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It appears that Sampha’s long awaited debut album, Process, is just over the horizon. At least that’s what fans (read: yours truly, as well) hope to be the case, as he debuts a new song titled “Blood On Me.”

Don’t sleep. Nipsey Hussle has been on a tirade, and has mounds of new material to show for his upcoming album. Along with a visual for “Picture Me Rolling,” the South Central LA wordsmith returns today with a new track titled “I Don’t Stress.”

There’s proper execution, and there’s a level above that according to Def Jam’s Logic. In comes “Flexicution,” a newly released track by beloved wordsmith.

The Weeknd goes jacking for beats, but don’t worry, he comes in peace. Abel delivers a remix of his associate Bryson Tiller’s T R A P S O U L standout “Rambo.”

Tomorrow (Mar. 10), four years of blood, sweat, tears, and building a strong fanbase will culminate for Flatbush Zombies, as the group delivers their debut album 3001: A Laced Odyssey. Before then, they offer fans one last teaser with “This Is It.”

As promised, A$AP Mob continued their Wavy Wednesdays campaign with the release of two new tracks from within the camp.

Jay Electronica, a prodigious MC if there ever was one, drops music when he damn well pleases, a trait that makes him a rap unicorn. Sticking to his “strategy,” he returns today with “The Curse Of Mayweather.”

A$AP Twelvyy foresees a career year in 2016, going as far as to proclaim that 2015 is his “last year being broke.”

After finding inspiration in Boosie Badazz’s recent bout with cancer, Young Thug returns with a track aptly titled “F*ck Cancer,” featuring Migos’ own Quavo.

Dreamville’s Cozz will release his Nothin Personal LP later today (Jan. 4). Because the rising MC is generous, fans get an early listen at its second single “Who Said.”

This edition of Wired Track’s features new releases from two of rap’s most promising newcomers: Casey Veggies and Vic Mensa.

Another day, another 2 Chainz track, or that just happens to be the reality with his Trapavelli Tre mixtape that much closer to releasing.