Part of being in that top five is keeping the public on their toes. Jada, whose fifth studio album Top Five Dead or Alive drops Nov. 20, certainly knows how to do just that, breaking out unexpected dance moves and collaborating with a slew of young MCs. A song with Future titled "You Can See" made a brief appearance on the internet before getting yanked, and now is back up (see above.) Jada also unearths the Ne-Yo and Nipsey Hussle-assisted "Ain't Nothin' New." It's a laid back flow for J-A-D-A, as he raps, "End of discussion/Aint nothin new, I vocally destroy any production/Go get your crew, put my prints on the semi and buss 'em/Grateful, I know the difference between plenty and nothin'"

Kiss is in full promo mode, with a Sheek Louch collaboration dropping yesterday, and Breakfast Club interview out this morning. During the sit down, Jada speaks on that breakdancing video ("I was probably a little zooted"), his new album (out 11/20) and the expectations for this and future albums ("I just want to be a little more successful than I was last time.")

Jada also mentioned that he'd like to release another album within a years time of Top Five's release and mentioned Drake, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole as some of his favorite new artists. Catch the full interview below and stay tuned for more album cuts.