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Marathon Mondays continues as Nipsey Hussle liberates a new track titled “Mark My Words,” featuring Rick Ross.

Montreal producer/DJ Kaytranada has a lot to be proud of after winning the 2016 Polaris Music Prize, which is essentially the Canadian album of the year award. So much so that he debuts a freebie mixtape titled 0.001%.

New music from Jeezy, Kirk Knight, Chief Keef and more below.

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.

French Montana embraces posse cuts like they’re kin to him. Especially records like the newly released single “Lose It,” featuring usual suspects Lil Wayne and Rick Ross.

Today’s edition of Hip-Hop Wired’s Daily Visuals highlights a new clip from A-Trak and Lex Luger’s “Who Wanna Play,” featuring Que.

Fashawn will debut his long-awaited sophomore album, The Ecology, in a week. Before then, he unleashes a new audible jewel called “Out The Trunk,” featuring Busta Rhymes.

Philadelphia native Ryshon Jones ushers in the new year with a thought provoking track titled “What iDesire iProtect.”

Atlanta’s own Que took a hiatus after delivering his Who Is Que EP earlier this year. With his return comes a new mixtape titled Can You Digg It, which releases today.

Back on wax is Que, the rapper who set the streets ablaze with “OG Bobby Johnson.” But this time, the Atlanta spitter softens his raspy growl in a track for the ladies, titled “Standout,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign.

Que has yet to deliver another song that’s hit like his smash record “OG Bobby Johnson,” but he’s returned with a proper remix for “Jungle Fever” from his Who Is Que EP.

SXSW 2014 has nearly run its course, but the nightly recaps are still rolling in. One event worth noting was the Brisk Bodega concert.