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Lil Baby & Gunna – Drip Harder
Two of Atlanta’s hottest rappers right now join forces on a new project. Below lies Lil Baby and Gunna’s Drip Harder, which sees 13 tracks with additional appearances from Young Thug, Lil Durk and NAV. Also added below: the duo’s new visual for “Drip Too Hard.”
T.I. – Dime Trap
The Kang returns. T.I. delivers his 10th studio album Dime Trap, which sees 15 tracks and appearances from many of Tip’s closest collaborators — Meek Mill, Teyana Taylor, Young Thug, Jeezy, Anderson .Paak and more included. Also added is Tip’s latest visual for the Yo Gotti-assisted “Wraith.”
Sheck Wes – Mudboy
Following “Chippi Chippi” and the smash hit “Mo Bamba,” New York rising star Sheck Wes has liberated his debut album Mudboy. The project — which has no other features — sees 14 hard-hitting tracks ready to shut down any rave or stage. Stream in its entirety below.
Ghostface Killah – The Lost Tapes
Here’s an interesting combo: the legendary Ghostface Killah…and Big Ghost? Isn’t that this guy?
Anyway, the two have joined forces to create The Lost Tapes, which sees Ghostface alongside many of his equally legendary peers (Snoop Dogg, Ras Kass, E-40, Raekwon, KXNG Crooked and more) over 13 tracks. Very dope to see all of these Hip-Hop icons still getting busy in 2018.
Dom Kennedy – Volume Two
Dom Kennedy continues to quietly make some of the best music on the West Coast — his latest being the new album Volume Two, which saw 16 tracks and additional appearances from Warm Brew‘s Ray Wright, Mykestro, Krondon, Jay 305 and Glasses Malone. Stream below.
AlunaGeorge – Champagne Eyes
Following 2016’s I Remember, London duo Aluna Francis and George Reid — collectively known as AlunaGeorge — are back with a new EP titled Champagne Eyes. Speaking to i-D, Aluna spoke on why they decided to create an EP for their latest run:
“We’re not necessarily sure that albums are the medium we want to work in. I think me and George may have a difference of opinion in that. For me, an album still feels like a really excellent way to work, more the methodology of an album. Then we got free — we got free of our label and everybody — and we were just like, “Let’s do our first independent band release. Let’s do an EP, where we can concentrate on loving these few songs instead of concentrating on ‘we’ve gone independent and we’re releasing an album entirely ourselves.”
Champagne Eyes comes in at 6 tracks with additional appearances from Baauer, Cautious Clay and Bryson Tiller. Check it out below.
Mozzy – Gangland Landlord
Mozzy continues to stay consistent with his releases. Following last year’s 1 Up Top Ahk and March’s Spiritual Conversations, the Sacramento artist returns with a new album titled Gangland Landlord, which sees 18 tracks and additional appearances from Ty Dolla $ign, YG, Blac Youngsta, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, YFN Lucci, ScHoolboy Q, Too $hort and many more.
Dave East & Styles P – Beloved
Dave East and Styles P, two of New York’s generational leaders in Hip-Hop, have joined forces to create the new project Beloved, which is best described below:
“‘Beloved’ translates to David, which brings us to our two artists, David Brewster (Dave East) and David Styles (Styles P). ‘Beloved’ in English means dearly loved, highly regarded and admired, which reflects the sentiments of the two Davids in New York City. In this body of work we hear how the two David’s battle through the goliaths of violence, street politics, drugs and money.”
Beloved sees 13 tracks and additional appearances from The LOX, Dyce Payne, Jazzy and Tish Hyman. Press play below.