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Although Kendrick Lamar has the West Coast covered this morning with his “i” single, The Game decides to drop off a new leak from his upcoming compilation album Year Of The Wolf. The new single, “Really,” features Yo Gotti, 2 Chainz, Soulja Boy (on the hook) and T.I. It’s a quite the line-up, but if you’ve seen thetracklist for Year Of The Wolf yet, you’ll know each record is packed with features. So far we’ve received“Bigger Than Me” and “Or Nah” off the Blood Money La Familia LP.

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Listen to the new song here: The Game – Really Feat. Yo Gotti, 2 Chainz, Soulja Boy & T.I.

HotNewHipHop x DJ Service Pack present an infographic detailing the Hottest 7 Songs in the Hottest 7 Cities.

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Check out the infographic here: The Hottest 7 Songs In The Hottest 7 Cities

Well here’s another rare, yet dope collab we didn’t see coming. After hearing A$AP Rocky add some bars to Sam Smith’s “Im Not The Only One” last week, another out-the-blue collab has somehow surfaced online tonight, this time from TDE’s Schoolboy Q.

 

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ScHoolboy Q – Latch (Remix) Feat. Disclosure & Sam Smith

If a Nas remix wasn’t enough to validate that ScHoolboy Q‘s “Studio” among the summer’s biggest hits, then perhaps a new freestyle from Chris Brown will do the trick. Premiered by LA Leakers (hence the tags), this brand new leak isn’t attached to any project. Apparently, Breezy was just feeling the energy and decided to this one on the spot.

 

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Listen to the freestyle here: Chris Brown – Studio (Freestyle)

This year was supposed to be Lupe Fiasco‘s comeback, but with Tetsuo & Youth being continually delayed, it’s starting to look like 2014 may be a missed opportunity for the Chicago rapper. That being said, he’s dropped a number of great one-off tracks, and does so again today with “Pu$$y,” a song that features Miami native Billy Blue.

 

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Listen to the song here: Lupe Fiasco – Pu$$y Feat. Billy Blue

To a fan of golden era hip-hop, few artists have more respect that Rapsody & 9th Wonder. On “Hard To Choose,” the two underground mainstays come through in top form. 9th Wonder spins sample-driven magic that recalls his work with Little Brother, laying the perfect groundwork for Rapsody to come through and drop some serious bars. And bring the lyrical head, Rapsody most definitely does. Socially-conscious while remaining distinctly listener-friendly, her work here is everything you could hope for.

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Listen to the song here: Rapsody – Hard To Choose (Prod. By 9th Wonder)

Rich Homie Quan pays homage to the ways of Too Short in his new record, produced by frequent collaborator Metro Boomin. The song is a street anthem that won’t appear on Boomin’s upcoming project 20 & Boomin. In fact, Metro let it go for free, you can download it here.

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Watch the video here: Rich Homie Quan & Metro Boomin “Too Short” Video