Dipset’s ringleader Cam’ron makes a return, while Wiz Khalifa follows. Plus N.E.R.D grabs Andre 3000 as Eminem links with Beyoncé and Remy Ma with Lil Kim..

Cam’ron finally blesses us with a new project, entitled ‘The Program,’ boasting 15 tracks of pure fire.

While his last project dropped in 2013 (Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1), his latest arrives just after the reunion of Dipset.

Additionally, the project features Don QMimi and Sen City with production credits for Just BlazeAraab MuzikDondre DennisDollavision and more.

Check out the new project below!


While still preparing for ‘Rolling Papers 2,’ Wiz Khalifa drops his newest mixtape, ‘Laugh Now, Fly Later,‘ laced with 10 turn up and smoke bangers.

Having already dropped two other EP’s this year, his latest feat features his newly released single, “Letterman.”

Additionally, the project features just one guest appearance by Casey Veggies on the opening track, “Royal Highness.”

Check out the new mixtape below!


N.E.R.D. reveals another single, this time featuring the great Andre 3000, entitled  “Rollinem 7’s.”

On the Beats 1 Radio debut, 3 Stacks emerges from hiatus to slay a cool 60 seconds of the 5 minute track.

In addition, the song features N.E.R.D.’s ever-changing instrumental, with heavily infused vocal samples and 808s.

Check out the new track below!

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Eminem makes a vicious return to the game after 4 years, grabbing Beyoncé to “Walk On Water.”

Additionally, gearing up for the release of his Dr. Dre-produced album Revival, Em releases the first-look track “Walk On Water” to be completely transparent.

Furthermore, on the track he speaks on his self-doubt and insecurities rapping:

“Always in search of the verse that I haven’t spit yet / Will this step be another misstep / To tarnish whatever the legacy, love or respect, I’ve garnered? / The rhyme has to be perfect, the delivery flawless / And it always feels like I’m hitting the mark / ‘Til I go sit in the car, listen and pick it apart / Like, ‘this sh-t is garbage’ / God’s given me all this / Still I feel no different regardless”

Check out the new single below!


Remy Ma links up with the Queen, Lil Kim on their newest feat “Wake Me Up.”

While many presumed the track was a joint diss towards Nicki Minaj, the two claim otherwise, stating if they wanted to speak on someone, they’d be direct.

However, there are a few bars on the banger that might support the rumors, especially stemming from Remy who raps on Nicki and her relationship with Nas:

“I heard he lay that dick, you let him filet that fish/ You just met mim, how he bae that quick?”

Check out the new single below!

 

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