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Borrowing an old Biggie line, Brooklyn’s Flatbush Zombies re-up their BetterOffDEAD mixtape cut for the latest offering in their weekly #DayoftheDead music series. “My Team Supreme 2.0″ borrows Erick Arc Elliott’s same spine-chilling beat — the original track in its entirety, in fact — but this new version features two head-spinning verses from Bodega BAMZ and Zombie Juice to make the cypher complete. The Zombies’ It’s All a Matter of Perspective EP is coming soon.

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It’s approaching two years since the release of Control System and, yeah, the world needs a new Ab-Soul project. The Black Lip Pastor and TDE CEO Anthony Tiffith have both been teasing his forthcoming album on Twitter lately, promising a title and release date announcement will soon come. But tonight we’ve got the next best thing: a new track from Soulo. Following a string of guest verses in these early stages of 2014, the Black Hippy returns with “Tree of Life.”

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Just after we saw Wale jump on K Camp’s “Off the Floor,” another Atlanta upstart gets the remix treatment from one of rap’s biggest names. PeeWee Longway, the sort of sidekick of the evermore popular Young Thug, enjoyed his own success in the streets last year with “Servin Lean,” and now A$AP Rocky pours a little purple into the polystyrene cup on the official remix. The track comes courtesy of Lil Keem’s Smokers Choice 2 mixtape, which drops this Sunday (April 20).

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K Camp is another bright spot in Atlanta’s new wave. The rapper-singer released his In Due Time mixtape last December, but it’s only now catching on with the mainstream with Rick Ross remixing his “Cut You Off” track earlier this week. Taking cues from his boss, fellow MMG MC Wale has also dived into K Camp’s mixtape and tacked a verse onto his tingly make-it-rain anthem, “Off The Floor.”

Before you label K Camp as just another strip club rapper from the South, though, listen to his “In Due Time Intro” below and tell me dude doesn’t have something to say.

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Nitty Scott caught my attention with her latest number, “Feng Shui” feat. Eliki, the 2nd single off of her upcoming album, The Art Of Chill. Ski Beatz provided Scott with a jazzy beat to her mellow raps live.

The Art Of Chill drops May 23rd and features from Ab-Soul, Stacy Barthe, Rapper Big Pooh & more.

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Purely on an aesthetic level, I’m so down for this. With her long-delayed debut album finally arriving next week, Iggy Azalea lets loose a final treat for her fans with the questionably-titled “Black Widow,” featuring Rita Ora.

The blonde bombshells are clearly making a play for club spins with this number, which can’t seem to decide whether it wants to be a sassy girl-power anthem or just another synth-soaked EDM imitation. You probably won’t be surprised to learn it was co-written by Katy Perry. In short, Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX make a far better Commonwealth tag-team.

You’ll be able to decide whether The New Classic really is a new classic when the album hits stores next Tuesday, April 22.

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Today, Young Thugga has blessed his Internet following with another new street cut from DJ Iceberg’s upcoming, Monopoly Music 19. The eccentric ATL rapper combines a bit of “crooning” and whine raps on the bouncy cut. The London-On-The-Track-produced record tastes like chicken to me.

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Our brethren the Far East Movement has released an alternate version of their radio single “The Illest.” This version features only ScHoolboy Q and has a slightly altered arrangement. You can purchase official version on iTunes

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Future’s Honest album (out April 22) was made available to stream earlier this week, but there was a few glaring omissions: the full version of the Drake-assisted “Never Satisfied” and the hotly-anticipated “Benz Friendz (Watchutola)” collaboration with the elusive André 3000. Thankfully we haven’t had to wait long for the latter, which has surfaced online this afternoon. Dungeon Family, ya bish.

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James Fauntleroy wants a love that last forever on his latest free release, “CPR.” For the Grammy Award-winning songwriter’s new acoustic jam, the feeling of affection is so strong that it turns dangerous. “CPR – I’m sick af but I love you guys so I sang this shit anyway!,” says Fauntleroy to his fans. Click below and listen.

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