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Big Sean – Me, Myself & I Freestyle

Big Sean – Me, Myself & I Freestyle

If this was a different era, or albums didn’t leak so early, Big Sean’s latest freestyle would be hyping up Dark Sky Paradise much more. Not discrediting what he does with Beyonce’s instrumental, because it’s still one hell of a freestyle that shows off why Sean is currently that dude. He’s been wrecking verses, and releasing hot singles. The verdict is still out on his album only to allow more listens before an opinion is formed and distributed to the internet. On “Me, Myself & I,” Sean has fun, poking fun at The Grammys and Kendrick Lamar. Both are subtle… continue reading

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Royce The Choice Freestyles on Sway In The Morning & Hot 97

Royce The Choice Freestyles on Sway In The Morning & Hot 97

DJ Mustard made his first signing in 2014 with Seattle’s own Royce The Choice. While many saw this announcement, a huge portion of the world is just now getting their first introduction. If you live in NYC and listen to the radio, you may have heard Royce’s freestyles on Sway In The Morning and Hot 97. For those that haven’t, you’ll be pleasantly impressed. On Sway, he murders Wiz Khalifa’s “About Me” and Ty Dolla’s “Paranoid,” while Hot 97 finds him kicking rhymes over Drake’s “0-100.” Now is the time to get familiar with the next break-out artist from the… continue reading

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TeeFlii – West Coast Freestyle

TeeFlii – West Coast Freestyle

There is something intriguing about R&B singers remixing hip-hop records. It’s gone on for a long time, and never fails to impress. Bei Maejor is someone who had mastered this art with his piano remixes. Chris Brown and Trey Songz did a bang-up job in ’14 remixing certain songs. That’s not all of the artists who have, rather a few notable names in recent memory. With his album due out in the next month, TeeFlii takes the “Coco” beat and makes it his own with “West Coast.” Seeing how the California native isn’t a fan of that powder white, it’s… continue reading

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King Los Freestyles Over Alchemist Production For 14 Minutes

King Los Freestyles Over Alchemist Production For 14 Minutes

King Los has already proven himself to be one of the best freestylers in hip-hop today many times. We’ve seen radio freestyles, live shows, sessions and more. Now, anything he does past that point is just a showcase of amazement. He utilizes the potential of his mind to the fullest when he constructs his lines. During a 3am session with Alchemist, he busts out into a 14-minute freestyle over one of his calm, soulful-like beats. His play-on-words are incredible. With any luck, we’ll hear a more aggressive side of Los and Alc on his upcoming debut album. One of those… continue reading

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Eminem, Slaughterhouse & Yelawolf’s Shady CXVPHER

Eminem, Slaughterhouse & Yelawolf’s Shady CXVPHER

Anytime the words “cypher” and “Shady” are in the same sentence, it’s instantly going to cause fans worldwide to gush in anticipation. While the Shady gang kept people in suspense from the original drop date last week, can anybody deny that it wasn’t worth the wait? The six MCs are in their respective cities to spit a lengthy acapella. This question will be thrown around quite a bit more once the project drops, but, who had the best verse in this CXVPHER? For me, it was Royce Da 5’9″ who had the most memorable punchlines. Eminem, who took up seven… continue reading

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UFO Fev Ft. Maffew Ragazino – New Amsterdam Freestyle

UFO Fev Ft. Maffew Ragazino – New Amsterdam Freestyle

Gimme that beat, fool, it’s a full time jack move! UFO Fev’s Around My Way is in the mastering stages, so he wants to have some fun in the mean time. The first freestyle, and definitely not the last, he opts to use is over Rick Ross’ “Amsterdam” instrumental. Some assistance from Brownville’s Jesus himself, Maffew Ragazino is a deal sweetener. Previously: UFO Fev – Jealous Freestyle Follow @SermonsDomain

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