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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%.

With The Healing Component releasing on Friday (Sept. 23), Mick Jenkins provides a sample of what’s to come with “Fall Through.”

As we reach the midway point of September, Danny Brown’s long-awaited Atrocity Exhibition album is just over the horizon. Today, the Detroit rapper whet appetites with another early offering from the project.

If Rihanna’s ANTI album is the topic of the conversation, the bonus track “Sex With Me (Remix)” is the clearcut hood favorite. Today, the Internets receive a remix courtesy of Fabolous and Trey Songz.

Donnie Trumpet and The Social Experiment celebrated the one-year anniversary of their acclaimed album Surf by delivering an unreleased song titled “The First Time,” featuring their closest collaborator Chance The Rapper.

Here it is, the moment we’ve (read: this writer) been waiting for. Readying his Layers album for an April 15 release, Royce Da 5’9 premieres the title track, featuring rap heavyweights Pusha T and Rick Ross.

It’s officially A$AP Ferg season, with his long-awaited debut album Always Strive And Prosper arriving on April 22.

Toronto-based Electronic duo Zeds Dead is readying a new album, due to release later this year via their new Deadbeats label. Today (Mar. 1), they return with “Back Home,” a song featuring Freddie Gibbs.

Two-9 is like Atlanta’s own Voltron in its mechanical make up, consisting of oft-solo rapper Curtis Williams and two groups Retro Su$h! (Jace and Ceej) and FatKidsBrother (Johnny and Dave). Sometimes operating as a group, other think tank of solo rhymers and producers, their approach is sometimes unique but always united.

Rick Ross continues his giving streak, gifting fans with a new Jahlil Beats-produced track titled “Work.”

The Game delivers a visual for “Ryda,” featuring Dej Loaf, from is upcoming The Documentary II album.

Mike WiLL Made-It’s Ear Drummers Records houses two groups. One is a dynamic duo who prefer bad women, while the other, a troop of rappers called Two-9, return today with “Full House.”