Shortly before the release of his No. 1 double album earlier this month, Drake connected with British outlet Link Up TV for their “Behind the Barz” freestyle session, where he delivered a flawless performance with a few subliminal jabs many feel are aimed at Kanye West. Drizzy continued his radio freestyle run recently with an appearance on Charlie Sloth’s mixshow on BBC Radio 1Xtra. The 6 God was the latest artist to step up to the mic for Sloth’s “Fire in the Booth” series.

Watch Drake go off for minutes below.

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Wiz Khalifa’s Rolling Papers 2 is out everywhere now, loaded with guest appearances by Gucci Mane, Snoop Dogg, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Ty Dolla $ign and more. Shortly after releasing the sequel to his 2011 major-label debut, the Taylor Gang rapper returns with a music video for the title track. Directed by 400 Blowz, Khalifa finds himself in a wild story that stretches from the bowling alley to a strip club with a few brawls in between. Uncle Snoop also makes a cameo in the clip, which can be watched below.

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Dave East and Rick Ross joined forces on the song “Fresh Prince of Belaire,” a record the two Def Jam labelmates dropped earlier this month. The Harlem spitter and MMG’s biggest boss now return with a vibrant visual, where they party hard sipping on Belaire while also paying tribute to the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air sitcom classic. Filmed all throughout East’s hometown, watch all the playful action in the Michael Parks Randa-directed visual below.

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Mac Miller delivered a huge surprise on Thursday (Jul. 12), announcing a new album titled SWIMMING and revealing it will be released next week on August 3. Hours after giving fans the news, the Pittsburgh rapper returns with a new record and music video “Self Care.” Directed by Christian Weber, Miller finds himself buried underground before eventually digging his way out of a volcano only for it to explode quickly after. The record itself heavy on the melodic side, which Mac showcased a lot on his last studio album, 2016’s The Divine Feminine.

Watch “Self Care” below.

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Seven years after releasing his major-label debut album Rolling Papers, Wiz Khalifa returns with its sequel. Rolling Papers 2 is lead by the singles “Real Rich” with Gucci Mane, “Hopeless Romantic” featuring Swae Lee and the G-Funk laced “Gin & Drugs.”

Snoop Dogg, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Ty Dolla $ign, Curren$y, Lil’ Skies, Problem, Hardo and the late Pittsburgh rapper Jimmy Wopo all make guest appearances on the 25-song LP. In support of RP2, Wiz Khalifa will embark on the “Dazed & Blazed” North American tour with Rae Sremmurd, running from July 21-Aug 30. Out now on iTunes, stream Rolling Papers 2 in full below.

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Ariana Grande’s fourth studio album Sweetner is a little over a month away, releasing everywhere on August 17. Records like “No Tears Left to Cry” and the Nicki Minaj-featured “The Light Is Coming” have been put out ahead of next month’s drop. The pop singer recently revealed that Madonna and Imogen Heap have made contributions to the album, in addition to Pharrell Williams, Max Martin and Missy Elliott.

After teasing her Arianators on social media, the pint-sized diva delivers the sexy “God is a Woman.” Get the song as an instant download when you pre-order Sweetner on iTunes now. UPDATE: Official music video added.

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Jim Jones brings his Big Billy anthem to the streets with the Sactown menace Mozzy. In the visuals, the Dipset Capo pays homage to his East Coast brethren with the red flags.

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After announcing Mansion Musik back in the spring, Chief Keef delivers his latest full-length project. Lead by the street anthem “Part Ways,” Mansion Musik comes in at eleven tracks. Chief Keef handles most of the project solo, with Playboi Carti serving as the only guest feature on “Uh Uh.” Out now on iTunes, stream it in full below.

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The L.O.X. are back with a new Elevator-directed video for “I Don’t Care.” The nostalgic track is featured on a new compilation, Iconiq, by Hypnotic and the brand.

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Benny Blanco is best known for his stellar production discography, crafting songs for the likes of Rihanna, Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber, Major Lazer, Tory Lanez and more. Most recently, the Virginia native contributed a handful of records to Kanye West’s ye, Kid Cudi and West’s Kids See Ghosts, and Nas’ NASIR projects. Earlier this week, the hitmaking producer teased an upcoming collaboration with Halsey and Khalid, with no further details. A day later, Blanco releases the full record entitled “Eastside.” Written by Ed Sheeran, the track touches o the subject of growing and moving into adulthood.

Benny Blanco also stars in the song’s accompanying visual, directed by Jake Schreier. The video serves as a story of Blanco’s life current and past. Get the song on iTunes and all streaming services now and watch below.

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