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Check out the best of today’s drops including work from Dizzy Wright featuring Big K.R.I.T., and Russ.

Four months ago, Danny Brown’s whereabouts were unknown. Now he’s back and delivering new music at rapid speeds as he gears up to release his long-awaited Atrocity Exhibition album on Sept. 30.

Thundercat returns with a feel good track groovy enough to extend summer a few weeks longer. It’s titled “Bus In the Streets.”

Along with “No Shopping,” which featured a Drake verse dissing Joe Budden, French Montana used Saturday’s OVO Sound Radio to premiere his new track “Two Times.” The CDQ arrives today.

Big K.R.I.T. has gone jacking for beats. And not just a one-off freebie release, but a 12 track bundle pegged the “12 for 12” freestyle series.

Christmas seriously rivals Thanksgiving in terms of being a holiday where being charitable means the most. Three of Los Angeles’ most brightest rap stars are getting together on Friday, December 18, to help their city’s most vulnerable citizens over in Skid Row.

Why fan’s think they can hop on stage while artists are performing and not risk bodily harm but sometimes pain is learning.

Jay Rock serves fans an audible feast just before Thanksgiving in the form of “Traffic Jam,” a full version  of the b-side on 90059‘s “Easy Bake.” 

E-40 The Gamespitta easily has one of the top 10 Hip-Hop joints of 2015 with heatrock-turned-championship Golden State Warriors anthem “Choices.”

Young Thug recently admitted that he favors the women’s inventory of clothing outlets above all but that still doesn’t make the latest accusation on the controversial rapper any less shocking.

Chance The Rapper released music sparingly between 2013’s Acid Rap and Donnie Trumpet’s album of the year candidate Surf, on which he provides major assistance. Since appearing on the latter, the buzzing MC blessed fans with a collaborative EP with Lil B and returns today with “Israel (Sparring),” featuring NoName Gypsy.

We’ve featured an assortment of tracks to expand your musical palettes in this installment of Wired Tracks.