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Representing Brownsville, Brooklyn, Ka returns with a gift in tow. Particularly his fourth studio album Honor Killed the Samurai.

Action Bronson‘s Vice series F*ck, That’s Delicious has taken much of his time. But he managed to find a moment to record a track called “Mr. 2 Face” while traveling the world with his day one homies (including fellow Queens rapper Meyhem Lauren) and eating decadent cuisine.

Rick Ross is pressing forward, while facing some serious allegations, as he continues to release a barrage of new music. Today, he delivered a new track titled “Babies Cry.”

Singer-songwriter James Fauntleroy is notorious for sending listeners into a emotional place affectionately known as “The Feels.” His new song, “Broken Heart Broken Eyes,” is no different.

The contents of Gucci Mane’s many external hard drives are the rapper’s personal Contra cheat code, giving him plenty ammo to remain relevant while behind bars.

Songstress Kehlani is quite possibly one of music’s next superstars. Taking a moment to appreciate her new mixtape, You Should Be Here, Hip-Hop Wired highlights the Chance The Rapper-assisted cut “The Way” in Wired Tracks.

Curren$y came bearing an audible gift called “Life 2 Die For,” which happens to be the highlighted track in today’s Wired Tracks.

Rap’s innovative and early adopting listeners became privy to Minneapolis’ own Allan Kingdom’s music during his successful 2014 campaign. Then came “All Day,” the monstrous Kanye West single that doubled as the newcomer’s coming out party.

Progression is what you can expect to hear anytime Black Milk returns with new heat. His new track is titled “I Guess.”

Yesterday, it was Problem in the spotlight. Twenty-four hours later, the rapper returns on a new track by fellow West  Coast spitter Bad Lucc called “Top of the Diamond.”

With Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf officially in stores, The Game delivers some supporting content in the form of a visual for “THOT,” featuring Problem, Huddy, and Bad Lucc.

To some, Salva is a new face, but he’s actually an established Los Angeles DJ who’s developed a cult following. That’s why he was able to rally up some of the city’s best MCs in ScHoolboy Q, Kurupt, Problem, and Bad Lucc to collaborate on “Drop That B**ch.”