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Rae Sremmurd’s Sremmlife 2 hasn’t garner the same attention of its predecessor, but everyone seems to have a favorite track on the project. Travi$ Scott clearly took a liking to the bonus track “Swang,” which he delivered a remix for via his DJ OG Chase B.

Travi$ Scott has an unfortunate history of his music leaking, a trend that continued with the premiere of his new single “Hooch” (released in accordance with the debut of his WAV. Beats 1 Radio show). Fortunately, the CDQ released today.

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.

On Friday (July 1), Snoop Dogg will deliver his 14th studio album Coolaid, from which he’s already released a Jeremih-assisted song called “Point Seen Money Gone” and “Kush Ups,” featuring Wiz Khalifa.

Today, Nipsey Hussle gives listeners a master class on a prominent inquiry in Los Angeles gang culture: “Where you from?” Of course, the lesson is packaged into a song titled “Question #1,” featuring Long Beach legend Snoop Dogg.

Every so often, Gucci Mane, from behind bars, reminds the rap game that he still owns the streets. He’s reportedly to be released on September 20, but before then he debuts a new project titled Meal Ticket.

Royce Da 5’9 drops a freebie EP titled Tabernacle: Trust the Shooter before his upcoming Layers album releases.

It’s been a long time coming, but Domo Genesis will finally release his debut album Genesis on March 25.

Ty Dolla $ign continues his scorching hot streak with an appearance on Race Banyon’s “What Are We Doing,” the latest gem from the ongoing Red Bull Sound Select music series.

Freddie Gibbs has been borderline maniacal with the bars, decimating each and every beat he lays vocal on like the evil genius of rap. After taking Kanye West’s “No More Parties In LA” to task, the ESGN general returns with The Beat Bully-produced “Money, Cash, Hoes.”

Rapper Mick Jenkins and Toronto jazz band BADBADNOTGOOD find a collaborative groove on “On The Map,” a cover of Sensei Blue’s hilarious song of the same title.