New Hip Hop Songs
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.
If you’ve checked out any of The Alchemist‘s interviews—including his 2009 tête-à-tête with our own DJ Z—you already know the veteran beatsmith and occasional emcee has got one of the most eccentric (and...Read More
Last we heard from AdELA, it was 2011, and the rising pop songstress was peddling a glossy, robotic brand of club pop on joints like Just Feel It and Limos. Three years later, the Run the Streets signee returns with a new...Read More
Addressing popular culture’s frequent assaults on black masculinity, Feminization and its subsequent remix were heady stuff, even for K. Sparks. In the interest of balance, the freshly-minted follow-up features no...Read More
On her last Booth feature, Say You Love Me, Jessie Ware was pleading with her man to put his affection for her into words. A couple weeks later, the UK pop songstress would happily trade those words for the emotions behind...Read More
As recent events in the Midwest have again proven, black men are under threat by the very people tasked to protect them. While Trinidad Jame$‘s latest promotional cut is dedicated to a member of Atlanta’s finest,...Read More
UPDATE: We have added the Donald Glover-directed visuals for Jhené Aiko’s The Pressure single.
With her major-label debut album just months away from release, rising R&B star Jhené Aiko is undoubtedly starting to...Read More
Since dropping off Sincerely, the Mixtape back in February, Sincerely Collins has only brought us one new solo feature (Listen), but you shouldn’t take that as evidence of inactivity. Quite the contrary, the Phoenix...Read More
Ibn Inglor hasn’t stepped into the Booth with any new material since unleashing his latest street album, New Wave 2, back in April. Though the Windy City representative has yet to hash out details on his next project,...Read More
A buzzmaking duo consisting of French beat wizards Morritz and Myk Max, Loop Snatchers officially introduce themselves to the game—and the Booth—with debut single What the Night May Bring. Los Angeles mainstay Blu and...Read More
Blicky may be accumulating currency at an alarming rate, but dinero isn’t the only thing on his mental. On his latest EP single, the chronically fly OVO affiliate draws a key distinction: “I make money, Money...Read More
Though NYC is currently experiencing one last blast of summer heat, Hoodie Weather is just around the corner. Your Old Droog, for one, can’t wait to bust out the sweats and thermals. On the latest single off his...Read More
It might seem surprising that two teens, brothers Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy, had one of the hits of the summer in No Flex Zone, but factor in that hitmaker of the moment Mike WiLL Made It both produced the song and is backing...Read More
Fellas beware: if you’re not satisfying your woman, it’s only a matter of time before Jermaine Dupri Pulls Up to your crib and whisks her away to a new, more luxurious life. On this freshly-minted promo cut, his...Read More
Quick: name the two local rappers you’d most like to have guest on your latest record, if you were an up-and-coming Chicago emcee. Not counting Kanye (F**k, he’s probably in Paris right now.), I’d be...Read More
Pringles, narcotics, talented emcees… some things are just better in the plural. If you can appreciate a little artful excess, you’re sure to appreciate Multiple Drugs, the latest single and debut Booth feature...Read More
When I hit play on a record titled “Godzilla,” I expect something heavy and aggressive, possibly featuring a sample from Blue Oyster Cult’s classic jam by the same name. I most certainly don’t expect something...Read More
Wherever you look, you can find a few people f**king things up for everyone else—from talentless rappers and predatory label execs to (more seriously) racist cops and plutocrats. While many resent these individuals, Booth...Read More
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