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Johnny Cinco – Trap Religious, Mixtape.

Atlanta’s Johnny Cinco goes exotic with his beat selection on his newest mixtape, Trap Religious, especially on the first two tracks. “Virtual Trapping” uses the sound palette of a dystopian sci-fi flick. Cinco still sounds like he grew up on dancehall until graduating to lean and Gucci Mane tapes, so Trap Religious takes..

J-Zone – Time For a Crime Wave.

J-Zone is the rare, perhaps unique, rapper who is comfortable and transparent as a jaded rapper circling 40. Here, he reminisces about Dinkins’ New York on a track more likely to make you Tweet something sarcastic than boost the crime rate. "I Smell Smoke" b/w "Time For A Crime Wave" by J-Zone

SBA1 – Whatever (ft. TeeFLii).

TeeFLii proved he’s capable of more than ratchet bangers with his debut album Starr. But he’s still adept at making ratchet bangers of various textures as evidenced by a recent cut from LA rapper SBA1′s mixtape and a Valentines day EP. Get both below.

Maxo Kream – Maxo 187.

Maxo Kream of Houston delivers the year’s first great gangster rap album and serves fiends and 90s babies alike with street shit and Nickelodeon/wrestling references. If you want it without DJ drops, hit up iTunes/Spotify/etc.