Crooked I is back with a new song which finds the Long Beach native delivering a lyrical tirade over the instrumental to Hov’s “The Dynasty Intro.” The Slaughterhouse rapper decides to do things his way and serves up “The Shady Dynasty Freestyle” which finds the West Coast emcee spittin’ some introspective rhymes and demanding respect as he proclaims everything under the Shady umbrellas as untouchable. Take a listen to Crooked go in straight for close to three minutes.
Childish Gambino recently made his way over to Shade 45 for a live interview on Sway In The Morning. As is customary, Gambino treats listeners to an exclusive freestyle live in the studio with hosts Sway Calloway and Heather B. Spitting over Drake’s popular Boi-1da produced “Pound Cake” instrumental, Gambino makes it look effortless to the camera as he drops impressive off-the-top bars for radio listeners tuning in.
New York’s Fred The Godson is back with a new offering as he takes JAY Z’s “Picasso Baby” instrumental to serve up his own freestyle remix version titled “Raise The Bar.” As always, Fred steps up to the plate and demonstrates just why he’s one of the East Coast’s most promising rising talents. Take a listen as the wordsmith spits braggadocios rhymes about his level of skill and also uses his lazy punch line flow to pay homage to several artists he respects and thinks highly of.
Houstin native Chamillionaire is back with some new music and this time he decided to show off his lyrical skills over Drake’s “Pound Cake.” Yes that’s right, another artist does the honors of lacing the infectious Boi-1da produced instrumental. However, Chamillionaire holds his own and delivers a standout rendition of the track with an impressive freestyle. Listen as the rapper drops some introspective bars focused on his independent hustle, the do’s and don’ts of the streets and even takes the opportunity to question the credibility of some artists in the industry.
Rapper Angel Haze is back with her fourth release from her #30Gold audio campaign and this time decides to show off her crafty wordplay over Kendrick Lamar’s “Backseat Freestyle” instrumental. With no particular concept in mind, Haze lets loose and spits plenty of braggadocios bars and proclaims herself the best female rapper in the game.
New York bred rapper Fred The Godson is the latest artist to tackle and deliver a remix over Drake’s “Pound Cake” instrumental. Vibe out with The Godson as he shows off his crafty street inspired wordplay, drops his drug infused bars and makes it all look so simple as he makes his listeners decode his messages.
Boi-1da’s infamous “Pound Cake” instrumental gets another remix courtesy of Memphis Bleek. The New York bred rapper takes the opportunity to drop some introspective bars over the laid-back production and demonstrate he hasn’t lost a step when it comes to his lyrical abilities. Bleek takes listeners back to the block and reflects on some of his past dirt while growing up in troubled conditions all in the pursuit of a the almighty dollar.
New York’s Papoose is back and once again he proclaims himself the “king of New York” on his latest offering over Drake’s “Pound Cake” instrumental. Delivering a freestyle rendition of his own, Pap spits politically driven lyrics while taking the time to remind listeners of his impressive track “A to Z,” clarifies he makes music strictly for the love of the art and much more.
Decked out in all black, Trinidad James visits radio host Tim Westwood and takes a shot at an off-the-top freestyle over Drake new “Pound Cake” instrumental. Watch James go to work and deliver his own unique flavor for the camera as he drops bar after bar for close to four minutes on Westwood’s Crib Sessions.
Houston’s Killa Kyleon doesn’t let up and continues to drop daily heat with his latest offering “Bring The Pain Freestyle.” This one finds the rising talent showcasing his lyrical skills as he effortlessly drops bars about his hustles in the streets, taste in women and competitive attitude over Method Man’s classic “Bring The Pain” instrumental. With no hook in sight, listen as Kyleon goes to work and demonstrates just why he feels he’s Texas’ best kept secret. The outro also boasts a A$AP Rocky sample from his recent “Back & Forth” interview with rapper Riff Raff where the Harlem native described his love for the culture in Texas.