[Hot New Music!] Rick Ross & DJ Clue – “Get Money” Freestyle

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As we near the release date of Rick Ross’ forthcoming album, Black Market, Renzel continues to fill our ears with new music everyday. Today, Ross takes us back in time as he connects with DJ Clue for a freestyle over The Notorious B.I.G. and Junior Mafia‘s “Get Money.”

Check out this 90’s fresh freestyle below. 

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[Hip Hop News Now] Pusha T Appointed President Of G.O.O.D. Music By Kanye West

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As members of the Clipse, Pusha T and his brother Malice were best known for the group’s breakthrough hit “Grindin.” Over ten years later and Pusha is still “grindin,” from the release of his debut solo album, My Name Is My Name, to being featured on countless tracks. Now things are coming full circle for Pusha T as Billboard announced this morning that the Virginia native, born Terrence Thornton, has been announced as the new President of G.O.O.D. Music. 

Pusha is brand new to the position, but is already thinking to the future. He spoke briefly this morning about the new opportunity and about helping to develop younger artists like Kacy Hill, G.O.O.D.’s newest signee. 

I just look at capitalizing on everything that I feel like G.O.O.D. Music brings to the music industry, our following, and the culture. First of all, we have incredible artists. It’s definitely about getting those albums out in a very manicured fashion. We have great artistic talent that sort of walk the lines of bringing that excitement back in regards to just the art that goes along with it like DONDA, the merch and things like that.

Now that Pusha T is set to make an even bigger impact in Hip Hop, can we finally ask the question we have all been wondering, “What the hell happened to Malice?” Seriously, what happened to that boy?

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[Hip Hop News Now] Unreleased Jay Z Freestyle From 1999

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Tim Westwood has been digging in the crates recently and now he has discovered a true gem. The gem is an unreleased freestyle by Hip Hop Kingpin Jay Z. The freestyle is dated from 1999 and was recorded shortly after the release of Hova’s fourth studio album Vol. 3 … Life & Times of S. Carter.

The freestyle is saturated with some dope lyrics that could be heard later in some of Jay’s most popular songs.

Looks like you don’t need a hot tub anymore to go back into time…just hit play below.

 

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[Hot New Music!] Cron412 feat. Norman Dean – “Could Of Been Me”

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Up & coming Pittsburgh emcee Cron412 links up with fellow artist Norman Dean to drop one of their most personal records to date. “Could Of Been Me” not only features Norman Dean as an artist, but as a producer as well. The new song is a bonus track on Cron412’s forthcoming project, #GrindHardNoSleep, due out sometime next year.

Listen to “Could Of Been Me” by Cron412 featuring Norman Dean below and let us know what you think.

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[Hot New Video!] Lua Proc feat. Kevin Gates – “Work”

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Recently, Lua Proc has been putting a lot of work in, so it’s more than fitting for his breakout track to be titled “Work.” The new song/video features Baton Rouge, Louisiana emcee Kevin Gates. The visual for work, which was directed by Dorin “StarrNamedMarr” Williams and James “RuffBone” White, was recently premiered on BET Jams. Today you can check out the official “Work” video right here at The Roundtable Empire.

In this video you can find both Lua Proc and Gates in Proc’s hometown of Pittsburgh riding the Stevie B produced beat with ease. Watch the new video by Lua Proc below and be sure to let us know what you think by connecting with us via Facebook and/or Twitter.

  

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[Hot New Music!] Rick Ross – “Hello” Remix

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Lately Maybach Music Group has seemed almost unstable and loyalty is becoming more of an issue, but one thing is for sure, Rick Ross is setting the bar in Hip Hop right now. Since the release of his Black Dollar mixtape, Rozay has been on a ridiculous run. In preparation of his forthcoming album, Black Market, Ross has been seen at multiple shows, all over media, and remixing everything under the sun. Just this week alone he released the music video for “Bill Gates” while also remixing Future’s hit “Stalk It.” 

Today, Rick Ross digs deep and adds a verse to Adele’s comeback smash hit “Hello.” Rozay is really making a lane of his own with this remix. Check out his latest remix below. 

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[Hot New Music!] R. Kelly feat. Lil Wayne & Jeremih – “Switch Up”

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Mr. 12 Play himself, R. Kelly, is set to drop his 13th studio album, Buffet, on November 20th. Back in May of this year Kelly announced that this album would be released on September 25th, 2015 and that the first single would be “Marching Band” featuring Juicy J and Wale. Well, things didn’t go as planned and the album along with the release of his “Marching Band” single was pushed back.

This week, R. Kelly delivers a gem as he releases his newest song “Switch Up”.  For the new single Kels gets assistance from Lil Wayne and Jeremih. The track is something special and sure to get you up out of your seat.

Take a listen below.

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[Hot New Music!] Joel Kellem – Living Single EP (Stream & Download Here)

Living SinglePittsburgh emcee Joel Kellem is yet another fine example of the Steel City’s local Hip Hop scene. The 21-year old rap artist is making his impact on the city’s underground sound, and thanks to projects like his most recent, he will surely find the light at the end of the tunnel. Voted last year’s Pittsburgh Underground Music Award’s “Artist of the Year,” Kellem continues in his efforts to knock down the door that artists before him like Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller opened. Days ago, Kellem, who is also known as The Chill God dropped a new EP entitled Living Single.

Living Single showcases a total of 9 tracks with not a single feature. Listeners are treated to what Joel describes as an exploration of his sound, ultimately taking his music to new heights. The Roscoe Wiki produced Living Single project features only one other producer by the name of Slomdug on the EP’s final track.

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When asked to define his sound Joel stated, “It’s something you can listen to when you’re trying to vibe out, have a smoke session, or if you just want something to ride to. I feel like my music is just something cool and chill to fall back and listen to. If Adult Sim had a sound, it be me.” With that being said, there’s no smoke and mirrors when it comes to Joel (well, maybe a little bit of smoke). Being true to his music is very important to him. “I just like the effect that it has on people and the type of feeling you can give people. Being able to express how I feel and seeing who all relates to me or feels the same way that I do,” said Joel.

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Joel’s musical influences includes Currensy, Biggie, Snoop Dogg, and Pittsburgh’s Wiz Khalifa. The Hill District native is a proud Pittsburgh rep who hopes that the city’s artists will continue to band together to deliver their sound to the rest of the world. “Pittsburgh has a lot of talent, if more people started working together, more styles could be created, ya know…let’s create this Pittsburgh sound.”

Be sure to check out Joel Kellem’s Living Single EP below. “I’m really proud of this project. This was a really different kind of sound for me. I hooked up with Roscoe Wiki and we created something special. I was interested in seeing how people would respond,” said Chill God.

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Stay on the lookout for this dope emcee as the sky is the limit for this young man. For more information on Pittsburgh’s Joel Kellem aka Chill God, don’t be shy, take some time out and go to joelkellem.com.

Now, fall back and get ya drink, ya papers, or whatever your vice is and listen to Living Single below.


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