Kid Ink Ft. Styles P – Fired Up

Kid Ink Ft. Styles P – Fired Up

Kid Ink’s My Own Lane is coming out in less than a month and a half. The album is likely near-finished to done in terms of what records are on it and which aren’t. “Fired Up,” produced by Marvel Hitz, was a record that was in the running to be make the final product. Instead, its release is a celebratory for Ink surpassing one million likes on Facebook. This seemed like an odd combo until you realize that both he and Styles P love weed, and there’s your concept. Previously: Kid Ink Ft. Eric Bellinger – Just Do It (Prod. By… continue reading

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Styles P Ft. Action Bronson & Ea$y Money – All I Got (Prod. By Statik Selektah)

Styles P Ft. Action Bronson & Ea$y Money – All I Got (Prod. By Statik Selektah)

One thing that Styles P, Action Bronson and Ea$y Money have in common is their history with Statik Selektah. Each rapper has extensively worked with the producer on albums, songs, tapes, etc. Out of the blue, Styles released “All I Got” tonight. Could it be apart of his next project or just a random loosie to remind folks that he’s still working? Regardless, this is banging. Previously: Ransom Ft. Styles P – It’s Ransom (Prod. By Statik Selektah) Follow @SermonsDomain

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Ransom Ft. Styles P – It’s Ransom (Prod. By Statik Selektah)

Ransom Ft. Styles P – It’s Ransom (Prod. By Statik Selektah)

Another month has been added before Ransom and Statik Selektah sit down and give you The Proposal. The wait will be worth it seeing how the first two singles have been tough. On “It’s Ransom,” Styles P handles the hook (“Take them niggas for Ransom/ take them bitches for Ransom/ take them children for Ransom”), while Ran kicks those usual aggressive bars. And y’all already know who he’s better than. Previously: Ransom – Unexplainable (Prod. By Statik Selektah) Follow @SermonsDomain

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Torch Ft. Fred The Godson & Styles P – Malaria (Prod. By Scram Jones)

Torch Ft. Fred The Godson & Styles P – Malaria (Prod. By Scram Jones)

Torch, Fred The Godson and Styles P are real spitters, and they have a problem with the “rappers” who can’t cut it lyrically. That’s the message that comes with the Scram Jones-produced “Malaria,” a spitting contest of sorts that becomes hard to judge once all three contestants are done. Maybe there’s only one clear winner: the song. No A/C Vol. 2 is coming soon. Torch Ft. Fred The Godson & Styles P – Malaria (Prod. By Scram Jones) Previously: Video: Torch – Karate Chop Freestyle Follow @SermonsDomain

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Styles P Ft. Chris Rivers & Vinnie Paz – War Room (Prod. By Brolic Beats)

Styles P Ft. Chris Rivers & Vinnie Paz – War Room (Prod. By Brolic Beats)

Styles P has provided plenty of music in the last year and doesn’t look to be slowing down. “War Room” is a record that we heard on 106 & Park’s The Backroom freestyle sessions months ago, but now is made available in audio form. He also links up with underground legend Vinnie Paz and the son of Big Pun, Chris Rivers. Previously: DJ Kay Slay Ft. Sheek Louch, Styles P & Vado – The Sound Of NYC Follow @SermonsDomain

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DJ Kay Slay Ft. Sheek Louch, Styles P & Vado – The Sound Of NYC

DJ Kay Slay Ft. Sheek Louch, Styles P & Vado – The Sound Of NYC

DJ Kay Slay continues to prolong his final album, Rhyme Or Die, in lieu of another mixtape. The Last Champion is coming very soon, but we’re experiencing “The Sound Of NYC” early. Featuring three of NY’s finest, the joint pays homage and sticks to that certain sound that has been branded out of the Big Apple. None of that new stuff. Salute to DSOM. In a bonus freestyle, the Wu-Block boys take on Wiz Khalifa’s “Bout Me.” They also let us know about this year’s plan that includes a new Jadakiss album, Lox LP, another Wu-Block effort and more. DJ Kay Slay… continue reading

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