Young M.A. runs roughshod over the instrumental to Jay Z’s Dynasty album with the absolutely ferocious “Kween.”
On a random Friday night in New York, Just Blaze and Swizz Beatz decided to engage in an absolutely epic battle of beats between two of the best producers in the game. They traded classics as guests at the battle included Busta Rhymes, Alicia Keys, Cassidy and many others. Judge for yourself who won and don’t miss Swizz dropping an unreleased joint at the 2:27:00 mark that features DMX, Nas, Jadakiss and Jay Z.
Remy Ma and Nicki Minaj have been throwing subliminal jabs at each other for some time now. But Remy decides that enough is enough and goes at Nicki’s jugular over Nas’ legendary diss track on “ShETHER.” If there were any questions about their beef, that all ends here as Remy targets her by name and talks about everything from her career and relationship with Drake and Lil Wayne to her sex life and butt implants. Whoa.
DJ PREMIER – LIVE FROM HEADQCOURTERZ RADIO SHOW PLAYLIST FOR 2/17/17 (GUEST: SNOWGOONS & SEAN STRANGE)
FEBRUARY 17, 2017
FROM 10pm-MIDNIGHT (EASTERN TIME)
Joey Bada$$ heads over to the Genius offices to give some insight on his politically charged “Land of the Free.”
Locksmith takes over an empty church to lament about how he made the climb to his lyrical peak without the assistance of anybody on “Nobody.”
G Herbo drops by Funkmaster Flex’s show to deliver some bars over Cam’ron’s “I Really Mean It” instrumental.
Consequence expresses his desire to grow up in a neighborhood where he doesn’t have to worry about being profiled and can raise his kids down the street from Megan Good. Over a sample that feels fitting for an episode of The Cosby Show, Royce Da 5’9″ joins in on the discussion.
On the eve of the release of Milano Constantine’s The Way We Were, the emcee drops the reggae influenced “Rasclat” featuring Big Twins and Conway with production handled by DJ Skizz.
Your Old Droog, Edan and Wiki are garbage men who clean up the streets of New York in the video for “Help.”