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.
Hard as it may be to believe, we in the Booth sometimes make mistakes. Sometimes big ones—like missing a brand new, posthumous single and video by the biggest pop star in the history of…. well, ever. But hey, better...Read More
Tinashe is no stranger to a collabo record with a more street-oriented rapper. In just the past 18 months, the RCA recording artist has worked with A$AP Nast (Who Am I Working For), Travi$ Scott (Vulnerable) and ScHoolboy Q...Read More
The road to Demrick‘s debut independent full-length has been a long one, but Losing Focus is finally on the horizon. Since it needs a little more time in the oven, though, the West Coast rhymesayer has connected with...Read More
Three Weeks. That’s how long Dewy Sinatra‘s been sitting in the same spot, “staring at the same four blank walls”, wearing the same clothes. If that sounds a little crazy to you, well, that’s because it...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
I never thought of Jeezy as the kind of guy who’d be big on crying, and it turns out my intuition was correct. Though you won’t catch him shedding No Tears, there’s pain beneath his steely facade, as he...Read More
There are a few things you should know about Tyson onBEATS, right off the bat. For one thing, it’s not one person but a duo made up of rapper Tyson Amir and beatsmith Ridwan Bass (better known as onBEATS). For another,...Read More
A few months back, when NeeQ (not to be confused with NIQUE) first unleashed his latest single, the whole damn Internet slept on it—The DJBooth included. When you’re as clearly Gifted as the Creative Mics emcee,...Read More
Love is so much Like a Drug it’s a wonder it’s legal. Think about it: it’s habit-forming, hampers your ability to concentrate on anything except the object of your affection, causes a wide variety of...Read More
For a minute, we’ve known one of the meanings behind the title of Chris Brown‘s sixth full-length: “X” stands for the fact that each of the project’s two discs features 10 songs. With the release...Read More
If you’re going to make your next single a cover, you might as well cover the best—and that’s exactly what Maino does on the latest release off his upcoming street album. Featured in conjunction with an unknown...Read More
Update: We have added the visuals for Teyana’s Maybe single.
In a sense, the wishy-washy title of Teyana Taylor‘s new single is appropriate, since the G.O.O.D. Music signee (or her people) indecisively sat on the...Read More
Back in May of 2013, Palermo Stone made his grand entrance into the Booth with Freedom Writers, a lyrically-driven jam reflecting on music, the struggle, and the power of young people to change the world. On freshly-minted...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
I hope y’all brought your dancing shoes to work this morning, because it’s GDFR (that is, “Goin’ Down For Real”). If not, I suppose you can wait till this evening to enjoy the latest promotional...Read More
We didn’t feature Katy Perry‘s latest single, This Is How We Do, when it dropped earlier this month, but we couldn’t pass up the remix, which finds the singer linking up with one of contemporary...Read More
Over the past week and change, we’ve heard numerous rappers weigh in on the events in Ferguson, Missouri, and their responses have been as different as the artists themselves: some feel predominantly sorrow and rage,...Read More
Discover the best new songs, videos, and albums added to the Booth.