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The Outcastkid Salutes NYC With New Remix

19-year-old New Rochelle, New York, native The Outcastkid has been doing some crazy numbers over the past five months or…

19-year-old New Rochelle, New York, native The Outcastkid has been doing some crazy numbers over the past five months or so, with a number of original joints and remixes — notably his Jaden Smith “Icon” remix that had well over 50,000 spins. His latest, a remix of Smoke DZA and Joey BadA$$’s “The Mood” — which appeared on DZA’s Not For Sale LP — is a bar-heavy salute to the mecca of Hip Hop.

“These hating pebbles can’t stand to see a nigga rock,” he raps over the instrumental, which samples the Kanye-produced “Guess Who’s Back” by Scarface featuring Jay Z and Beanie Sigel. Wes Jo also comes through with a guest 16 full of punches. Sandwiched by the sound of the MTA announcing closing its doors, the song is dripping in NYC swag.

If you’re into the vibe, he has a nice catalog beginning to swell; the Riddle Beats-produced “Shock Jockey,” the super vibed-out “Indigo Smoke,” and the Rick And Morty themed “Rick And Morty’s Outcast,” are all worth a spin. Check those out, below.

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Lew Houston Drops His “Back to da Money” EP

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His current project, the five-song Back to da Money, is available now on your streaming network of choice. Lew has a lot to look forward to in the coming year — including music videos and an album dropping this April.

In the meantime, check out the infectious trap sounds of Back to da Money, below.

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