Watch: Audio Push G Delivers A Mean Freestyle on Power 106 Show LA Leakers

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Last Night (4/18/17), lyrical super duo AUDIO PUSH stopped by Los Angeles’ Power 106 hit radio show LA Leakers promoting their new mixtape The Throwaways and delivered a wicked freestyle over “Tunnel Vision” instrumentals. Proclaiming “team no writtens ” Oktane and Price went back and forth off the top for an astonishing six minutes.

‘The Throwaways’ mixtape available now.


Blax Follows Up His G.R.A.M.Z Assisted Single “Nothin” with New Freestyle “Used To This”

BLAX follows up his recent single “Nothin” featuring G.R.A.M.Z. with a new freestyle over Future and Drake’s “Used To This.” Lyrically, Blax holds nothing back. He consistently gives us more reason to become a fan and proof that he should be someone to watch for. His word play is phenomenal with standout lyrics such as: “Out of pocket? You get out of body. Autopilot that automatic go rat-a-tat out the window of that Maserati.”

Blax holds something that is different and familiar while changing the direction of Hip Hop as we know it. And when asked about the freestyle, the Milwaukee native simply replied, “I”m just trying to put a nail in the coffin of mumble Rap, man.”

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Scott King Adds To His #KingMix Series with Freestyle “Banned From TV” [Video]

In a series of visual freestyle videos, Scott King gets back to the basics of delivering raw bars over classic beats and new video “Banned From TV” is as raw as it gets. This series is just a taste of the delivery of stories told, that will resonate on upcoming EP titled For What It’s’ Worth set to release early this year.

Expect to see a lot more of King’s undeniable talent in 2017 as he is set to drop tons of original music leading up to the release of ‘FWIW.’


Rapper DaBaby Freestyles over D.R.A.M. & Lil Yachty’s “Broccoli” [Video]

Charlotte lyricist DaBaby hits his stride over D.R.A.M. and Lil Yachty‘s “Broccoli” and more in this On The Spot freestyle session with the legendary DJ Bay Bay on K104 in Dallas.

DaBaby’s God’s Work: Resurrected project is available on iTunes HERE.

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Cash Money/Rich Gang’s AR-AB Comes Through with “I Got 5 On It” Freestyle [New Music]

Philadelphia’s top gunner Ar-Ab has not stopped flooding the streets with material since he was famously name checked on Drake’s “Back To Back” in the summer of 2015.

Taking full advantage of his newfound notoriety, the up and coming artist released a bevy of freestyles, adding his aggressive street take on popular hits, while also infusing that with some brand new original material.

His efforts surely paid off as he inked a deal with Birdman’s Cash Money Records/Rich Gang earlier this year. Taking things further back, Ar-Ab gave The Rapfest the green-light to premiere his brand new freestyle over The Luniz’s Hip Hop classic “I Got 5 On It”.

Twitter: @AssaultRifleAB

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SFPL Music: Meek Mill ft. Fabolous & Jadakiss “All The Way Up” Freestyle

Meek Mill is the latest emcee to jump on Fat Joe and Remy Ma‘s banger “All The Way Up.”

Mill tapped Brooklyn rapper Fabolous for the assist and of course couldn’t resist throwing some shade at the 6 God. Drake threw a couple of shots the Philadelphia spitters way on “Hype,” off his latest release VIEWS.

“I don’t run out of material/You shouldn’t speak on me period/You try to give your side of the story/They heard it/But they weren’t hearing it.”

Mill’s dig of course alludes to the accusations that Drake supposedly doesn’t write his rhymes, allegations he himself brought against the Toronto emcee.

“This is hip-hop / You ain’t write it, don’t record it / I don’t know how they gettin’ down ‘cross the border.”

Since the drop last night Meek has also released a version of the freestyle with a verse from Queens rapper Jadakiss. You can listen to both versions of the song below. Now we just have to wait for Drake to respond. Given their back and forth over the last few months he’s definitely going to cook something up. Let the countdown begin.

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SFPL Music: Gracing stages with Lupe Fiasco, Billy Blue may just be the next hottest thing out of Miami with “100’s Calling” (Future Freestyle)


Fresh off of the #TourForTheFans tour with Lupe Fiasco, Billy Blue is back with a new freestyle over Future‘s “Perky’s Calling” with his own version “100’s Calling.”

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SFPL Music: K. Michelle Drops New Freestyle To “Down In The DM”, Receives Heat From Ex Lance Stephenson But Not Really


Tagging onto her Memphis cohort, Yo Gotti‘s explosive track “Down In The DM”, K. Michelle delivers a reversal role of the song expressing the activity in her private social inbox, along with stating her claim as the “R&B Gerald Green.”

K. Michelle will appear on Gotti’s upcoming album The Art of Hustle on a song entitled “My City.” The project also features the likes of: 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne, Timbaland, E-40, Pusha T, Nicki Minaj and Future.

After releasing the freestyle, the VH1 My Life reality star received a little heat from her Ex and Former Indiana Pacers star Lance Stephenson where he calls the singer a “Nicki Minaj Wannabe”, insinuating that she wants a collab with Beyonce, and that Safaree Samuels will be taking an “L” for allegedly writing her lyrics to the rap cover.

K. Michelle then responded with an IG post claiming that she, Lance and his Mom are cool and she just got off the phone with the both of  them. She then states that someone hacked his account and left the aggressive message.

Drama seems to follow K but we all know that it comes with the business.

With much success so far with her new single “Not A Little Bit”, K. Michelle has been consistently in the studio working on her next album More Issues Than Vogue, which will be available for pre-order this Friday.

Until then, you can catch Season 2 of K.Michelle: My Life on VH1, Mondays + 9:30/8:30C.

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SFPL Music: Artist Star Mic Drops His Freestyle of Dave East’s “Winners Never Lose” prod. Bobby Johnson


Crafting his lyrical chops, up and coming artist from New York, Star Mic drops his version to Dave East “Winners Never Lose” produced by Bobby Johnson. The track was derived from Dave’s Gangsta Grillz mixtape, Hate Me Now.

Consistently gracing the Scream Tour stage with the likes of Rich Homie Quan, Justine Skye, Diggy Simmons, K Camp and more, Star Mic is ready to make his mark and gain the recognition he deserves within the music industry.

Check out the dope freestyle below:

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Watch: Dave East – “Cut It (Freestyle)” [Video]


Harlem rapper Dave East, has finally released the visual for his “Cut It (Freestyle)” after teasing fans on Instagram for weeks. East’s take on the O.T. Genasis and Young Dolph’s “Cut It” is short, but straightforward. The emcee is seen sporting a vintage Linx Beach jacket, posted up in the projects, sippin’ and chillin’ with his boys as he drops bars.

The video premiered on World Star Hip Hop. You can check out the full visual below and if you haven’t already take a listen to Dave East’s latest project Hate Me Now.

By: Arlene Danna