New Hip Hop Songs - Lyrical
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.
Update: We have added the Red August-directed visuals for ILL Brown’s Bar-Baric single.
At the risk of raining on ILL Brown‘s parade, I’ve got to point out that the Chicago emcee/producer ain’t the...Read More
With the beginning of the school year right around the corner, I have a feeling that many are daydreaming about jumping on a boat or plane to some exotic destination—possibly without purchasing a return ticket. Bas has the...Read More
Earlier this year, our own Lucas G. shined the spotlight on Pell‘s debut set in an article titled “Three Dope New Albums You Might Be Sleeping On.” That wake-up call was undoubtedly effective for many, but some...Read More
Today, the phrase “Philadelphia hip-hop” brings to mind Roc-A-Fella alumni like Freeway, Beanie Sigel and Chris & Neef, along with the more experimental sounds of The Roots. Before any of them, however, the City...Read More
Sometimes, hip-hop crews can feel like a set of Russian nesting dolls. Take Booth-newcoming collective Audiopium. Play Cousin and iLL University, the members appearing on debut feature Plan B. Like Mike (Duncan On Em’),...Read More
Though I’ve never actually watched Driving Miss Daisy, I will admit to having a slight grudge against it, since it won Best Picture in the same year Do the Right Thing was eligible. (Spike wasn’t even f**king...Read More
Yelawolf has never been big on respecting genre boundaries—I mean, he did record an EP with Travis Barker—but his latest feature may feature his most eccentric cocktail of sounds to date. For those wondering what inspired...Read More
Astro may not have been alive before the fall of the Berlin Wall, but that doesn’t stop him from “bringin’ 88 back” on the latest single off his forthcoming EP. Featured in conjunction with some down-to-earth...Read More
Often, when rappers talk about their Problems, they’re the kind only the richest one percent of their audience will be able to relate to. Homeboy Sandman‘s new single by that title, however, kicks off with an...Read More
If you were around high school age in the late ‘90s, prepare for a serious nostalgia trip. On this freshly-minted promo single, his first feature since March 2013’s Nympho, Tona revisits the music and fashion of...Read More
While the individual members have brought us a smattering of solo features in the meantime, it’s been a hot minute since we enjoyed a proper feature from DMV threesome Diamond District. If you’ve been waiting for...Read More
Madchild‘s forthcoming EP bears the title “Switched On,” and the aggressive vibes of previous singles (see: White Knuckles, the title track) suggest that it couldn’t be more appropriately named. But the...Read More
Fresh off making his DJBooth debut with the Mick Jenkins and YC the Cynic-assisted Keep It 100, Big Apple beatsmith Ricky Dubs returns to our front page with another quality jam off his next project. On Shot a Man, the...Read More
After two years with nary a solo feature from Jon Hope, we started to wonder if the Rhode Island representative would ever return, but we never gave up… um… hope. With that horrible pun out of the way, we’re...Read More
When you see either Rittz or Twista show up on the Booth front page, you can be relatively confident you’re about to hear a lot of syllables delivered extremely quickly. When they show up on a single jam together, well,...Read More
A week from today, Queens beatsmith and emcee Hannibal King will be releasing his latest digital full-length—the first project to feature him rapping—as a DJBooth exclusive. If reader-acclaimed lead single Fast Way,...Read More
Instead of doing the usual remix thing, Busta Rhymes seems to be approaching his latest single like a software developer. After releasing the Eminem-assisted Calm Down in late June, he proceeded to drop a 2.0 version with...Read More
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