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casey veggies

Taking cues from Drake, Casey Veggies bottles some of that late-night, on-the-road inspiration into a new freebie for his fans. “3AM In Cape Town (Swag Worth a Mill Pt. 3)” features wavy production from the super talented Sango, which gets doused in playful bravado from young Veggies. Good news: his debut album is almost finished.

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migos rick ross black bottles

Rick Ross is the king of the shameless plug (next to Diddy and DJ Khaled, of course), but when he makes a great song to promote his products, then we can’t really complain. That’s exactly what we’re getting with the MMG mogul’s latest release, which finds him plugging his Luc Belaire rosé with the help of newly-inducted Black Bottle Boys Migos on this frantic banger. Make sure you add this to your phone before leaving the house tonight.

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alchemist mobb deep

Drake isn’t the only birthday boy in a giving mood this weekend; The Alchemist celebrates turning 37 (sorry, Alan!) by gifting fans this never-before-heard joint with Mobb Deep straight from his stash. Alc, Havoc and Prodigy have created some truly timeless music over the years, and let’s just say their latest effort doesn’t disappoint.

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drake 6 god

Drake brought in his 28th birthday in New York City (at Dave & Buster’s, of all places) on Thursday night, but it’s him who’s bearing the gifts as he drops three new songs out of the blue tonight. Aubrey’s latest surprise care package includes “6 God,” produced by Boi-1da and Syk Sense, “Heat of the Moment,” produced by 40, and the final version of the recently leaked “How Bout Now,” which samples the Jodeci classic, “My Heart Belongs to You.”

No word on whether any of these songs will make his upcoming Views From the 6 LP, but the real question is: how much longer is Drake going to dominate with a couple of free downloads?

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A new day means another artist drops their own personal remix of Dej Loaf’s “Try Me.” This time around, R&B singer Mack Wilds gives the DDS-produced cut a twist. Clock below and stream Mack’s finished product.

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DJ Ted Smooth returns with another remix for your listening ears this weekend. With some help in the form of a guest verse from Jadakiss, Ted Smooth gives duo Nico & Vinz’ smash-hit “Am I Wrong” a new sound. The end result? Something music lovers will surely enjoy. Listen below.

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While there’s no music video in sight, remixes of Jeremih’s “Don’t Tell ‘Em” continue to pour out. The latest artist to go over the DJ Mustard-produced song is Def Jam labelmate Rick Ross, who gives the club banger a special MMG remix. Listen below and click here for the official remix with Ty Dolla $ign and French Montana.

Rozay’s Hood Billionaire LP arrives November 24.

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Ace Hood held down the streets this summer with the third installment of his Body Bag mixtape series. The We the Best rapper returns now with a new single “We Don’t.” Featuring one of rap’s favorite go-to hook guys in Rich Homie Quan, listen below.

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og maco live life 2

OG Maco hasn’t got stagnant after the success of “U Guessed It,” dropping a slew of new songs over the last few weeks. As he continues to dodge the dreaded “one-hit wonder” label, the Atlanta newcomer serves up a fresh batch of heat today with his new EP, Live Life 2 — the follow up to February’s original. The seven-track freebie includes appearances from Johnny Cinco and JerZ, with production primarily handled by former Taylor Gang member Cardo.

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mr green asap ferg live from the streets

Producer Mr. Green recently kicked off the third season of his Live From the Streets series, in which he samples the work of various street performers around the world to create a unique piece of music. In the latest episode, Green records a couple of OGs playing the Erhu — a traditional Chinese bowed instrument — to cook up a trap beat for the Trap Lord, A$AP Ferg. Throw in some bike sounds from pro BMX’er Nigel Sylvester and voila! You’ve got one fresh crack rock, straight from the streets.

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