single, but it seems like we are going to be getting new music...
This one is for New York! Manolo Rose links up with Dave East for a brand new track called "Monopoly." The track is produced by Fame School Slim as they spit about that money. Check it out below.
Brose Royce has a message in a brand new single titled "F*** Donald Trump." The artist is looking to make a statement with this as he goes into some thoughts about politics. It's off his album POLITIKKKS available now. Check it out below.
Coming from New York, Millitant returns with a brand new single titled "F*** It Up." The track speaks on his experiences in the night life. Check out the track below.
He's back! Fresh off of his appearance on Love & Hip Hop, Juelz Santana unleashed a brand new freestyle for the fans. Trying to prove he's still what the game's been missing, he drops some bars in what he calls "Up In The Studio Gettin' Blown." Check it out below.