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The duo of Rae Sremmurd who have reached success with ‘No Flex Zone’ and ‘No Type‘ are back with another record and the video for it. This is the full version of ‘Illest N*gga Walkin’ which you might have heard a snippet of when they performed it live some months back. Their next song will come on December 9th and will feature Nicki Minaj and Young Thug.

The full version is below with visuals


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Luda drops off another freestyle, this time over a beat that’s not so old. He goes in on Rozay’s Hood Billionaire intro of the same name which the video just dropped for. The Burning Bridges EP is due December 16th and you can view the official artwork and tracklist here.

Listen to this instalment below.


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Everybody seems to be hating Iggy right now for beating Drake and Eminem for the Hip-Hop/Rap artist award at the AMAs last week. In promotion of her new re-release Reclassified, she appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night to perform one of the new songs ‘Beg For It’. Watch her life performance below.


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Jagged Edge continue to push ‘Getting Over You’ with another remix to the record. Last time, we heard Styles P drop a verse on the song but now, Wu-Tang’s Ghostface Killah lends a hand. This also serves as promo for the rapper as his solo album 36 Seasons will be in stores on December 9th.

Check out the second remix below. Which one do you prefer?


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A lot of rappers seem to be getting the television look as of late, not bad. This time, Rick Ross hit the Jimmy Kimmel stage without K. Michelle to vibe out to his single ‘If They Knew‘ which the intimate video only just dropped for. Check out those visuals here.

Watch the performance below.


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Plies is back with another new video from his latest Da Last Real Nigga Left 2 mixape. Produced by DDS, the same person responsible for Def Loaf’s ‘Try Me’.