Emilio Rojas is releasing his new project next week, today he leaks another cut from it, “B*tch Is Crazy.” Featuring Joe Budden, the track has a wavy instrumental from Audio Jones that goes perfect with Emilio and Joe’s flow. Dope joint!
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If you’re already a big Fabolous fan, you are already aware of how consistant his mixtape projects are. If not, listening to his mixtapes can easily make you become one. That is why his Soul Tape 3 announcement can be considered a special holiday treat! That’s right. Fab announced, via Instagram, that Soul Tape 3 is underway and will drop on Christmas.
No word on who will be included on the third installment of the Soul Tape collection, but the previous two included features by so many great artists including Lil Wayne, Pusha T, Joe Budden, Wale, J. Cole, Lloyd Banks, Cassie, Ne-Yo, Teyana Taylor and Trey Songz. Producers involved on the previous projects include J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Drumma Boy, Ryan Leslie, Just Blaze, J. Cole and many others.
Can’t wait to see what Fab’s got up his sleeve this year! Check out what he posted for his Instagram announcement below!
One of the most anticipated segments of the Annual BET Hip-Hop Awards is usually the cyphers. Rappers always come out and spit some of the most raw material that leaves people talking about the awards for weeks. This year was no different. Each and every single rapper absolutely killed their verse. Most notably, Lil’ Kim, Wax, Travi$ Scott, and rappers from A$AP Mob, Slaughterhouse and TDE participated in the 2013 Cypher series.
Kendrick Lamar, however, especially left viewers in awe, even topping Twitter’s trending topics with #KendricksVerse. It has been speculated that he took direct shots at Drake. What do you think? Whose verse do you think was the best? Watch all of the cyphers after the jump and let us know!
A cut off Joe Budden‘s upcoming album No Love Lost, “NBA (Never Broke Again)” featuring Wiz Khalifa and French Montana. A cool joint that has Joey rapping about money and weed (no surprise) and French Montana shouting out some NBA players. Hit the jump to listen to their joint.
Looks like Lil Wayne got the boot on the remix to Joe Budden‘s track “She Don’t Put It Down.” For his official remix he brought in Fabolous and Twista as he pays tribute to his girl. It was a smart move for Tank to have stayed on the hook. Hit the jump to listen and download the track.