Statik Selektah

Method Man is lighting up television screens with Power Book II: Ghost performance, but he reminded us he still has bars and flexes his lyrical muscle on the new track for Evil Dead: The Game.

The song titled  "Bastard Child" surfaced over the weekend, and it features an instrumental produced by Statik Selektah. On the song, Biggie flexes his lyrical muscle and showcases the great storytelling skills that he was known for.

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.”

Well, today has been exciting for Hip-Hop fans. As if an epic posse cut from Kanye West and a sure-shot summer anthem from DJ Khaled and Drake weren’t enough, the Internets received Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa, and producer TM88′s TGOD Mafia:Rude Awakening project and a bouncy Travi$ Scott track titled “Pick Up The Phone,” featuring Young Thug and Quavo.

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.

A$AP Twelvyy foresees a career year in 2016, going as far as to proclaim that 2015 is his “last year being broke.”

After finding inspiration in Boosie Badazz’s recent bout with cancer, Young Thug returns with a track aptly titled “F*ck Cancer,” featuring Migos’ own Quavo.

Musicians give back in more ways than one around Thanksgiving, whether it be a charitable deed or an audible treat. Chris Brown did a bit a both, with the latter being a new track titled “Fine By Me.”

Jay Rock is the next artist slated to wave the TDE flag with his upcoming project. He whets appetites in the meantime with a track titled “Gumbo.”

Representing Detroit, Dej Loaf and Big Sean, reconnect on the former’s new track “Back Up.”

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.

Packed with haunting piano keys is Statik Selektah’s latest What Goes Around leak, “Long Time,” featuring Action Bronson.