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DJ Kay Slay Recruits All-Star Line Up For 'The Big Brother' Album

DJ Kay Slay aka The Drama King called on an army rappers his upcoming album 'The Big Brother. '

DJ Kay Slay decided it's time to push his own ginormous LP with the most unique collaborations to come out of New York City. Shortly after releasing "Wild One" featuring Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Kevin Gates & Meet Sims, Kay Slay provides the full tracklist for The Big Brother."

READ: DJ Kay Slay Recruits Rick Ross, 2 Chainz And Kevin Gates For “Wild One”

Over the weekend, Kay Slay dropped the pre-order link for his fourth studio album, which revealed the entire 22-song tracklist. The Drama King recruited the most prominent MCs and numerous veterans from all five boroughs including Dave East, Maino, Mysonne, The LOX, French Montana, Papoose, Busta Rhymes, Raekwon, Lloyd Banks, Vado, and more. Not only does he put on for NYC, but Kay Slay also brings on an army of hip-hop heavyweights including Kendrick Lamar, Fat Joe, Trick Trick, E-40, Tech N9ne, Scarface, Mac Miller, Juicy J, Termanology, Zoey Dollaz, and so much more.

The Big Brother drops Aug. 18. Pre-order the album now and check out the massive tracklist below.

1. Intro f. Outlawz
2. Jealousy f. Busta Rhymes, Tech N9ne, The Game & Meet Sims
3. Wild One f. Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Kevin Gates & Meet Sims
4. Lights Glowing f. Sheek Louch, Styles P & Scarface
5. Super Trick (Skit)
6. Regulate f. Jadakiss, Lloyd Banks, Joell Ortiz & Meet Sims)
7. Story of My Life f. Papoose, Mysonne & AZ
8. No Regrets f. Bun B, Fat Joe & Mc Gruff
9. Cold Summer f. Kendrick Lamar, Mac Miller, Kevin Gates & Rell
10. Gangsta Rhythm f. Uncle Murda, Trick Trick, Z-Ro & Ra Diggs
11. Can’t Tell Me Nothing f. Young Buck, Raekwon, Jay Rock & Meet Sims
12. Hip-Hop Icons f. Ice T & Kool G Rap
13. It’s Harlem f. Dave East, Ms Hustle, Vado & Jaquae
14. This Is My Culture f. Ransom, Papoose, Jon Connor & Locksmith
15. Respect the Cipher f. Loaded Lux, Mistah F.A.B., Termanology, Ms Hustle, Nicky D’s, Oun P & Ras Kass
16. A Million Bucks f. Troy Ave, Nipsey Hussle, Rocko, Vado & Fatman Scoop
17. Death Murder & Mayhem (feat. Beanie Sigel, Freeway, Young Chris & Tracey Lee
18. Coast 2 Coast f. E-40, 3D Natee & Troy Ave
19. Fuk Da Party Up f. Juicy J, Ms Hustle, Project P & Meet Sims
20. Stage 2 Haters (Skit)
21. Keep Your Eyes Open f. Maino, Young Buck & Nick Grant
22. Rose Showers f. French Montana, Dave East & Zoey Dollaz

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50 Cent Says 'Power' Will Not End After Season 6: "I Changed My Mind"

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I Changed my mind POWER is not going to be over after season 6. This shit is to good 🤦‍♂️#lecheminduroi #bransoncognac #starzplay

A post shared by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Jun 25, 2019 at 3:44am PDT

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This is a developing story.

We mourn the loss of Etika, a beloved member of our gaming creator community. All of us at YouTube are sending condolences to his loved ones and fans.

— YouTube Creators (@YTCreators) June 25, 2019

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