Another weekend (and a warm one, at that) of good music awaits below.
Devlin – The Outcast
London’s Devlin is back with his fourth album The Outcast, which sees 13 new tracks and additional appearances from Scratchy, Syer B, Rawz Artilla, Steph Willis and — of course — Ghetts. The project follows 2017’s The Devil In. Enjoy the Dagenham legend’s latest below.
Dizzy Wright – Nobody Cares, Work Harder
Las Vegas emcee Dizzy Wright follows up last year’s Don’t Tell Me It Can’t Be Done with another consistent effort titled Nobody Cares, Work Harder (loving these album titles, by the way). The new project sees 15 cuts (including “Champagne Service” and “Picture Perfect”) with additional assistance from Eric Bellinger, Curren$y, Mozzy, Tech N9ne, (former Funk Volume compadre) Jarren Benton, frequent collaborator Demrick and more. Press play below.
NAV – Brown Boy
It looks like NAV‘s peers have forced him out of retirement. Previously having joined Lil Uzi Vert in protest by not releasing music, both Uzi and his manager — XO’s Cash — have decided to leak some tunes that would sitting around on a cell phone, materializing into the 5-track EP Brown Boy, which can be streamed via Audiomack below. Perhaps Eternal Atake is also soon to follow…
Zacari – Run Wild Run Free
Top Dawg Entertainment’s newest (or newly-known about) signee Zacari delivers his official introduction in the form of the 7-track EP Run Wild Run Free, which was led by “Don’t Trip” and “Midas Touch” and sees a single feature assist from Lil Yachty. He explains the release himself:
“This EP really goes back… I’ve been working on the music for two years and some of the lyrics are even from high school… This being my first project I wanted my experiences up to this point to be reflected in the music. A lot of the sounds and tones are drawn from my experiences in Alaska. I want the project to feel like a breath of fresh air. After you listen to it I want you to feel like you’re ready to go back into the real world.”