“The Recipe” – Kendrick Lamar ft. Dr. Dre


Possibly the best rapper in the game right now and his mentor – Kendrick and Dre, respectively – drop a track together. Oddly, Dre’s flow in this one sounds surprisingly similar to Kendrick….. But I’m not claiming ghost writing or anything.

Anyways, it’s a Dre beat, so you know the production is great, and any verse that sounds like Kendrick (or is Kendrick) is amazing, so the verse are sweet. The hook may have left some to be desired, but that’s all good. This is presumably a single off of Kendrick’s upcoming album, “Good Kid in a Mad City”. Download the track here, and check out the lyrics over on RapGenius.


Diggy Simmons Disses J. Cole on “What You Say to Me”

Young Diggy responds to a friendly “diss” off J. Cole’s “Grew Up Fast”, in which he also talked about Diggy’s sister, Vanessa. No offense to Diggy, but you can certainly tell that he’s 17 on this track: first he tells Cole that he has no friends, then he calls him a dweeb. Cole could easily rip Diggy in a beef, but I doubt he thinks it is worth his time.

Anyways, download the diss here, and check out the explained lyrics over on RapGenius.

Notorious B.I.G.: 15 Years Later

The debate for all-time greatest emcee often comes down to an argument pitting the late greats 2Pac and Notorious B.I.G. 15 years ago today, the latter of this pair was murdered. Throughout his all-too-short lifetime, Biggie only released two albums (“Ready to Die” and “Life After Death”), but both were classics. No questions asked. Biggie’s story-telling, flow, and iconic voice catapulted him to the top of the East Coast rap game. If Biggie had lived and continued to consistently put out music as great as his first two albums, he may be considered the inarguable G.O.A.T.

Regardless, the rap industry today still feels the influence of Notorious. Personally, I listened to nothing but Biggie today to commemorate his death. Biggie Smalls, we salute you.

Check out the lyrics Biggie Small’s entire catalogue of music over on RapGenius.

Download Link, Official Video, & Lyrics: Official “Rack City” Remix – Tyga feat. Wale, Fabolous, Young Jeezy, Meek Mill & T.I.

The star-studded crew of Tyga, Wale, Fabolous, Young Jeezy, Meek Mill & T.I. come together to drop video to a song that they all killed.

Check out the lyrics & breakdown of the song from RapGenius here. Download the song here.

Download Link, Official Artwork & Lyrics: “DoYaThing” by Gorillaz feat. James Murphy & Andre 3000

An up-beat, near-techno beat which Gorillaz picked up and got James Murphy and Andre 3000 to hop on. In my opinion, Murphy & Gorillaz are mediocre on this song, but 3 Stacks absolutely MURDERS it.

Download the song here. Check out the lyrics & breakdown of it on RapGenius here.

Nicki Minaj & Lil Wayne “Roman Reloaded” w/ Download Link

Check out the title track to Nicki’s upcoming album, “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded” featuring “The Female Weezy” and the actual Weezy.

Download the track here. Check out the lyrics & RapGenius breakdown of it here.

Slaughterhouse – “Monsters in my Head” w/ Download Link

The all-star four man team consisting of Royce Da 5’9″, Joell Ortiz, Joe Budden, and Crooked I released a nasty track today, titled “Monsters in My Head”.

Check out & download the track here.

Check out the lyrical analysis of it on RapGenius here.

Tyga’s “Love Game”

Personally, this is my favorite song from Tyga’s debut album “Careless World: Rise of the Last King”. It’s a great love story told over a chilling beat with a great dubstep outro. I love it.

Check out & download Love Game here:

“Love Game”

Check out the RapGenius breakdown of the lyrics here.