freestyle

One of the cooler things that 106 And Park have been doing lately is The Backroom freestyles. This time they snatch up the enigmatic Childish Gambino to spit a few bars on the show. Check it out below. 

Chief Keef’s song of the moment gets tackled by Slim Thugga and his cronies. Get a listen and download after the break. 

Twista goes in on Kendrick Lamar’s “The Recipe,” the only way he knows how. Get a listen after the jump. 

This dropped a couple of day ago, but better late than never. Kendrick Lamar blesses BET’s soon to be Terrence J and Rosci-less 106 & Park with a freestyle for its new “The Backroom” segment. Speaking of which, how are all those classic Rap City freestyles NOT online? Someone at BET make this a priority, please.

Jigga’s right hand man takes a stab at Chief Keef’s riot squad song. No offense to Bleek, but i’d much rather hear him on something new than a freestyle over someone else’s beat. Lazy remixes? That’s the ish I don’t like.

On Tuesday, May 29th, Phonte will be hosting Red Bull’s EmSee National Championship at Masquerade in Atlanta, Georgia. Red Bull EmSee is an invitation-only battle series designed to find the best freestyle rappers in the country and give them a national platform to show their skills and earn acclaim. Judged by David Banner, Big K.R.I.T, and DJ Premier; Emsee […]

Chris Brown releases the video for “Sweet Love,” which will be featured on his new album Fortune. The “Mercy” freestyle however is just something for fun, as he usually does. Swerve after the click. 

Shortly after dropping his freestyle for one G.O.O.D. Music single, Chris Brown takes on “Theraflu.” It’s seems like Breezy’s version of Kanye West’s “So Cold” is which is a Rihanna diss. What do you think about this one? Should he get back to singing? Is he rapping too much? Give it a listen after the jump.

Talk about chasing dreams, check out this vintage video of 13-year-old Meek Mill. In this short clip found over at VIBE, Meek and his struggle braids are spitting the the same ferocity and hunger that he spits with right now. Get a listen as he goes in over the “Dipset Anthem” instrumental.

Cipha Sounds asked ScHoolboy Q to spit some bars for co-host K. Foxx, who was not hip to the South Central L.A. MC, during a visit to Hot 97. ScHoolboy made a great first impression, leaving K. Foxx impressed by his abstract approach to emceeing. Check it out below.

Well according to J. Cole: “This is the original freestyle. How it was supposed to be heard before ni***s violated and chopped my s**t.” Alright, then. Never mind the confusion between this and Kirko, this record is fire. Check it out after the jump.

Freeway took a recent trip to Vegas and passed through the Bootleg Kev show to chop it up about a few things that he is working on. Philly Freezer spoke about two new projects he has on the way. Freedom of Speech is an upcoming mixtape sponsored by Karmaloop and Rocksmith clothing. The mixtape will precede […]