Some choice new cuts for your (likely) rainy weekend.
6LACK – East Atlanta Love Letter
Two years after the release of the groundbreaking FREE 6LACK, genre-bending star 6LACK is back with his new album titled East Atlanta Love Letter, which sees 14 tracks and additional appearances from Khalid, Offset, Future and J. Cole (who’s been shutting down guest appearances, lately). Catch these vibes below.
Ghetts – Ghetto Gospel
East London’s own Ghetts is back with Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament, a proper sequel to the classic 2007 mixtape that shares its name. You can certainly see how far the veteran emcee has come this go ’round, delivering heart-stopping bars over 17 tracks. Features on the album include Chip, Stefflon Don, Sir Spyro, Little Simz, Wretch 32 and more.
Noname – Room 25
It’s already proven the high caliber of music Noname produces, especially after the release of her debut Telefone. Today, the Chicago artist is back with another work of art titled Room 25, which sees 11 new songs and appearances from Ravyn Lenae, Saba, Smino and more. If there’s anything guaranteed as a Hip-Hop fan, it’s that you will not be disappointed by pressing play on anything with Noname’s, erm…name attached to it.
Dizzee Rascal – Don’t Gas Me
The legendary Dizzee Rascal is back with a quick-strike EP titled Don’t Gas Me,” which sees five track and additional appearances from Skepta, C Cane, P Money and Afronaut Zu. It’s clear that the Grime pioneer hasn’t lost a single step.
YoungBoy Never Broke Again – 4Respect 4Freedom 4Loyalty 4WhatImportant
NBA Youngboy‘s series of EPs is now brought together with a proverbial fourth, creating his latest album 4Respect 4Freedom 4Loyalty 4WhatImportant, which sees altogether 16 tracks and appearances from Kevin Gates (who makes multiple appearances), Quando Rondo (who also makes multiple appearances) and Young Thug.
Wale – Free Lunch EP
Following the well-received It’s Complicated and Self Promotion, Wale returns with Free Lunch on his third EP of the year. Free Lunch (his first official project under Warner Bros., I think) sees 5 new tracks and appearances from J. Cole and Eric Bellinger. Don’t sleep on this one, either.
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