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Game On MTV RapFix Live (Video)

For those that missed yesterday's episode (like I did), Game revealed to Sway that Dr. Dre is set to "narrate" his upcoming The R.E.D. Album (I guess kinda like when Denzel Washington was supposed to "narrate" Detox?), his favorite song on the album and more. Hit the jump for a "freestyle" as well. PREVIOUS: Game

Kendrick Lamar & Jay Rock - Shade 45 Freestyle

After wrecking shop over at Tony Touch's show the previous day, Jay and K-Dot took a trip over to Sway's new morning show on Shade 45 to kick a few bars. Where's Ab-Soul and ScHoolboy Q though? Props to RR. DOWNLOAD: Kendrick Lamar & Jay Rock - Shade 45 Freestyle | Mediafire

Skyzoo - Toca Tuesdays Freestyle (Video)

Skyzoo, meet Tony Touch. Tony, meet Sky. Props to the Al Lindstrom crew. Sky's The Great Debater is available now; I actually reviewed the piece for XXL, and you can check that out right here. PREVIOUS: Skyzoo – The Great Debater (Mixtape)

Jadakiss - Cosmic Kev Freestyle

It's a "Tupac Back" freestyle, but it's not like the 10,000 other "freestyles" out there. Props to Steve-O. DOWNLOAD: Jadakiss - Cosmic Kev Freestyle | Mediafire PREVIOUS: Moreno – Chase Bank f. Jadakiss (Video)

Lloyd Banks - Full Throttle Freestyle (Video)

Let's be honest here: if Lloyd Banks wasn't a part of G-Unit and just your everyday indie spitter, folks would clamoring to call him one of the greatest underground rappers of all time. Hell, even I might have done so. Regardless of his affiliation, The PLK is still a very dope emcee, and this Funk