Archive for the Hip Hop Category

G-Eazy feat. Cardi B & ASAP Rocky – No Limit (Cloud, MP3)

Posted in cloud, Dancehall/Reggae, Hip Hop, Jawns, MP3, Uncategorized with tags , , , , on September 7, 2017 by New Jawn

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NewJawn Crew still pumping Cardi B in the car and the gym not only because she’s a breath of fresh air but I’m currently obsessed with Dominican culture, especially their own version of Trap Music. ┬áNo more pole dancing for Cardi as she’s probably getting $100K minimum per feature and $50K per show.

 

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Boone-Pop a Perc F/ French Montana and E-40

Posted in 2016, 2016 rap, Hip Hop, Hood Shit, Philly with tags on June 6, 2016 by New Jawn

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Philly’s own Boone gets French Montana and appropriately E-40 to jump on the remix to Pop a Perc. .

Joell Ortiz F/ Big Daddy Kane and Token

Posted in 2016, Hip Hop, new york city rap, rap, Video on June 2, 2016 by New Jawn

For the lyrical hip hop heads out there, new school meets old in this fast paced lyrical barrage

ScHoolBoy Q F/ Kanye West: That Part

Posted in 2016 rap, Hip Hop, kanye, Uncategorized on May 16, 2016 by New Jawn

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If you missed this over the weekend, here you go. . Listen Here

 

Dope- T.I. F/ Marsha Ambrosius

Posted in 2016 rap, Hip Hop, Uncategorized on May 16, 2016 by New Jawn

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Check out Tip’s new single featuring Philly’s adopted homegirl Marsha Ambrosius. Dr.Dre flips the classic 2001 Aaliyah track Rock the Boat.

Listen Here

 

Chance the Rapper-Coloring Book

Posted in 2016 rap, Hip Hop, New Music, Uncategorized on May 13, 2016 by New Jawn

video-218064Check out Kanye’s Protege new mixtape COLORING BOOK. . If you like rappers that don’t mumble everything check this out

http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/chance-the-rapper-coloring-book-new-mixtape.116400.html

Congrats Champagne Papi

Posted in Hip Hop, Updates with tags , on May 9, 2016 by New Jawn

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One Dance finally gets Drake his first Hot 100 single as lead artist. Its been a long time coming, but look at it this way, it took Jay-Z eleven albums to achieve this goal.