Lil Bibby

What’s a quality summer without a few playalistic tunes to ride out to? Atlanta’s own Rome Fortune returns with just that via a surprise project aptly titled VVORLDVVIDE PIMPSATION.

OVO Sound’s PARTYNEXTDOOR returns today with big news and a new track to boot.

When Gucci Mane claimed to have 30 children, all of whom are rappers, producers and DJs, that wasn’t a diss. Migos, three admitted descendants of Big Guwop, rhyme alongside their OG on a new track titled “Now.”

Lil Bibby is from the Cam’Ron school of “No Snitching.” In an interview with DJ Vlad, the Chicago-rapper says he will never talk to police, even if it comes to his mother getting shot.

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

Today’s Wired Tracks highlights new material from two women mastering their respective lanes: songstress Yuna and rapper Azealia Banks.

Freddie Gibbs, during an appearance on NPR’s Microphone Check podcast, said he’s lyrically comparable to highly lauded MCs Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole. The ESGN spitter didn’t hesitate to release new bars to back his claims, returning today with two new tracks.

With Black Market releasing this Friday (Dec. 4), Rick Ross gave DJ Enuff the green light to premiere his new track “Color Money.”

The scale in rap is balancing out, if talent is your sole barometer. As Drake’s star continued to rise, Kendrick Lamar seamlessly blended jazz with funk and soul music on a major label album, and Future evolved into the street’s favorite trap star, many of rap’s most compelling narratives of 2015 lived in the underground.

Lil Bibby is finally taking his dope show to the retail side with his upcoming album, FC3: The Epilogue (available for pre-order on iTunes now) on December 18, but in the meantime, he’s supplying the street with free samples once again with his new mixtape, Free Crack 3.

Rich Gang back? All signs say the answer is yes, as the Internets receive a pair of unreleased records from Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan, the first successful iteration of the Cash Money creation responsible for the gems heard on Tha Tour: Pt. 1.