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Bruno Mars continues his hot streak with “Versace On the Floor,” a lovey–dovey track set to appear on his upcoming album 24K Magic.

With the help of Nas as an executive producer, Netflix promises that their forthcoming series The Get Down will be an authentic depiction of Hip-Hop’s inception in The Bronx during the late 70s. Today, Miguel’s contribution to the soundtrack arrives on the Internets.

Tracks dedicated to 4/20 continued to roll in during the afternoon and night hours on Wednesday night. Erykah Badu delivered the most entertaining song of the bunch with “I Been Goin Thru It All.”

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.

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.

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.

With 2015 nearing its close, A$AP Ferg takes an opportunity to reflect on a tumultuous year that claimed the life of his close friend A$AP Yams with “Tatted Angel.”

As one of the most used instrumentals in the game, “The Motto,” gets another suitor. Grafh tries his hand at Drake‘s club smash, with the assistance of a little “professional” eye candy by his side. Check the video.