This weekend’s releases are all across the board, giving you plenty of choices to choose from…
Tyga – Legendary
Comeback king Tyga looks to transfer the success of his chart-topping singles into a full-length LP. Titled Legendary, the West Coaster’s seventh album comes with fourteen new tracks and appearances from Offset (“Taste,” which should help the album fare well with streaming sales immediately), Gunna, Swae Lee, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Blueface and more. Press play below.
Future – Save Me
After getting 2019 started with The WZRD, Future delivers more music to his fans in the form of his Save Me EP, which sees seven new tracks and zero features. Judging from the immediate response, it sounds like the Atlanta veteran has taken a more emotionally-charged route in the vein of his collaborator homie Drake. See for yourself below.
MoStack – Stacko
This one was definitely highly-anticipated. Across the pond, London’s MoStack delivers his debut album Stacko, which follows 2017’s High Street Kid project. Features on the 12-track project include peers Fredo, Stormzy, Dave and J Hus (the latter two appear together with MoStack on the track “Stinking Rich.”
Check out the new release below, along with the visuals for the Stormzy-assisted “Shine Girl.”
Domani – Time Will Tell
Truth be told, Domani Harris is definitely showcasing a dope talent of his own, separate from that of his father, T.I. Today, he continues to deliver his own brand of music in the form of Time Will Tell. The project sees fourteen tracks, with contributions from The Olympicks, DaVionne, Lexi Alön and more. Press play below.
Tee Grizzley – Scriptures
I don’t know how the hell this happened, but the fact that Tee Grizzley managed to get a whole album produced by Timbaland tells me that we need to refocus on the Detroit star and pay attention. Today, we get to check out that collaboration, titled Scriptures, which sees fourteen tracks and additional features from A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and YNW Melly. Take a listen below.
Prince – Originals
Released exclusively through TIDAL, the Prince estate delivers Originals — a collection of original Prince cuts that ended up becoming hits for artists like Sinéad O’Connor (“Nothing Compares 2U”), Morris Day & The Time (“Jungle Love”) and more.
Press play below. Random sidebar: how the hell did we miss this?
Youngs Teflon – Blood
South London Rap veteran Youngs Teflon delivers a new EP titled Blood, which sees six feature-free tracks for fans to enjoy. Stream below, along with a visual for “Broken Safety.”
J Spades – MMMP4
I don’t think that any given mixtapes series has had a stronger hold on road Rap in London than J Spades‘ More Money More Pagans collection. Today, he delivers a fourth installment, which sees 13 new tracks and appearances from Uncle Murda, Donae’O and more. Press play on the Hackney veteran’s latest below.
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