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Coming to us by way of Dublin, Ireland Rejjie Snow receives a helping hand from the trap boys, Rich The Kid and Future on his latest mixtape track. “Product” stars off with the Purple Reign man laying his verbs down about how he used to flood the block, followed raps from the young’ns about the paperchase.

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Just before the Christmas holidays last year, Twista released the 7-track EP Living Legend. The Chicago veteran decides to support the project with a party-themed video for “Models & Bottles.” Featuring Lil’ Bibby and Jeremih, pour up and watch the trio live it up below.

Living Legend can be purchased now on iTunes.

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We haven’t heard much from Teyana Taylor in the past few months, but considering it’s the month of love, she is getting things hot and heavy thanks to her new video for “Touch Me.” The very sensual and seductive clip shows the R&B singer moving and teasing to the baby making slow jam, that plenty probably slept on from The Cassette Tape 1994 EP.

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Boosie Badazz has been promoting his new album Out My Feelings (In My Past) by releasing new various music videos this week. After “Wanna B Heard” with Slim Thug, Boosie connects with long-time friend and former Trill Ent. labelmate Webbie in “Problem.” Get your bandana ready and get buck with Boosie and Webbie below.

Purchase the album now on iTunes.

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Right around the corner from NYC’s legendary HOT97 radio station, rap vet DJ Enuff sat down with ItsTheReal for a special live edition of A Waste of Time. Hosted at S.O.B.s, the longtime Heavy Hitter disc jockey sat down with Eric and Jeff for an introspective discussion about his longstanding career in music.

From how Kanye West became an official member of the Heavy Hitters crew to his time as Biggie’s DJ, the Brooklyn native spoke in detail about all the rap insider tidbits associated with each. Of course, he had to give his longtime coworker, Miss Info, her props, too.

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Southern producer Honorable C-Note just released a new mixtape with a gang of familiar faces. One of the newer, more rewindable tracks, “7 Days,” comes from 2 Chainz and Peelongway on the project. Monday through Friday, these dudes stay on the grind.

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At first glance, you may almost think Freddie Gibbs is freestyling over the JAY Z classic or even that he flipped the track like he did “Dead Presidents,” but that’s not the case. Gangsta Gibbs is taking it back to the streets with this one, while still paying homage to the original, thanks to the haunting production from The Beat Bully. With all the music he’s been putting out lately, look for a new project around the corner.

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I didn’t hate his “Work” or “No Role Modelz” remixes. They were cute and clever, I guess, but my iTunes has been begging for a beat as hard as Dave East’s bars lately. Right on cue, the Harlem Hotshot’s latest — and longest! — East Mix finds him raining fire upon Drake’s “Summer Sixteen.” No stray shots aimed at his neighbors, just Dave taking it to the streets for three straight minutes. I’m out here looking for ya biiiiitch!

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Despite all the glitz and glamour, television talent shows are no guaranteed ticket to fame. Especially not since the Internet helped to give pure, honest artistry as big of a platform as the machine’s manufactured crap. Just ask Kehlani, who last year fulfilled her transformation from America’s Got Talent finalist to one of the best new voices — and most colorful personalities — in music.

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Beyonce has had the world rejoicing over hot sauce ever since she dropped her “Formation” song over the weekend — which has a lyric about keeping an extra bottle of the spicy stuff in her purse. Were you were self conscious about carrying your condiments around prior?

Either way, Bey compiled a list of tracks she called her Hot Sauce Play, that could help ease your woes.

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