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Big Up to Dr. Dre for becoming hip-hop’s first Billionaire by slapping his name on some headphones and getting the coolest athletes and celebs to wear them…. Meanwhile in these hip-hop internet streets there’s still hot music going viral. Take this new Young Jeezy “Me Ok” record for example. It’s an ode to how the snowman got himself into position in this rap game. “Me Ok” is right on time for the hot summer too. From Bankhead to Brooklyn, “Me Ok” is is definitely that hot trap shit to ride too.

Yo…I’m really beginning to ask myself what was Jeezy thinking by letting Freddie Gibbs get away. Gangsta Gibbs is one of the most slept on MC’s in rap music period. Earlier this year he dropped music an EP with acclaimed producer MadLib. Gibbs is set to drop another EP but this time with producer The World’s Freshest. The first taste off of it is “I Wanna Do It.”

A few years after the death of music legend Michael Jackson, new music is set to hit the airwaves from his new album Xscape. Usually music released after an artist’s unfortunate passing (unless it was completed in their lifetime) is missing…something. Timbaland and J Rocc gives Mike’s latest track “Loving You” the much needed mastery that MJ’s magic would have provided had he still been here with us.

One of the hottest names keeping ATL relevant in rap music’s rapidly changing landscape is the kid K Camp. Just a few seasons ago he was just an upcoming rapper. This summer, Kamp will the toast of many of the summer music festivals. His latest song “Slum Anthem” is already making the rounds in southern hip-hop circles. Shout to the homies The Supreme Team on the beat.

One of New York City’s most toasted MC’s as of late is Troy Ave. He’s on everybody that’s anybody’s remix – whether rap or R&B – these days. But the the credit in a feature still lies in who reaches out to you to feature on their track. Queens’ own Mayhem Lauren grabbed Troy up for his latest joint “Silk Pyramids.” Along with with a dope 16 from up & comer Retch, this is that real gritty late night N.Y. mixshow street hop, word to Kay Slay and Peter Rosenberg….