Ca$his drops off this new track,"You Think I'm Crazy," that is produced by Eminem.
Ace Hood calls in Game for this track titled "Different People," which appears on his forthcoming mixtape
AZ releases the street single from his upcoming album, Doe or Die
Lil Kim calls in Young Jeezy for her new single, "Keys To The City."
Traxster Inc’s own Tha Dutch pays homage to Trayvon Martin with his latest drop,”Hoodied Up.”
DJ Premier & Bumpy Knuckles call in Nas for this record, "Turn Up the Mic (Remix)," off their collab project.
Final version of Busta Rhymes and Twista's collaboration, “Can You Keep Up?”
N.O.R.E. calls in Raekwon and Styles P for his new single, "Google That."
Tragedy tha Beast puts down a lyrical assault over Meek Mill's single "Audemar" for his latest drop
Kirko Bangz calls in J.Cole for the remix to his single "Drank In My Cup."
Swizz Beatz enlists A$AP Rocky for his new single "Street Knock."
Lungz drops his new single, "Oh Boy!,” which appears on his upcoming EP, The Fraternity.
The highly anticipated track from Obie Trice's "Bottom's Up" featuring Eminem has made it's way onto the net
E-40 calls in Twista and T-Pain for this stand-out,"Tryna Get It," from his upcoming album
Sheek Louch & Ghostface Killah hit us with another track, “Flash Back,” while their camps gear up to drop the Wu Block album this summer.
Jamal Mar is gearing up to release his solo mixtape as he drops the first single,"Knockin"
Curren$y debuted 3 tracks, “No Squares,” “Stainless,” and “Sunroof” tonight on Shade
Big K.R.I.T.’s latest track, “I Got This,” was recently premiered by Shade45. Listen to the radio rip for now, and look-out for the post update
Busta Rhymes and Reek Da Villian jump on Rihanna and Chris Brown's “Cake" for the remix
Download/stream the complete and no DJ version of T.I.'s "I Need Dollas."
DJ Haze calls in Joell Ortiz, Cassidy, Nipsey Hussle & Dro Pesci for this new track, “Coast 2 Coast,” to celebrate the releases of his
B.O.B. returns with the 3rd single, "Where Are You (B.O.B. Vs. Bobby Ray)," from his forthcoming, Strange Clouds, album
Tha IntaVention's A-Way releases the first official track, “I Love Money, “ from his upcoming project
Skooda Chose calls in Co-Still and they drop an anthem for the streets in the form of "Uncle Remus."
This came out of left field, as Charles Hamilton has decided to throw some bars in J.Cole's direction.
CDQ/DJ Free version of Wale's single that bears the name of the Angels first baseman.
Jeanyus enlists Infamous for a lyrical assault over a beat that is also produced by Infamous