It’s been quite an eventful week in hip-hop. From Kanyes social media marketing war to Jay-Z cementing his place in the rap game with a one-time take of his verse on DJ Khaled’s new album. But its finally Friday, and here we have been together with your weekly dose of songs with offerings from Pierre Bournes Good Movie, Logics Peanuts, and singles from a few of your regulars.
Pierre Bourne may be the multitasking king, taking periods from being the CEO of SossHouse and cooking up beats release a Good Movie, just days prior to the Good Music World Tour, set for September 6.
The rapper is having a busy 2022 after dropping his latest album following June release of Space Age Pimpin, a collaboration with Juicy J.
Furthermore, Good Movie is really a 23-track album with features from Don Toliver.
Have a listen.
Its safe to state Logic is in his beat-making bag right now.
The talented rapper and producers new offering, Peanuts, is really a 20-song, no-feature, instrumental-filled experiment that lands well.
In the event that you enjoyed Vinyl Days, you’ll surely love this album.
Moneybagg Yo is everywhere!
Here he could be again, adding his barz to Freddie Gibbs AN EXCESSIVE AMOUNT OF.
Freddie, who (whether he admits it or not) is riding the wave of publicity from his public beef with Benny the Butcher, spits major barz in this bop.
The visuals are captivating, drawing you in and giving top energy.
Lil Babys Detox is really a self-massage.
The vibe-y song, delivered in his usual cadence, is self-congratulatory, a brief ode to his life as a hustler and an effective rapper.
Talk is Yeats appetizer, a teaser before he drops his soon-to-be released EP, LYFE.
So far as appetizers go, this appears like an excellent song to fulfill fans appetites.
This self-aware song concerning the journey of an up-and-coming rapper follows Rich Minion, his track for Minions: Rise of Gru.
Give it a listen, and obtain a taste into the future of the rap game.
Primarily, tell us what you think about it!
Lil Bit may be the first offering from Durands sophomore album WANDERLUST, that is set for release later this season.
Jam to it, and tell us everything you think.
A playful nod to the Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, 24-8 is really a lively song with a significant undercurrent of joy.
It really is Smino discussing his dedication to his craft and how which has translated to fortune, so much so, sometimes, I wanna decelerate.
The delivery is easy on the ear, nor will be the thoughts he shares jarring.
Enjoy these songs and much more as you begin your TGIF plans and go slowly in to the long weekend. Happy Labor Day!