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OVO Sound made its debut on Apple’s Beats 1 in style, premiering three records, including a remix of Wizkid’s “Ojuelegba,” featuring Drake. The track’s other guest, Skepta, releases a CDQ of the collab today.


Following today’s video round-up, Hip-Hop Wired keeps the music coming with a list of tracks we missed. Artists featured include Oddisee and Phonte, Rich The Kid, and more.

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Rick Ross gets passionate around NBA Finals season (especially when the Miami Heat are in the mix) and has been known to dedicate a song to the annual affair in the past, but his clique has grown exponentially since his last audible treat. “Finals 2,” however, is a family affair, featuring Wale, Rockie Fresh, Gunplay, Fat Trel, Tracy […]

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MMG newcomer Tracy T isn’t in the business of talking out issues. Instead, he boasts about his “Shooters” in a new visual for his Rick Ross-assisted cut.

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MMG affiliate DJ Scream is the latest master of the ones and twos set to release a major label album. From it, we receive a track called “Always,” featuring his rapper friends Que, Gunplay, Waka Flocka Flame, and Tracy T.

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After offering up some behind the scenes content, Rick Ross delivers the visual for his rattling street single “War Ready,” featuring Jeezy. Directed by TAJ, the clip is cinematic as expected.

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MMG’s newest recruit Tracy T received his biggest look to date on Rick Ross’ rowdy street single “War Ready,” but it’s time for the rising rapper to show and prove on his own. That said, the Atlanta native returns with a visual for “16,” featuring Meek Mill.

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Looks like it didn’t take Fat Trel long to adopt MMG’s principle on mass visual output. That said, the rhymer returns with a clip for his “Shhh (Remix),” featuring Tracy T and Rick Ross.

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Of the ever present club anthems, none currently have an impact like Future’s “Sh!t.” A song’s growing popularity is naturally followed by remixes from other MCs, and today, the Internets receive one from Maybach Music Group’s Fat Trel.