Yo Gotti’s “Down In The DM” was explosive on its own, but Nicki Minaj’s verse on the remix just took it to all new heights.
The emcee hopped on the second and third verse with witty punchlines that shaded Miley Cyrus and clever bars that shouted out Beyoncé.
She raps, “F** k you mean/ F**k your memes/ Even Queen Bey had to tell them I’m the queen.”
Check it out below, and let us know what you think.
Keeping the remixes going, Nas came through and dropped fresh 16’s on Future’s “March Madness.” The clean version has been circulating the Interwebs, but now it’s time to get gritty with the “dirty CDQ” mix.
The god emcee loads the bars with fire as he raps, “Reflect with radiance/rise the conscience of the people in the stadiums/or I can get ignorant like the [n-word] Maury Povich portray us as/ I’m hip-hop’s baby dad…”
When it comes to Nasir Jones, I’d advise you to stay woke. Listen to the heat below.
The subtle turn-up is on with “Dubai,” a vault released single by Rich Homie Quan. Goose, who produced the track, informed fans that the song was recorded during the Rich Gang Era.
Nevertheless, Quan flexes on the track with a braggadocious flow, “All my diamonds look like water/you would think I’m from Dubai.”
Listen to the lavish living release below.
Now that Nicki told you how it goes “Down in the DM,” Nas delivered the turn up with “March Madness,” and Quan gave us lavish dreams, Timbaland and Mila J spice things up with the visual to their circulating single, “Don’t Get No Betta” from Tim’s compilation project, King Stays King.
Mila’s vocals over Timbo’s eloquent production provides a rhythmic bounce that allows the flirtatious lyrical exchange to easily flow.
Check out the sexy collab below.