Wildboy – [Calboy]

The rise of Chicago artist Calboy over the past couple of years has been amazing to watch as a fan, and just a week ago he released an awesome new project titled “Wildboy”, and it’s a must listen for any hip-hop fan. I have been listening to this tape front to back for a few days straight, Calboy blessed us with some fantastic music and some solid features from the likes of Moneybagg Yo, Lil Durk, Yo Gotti, Polo G, Meek Mill and Young Thug. This is one of the best projects to come out of Chicago this year, be expecting to see this one on our Top 50 list at the end of the year. Stream this solid new tape via Spotify below and if you like what you hear then go ahead and give Calboy a follow on Twitter here.

Plug Walk (Remix) – [Rich The Kid] Ft. [Gucci Mane] [YG] & [2 Chainz]

If you thought for a second that Rich The Kid’s colossal Plug Walk record couldn’t get any bigger, he is back today after enlisting some of hip-hop’s finest in Gucci Mane, YG & 2 Chainz for the remix. Kicking off with an icy alternate verse from the Rich Forever CEO, the likes of Guwop and company blessed the remaining spots with ecstatic verses before the spacey instrumental rides out from who-else but TheLabCook. Rich certainly isn’t a stranger to being apart of hit-worthy remixes as you may remember him dropping a verse on Lil Xan’s Betrayed remix that also included Yo Gotti back in March, but not only is this a massive remix but quite possibly the biggest of the year so far. Having said that, let loose the Plug Walk remix below and stay tuned for more from Rich The Kid as we get settled into the Summer heat.

Tati – [Tekashi 6ix 9ine] ft. [DJ SpinKing]

Tekashi 6ix 9ine is back with some new music. His latest work is a DJ SpinKing assisted track, “Tati.” This song is really no different than any of his other hits except for maybe, “Gotti.” That doesn’t mean it’s not good though. If you like Tekashi’s music, then you’re gonna love this track as we have a crazy upbeat, mean sounding beat (thanks to Boi-1da) and 6ix 9ine is as menacing as ever on the track. The actual video is awesome too as it has 6ix 9ine and a lot of his homies goin crazy and turning up. Granted, there’s always controversy swirling around Tekashi’s name, but you can’t deny that his music does some crazy numbers. Watch and listen to Tekashi 6ix 9ine’s, “Tati” below.   Filmed and edited by TrifeDrew Mix and mastered by Wizard Lee

Total Xanarchy – [Lil Xan]

Xanarchy season is officially in full-force. Last night, Lil Xan came through with his promise and unleashed his sparkling debut album Total Xanarchy after months & months of anticipation from his cult-like fan base. Sitting at an impressive 16 tracks, the full-length effort comes packed with a few of his major releases in Betrayed, Woke Up & Slingshot while also featuring colossal names like YG, 2 Chainz, Rae Sremmurd, Charli XCX, Rich The Kid, Yo Gotti Steven Cannon & Diplo who linked with Xan for Colorblind that you can also find on Diplo’s recent EP California. Setting aside his recent stir with select media outlets, the 21-year-old Redlands, California native has proved time-and-time again that he cannot be overlooked when it comes to his music; and the records show that his successes simply can’t be denied either. That being said, let loose Total Xanarchy at the link below and check out Lyrical Lemonade’s most recent interview with Lil Xan as well!

Betrayed (Remix) – [Lil Xan] Ft. [Rich The Kid] & [Yo Gotti]

For anyone rocking with Lil Xan, you were probably first put on his stellar anti-xan record in Betrayed, and now, we have been given the first remix to surface featuring Rich The Kid & Yo Gotti. If I’m being honest, Rich & Gotti might have been the last names I’d expect to hop on this record but as soon as Rich sets the tone in the opening verse, I was instantly sold. Adding to that, Xan followed up with an impressive middle-verse followed by Gotti’s closer spot, and let me be the first to say that Gotti undoubtedly took the spotlight on this one. Let’s hope this isn’t the last remix we see for Betrayed, but I won’t spoil too much in case it is. Be sure to let loose Betrayed with Rich The Kid & Gotti immediately and let us know if you think it topped the original.

Watch Blocboy JB on No Jumper EXPOSED

If you have been paying any attention to rap throughout the past week or so, it almost goes without saying that you have come across the name Blocboy JB at one point or another. Not only is his viral “shoot” dance taking the internet by storm, but his most recent track, “Look Alive” featuring Drake, is currently taking over the charts, and rightfully so. This Memphis native knows how to craft a hit, and there’s a solid chance that he’s the next to blow up into stardom out of his city. Today, JB hits our pages with his episode of No Jumper EXPOSED, educating fans about his life and covering topics including his dance, his come up, Memphis, fighting, Yo Gotti, and much more. Be sure to get hip to Blocboy JB by watching the interview below.

Watch Yo Gotti’s brand new interview with Hot 97

Yo Gotti is undoubtedly one of the biggest names in hip-hop today, so it’s only right that he stopped through Hot 97 for an in depth interview with Ebro, Laura & Peter. They discussed plenty of interesting topics such as the possibility of settling the Young Dolph beef, Jay-Z having the best rap album of the year, strippers vs bartenders, being an OG in the game, his ability to create hit records, Nicki Minaj, how the media can twist stories, being targeted by younger rappers, The Grammys & much more. Watch the brand new interview below!

Watch Blac Youngsta’s ‘On The Come Up’ Episode With HotNewHipHop

Memphis rapper Blac Youngsta is well-known for his bubbling personality, and he recently sat down with HNHH for another episode of their ‘On The Come Up’ series. From speaking on his first-ever venue tour to his work with Lil Yachty on their track Hip Hopper, the man signed to Yo Gotti’s CMG label also gave a lot of insight into his early rap days, and most notably how Gotti played such a huge factor in his rise to fame. You can’t help but respect Youngsta’s hard-earned success in the industry, and with interviews like this one, it gives him the chance to speak on his dedication and a level of intelligence that at first might be overlooked. I won’t spoil too much though, make sure to dive into Blac Youngsta’s come-up story and let us know if you’re a fan of him in the comments! Via: HotNewHipHop 

Alot – [Zaytoven] ft. [Lil Uzi Vert]

What a great surprise to wake up to! Out of no where, Zaytoven released a new project with all of rap’s biggest faces right now. Of course I’m talking about Yo Gotti, Lil Yachty, Lil Uzi, Quavo, Future, Shy Glizzy, Ty Dolla $ign, and more. Zaytoven went stupid on the beat of course mixing heavy hitting bass with his ensemble of piano keys. Then when you mix in all of those artists, you get one of the hottest project of the year. “Alot” featuring Lil Uzi and Zaytoven is probably going to be the most popular song on the project, but don’t sleep on all the other songs. This whole project goes crazy. Press play below and start listening to Zaytoven’s Where Would The Game Be Without Me 2.  

Deadstar – [Smokepurpp]

Ever since the release of the polarizing hit “Ski Mask” in 2015, Smokepurpp’s elevation has been unstoppable with an evolving sound that has is not similar to any other artist from Florida, which has seen an explosion of rising rap artists in recent times. As a matter a fact, Deadstar doesn’t sound like anything from this planet; the 17 track debut album (if you include the Travis Scott featured hit, “Fingers Blue”, which is supposed to be included in the updated version) possesses a futuristic trap sound and Purpp recruited some real legends like Chief Keef, Yo Gotti, and Juicy J, who make it clear he has entered another atmosphere in this rap game. D.R.A.M. makes a special appearance on “Count Up”, one of the most hypnotizing tracks on the project. Fellow Florida rapper/best friend Lil Pump also has a track on the album which is only seems right considering they have came up in the game together, with Pump appearing in the Cole Bennet directed video for “Ski Mask”, Purpp’s first video to hit one million views. The production credits are unreal as well featuring the likes of Harry Fraud, Nova, Slight, Ronny J, Murda Beatz, TM88, Lowtone, Sonny Digital, and the one and only …