The Top 50 Hip Hop Songs of August (Submit Yours for September/October) Co-Owner, Journalist and Rap Artist AWKWORD Curates the Top 50 Hip Hop Songs of August (Free Stream via Audiomack)...

I scoured the depths of the Internets’ top music-hosting site, Audiomack, and I picked the best 50 songs from about 150 in consideration. I curated a streaming mix that spins smoothly right through — and not in order from best to worst. This month’s top-10 standouts are:
  1. The creative and comical yet socially conscious “Cam’ron Voice” from Uncle Murda, whose politicization I noted last month
  2. Two songs from SRFSCHL affiliate Danny Matos, whose LP with Rusty Mack and The Red Walrus produced a number of possible picks
  3. The triumphant return of Protest Music artist Lowkey of the UK
  4. Two flawless, jazzy and soulful collaborations between producer Apollo Brown and Skyzoo (who appears three times this month)
  5. The Hannibal King-blessed lead single from ‘Lightbulb Over My Head While I’m Thinking’ by Teck-Zilla and Kentucky’s Allen Poe
  6. Two (very different) appearances from Boston legend Akrobatik
  7. A posthumous classic from Sean Price, produced by the incredible DJ Skizz
  8. “Cops N Robbers” from Rhymefest, inspired by a harrowing personal story of being robbed at gunpoint and then treated like a criminal when reporting the crime to the Chicago Police Department
  9. MY summer anthem, “Summer Not Coming”, by SHIRT, who premiered the song live throughout NYC on a pickup truck with a big speaker in the back
  10. A song I just can’t get out of my head, “Plata O Plomo” by the City of Snow’s good-fella rapper Tone Atlas, featuring playlist regular Conway the Machine
Honorable Mention: With “NSFW”, Sa-Roc slays on behalf of women everywhere (she got the answers, Sway!)
  1. Uncle Murda – Cam’ron Voice [prod. by Teddy Da Don]
  2. Oowop The Don ft. AR-AB & Bobby Garcia – 2 Gunz Up [prod. by Stan Da Man]
  3. Troy Ave – Appreciate Me [prod. by Robbie NovaYankee Trilogy]
  4. Narcotechs [Dax of MPIRE Doza the Drumdealer] – Conquistadors [prod. by Doza the Drumdealer]
  5. Chase N. Cashe ft. Davy Boy – Big Bank Lil Bank [prod. by Chase N. Cashe]
  6. Action BronsonMark Ronson & Dan Auerbach (of The Black Keys) – Standing in the Rain
  7. Luis Haze ft. JR Writer – Juice
  8. Kyle Lucas ft. Outasight – Golden God [prod. by 20syl]
  9. Hodgy Beats ft. Rarri – Bizness [prod. by The Beat Brigade]
  10. Phora – Came Up [prod. by Epik The Dawn]
  11. Chance – Dreaming [prod. by Ear2ThaBeat]
  12. Lanz Pierce – Secrets [prod. by Neenyo]
  13. Danny Matos ft. Samantha Leon – Bring Me [prod. by Rusty Mack & The Red Walrus]
  14. Danny Matos ft. Taylor – Too Soon [prod. by Rusty Mack & The Red Walrus]
  15. Fred The Godson ft. Dublin – Change [prod. by Diny Made That]
  16. Lowkey [UK] ft. Mai Khalil [UK] & DJ Face – Ahmed [prod. by Agent of Change(Watch the live performance, withKarim Kamar on keys, via Global Faction)
  17. Hakim Green – Lessons [prod. by DJ PuertoRoc]
  18. Maestro Fresh Wes ft. Saukrates – The Distance [prod. by Saukrates]
  19. Apollo Brown & Skyzoo ft. Patty Crash – One In The Same [prod. by Apollo Brown]
  20. Apollo Brown & Skyzoo ft. Joell Ortiz – A Couple Dollars [prod. by Apollo Brown]
  21. AWKWORD ft. Skyzoo & Rapper Big Pooh – Cruel Intentions (Remix) [prod. by Frank Drake]
  22. Bishop Lamont ft. Rapper Big Pooh, Focus…Wyann Vaughn & Ram Dass – Are You Ready [prod. by Focus…]
  23. Black Thought – Glitches (Remix) [prod. by Phoniks]
  24. Teck-Zilla (Canada) & Allen Poe ft. Hannibal King – Incandescent [prod. by Teck-Zilla]
  25. Modenine (Nigeria) ft. DJ Jimmy Jatt (Nigeria) – Insulin [prod. by Teck-Zilla]
  26. Nas Michael Kiwanuka – Rule The World (I Came From The City)
  27. Rhymefest ft. John The Author – Cops N Robbers [prod. by S1Epikh ProDamon Ranger & Xzibit]
  28. Mr. Green & Blacastan – Power [prod. by Mr. Green]
  29. Dom Pachino (of Killarmy) ft. Inspectah Deck – Red Dots [prod. by Bronze Nazareth]
  30. P. General (of Bankai Fam) – Bush Kept Secret [prod. by VS the Best]
  31. Shabaam Sahdeeq – Limitless [prod. by DJ Doom]
  32. L’Orange & Mr. Lif ft. Akrobatik Gonjasufi – Strange Technology [prod. by L’Orange]
  33. REKS ft. Akrobatik, Edo GTermanology & DJ Deadeye – Plane Gang [prod. by The Audible Doctor]
  34. Tha Addicts (DJ Menace & Bliz Balboa) ft. KXNG Crooked (fka Crooked I) – Bars Inc. [prod. by Freddie Bruno]
  35. Sa-Roc – NSFW (Not Safe For Weak Rappers)
  36. Chris Webby – Ash Ketchum [prod. by C-Lance]
  37. Sean Price (RIP) – Rap Professor [prod. by DJ Skizz]
  38. Nabo Rawk – Hell Yeah [prod. by Vic Grimes]
  39. SageInfinite – Space Out
  40. Little Vic ft. Critical Roc Marciano – I Want It [prod. by DJ Connect] (2012)
  41. Roc Marciano – All For It [prod. by The Alchemist]
  42. Rec Riddles – Pulpit Poems [prod. by Rec Riddles]
  43. Shaz Illyork ft. Rast – RFC (Ready For Combat) [prod. by Strange Neighbor]
  44. Narchotechs [MPire x Doza the Drumdealer] – New Day (Intro) [prod. Doza the Drumdealer]
  45. Daniel Son – Gold Clips [prod. by Giallo Point]
  46. Tone Atlas ft. Conway & Pedro Escobar – Plata O Plomo [prod. by Twist L’s]
  47. DJ Rude One ft. Conway – Andre Drummond [prod. by DJ Rude One]
  48. Hus Kingpin ft. JuneLyfe – Wave Palooza [prod. by Marco Polo]
  49. SHIRT – Summer Not Coming [prod. by Diagnostics]
  50. NameBrand– Summertime [prod. by OK MR HO]

To have your song considered for feature, follow these steps:

1. Upload your song to Audiomack.
2. Email the Audiomack link to AWKWORD.
3. Wait and see.

A Little More ( Produced by Blastah Beatz ) First Single off #RIParadisePraverb Project

Praverb The Wyse, Founder of
First single off #RIParadisePraverb project. We all love and have a deep hearted respect for our brother Earl Patrick McNease aka Praverb the Wyse who passed away 2 years ago on this day. Since that time we have come together to compile unreleased songs, and dedications to our brother with this special project that we hold so dear to our heart #RIParadisePraverb. For everything he was, is, and continue to be to all of us we unveil this first track off the project entitled, "A Little More" which is produced by Blastah Beatz from Portugal. This marks the beginning of the countdown to the release of this project which will be exclusively be released here as well as a limited edition vinyl pressing of 100 copies which pre orders will be available for the vinyl gearing for its release on November 11, 2016. All the money made from this single and project will go directly to Vanessa and Matthew McNease please support and let's make this project come into the forefront and have the legacy of not just Patrick's music but who he was as a man, friend, brother, husband and father resonate now and forever. We love and miss you Patrick this is for you and your family #RIParadisePraverb. Single will be available tomorrow on the 2 years of Praverbs passing at as well as the preorders.
Cover Art Designed by: Mike "Gaits" McNease, Praverb's Brother

Nigeria's REZthaPoet Releases EXPOSIT (Deluxe Edition) LP

Following a sold-out performance at Grill and Read in Lagos, Nigerian spoken word artist REZthaPoet releases the 10-track EXPOSIT (Deluxe Edition) album, featuring critically acclaimed single "I Am", plus crowd-favorite "Asake", the rousing "One and the Same","Awoof" and several other impressive cuts sure to make the LP an African poetry classic...

And, it looks like he's supporting the release with a performance down in South Africa.
Stream via Spotify.
Purchase via iTunes or Tidal.

The Top 50 Hip Hop Songs of July (Submit Yours for August/September) Co-Owner, Journalist and Rap Artist AWKWORD Curates the Top 50 Hip Hop Songs of July (Free Stream via Audiomack)

July was looking good. I'd never seen so much Protest Music put out in a one-month period in my whole life --and from apolitical artists (e.g., Hot Boy Turk), too. Hip Hop was/is going back to its roots, with a big middle finger to the Man... But, then, on the last day of the month, the day before my 35th birthday, I lost one of my oldest and best friends, New York City legend Andreis Costa aka GuessWho? aka YME. So, I start this month off by paying tribute to my fallen brother, with a 're-release' of an old record from his group No Question?, also consisting of Whatzisface? and super-producer Harry Fraud. Fittingly, I selected "T&C Surf Design" from the crew's 'Nintendo Mixtape', a song that starts: "These cops is coming / Better start to running / When you see 'them boys...'" So, the theme persists -- about half the songs this month are political, and timely in addressing inequality, injustice, racism and police brutality.

'Gangster' rappers Uncle Murda and Maino make waves with "Hands Up"; Jay-Z even gets political, releasing "Spiritual" from the vault; West Coasters Mistah FAB and Fashawn contribute with the touching "6 Shots" and "Mother AmeriKKKa," respectively; Kemba (fka YC The Cynic) returns for the second month with two more creative Frank Drake-produced socially conscious cuts; Nas/Erykah Badu and Swizz Beatz/Scarface drop iconic collaborations; and newcomer Nick Grant exposes stereotyping on my favorite record of the month, "Black Boy/White Boy." 

Best playlist yet. Stream below. (The Top 100 Songs of 2016 drops in January!)

#RIPYME. Legends Never Die.


  1. No Question? (Whatzisace?, GuessWho? [RIP] & Harry Fraud) – T&C Surf Design (Them Boys) [prod. by Harry Fraud]
  2. Uncle Murda ft. Maino & Jay Watts – Hands Up [prod. by Reefa & 12 Keyz]
  3. Jarren Benton ft. OnCue & Big Rube – Scared [prod. by The Coalition]
  4. Noochie – Jerome [prod. by RaRa & Mr. Williams]
  5. Cassidy – Let the Truth be Told
  6. Mistah FAB – 6 Shots [prod. by The Mekanix]
  7. Daylyt – Pokemon Lives Matter
  8. King Dreams – Red & Blue
  9. Fashawn – Mother AmeriKKKa [prod. by Hecktik & Jukebawks]
  10. Nas ft. Erykah Badu – This Bitter Land [prod. by JB Bontemps]
  11. Jay-Z – Spiritual [prod. by Detail]
  12. Swizz Beatz ft. Scarface – Sad News [prod. by Swizz Beatz]
  13. Kemba – Brown Skin Jesus [prod. by Frank Drake]
  14. Kemba – Already [prod. by Frank Drake]
  15. Nick Grant – Black Boy/White Boy
  16. Termanology ft. Saigon – We’re Both Wrong [prod. by Q-Tip]
  17. Golden Age (Do D.A.T.MaliciousLee) – What’s A Black Life Worth? [prod. by MaliciousLee]
  18. Joe Budden – Freedom (Freestyle) [prod. by Jonny Coffer, Beyonce & Just Blaze]
  19. Hot Boy Turk – Justice or Else [prod. by JoeyDidThis]
  20. Pop Dollarz – Walk With Me
  21. DJ Greg Street ft. Akon, B.o.B. & Big K.R.I.T. – I Am Somebody
  22. Sean Brown – Big Dreams [prod. by Crazy T]
  23. Michael Cobbs ft. KRS-One – More Love (Remix)
  24. Kosha Dillz ft. Matisyahu – Dodging Bullets [prod. by Yuc Beats]
  25. Team Bangah (Ray Vegas & Ray Bangah) – Middle of a War [prod. by YBMuzik]
  26. Jarren Benton – My Word [prod. by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League & Royce Music Group]
  27. SITES (Canada) ft. Royce da 5’9” & Bowza (UK) – The Pain [prod. by WADE C]
  28. Rockie Fresh – Lies and Lullabies
  29. AllttA (Mr. J. Medeiros & 20syl) – The Woods
  30. Torii Wolf & DJ Premier – Shadows Crawl [prod. by DJ Premier]
  31. Danny Matos ft. Joie Giordano – Fought the Devil [prod. by Rusty Mack & The Red Walrus]
  32. SteiN – Oh Well [prod. by Statik Selektah]
  33. Saint Joe ft. West Philly Freck & Hypnautic – Being Real [prod. by Dialectic]
  34. Kembe X – Talk Back [prod. by Hippie Sabotage]
  35. Lupe Fiasco – Pick Up The Phone
  36. Neef Buck ft. Raheem Devaughn – Pretty Thang [prod. by Jahlil Beats]
  37. TAO & Eric Heron ft. Christina Carte – Time [prod. by TAO]
  38. Wil Akogu ft. Mike Wavvs – Fade to Black [prod. by Jabari Rayford, Dougy OGC, Mike Wavvs & Wolfgang]
  39. Remy Ma – My Shit [prod. by D Stackz]
  40. Mister Miles – Bars
  41. Light the Emcee – Live Pro [prod. by DJ Premier]
  42. SPNDA ft. Guilty Simpson & Chilla Jones – Give N Take [prod. by Hash Gordn]
  43. The Other Guys ft. Skyzoo – Realer Than Most
  44. Beanie Sigel & Jadakiss – Dinero [prod. by Buda Da Future & Grandz Muzik]
  45. Planet Asia – Feliz Navidad [prod. by DirtyDiggs]
  46. DJ Skizz ft. Roc Marciano & Conway – Bosses [prod. by DJ Skizz & Frank Dukes]
  47. Bozack Morris ft. Conway & WestSide Gunn – Never Change [prod. by Bozack Morris]
  48. Benny (Black Soprano Family) ft. WestSide Gunn & Conway – Tom Ford Socks
  49. WestSide Gunn – Peter Luger [prod. by Daringer]
  50. Daniel Son – Rum Cake [prod. by Vic Grimes]


To have your song considered for feature, follow these steps:

1. Upload your song to Audiomack.
2. Email the Audiomack link to AWKWORD.
3. Wait and see.

New Music from Skyzoo, Rapper Big Pooh & Awkword

Industry Insider: 5 Questions with Hip Hop's Jack of All Trades, Curtiss King

Curtiss King sets an example for artists of all ages and at all stages.

Curtiss King embodies the age old term "jack of all trades". As a teenager, growing up in Carson, CA, Curtiss made the decision that he would not only pursue his passion for rap, but also learn the technicalities of production, engineering, graphic design, and marketing. Residing in the Inland Empire, Curtiss's music embodies the "feel good" essence of the 90s, intertwined with a refreshingly raw appeal and inspiring contemporary edge. His credits are nothing short of impressive, including artists such as: Compton native Kendrick Lamar (TDE), Ab-Soul (TDE), E-40, MURS (Strange Music) and super producer Hit-Boy. Curtiss continues to reinvent himself through his music and constant output of value for his fellow artists and producers through artist 1 on 1 coaching, online tutorials, and public speaking. --

1. How do you juggle all the different jobs? Describe how you manage your time, how you determine when to work on what? 

One word: Discipline. Before every week I designate different days for different jobs. Monday - Social Media Scheduling, Tuesday - Artist Marketing & Producer Motivation Video Days, Wednesday - Rapper Days, Thursday - Make Beats and Piano Lessons, Friday - Make Beats and Do Weekly Sales Analysis. I wake up every morning and make a realistic list of the things that I want to accomplish that day. I set short and clear goals for each task and get to work. Everyday I workout, eat fresh foods, and read to make sure my body and mind can perform at top levels for these tasks.

2. Realistic goals, organization, and physical and mental health -- and I know you offer one-on-one services to help guide artists who need help in these and other areas. Is this a major source of income for you? Or, is there another area of your business that is most profitable?

At the moment my production is the most successful part of my business financially. As a rapper and producer I think it's the most successful for a few reasons. Artists in our industry have a bigger void of great production than they do a void of great feature rap verses. So the need and the demand of me at the present time is predominantly my production at Another factor is that I've worked with the likes of respected artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul, E-40, and MURS so their influence obviously translates to more eyes and potential clients.

3. So, if it's not the money, why do you work so hard to help other independent artists? 

Editors note: A twitter back-and-forth between Curtiss and an associate, with that associate likening Curtiss's current efforts to those of the late, great Praverb, led to this interview for Praverb's site.

I work hard to provide authentic value to my fellow independent artists for many reasons. Firstly, I know what it felt like when I first began making music and tirelessly searched the internet for REAL information that could help me. I wish in my early days I had a mentor or a big brother to help me avoid certain pitfalls that I encountered. Secondly, I have learned that the way to ensure my own success is to be of service to the people. Thirdly, it fills me up to help good people. There is no feeling in the world better than to see or hear about someone breathing a sigh of relief because someone like me gave a damn enough to help them. I have read so many books, articles, and listened to hours of podcast and what I continuously heard about was how every one of these millionaires had teaching as one of their main sources of income. THAT was a light bulb moment where it made me question some of the ethics and ideologies in Hip Hop. We don't teach each other like we should. We look down on the teachers in our genre. Why is that the OGs compete with the young heads instead of helping them clime? Why is that the young heads won't bless the old heads with game about Soundcloud or new social media knowledge that could help them? Both sides have legitimate arguments on why they don't, but no matter the reason this is a problem that needs to be solved for the preservation of the culture we all love. If I can spark the idea or the conversation to begin changing this mentality, I've done my job.

4. That's beautiful, my brother. Now, since faith played a significant role in the life of Praverb and remains important to many of our readers, how does religion/faith play into your day to day life? 

Religion and Faith are literally the backbone of everything that I do. I talk to God often through prayer. I ask questions and I feel that he answers them in different ways, but he always answers them. I try my best to go to church every Sunday and pay my tithes. My life has been a rollercoaster of trials and triumphs that only a higher power could create. My life has been a 4 Runner driven on the gas of faith. Many of the principles of value and success that I have found in business related books all reference the Bible and I understand why. I'm never one to judge, but I don't know how any man or woman can attain true success and not believe in a higher power. True success comes as a result of strong faith, love, and understanding. Faith and understanding are at the foundation of God's love. I look around at where I am today in comparison to where I was at when I was 17 and I know God is real.

5. So, other than more brothers like you and Praverb, what does Hip Hop need more of? And what is the biggest lesson you've learned that all up-and-coming artists should heed?

Hip Hop needs more compassion for one another and leadership that truly understands what it means to be valuable and to give value. For a genre that was built on the foundation of giving a voice to the unheard, compassion is imperative to the success of the unheard. For me compassion comes in the form of teaching. I'm not a 'teacher' in the traditional sense with a classroom and whiteboard, but I am someone that knows what they are talking, has proof of concept, and wants to be of value to his peers. The biggest lesson I've learned was that failure doesn't exist, only exciting opportunities to learn something new. Also that GIVING VALUE isn't something you have to wait until you are rich to do. Value is something a 17 year old producer who is just starting off can give his 12 year old brother who wants to learn how to make beats. Up and coming artists, your success will not come down to how great you rap or make beats. The success you attain or the money you make in your life will be dependent upon the size of the problems you solve and how many people you solve those problems for. Be a giver and you will receive everything you desire in this world. I know it sounds crazy, but let these words sit with you and do what feels RIGHT, young creators.

Listen to Curtiss King's Raging Waters LP:

Look Back: Indie Rap in June (Top 50 Playlist)

I went through all the rap music uploaded to Audiomack in the month of June, picked out the 50 best songs, and created a playlist that flows from start to finish. Don’t let them tell you that Hip Hop is dead. We got beautiful genre-blending records, work from overseas in Africa, Europe and Latin America, a few throwbacks to the golden era, and even some protest music. Some of the artists, like De La Soul, Snoop Dogg and DMX, have been around for years, and some are new — proof that all hope isn’t lost. The top 10 highlights for me include:
  1. Young Lito and Troy Ave’s off-key singalong, “I Love This Game”
  2. The soulful “Don’t Forget ‘Em” remix from OLD Kanye and his former Chi-town collaborator Consequence
  3. The rock-influenced song of protest “Say When” from THEY. 
  4. Skyzoo’s genius response to Jay-Z’s “Friend or Foe ’98”
  5. Some non-violent rap confrontation from Diabolic and Talib Kweli, as well as Hus Kingpin and Rozewood talking to their (former) friends from Griselda
  6. The triumphant return of YC the Cynic, as Kemba (2 tracks)
  7. A bold effort from Vic Mensa, with Le1f, Lil B, Halsey and Malik Yusef
  8. More work from my “I Am” cohorts in Nigeria and Zambia, Modenine and Holstar
  9. New, classic ILL BILL
  10. My song of the month, the “1st” remix from Torii Wolf and DJ Premier, featuring Dilated Peoples

  1. De La Soul ft. Snoop Dogg – “Pain”
  2. Russ – “DiMaggio” [prod. by Russ]
  3. Young Lito ft. Troy Ave – “I Love This Game” [prod. by Robbie Nova & Yankee]
  4. Consequence Kanye West – “Don’t Forget ‘Em (Remix)” [prod. by Kanye West]
  5. JAQUEBEATZ – “N.A.S.A.” [prod. by JAQEBEATZ]
  6. THEY. – “Say When”
  7. APSPDR+ ft. SZANemo Achida & Moruf – “Bed (Reenacted)” [prod. by APSPDR+]
  8. KoS [Ghana] – “Certainly” [prod. by Bliz]
  9. Torii Wolf ft. Dilated Peoples (Evidence Rakaa Iriscience) – “1st (Remix)” [prod. by DJ Premier]
  10. Vic Mensa ft. Le1fHalseyLil B & Malik Yusef – “Free Love” [prod. by Papi Beatz]
  11. Kutt Calhoun ft. The Jokerr – “Alive” [prod. by DJ Pain 1]
  12. Modenine [Nigeria] ft. Maka [Nigeria] – “No Matter What” [prod. by Black Intelligence [Nigeria]]
  13. Holstar [Zambia] ft. Jane Jonazi [Zambia] – “Nipempako” [prod. by Kati [Zambia]]
  14. Jon Connor ft. Ali Vegas – “It’s Gonna Come (Remix)” [prod. by Jon Connor]
  15. Reek Da Villian – “Trouble Waters” [prod. by Sarah Jay]
  16. Donte Peace – “D.R.U.G.S.” [prod. by MaxTrax]
  17. Hussle Crowe – “B.L.A.C.K. Unity” [prod. by Ear 2 Tha Beat]
  18. Kemba (FKA YC the Cynic) – “Already” [prod. by Frank Drake]
  19. Kemba – “The New Black Theory” [prod. by Frank Drake]
  20. Napoleon Da Legend – “Time is the Enemy” [prod. by Quantic]
  21. Thelonious Martin ft. Joey Purp – “Bomaye” [prod. by Thelonious Martin]
  22. DMX – “Blood Red” [prod. by Divine Bars]
  23. Bishop Lamont ft. Ryu Apathy – “Un-American” [prod. by Paul Cabbin]
  24. ILL BILL – “Make Them Die Slowly” [prod. by DJ Skizz]
  25. Superanfor (Colombia) ft. Planet Asia – “Respeta”
  26. Diabolic – “IneKwelity” (Talib Kweli Diss) [prod. by Junior Makhno]
  27. Talib Kweli – “You Tried It” (Diabolic Diss) [prod. by J. Rawls]
  28. MindsOne (KON Sci, Tronic, Noumenon & Slim Deluxe) & DJ Iron – “Follow The Light” [prod. by DJ Iron]
  29. Ugly Heroes (Verbal KentRed Pill & Apollo Brown) – “Today Right Now” [prod. by Apollo Brown]
  30. A-F-R-O & Marco Polo ft. Shylow – “Long Time Coming” [prod. by Marco Polo]
  31. MC White Owl – “Pickle Juice” [prod. by Jakk Wonders (South Africa)]
  32. Kuna (Italy) ft. K-Squeez – “So Cold” [prod. by Kuna]
  33. Oun-P ft. Styles P – “Fake Niggas” [prod. by The Cratez]
  34. Troy S.L.U.G.S. – “Under the Street Light”
  35. Aaron Cohen – “Off The Ground” [prod. by Kemal]
  36. Kembe X – “Excellence” [prod. by Hippie Sabotage]
  37. Black El ft. Black Josh – “Getaway” [prod. by Durkin]
  38. Gensu Dean & Denmark Vessey – “The Meek” [prod. by Gensu Dean]
  39. Maffew Ragazino – “Snowing in Jerusalem” [prod. by Sebb Bash]
  40. Cousin Stizz – “500 Horses” [prod. by Lil Rich]
  41. Napoleon Da Legend – “Fist of the North Star” [prod. by The Alchemist]
  42. PhybaOptikz ft. Daniel Son & SmooVth – “Fools Gold” [prod. by Giallo Point]
  43. WestSide Gunn ft. WestSide Pootie – “SummerSlam 88” [prod. by Your Old Droog]
  44. Ras Beats ft. Roc Marciano – “Wit No Pressure” [prod. by Ras Beats]
  45. Killer Ben & DirtyDiggs ft. Phil the Agony & Roc Marciano – “Cristal” [prod. by DirtyDiggs]
  46. Planet Asia – “SciThug” [prod. by BudaMonk]
  47. Big Twins ft. Planet Asia – “Last Man Standing” [prod. by Twiz the Beat Pro]
  48. Big Twins ft. Rozewood Hus Kingpin – “Power” [prod. by Twiz the Beat Pro]
  49. Hus Kingpin & Rozewood – “Love Day”
  50. Skyzoo – “Friend or Foe Pt. 3”



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