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.
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
Like food items, instrumentals vary when it comes to the length of their shelf lives; some go stale (that is, out of style) in a matter of months, while others still sound dope years down the line. Hopefully, the beat that...Read More
Fresh off earning positive reader reviews for Give Me U, a standout cut from his recently-released Free Pt. 1 EP, Elijah Blake is already back on our front page with the latest single off his next EP. Featured in conjunction...Read More
Last week, in response to the chaos in Ferguson, Missouri, ATL-by-way-of-Detroit twosome FatKidsBrotha coined the popular hashtag #TwoWrongsCanMakeARiot. Now, that phrase has become the hook of a brand new promo single. The...Read More
Are you the owner of a Jeep with blown-out speakers… or Any Type of car with any type of speakers? Then Thee Tom Hardy‘s latest feature is your jam. (If you, like me, don’t own a whip, I’m sure he...Read More
Ohio native Tino wrote standout track Survivor months before the current crisis in Ferguson roiled the nation, which should show just how fundamental the daily struggle to simply survive is for Black males in America. Over an...Read More
Back in June, Khary Durgans lit the fuse on a monthly series dedicated to his signature article of clothing with The Yellow Raincoat Pt. 5. (For some reason, he decided to liberate the tracks in reverse order.) We missed...Read More
I’m not sure how many classic rock heads frequent the Booth but, if you happen to be one of them, you may be in for a disappointment. Luke James‘s latest promo record has absolutely nothing to do with the Bruce...Read More
If I were to list off the promising acts who ultimately lowered their standards and ended up disappointing me, we’d be here all day. In any case, I don’t have to worry about adding Hilltop Hoods to that litany. On...Read More
Didn’t make it to the shore this summer? There’s still time to jump In the Sea with Translee. This freshly-minted promo cut, the ATL-based buzzmaker’s first feature since blessing our pages with Nothin back...Read More
Cobe Obeah‘s been quiet since December of 2013, when he enjoyed some delicious strawberries on reader-approved single The Hunger. Fresh off his miniature hiatus, the L.A. rapper, songwriter and producer has a new...Read More
A pair of alt-R&B/hip-hop buzzmakers hailing from the Windy City, Kyle Woods and Khallee make their grand entrance into the Booth with seductive promo cut At Night. Woods crafts a moody electronic backdrop for his...Read More
Last we heard from DK, it was summer of 2013 and he was checking his six for snakes in the grass on reader-approved promo single Which One. A year almost to the day later, the unsigned Chicago repper returns—under the...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
Tarik is a complicated guy—so complicated that it takes (at least) three songs to present a thorough portrait of the Brooklyn buzzmaker. Though we’re picking up the thread in the middle of the series with Everything I...Read More
Catapulted into the spotlight by her guest turn on Macklemore & Ryan Lewis‘s Same Love, Mary Lambert is now trying to parlay that renown into solo stardom—and she may just succeed, judging by the catchiness of...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
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