[COLUMBUS, GEORGIA] Making his first appearance on NikkiSiixx.com, we have hip-hop artist Jo$e Rivera with his latest freestyle JUMP OFF REMIX. This track is a remix off of Lil Durk’s ‘Jump Off‘. This track is a great club track, with night vibes with heavy bass by production by Chicago Native C- Sick. Jo$e Rivera demonstrates his skills with his lyrics while maintaining his energy throughout. If you’re feeling Jo$e Rivera’s take on Lil Durk’s Jump Off. Let us know! Make sure you follow!
[JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA] Hip-Hop Artist Chronicle makes he’s recurring appearance on NikkiSiixx.com with his latest freestyle over Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Money Trees’ with PARANOIA. Adding another track for his #FallChroniclesFriday series, where he’s dropping dope tracks every Friday. Chronicle’s voice expresses his passion when reciting his lyrics. Touches on topics like the Internet, Struggles, Friends, and daily life. What do you think about Chronicle’s take on Kendrick’s Track? If you like his freestyle make sure to be on the lookout for more content from Chronicle by following him on his social media outlets.
Miami’s own YD, also known as the Overtown Ambassador, took on the B.G. (of the Hot Boys) classic “Cash Money Is An Army” on his latest video release. He kept his verse true to his Miami roots with lyrics like “I done it all, I sold weed I sold hard/ Got my ‘drobe from them Burdines babies, fuck the mall/”.
As he’s breezing through the verse you see him in the streets of overtown connecting with his neighbors. YD shows how witty he can be with quotables like “just got a block I’m bout to break it down to Marshall Faulks”. This is a great way to hold the fans attention while he’s currently working on Murder In Miami & Overtown Ambassador 3. Check out the video below and look for what he has coming next.
[MILWAUKEE, WI] Soulful Artist Klassik brings us an original freestyle inspired by Montell Jordan. This freestyle is meant for the ladies. Klassik went into create mode and flipped the 90’s R&B track by sampling his own background vocals from the VOICELIVE into Ableton. Then recorded all live in his bedroom, where he took one take with no post-production and no lyrics written. CAN’T BE (HER) freestyle was created with Klassik’s fusion of Hip-Hop and Jazz, and pays homage to legends from the past.
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After taking a hiatus from music for majority of the year NMB’s Savior, FloKid, has returned with his latest stylings “Dreamville” over the production of “Dreams” by J. Cole. This is the FloKid that we’ve come to enjoy. He speaks about losing his brother, doing what is needed to protect his family and still pursuing his dreams. Of course FloKid delivers intelligent bars front the beginning, he starts by saying “I’m like Langston Hughes with a short fuse and different styles”. It’s great to see one of Miami’s brightest young lyricists back to making music and I hope he continues this form of storytelling that his fan have become used to hearing.
[DMV – DC AREA] Ode Tha Hustla goes on his take of POPPIN by Rico Richie and created his own freestyle to it. Ode Tha Hustla embodies the trap lifestyle by presenting the people hating on him cause they don’t got their money situations taken care of and the means of how he earns his money. Throughout the visual you see Ode Tha Hustla counting money, smoking blunts, performing on stage at what looks like Block Party, and seating in the passenger side of a convertible. POPPIN FREESTYLE was shot and edited by the visual Powerhouse @Muhammad_flylee. It was impossible for Ode Tha Hustla to pass on this beat because of how dope it sounded. With Rico Richie’s track he goes in how you need haters to know you’re doing something right. I feel Ode’s is more catchy than Rico’s. Currently, Ode Tha Hustla is working on his mixtape Sellin Dreams which is set to release the first quarter next year (2016). But in the meantime, he set to release his original single title MO MONEY. [LINKS] TWITTER || INSTAGRAM || SOUNDCLOUD ||
Rippa Da Kid of Miami, FL dropped off a freestyle over Drake’s “Draft Day” that packs some nice wordplay. He starts his first verse by saying “I’m so live like I would never die” which was a great attention grabber. He comes with some crazy punch lines like “Brought my dogs with me, these haters wishing to euthanize”. Continues throughout the entire first verse dropping quotable gems. The second verse comes with even more energy as he speeds up the flow. He’s mentions that he raps to save the art form. After styling through the second verse he ends by saying he’s going to let Lauryn take the wheel since the track samples Lauryn Hill’s “That Thing”. Check out the track after the jump and feel free to leave comments.
Pittsburgh’s Ray Dawn decided to flex his freestyle muscles on episode 1 of his summer freestyle series The Bar Exam. On this episode he raps his way through Pusha T’s “Numbers On The Board”, Action Bronson’s “Strictly 4 My Jeeps” and Mac Miller’s “S.D.S”. beats. He does a great job on keeping a steady flow throughout the beat progressions. His delivery was impressive especially on “Strictly 4 My Jeeps” when he starts off by saying “Bronson couldn’t say it but this is strictly for my niggas”. DJ Nugget did a great job blending the tracks on the tracks together. I’m looking forward to hearing the next installments of The Bar Exam.