Friday, September 30, 2016

Currensy – 9/30 (Mixtape)





Spitta almost let two full calendar months pass without dropping a mixtape or EP. Even though he’s been dropping loosies, videos and episodes of his Rap N Lowriders series, that much of a stretch with out a proper project is not the 2016 Spitta we’ve become accustomed to. Tonight he squeezes a new 8-track mixtape in right before the end of September with his appropriately titled 9/30. He’s got appearances from Fiend, Cornerboy P, Marcelo, TY and C-Sick on this one.

Stream and download below.

Watch A$AP Rocky & Key! Premiere “Crazy Brazy” on MTV Labs





Having just been announced as the new Creative Director of MTV Labs, a new joint venture between the network and his AWGE firm, A$AP Rocky stopped by the channel today to premiere his new track “Crazy Brazy” featuring Atlanta’s Key! Check out their performance in the video below at the 9:00 minute mark.
Produced by Wavy Wallace.

UPDATED with the CDQ version which also features A$AP Twelvyy.

KiD CuDi ft. Pharrell – Surfin





KiD CuDi’s new album, Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’, was supposed to be out today, but he tweeted out a disappointing message to his fans yesterday saying the project was going to be delayed for a minute due to clearance issues. It’s not a total wash though because he has now shared his Pharrell collab “Surfin” which you can check out below.

Video: Meek Mill – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle (Game, Beanie Sigel Diss)





“Riding down Broad Street in that ‘Bach again, I bully niggas I’m like Mack again”

Uh-oh.

Drake catches it too, Yah check out that Tax Season podcast.

D.I.T.C ft. Fat Joe, Lord Finesse & Diamond D – Rock Shyt





The legendary Pioneer Bronx crew D.I.T.C today announced a new album called Sessions that they have announced a release for October 28th. They have also liberated the tracklist, which features appearances from pretty much the entire crew, plus the lead single “Rock Shyt” featuring Lord Finesse, Diamond D and Fat Joe going in over a glorious guitar riff.


Continue below to stream.

Saigon – Blessing





On his new “pro-gun anthem”, Saigon looks to explain the “other side” of the gun control debate in America.
In his words:
This is a track that gives the other angle of legal and illegal firearms in this Country. It sorta depicts the “Id rather be caught with it than without it” mentality alot of inner city kids have today when it comes to carrying guns….. Is it right or wrong? You be the judge.
Saigon mentions the mentality of preferring to be “judged by 12” over being “carried by six”, and in some of our neighborhoods that can be a very valid concept. Not to mention that many of the pro-gun NRA maniacs in this country are hopeless racists who would sooner shoot a Black man than give him directions.


Blacks arming themselves against racial violence is a grand tradition that goes back to the end of the Civil War and it’s an idea that I'd support.



Listen to “Blessing” below.

Video: Maxo Kream – Out The Front Door





Maxo Kream’s visuals are wild. He’s reporting live from the trap house in his latest, for “Out The Front Door”, off The Persona Tape.

Video: Gucci Mane ft. Rick Ross – Money Machine





New hitter Gucci Mane featuring Young Renzel, off the upcoming Woptober album.

Continue below to check out Gucci and Young Thug’s new XXL cover.

Jay Z Inks TV & Film Deal with The Weinstein Company





Jay Z has inked a two-year, first-look deal with The Weinstein Company, the film studio run by Hollywood virtuosos Bob and Harvey Weinstein according to a report from Deadline. The deal will give the Weinstein brothers dibs on upcoming movie and television projects developed by Jay and his team and covers a number of projects already in the works. Jay wet his feet in the world of film as a producer on Jamie Foxx’s Annie remake, Chris Rock’s Top Five and the Baz Luhrmann-directed The Great Gatsby.


From Deadline:

“I’m excited to tell stories from real-life prophets, whom through their struggles have changed the world for the better, and others whose stories are filled with fantasy and delight,” Jay Z said in a statement. “Harvey and David are visionaries both of whom have done this time and time again. I’m already passionate about what we currently have in the pipeline and I’m looking forward to discovering others.”

Rae Sremmurd – Black Beatles (Live on Kimmel)





Here are the Sremm Brothers putting in a particularly lit performance of their single “Black Beatles” for the Jimmy Kimmel Live! audience. Last night, Jimmy had a pretty funny sketch that threw Kanye into the trailer for the new HBO series Westworld, so continue below to check out Kanye Westworld as well as another Rae Sremmurd performance of “No Type”.

Lil Durk – Perky’s Callin (Remix)





Lil Durk drops his take on Future’s “Perky’s Callin” with a new remix that is less about the lure of those pills and more about reminiscing over simpler times and lost homies.

He speaks to FADER:

Perky’s Calling (remix)’ is just taking my fans down memory lane from when before I started rapping. When I was in the streets before the fame. At times I reminisce on all of my fallen soldiers when I heard this beat all of this came off top I didn’t write it down I just let it flow.

Listen below.

The Game ft. Jason Derulo – Baby You





Game is out here with this sh*ts. First, he fires with one of the most controversial beefs we’ve seen all year, then he falls back to enjoy the fallout and drops a fluffy Jason Derulo assisted single.

Listen below and look for the new album 1992 to drop October 14th.

Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad ft. Method Man – Bulletproof Love





Marvel’s new Netflix-backed series Luke Cage is clearly looking good. i peeped a few episodes. All rap fans must check it. This updated take on the bulletproof Black super-hero introduced by the legendary comic company in the early 70’s is being helmed by veteran Hip-Hop journalist, screenwriter and producer Cheo Hodari Coker and a quick look at the trailer will tell you that it contains a number of references to the culture and the music. On top of that, the show is being scored by A Tribe Called Quest’s Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Adrian Younge, who also produced an original soundtrack which we’re getting our first taste of today via “Bulletproof Love” featuring Method Man.

Listen below and catch Luke Cage on Netflix now.

Video: Deniro Farrar – Duality





Deniro Farrar continues to eschew the traditional material trappings of your typical Rap video, as he did in “Consistently Inconsistent”, in his second video in as many weeks from the Mind of A Gemini album.

CZARFACE (Inspectah Deck, 7L & Esoteric) – Two In The Chest






Right after their latest drop of the Marvel commissioned “All In Together Now”, Inspectah Deck, Esoteric and 7L drop “Two In The Chest” a new track from their next project, A Fistful of Peril. The new album will feature appearances from Psycho Les of The Beatnuts, Conway, Blacastan, Meyhem Lauren and RAST RFC. Continue below to listen and check out the full tracklist for the LP which arrives on November 4th.

Video: Monty ft. Fetty Wap – Right Back





Monty enjoys some opulence in the new visual for his single “Right Back” featuring fellow Remy Boy Fetty Wap.

Freddie Gibbs Acquitted in Austrian Sexual Assault Case





Freddie Gibbs has been acquitted of sexual assault in a case that has kept him incarcerated in Austria for the last several months. Gibbs was arrested back in June after a woman alleged that he drugged her drink and assaulted her while she was incapacitated backstage at one of his shows. Although he strenuously denied the charges, he was charged with the crime in August and things did not look good for the Gary, IN rapper’s chances of walking free. But walk free he has, as he has now been exonerated by a court in Vienna. According to a statement from his attorney, Gibbs is understandably ecstatic and is on his way back to the States to reunite with his family.


Continue below to read the full statement.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Dave East – Kairi Chanel (Mixtape)





Dave East drops his new project Kairi Chanel which is technically a mixtape, but for what it's worth, this sounds like an album. East is poised to take his already flourishing career to new heights, and just inking his  new deal with Def Jam with Nas on-board as executive producer of his first project there. So that should be fun. Here we have 15 brand new drops with guest appearances from the likes of Cam’ron, Fabolous, Beanie Sigel, The Game and 2 Chainz, as well as production by Cardo, Tha Jerm and longtime collaborators Buda & Grandz.

Stream below.

Ab-Soul ft. Da$H – Huey Knew





Ab-Soul rides with Da$H on a crazy new cut called “Huey Knew”, produced by Willie B.

Listen below via Apple Music.

Apollo Brown & Skyzoo – The Easy Truth (Album Stream)





That Apollo Brown and Skyzoo should come together for a joint album is a no-brainer. The Detroit producer’s impeccably constructed tracks and Sky’s knack for meaningful bars are a match made in heaven. The Easy Truth is now available for your listening pleasure. The project weighs in at 15-tracks, with a very legit but concise guest list consisting of Joell Ortiz, Westside Gunn, Conway, Stalley and vocalist Patty Crash.

Stream below.

Young M.A. ft. 50 Cent – OOOUUU (Remix)





50 Cent becomes the latest MC to invest in the cottage industry that has popped up around remixes of Young M.A’s “OOOUUU” in the last couple of months.

Listen to his take below.

Joey Bada$$ & Pro Era on the Blank Face Tour (Pt. 1)





Here’s a new vlog from Joey Bada$$ and Pro Era chronicling their time on ScHoolBoy’s Blank Face Tour. Other than tearing down venues, they link with Denzel Curry to shoot a video, meet and greet some fans and Joey shares a few books he’s reading for a little Badmon Book Club segment. At around the 4:00 minute mark, listen up for a preview of a new collab between Joey and Cookin Soul that samples the theme from the Netflix series Narcos.

Video: Apollo Brown & Skyzoo ft. Joell Ortiz – A Couple Dollars





With their new collaborative effort The Easy Truth arriving tomorrow/tonight, Apollo Brown and Skyzoo drop a new video for their Joell Ortiz assisted banger “A Couple Dollars”.

Spot: AFH

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Robb Bank$ - C2: Death Of My Teenage (Mixtape)





Robb Bank$ drops his latest 12-track tape, C2: Death Of My Teenage. The only features are the SS associates that Robb Bank$ usually work with, and behind the boards he didn’t stray to far from the norm either with Nuri, Nuez and Indigochildrick making the most appearances.

Stream in full below.

SmooVth – SS96J (Album Stream)





SmooVth of The Winners, an independent crew known for high-quality grown-man Rap, dropped his new album SS96J this week. The title means Smoothest Since ’96 J, and SmooVth explains:

“When Jay-Z came in the game with his first album, he was the ‘voice of the hustlers.’ He brought a new style and confidence, with rhymes that made listeners visualize the street life through the eyes of a hustler. SS96J is my story. This is my Reasonable Doubt. I’m the smoothest since ’96 Jigga.”

The tape features guest appearances from fellow Winners representatives Hus Kingpin, Marvelous Mag, Sage Infinite and Sean Rosati, as well as Planet Asia, Killer Ben and Big Twins.

Stream below and purchase via your preferred digital retailer.

Video: KAYTRANADA – You’re The One





After the drop of his debut album 99.9%, and the release of his new mix 0.001%, KAYTRANADA hits us with a new video for “You’re The One”. Directed by Shomi Patwary, the video is inspired by classic 90’s sitcoms such as Martin and Living Single, as well as the Eddie Murphy classic Coming To America.

French Montana Talks Max B’s Case





French Montana had a recent conversation on Hot 97 speaking with Funkmaster Flex about how Max B can get a huge break in his case that should see him coming home within the next few years. French stated the details reported by the NY Daily News the day after the story broke, that Max’s sentence has been reduced from 75 to 20 years and he could be home in as few as 2 for good behavior.


French says Max could still potentially be in for 6 more years if he runs into any issues while serving the rest of his sentence. He also talks about being the courtoom when Max blew trial and his new relationship with Iggy Azaela.

Video: The Game – Pest Control (Meek Mill Diss)





The Game heads to the streets of Baltimore and Brooklyn’s Pink Houses in his new video for the brutal Meek Mill, Beanie Sigel and Sean Kingston diss, “Pest Control”. Meanwhile, on the other side, it hasn’t even been 10 days since Meek’s response dropped and his associates already stalled on Beanie Sigel. Nothing good is going to come of this, and I love it.

Monday, September 26, 2016

Video: Nipsey Hussle ft. Bino Rideaux & Dave East – Clarity





Nipsey Hussle, Dave East and Bino politic at a recent performance in the new visual for “Clarity” which dropped back in July.

Video: Joell Ortiz & Domingo ft. Chris Rivers, Big Daddy Kane, Token & Snow Tha Product – Kill At Will (The Final Chapter)





Joell Ortiz and Domingo expand their track “Kill At Will,” from last year’s That’s Hip-Hop project, to include Big Daddy Kane, Chris Rivers and Snow Tha Product. This version, which everybody bodied, will appear on Domingo’s new compilation, That’s Hip-Hop: Generation Next. Check out the new animated video above.

Video: French Montana – Brick Road (Prod. by Harry Fraud)





French Montana hits the streets of Tokyo in his latest video for “Brick Road” produced by Harry Fraud. Check the Joey Bada$$ cameo & look out for the MC4 album to drop October 14th.

DeJ Loaf – Beef N Broccoli





DeJ Loaf drops off a new one that takes its name from the classic Timberland colorway.

Listen below.

1000volts (Redman & Jayceeoh) – B*tch I’m Lit





Redman and Jayceeoh drop a new one from their collaborative project 1000volts called “B*tch I’m Lit”. 

Check it out below.

Video: Jim Jones – Bag On Me





Jimmy vamps out in a new video for his remix of A-Boogie’s “Bag On Me”. Directed by Kid Art.

Video: Juicy J – How It Go





Juicy hits the Gucci store hard and works on his gold swing out in Vegas in the new video for “How It Go”, off that Lit In Ceylon tape.

Quavo – My Pockets





Here’s a new solo cut from Quavo of the Migos produced by Murda Beatz.

Listen below.

Beanie Sigel Performs “Beanie (Mack Bitch)” in Philly





This past Friday night, the Bad Boy Reunion Tour swung through the City of Brotherly Love and Puff brought out hometown hero Beanie Sigel for a rousing performance of “Beanie (Mack Bitch)” that lit the venue on fire. Following the performance he declared, “The real king of Philly is back!” Indeed he is.

Watch below.

Video: Gucci Mane – All My Children





As he prepares to flood the streets once again with his impending Woptober tape, Gucci revisits Everybody Looking with a new animation for “All My Children”.

Lloyd Banks – All or Nothing: Live It Up (Mixtape)





As promised, Lloyd Banks delivers his new mixtape with DJ Drama, All Or Nothing: Live It Up. The 15-track tape features appearances from Tony Yayo, Prodigy, Styles P, Vado and Joe Budden and can be streamed and downloaded below.

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Common ft. Stevie Wonder – Black America Again (Full Version)





Common, one of the most prolific and consistent sources of being woke, dropped a powerful new single the other day called “Black America Again” via a music video. The song is the title track from his next album and it carries on the grand tradition of enlightenment that has defined his career, tackling racial injustice and police brutality in an elegantly effective manner.

Below, you’ll find the extended full version of the track which includes an additional Common verse where he goes in even harder than he did on the first version.

Tory Lanez ft. Rick Ross – Super Freaky





Tory Lanez and Rick Ross channel the spirit of Rick James on a new banger called “Super Freaky”. Co-produced by Tory, Reazy Renegade and Play Picasso.

Listen below.

Lil Uzi Vert – Ready Set Go (VLone)





Lil Uzi Vert comes through with a new one produced by DP Beatz called “Ready Set Go” that finds him repping especially hard for A$AP Bari’s VLone clothing line.

Listen below.

Polyester the Saint ft. Curren$y – Friday





Polyester the Saint taps Spitta for a new cut called “Friday”, off the upcoming deluxe version of his album American Muscle. Produced by Doc Uno.

Listen below and look for American Muscle SS to drop soon.

Friday, September 23, 2016

Video: T.I. ft. Meek Mill, Quavo & RaRa – Black Man





T.I. dropped an extraordinarily woke new EP called Us Or Else last night, but unfortunately, you are only entitled to share in the enlightenment if you have a paid TIDAL subscription. TIDAL has been doing good by soliciting and highlighting socially conscious music over the last few months, but then they negate all of that by locking it away behind a paywall and opening up other stuff to the public seemingly at random. If anything, this is the shit you need to let people hear, regardless of whether they’re paying or not.

In any event, check out Tip’s new visual for “Black Man” featuring Meek Mill, Quavo and RaRa below, and stream (with a subscription of course!) the EP via TIDAL.

Tink – OOOUUU Freestyle





Everybody’s touching Young M.A.’s instro and now Tink wants in. Check out her new rework below.

CJ Fly – Now You Know





Pro Era’s CJ Fly lets go of a new single called “Now You Know”, produced by Matt Noble. This will appear on CJ’s upcoming FLYTRAP project.

Listen below.

Video: Ty Dolla Sign ft. Migos – ??? (Where)





Ty Dolla $ign wastes no time putting out a video for one of the standout tracks off his newly released Campaign mixtape, “??? (Where)” featuring the Migos.

Robb Bank$ & Da$H – Can’t Feel My Faxe





Robb Bank$ and Da$H connect on a new one called “Can’t Feel My Faxe” and well, it’s pretty hard.

Listen below.

Scotty ATL – Daily Bread (Album Stream)





Here’s Daily Bread, the new 11-track project from Scotty ATL. He’s joined on this by Jaydot Rain and Ty Dolla $ign on the emotional single “Bye Bye”.

Stream below.

Video: Gucci Mane ft. Young Dolph – Bling Blaww Burr





Off that Woptober, dropping 10/17.

Video: Redman – Wus Really Hood





Reggie Noble is back to go upside our heads with a new visual for “Wus Really Hood”, off his Mudface project.

Mickey Factz – 414 Words (Prod. by Nottz)





Mickey Factz is back and he’s got a new deal with Pharoahe Monch’s W.A.R. Media and a new project with Nottz on the way. Check out his new one “414 Words” below and look for The Achievement: circa ’82 to drop on October 28th.

Wale – Stay Winning





Wale hits us with another new one called “Stay Winning” featuring Afro B and Sneakbo as he continues to prep his new album S.H.I.N.E.

Listen below.

Mick Jenkins – The Healing Component (Album Stream)





Mick Jenkins drops his new album, The Healing Component. Been looking forward to this one on the strength of the two excellent singles “Drowning” and “Fall Through”. Frequent collaborator theMind shows up for a bunch of features and Mick is also joined by BadBadNotGood, NoName and Xavier Omär on various tracks.

Stream in full below.

Ty Dolla $ign – Campaign (Album Stream)





Ty Dolla $ign’s Campaign tape has arrived. Despite the generous amount of leaks Ty gave us ahead of today, this project is a whopping 16-tracks deep and there are still plenty of unreleased songs to check out here, including “Watching” with Meek Mill, “??? (Where)” featuring the Migos and a bonus remix of the title track with Future.

Stream in full below.

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Snyp Life ft. The LOX – NY90’s (Prod. by Psycho Les)





Y-O’s own Snyp Life is back with two new heaters off his upcoming EP Back Again, due out November 4th on D-Block/Distrolord Digital. First up we have “NY90’s” featuring Styles P, Sheek Louch and Jadakiss over a production by Psycho Les of The Beatnuts. Also included is the Pete Rock produced “Oh-No” with Louch.

Continue below to listen and check out the full Back Again tracklist.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Hus Kingpin - Social Media





The Winners' Hus Kingpin aka Lord Wavy is back with some new music. Produced by Wik101

Check out "Social Media" below.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Audio Push Interview & Freestyle on Ebro In The Morning





With their new album 90951 dropping Friday, Price and Oktane of the collective Audio Push drop by Ebro In The Morning to speak on their upcoming LP, Price’s BBQ restaurant and getting fan love from KiD CuDi during his recent Twitter rant. At about the 6:00 mark, they insist on Rosenberg to throw on some beats their young peers tend to fall back on and they go in with an absurd freestyle.

Check it out up top and then continue below for yet another 90951 drop, “Praise You” featuring Musiq Soulchild.

TM88 ft. OG Maco, Duke & T-Shyne – 2 Day





TM88 taps OG Maco, Duke and T-Shyne for “2 Day”, a follow up to last week’s “Been Through Alot” with Young Thug and Lil Yachty.

Listen below.

Video: Torae ft. 3D Na’Tee – Crown





Torae and 3D Na’Tee illustrate the ridiculousness encountered by men and women of color in America in their new video for “Crown”, off Torae’s Entitled LP, out now.

Video: G Herbo – Been Havin





G Herbo enjoys the spoils of his hectic tour schedule in his new video for “Been Havin”, produced by C-Sick. Look out for Herb’s debut album to be announced soon.

Video: Alex Wiley ft. Chance The Rapper, Calez & GLC – Navigator Truck/Spaceship II





Alex Wiley hits us in the head with a stop-motion dual video for “Navigator Truck” and “Spaceship II”, both of which features Chance The Rapper as well as Calez and GLC respectively. Look out for Wiley’s upcoming project, Synthia Act I: Stoner Symphony.

Young M.A. Breaks Down the “OOOUUU” Lyrics on Verified





On the latest episode of the new Genius series Verified, Young M.A. breaks down the lyrics to her smash hit “OOOUUU”.

Video: Lil Yachty – Never Switch Up





Lil Yachty’s latest video for “Never Switch Up”, off the Lil Boat mixtape, also features a brief episode of Noisey Raps highlighting a couple of shows at The Observatory in Santa Ana.

Scotty ATL ft. Ty Dolla $ign – Bye Bye





On the new touching track “Bye Bye”, Scotty ATL speaks on a four week period were 4 of his people had been taken from him. Overall, he’s lost 9 people close to him in 2016 and you can hear all of that pain in the song, which also features Ty Dolla $ign. He spoke to FADER he had a hard time recording this and it’s still not easy for him to listen to it. On Thursday he’s dropping his new project, Daily Bread, so be sure to look out for that.

Listen below.

Mick Jenkins – Fall Through





Here’s new one from the upcoming Mick Jenkins project, The Healing Component.

Listen below.

Video: Juicy J – The Green Carpet





After releasing his latest tape Must Be Nice, Juicy returns to the Lit In Ceylon mixtape for his latest visual, the TM88 produced “Green Carpet”.

Video: Rick Ross – Same Hoes





Rozay enjoys the company of hundreds of friends and beautiful women at the MMG Weekend pool party in his new visual for “Same Hoes”.

Apollo Brown & Skyzoo ft. Westside Gunn & Conway – Basquiat On The Draw





Check out  the latest leak from Apollo Brown and Skyzoo’s The Easy Truth LP is “Basquiat On The Draw” featuring Westside Gunn and Conway and as expected, this goes off.

Listen below.

The Game – Pest Control (Meek Mill Diss)





The Game vs. Meek Mill conflict continues as Chuck Taylor goes back in over the same Young M.A. beat Meek used for his response. Not content to keep his sights on Rahmeek alone, Game puffs out his chest and returns fire to Beanie Sigel and sends some shots at Sean Kingston as well. Listen to “Pest Control” below.


UPDATE: Game stopped by Wendy Williams’ show to talk about his static with Meek and his infamous claim on “Sauce” about sleeping with 3 Kardashians. Watch below.

Nipsey Hussle ft. J-Stone & GI Joe – Get Paid





The Marathon continues. Check out Nipsey’s “Get Paid” featuring J-Stone and GI Joe, below. Produced by Mike and Keys.

Check it out.

Punch – 40 Years





TDE’s Punch is back with new music to feed your soul. On “40 Years” the neverending violence plaguing his Watts neighborhood.

About the song he explains:
this song is dedicated to the 40 something year civil war that has ripped watts ca, apart. a war between families divided by the train tracks. my heart goes out to all of us who have lost someone due to this war.
Listen below.

Lloyd Banks – Reap What You Sow





Now when's the last time you heard this guy? Lloyd Banks, who has been way overdue for a new solo project, has announced that his next project All Or Nothing: Live It Up will arrive on September 25th. Last night he shared the first release from the tape, “Reap What You Sow”, produced by Tha Jerm.

Listen below.

Audio Push ft. Hit-Boy – Leftside





Just a few days from the release of their full-length debut, Audio Push let one more record fly, the Hit-Boy featured “Leftside”.

Listen below.

Gucci Mane ft. Young Dolph – Bling Blaww Burr





Gucci Mane delivers “Bling Blaww Burr”, the second release from his recently announced Woptober project, which is due on 10/17 (see what he did there). He’s joined by Young Dolph on the Metro Boomin produced cut, which you can download now when you pre-order the new album.


Listen below.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Kool A.D. – Peyote Karaoke (Mixtape)





Oh just another 100-track mixtape from Kool A.D. The boy is starting to reach Gucci levels of output now, as this is the 5th tape he’s dropped so far this year by my count and his third 100 song offering in less than a year’s time. Guests on this latest joint include Despot, Toro Y Moi and Lakutis.

Continue below to stream and download via Bandcamp.

Video: CornerBoy P – Still





Cornerboy P lets us know he’s still out here in his latest visual from the recently released Clientele mixtape.

Grafh – C.R.E.A.M Freestyle





For his latest freestyle, Grafh liberates the Wu-Tang classic “C.R.E.A.M” the only way he can.

Listen below.
 

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