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NY NY: Young M.A, Remy Ma, French Montana & Jadakiss "OOOUUU (Remix)"

The Brookyn rapper's buzing single just got a facelift. 

Rising Brooklyn sensation Young M.A already had a hot one when she dropped that “Ooouuu” earlier this year. Now, French Montana linked up with up with the young spitta to hop on a remix, boosting one of the hottest records coming out of New York to new heights.

The Coke Boyz general comes out the gate swinging with bars like, “I heard they hatin’ on the Coke Boy/Since Chinx die I ain’t even trust the popo/Watch blue face, got it in the chokehold/I be the new Ma$e, I kill ’em with the slow fold/Haah, like I ain’t got the recipe/Watchin’ Love & Basketball, Sanaa next to me/Oh, and a model next to me/Hah, call her San Diego, I call her Stephanie!” He adds a layer of reflective depth as well as a confident bravado to an already cocky and swagged out track. And it’s dripping with that Brooklyn swagger. But there's more, Jadakiss, Remy Ma, and Uncle Murda also jumped on the record.

READ: Young M.A Has A Summer ’16 “Story”

In an interview with Genius, Young M.A. explains one of her memorable lines “Every time I’m out, why she stressing me?/You call her Stephanie? I call her Headphanie,” which French Montana has also referenced spitting.

“Stephanie is such a common name,” she said. “There’s a lot of women in the world named Stephanie so it goes. A lot of people named Stephanie will be like, ‘Why did she have to come at me like that!?’ That’s the new Becky now.”

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Stalley Announces U.S. Tour, Releases 'All So New' Single With Jansport J

Ohio rap staple Stalley has returned with news of a new nationwide tour, and new music to go along with it.

On Monday (Sept. 16), Stalley announced The Head Trip Tour, a U.S. trek with 12 dates so far and more shows to be announced. The tour begins in Chicago on Nov. 7, before touring throughout more of his midwestern stomping grounds and rocking Los Angeles before several shows on the East Coast.

Stalley also released "All So New," a single produced by Los Angeles musician Jansport J. The song is his first new release since Human, an EP he dropped earlier this year.

After entering the game with his breakthrough mixtape Lincoln Way Nights, Stalley built his own fan base and eventually signed with Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group. He has since left and gone indie, releasing his own music with guest appearances from the likes of Scarface, Nipsey Hussle, 2Chainz, Ty Dolla $ign and many more.

In a press release, Stalley said that his upcoming material is more personal than ever now that he's working without the restrictions of a label.

"With this music it’s more spiritual - it’s my story," Stalley said. "I've been getting closer to my fans lately, so I really wanted to let them in and have them be a part of my growth and transition into independence. By being independent and having total control of my career, I now have the freedom to create freely and bare my whole self to my true supporters."

Listen to "All So New" above or on your favorite streaming services, and see his tour schedule below.

 

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Dreamville Releases 'Under The Sun' Video With J. Cole, DaBaby And Lute

Revenge of the Dreamers III has been one of the biggest stories of music for 2019, with J. Cole's Dreamville team and more than 100 other artists joining forces in an Atlanta studio to create a collection of original music. One of the standouts was "Under The Sun," and now that song has a new music video.

The video begins with the song's three artists – J. Cole, DaBaby, and Lute – entering a bodega and having a few sandwiches. From there, they launch into their memorable verses over the beat, co-produced by Christo, Pluss and Nice Rec. The set of visuals was directed by Scott Lazer, Aisultan Seitov, David Peters and Chad Tennies.

Dreamville has had a banner year. Ari Lennox become a star with her debut album Shea Butter Baby, and she's currently on tour with Lizzo. JID is preparing for a stadium tour with Logic, Bas has released a new mixtape called Spilled Milk Vol. 1, and EarthGang has released their debut album Mirrorland.

Watch the music video for "Under The Sun" above.

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Drake attends the "Top Boy" UK Premiere at Hackney Picturehouse on September 04, 2019 in London, England.
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Drake Officially Releases "Behind Barz" Freestyle For Netflix Series 'Top Boy'

Drake has finally delivered the official version of his "Behind Barz" freestyle on Thursday (Sept. 12). During a 2018 promo campaign, the artist teased the radio verses on the UK rap channel LinkUpTV for his fifth studio album Scorpion.

One year later and "Behind Barz" has suitably been released on the Netflix series Top Boy soundtrack. SPIN reports the 10-episode British television crime and drama series follows the lives of two drug dealers during their day-to-day in the London streets.

OVO Sound posted on their Twitter on Wednesday (Sept. 11) with the subtle announcement that the freestyle would be listed as a bonus track on the soundtrack.

TOP BOY Friday Sept 13 pic.twitter.com/tSkdWi32XV

— OVO Sound (@OVOSound) September 11, 2019

The once unreleased track shows Drake delivering verses with an accent as he spits about "paigon chit-chat." Staying in big six-six with woes/Man start dissin' and doin reposts/They do anything except road/Still can't see them after it snows, he raps in the opening verse.

Nafe Smallz, Fredo, Headie One, Baka, M Huncho, Youngs Teflon, Dave, SL, Popcaan, AJ Tracey, Ghetts, Avelino, Little Simz, and Teeway all brought their own international sounds on to the 17-track album.

Top Boy stars Ashley Walters (Speed Racer), Kane Robinson (Tower Block), and Micheal Ward (The A List).

Listen to "Behind Barz" below.

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