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Nipsey Hussle continues to bring heat via his Marathon Mondays series with his new track “Down As Great,” featuring Kirko Bangz.

To call producer Baauer a bad man behind the boards is an understatement. Today, he debuts a heater from upcoming album, Aa (pronounced “double a”), titled “Kung Fu.”

Progression is what you can expect to hear anytime Black Milk returns with new heat. His new track is titled “I Guess.”

Houston’s own Kirko Bangz returns with some new material to whet appetites in advance of his debut album Bigger Than Me. Here we have a visual for “Got It On Me,” featuring Migos.

Rapper Kirko Bangz returns with a visual for “Hoe,” featuring Yo Gotti and YG, from his long-awaited debut album Bigger Than Me. Let’s see how feminists feel about this record.

Former XXL Freshman Kirko Bangz has been relatively off the radar these past few months, but that changes today with the release of Progression 4. Following the current fad, the fourth installment of the Houston native’s mixtape series comes as a complete surprise.

Nipsey Hussle will let it be known that he’s a Westsider for life, as if his booming Crenshaw campaign wasn’t enough evidence to convince the general public otherwise.

Just days after debuting the record, Bun B returns with a visual for “Thriller” from his new album The Epilogue. Port Arthur and Houston connect, as Kirko Bangz assists with a catchy chorus on the track.

It’s all about Texas on this new track by Bun B called “Thriller,” featuring Kirko Bangz. The cut will appear on the UGK rapper’s upcoming album, The Epilogue.

Kirko Bangz returns to the fold with a new mixtape called Progression 3. The XXL Freshman gives fans 14 new tracks to whet appetites until he finally releases his long-awaited debut album, Bigger Than Me.

Kirko Bangz turns it up a notch on a new track titled “Cup Up Top Down.” With the assistance of the legendary Z-Ro, Paul Wall and Slim Thug, the Houston representation is heavy on this one.

After releasing the track in June, Kirko Bangz follows up with a visual for his ode to the expensive silky shirts that fill his closet called “Shirt By Versace.”