Bodega Bamz

Joell Ortiz, Nitty Scott, MC and Bodega Bamz just dropped a surprise mixtape where all the beats were provided by Salaam Remi. We repeat, Joell Ortiz, Nitty Scott, MC and Bodega Bamz just dropped a surprise mixtape where all the beats were provided by Salaam Remi.

A pair of Young Thug records have surfaced on the Internets: a jamming new record in “Gangster Sh*t,” and the full version of a previously leaked song called “Friend of Scotty,” now featuring Ty Dolla $ign.

Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz joined forces on what most fans assumed to be a collaborative project in  ColleGrove. It turns out that the 13-track release was actually a Chainz with a ton of appearance from Tunechi, which explains why he only appeared on eight of its records.

In today’s Wired Tracks, Hip-Hop Wired highlights two fresh releases from a few of the West Coast’s finest MCs.

KAYTRANADA is as dynamic a producer as any of his peers. He’s currently readying his debut album 99.9%, from which he unveiled its lead single “Bus Ride,” featuring Karriem Riggins and vocalist River Tiber.

After promising a collaborative tape, which drops on Friday (March 4), Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz debut a new track called “Gotta Lotta.”

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.”

Curren$y is an one man factory, churning out music in massive amounts during an era where the artists we remember today are easily forgotten tomorrow.

Curren$y offers listeners an audible delight with a New Orleans touch, as he debuts his new, leading single “Bottom of the Bottle,” featuring August Alsina and Lil Wayne.

Tan Boys representative Bodega Bamz keeps it all in his New York City family on his new track “Bring Em Out,” featuring Flatbush Zombies.

Bankroll Fresh is climbing the ranks of Atlanta’s ever-present list of rising acts, and a major reason for that is his breakout single “Dope Boy Sh*t.” Today, hometown legend T.I. gives the up and comer a major co-sign on the remix.

Bodega Bamz gifted fans with a new late night freestyle titled “Light Work,” which finds the East Harlem representer grappling with Drake’s “6 God.”