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Complex EIC Noah Callahan-Bever liberates a 12 year-old, previously unreleased Kanye freestyle, recorded during an interview that was lost to time until earlier this week.
Ariana Grande releases the original version of “Right There” which featured King Los. Hit the jump. Download: Ariana Grande ft. King Los – Right There (Unreleased)
As a companion to her epic Oral History of The College Dropout piece, Billboard’s Erika Ramierz sat down with Coodie and Chike of Creative Control to view some never-befoe-seen Kanye footage from back in the day.
Earlier this week, some throwback footage of A-Trak and Ye on The College Dropout Tour back in 2004 re-surfaced, hit the jump to check that out as well.
Previously: Kanye West & DJ A-Trak Discuss Beards
Here’s some unreleased music by Lil Snupe who passed away last year. R.I.P. Hit the jump. Download: Lil Snupe – Live From Ghetto Heaven (Unreleased Freestyle)
Sean Price shares one of his favorite unreleased verses.
Previously: Sean Price – Niggerific
Continuing his conversation with RevoltTV, Timbaland talks about the recent Aaliyah collaborations, Drake, Missy Elliott and working with Nas. He speaks on an unreleased track that Nas has with Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake called “Sinatra In The Sands”.
Brooklyn MC and mixtape veteran Arlis Michaels drops a previously unreleased video for him and French Montana’s take on Playaz Circle and Lil Wayne’s “Duffle Bag Boy”.
Arlis also dropped a new track called “Christopher Walken” this week that’s worth a listen, check that out after the jump.
Previously: French Montana – I Told Em (Video)
A couple of years ago, a leaked version of Kanye’s “Mama’s Boy” leaked, and this week Q-Tip visited the Red Bull Music Academy and played another version of the track. Skip to the 1-hour 36-minute mark.
Tim Westwood drops some unreleased footage of Yeezy freestyling over his own production during a visit in London back in 2005. Yeezus in stores June 18th.
Producer Dominic Owen liberates another unreleased Rakim gem from his archives. This would eventually end up, in a much different form, as “When I’m Flowin’” on the The 18th Letter. This version is far superior if you ask me.
Previously: Rakim – Bring It On (Unreleased Version)