Last summer, Trinidad Jame$ had a certified smash with “All Gold Everything.” But, as many called even back then, the jig is up. Let this Westwood Crib Sessions freestyle by the Atlanta rapper stand as undeniable evidence of his knack for serving up struggle raps.
It’s clearly open season on Drake‘s “Pound Cake” instrumental. After a standout entry from the LOX yesterday, Chicago MC Lupe Fiasco steps up with a worthy take of his own titled “Pound of Flesh (Paris, Tokyo 2).”
Danny Brown found himself in the hot seat while visiting Shade 45’s Sway In The Morning crew. Because any rapper with a project on the way should have spare bars on hand, host Sway Calloway thought it appropriate to ask the Fool’s Gold MC to spit a quick 16.
Harlem’s Rugz D. Bewler and Philadelphia’s Dice Raw recently stopped through Sway In The Morning and held court with a fiery freestyle session.
This morning, we received a pair of new Future releases. One is a reworked version of FBG: The Movie standout “Chosen One” and the other is a freestyle from DJ Esco’s Freshly Baked 2 mixtape.
Black Thought demonstrated his lyrical prowess once again on the Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Show. The Roots MC used Super Mario Bros. as his inspiration and spit some creative bars over a re-worked version of the original video game’s theme song.
You can consider Pitbull to be an expert on all things Cuba. The Miami rapper dropped his own freestyle take on Jay-Z’s much discussed new song, “Open Letter.” Pit uses his version to drop some Cuban history, good and bad, and to comment on the political chit chatter Hova and Beyoncé’s wedding anniversary trip has caused.
Although most known as Eminem’s closest friend, late rapper Proof established himself in the 90s as one of Detroit’s most formidable rhymers. . Marking seven years since the MC’s passing, he was shot and killed on April 11, 2006, Paul Rosenberg unearthed some rare audio, with Shady Records sharing a visual treat from the vaults. The […]
Josh Jarboe will either be chosen late in this year’s NFL Draft or be at least invited to a team’s training camp. However, the former Arkansas State receiver’s college career almost ended before it started thanks to his past rapper aspirations.
Outside of his most recent groove “Fine China,” Chris Brown has been very adamant about rapping as of late. So much so that he kicked a quick 16 at the forum of bars, better known as the Funkmaster Flex Show on Hot 97. Ironically or not, Flex spun Drake’s “Started From the Bottom” instrumental, and […]
The latest MCs to 106 & Park’s “The Backroom” and kick some freestyles is Joey Bada$$ and the Pro Era crew.