Another weekend of dope music for everyone to enjoy as the weather gets cooler (for some of us).
Quavo – Quavo Huncho
Following Culture II at the top of the year, Migos‘ own Quavo has officially stepped out on his own with his debut solo album Quavo Huncho. The project is packed with 19 songs and features from all of your A-list favorites — Drake, Madonna (definitely need to check out the back story on that one), KiD CuDi, Cardi B, 21 Savage, Lil Baby, (his alleged boo) Saweetie and more. Of course, Offset and Takeoff contribute to their mate’s project as well.
Shy Glizzy – Fully Loaded
Following last year’s well-received Quiet Storm, Shy Glizzy returns with his new album titled Fully Loaded (whether or not this is what used to be the long-awaited Ain’t For Everybody or a separate release is yet to be seen). Fully Loaded clocks in at 19 tracks with additional appearances from Rick Ross, Young Thug, (“Do You Understand” cohorts) Gunna and Tory Lanez, Q Da Fool, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Lil Uzi Vert, Smokepurpp and more.
Belly – Immigrant
I’m still vibing to Mumble Rap, but I’m happy that Belly has even more music for the masses today (especially that of the socially and politically-charged variety). Check out the 11-track offering Immigrant, which sees additional appearances from Meek Mill, Metro Boomin, The Weeknd, NAV, Yo Gotti, M.I.A. and more. Check that out below, along with a really dope interview Belly did with Hot 97.
Usher – “A”
Probably the most surprising big release out of the bunch comes from Usher, who — since the release of the sub-par Hard II Love back in 2016 — has found himself in the headlines for non-musical reasons. Now, he teams up with Zaytoven to deliver “A”, an 8-track project that sees appearances from Gunna and Future, making for a presumably more Trap-style release. The artwork looks to take inspiration from Virgil Abloh‘s now-popular Off-White labeling as well.
Ella Mai – Ella Mai
After delivering some dope EPs and shattering records with her smash singles, Ella Mai (finally) drops off her self-titled debut album, which contains 16 tracks and appearances from Chris Brown, H.E.R. and John Legend. Check it out below.
WSTRN – DOU3LE 3AK
From 3 to 2, WSTRN continue to keep it moving with great music. Today, they deliver a new project titled DOU3LE 3AK, which consists of 14 tracks and sees Haile and Louis Rei alonside the likes of Stefflon Don, Tiwa Savage, Mr Eazi and Skrapz. Stream below, along with a new visual for the Skrapz-assisted cut “Round Here.”
Keith Ape – Born Again
After blasting his way to the top of urban music with “IT G MA” (along with other notable collabs), Korean rapper Keith Ape finally delivers a new project titled Born Again. The 8-track offering sees additional features from wifisfuneral, Chief Keef and Yung Bans.
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