New Hip Hop Songs - Editors Picks
DJBooth's editors and DJs select only the best new hip hop songs. Other sites post everything, we FEATURE only what you need to hear.
It takes some serious stones to give your record the same name as one of the most popular songs by the most famous rock band ever to walk this earth. With that said, I’m not gonna do anything crazy like call Labrinth...Read More
Earlier today, 18-year-old singer-songwriter Raury unleashed his highly-anticipated debut project. Though we’ve already brought y’all two acclaimed singles off the set (God’s Whisper and Cigarette Song),...Read More
On his debut DJBooth feature, premiered on our front page at the top of the month, Aminé told us that he was more interested in Getting Down and having some fun than falling in love. Well, a lot can apparently change in a...Read More
Earlier today, we heard Dizzy Wright ask some tough questions about racist police brutality in general, and Ferguson in particular, on promotional single I Need Answers. Paris Jones also tackles the Michael Brown shooting and...Read More
Not seen on our front page since February, when he earned positive reader reviews for Brooklyn Basement, Collins makes his return to our front page with single numero uno off his next studio album. Listen is a poignant...Read More
It appears T.I. reads our Twitter timeline. In the opening lines of his latest work, New National Anthem, the Grand Hustle head honcho says it best: “I know radio prolly aint gonna play this.” No, the radio...Read More
OnCue may be an Angry Young Man, but he’s got nothing but love for his fans. So Much Love, in fact, that he’s giving it away for free on his latest single. Hip-hop veteran Just Blaze and Glasgow, Scotland’s...Read More
Update: We have added the Tom Gould-directed visuals for Action Bronson’s Easy Rider single.
After two independent full-lengths and a handful of acclaimed mixtapes, hip-hop gourmand Action Bronson is finally ready to...Read More
Last we heard from P.SO The Earth Tone King, he was distancing himself from negative influences that threatened to kill his high. Clearly, it remains alive and well, as the Brooklynite’s latest feature finds him and a...Read More
Longtime Booth fave Outasight may no longer be with Warner Bros., but he regards that less as a setback than a momentary detour on his way to the top. On new single The Come Up (not to be confused with G-Unit‘s recent,...Read More
After listening to Booth-approved singles The Imperial and God Knows, are you still on the fence about whether to cop Statik Selektah‘s next solo LP? If so, uh, that’s pretty f**king odd. Are you sure you’re...Read More
Last week, Ferguson, Missouri teen Michael Brown was shot to death by an anonymous police officer, apparently for little more than jaywalking. The incident sparked off an ongoing series of clashes between protesters and a...Read More
Listeners who use music as a form of escape from the stresses of everyday life may balk at the title of Lorenzo Asher‘s latest single, Bills. If you’re able to forget about those unopened envelopes glowering at...Read More
Some people say you should live and let live. Paul McCartney prefers to live and let die. Australian rap crew Hilltop Hoods? When times get tough, they follow the mantra, “Live & Let Go.” On the final pre-release...Read More
While there’s been little non-constructive criticism directed at Taylor Bennett in The DJBooth, there are plenty of individuals in less savory corners of the blogosphere HATIN’ on the Windy City representative....Read More
An unsigned buzzmaker hailing from across the pond, Jay Prince introduces himself to listeners in the Booth by way of Polaroids, single numero uno off his next EP. On this slow-rolling jam, the artist showcases his skills on...Read More
With his next solo set just one short week away from release, Statik Selektah returns to get heads buzzing even louder with another fresh single off the project. If you’re a Beach Boys fan, you likely read the title...Read More
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