This week featured lots of new music from some of your favorite artists including Drake, Frank Ocean, The Lox, Tory Lanez and more. Because we can’t always get them all, here are some of the best new music we missed this week. All in one place for your listening pleasure – We care.
Frank Ocean made a return this week with “Dear April” a song he originally teased during his inaugural prEP+ Club held in New York city in October 21 2019. On the track, Frank pens an emotional love letter to a significant other.
“Dear April, we were safe for a while/We were safe as the years flew by,” he sings. “If you could take two strangers/Lead them left and right/At a certain place and time.”
DaBaby switches things up in his new introspective single “Find My Way.” The DJ Kid produced song comes with an accompanying 10-minute cinematic video, which finds the kirk rapper on the run. The video directed by Reel Goats co-stars Instagram influencer B. Simone.
Tory Lanez keeps the new music coming with Who Needs Love, a heartbreak single that pokes fun of companionship. “I don’t need no lovin’ from any one of my exes,” Tory sings. “I don’t need no stressin’, phone call, textin’ / Don’t kiss me, bitch, kiss my necklace.”
The single, along with “W” and “Do the Most” will appear on his upcoming mixtape, New Toronto 3, which is scheduled to arrive April 10.
Nothing but love. Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch celebrate their longevity in their new single “Loyalty and Love.” Raise your glasses.
G-Eazy shoots a Once Upon A Time In Hollywood-inspired video for “Still Be Friends” featuring Tory Lanez and Tyga. The video released in partnership with Vixen Media Group includes both an explicit and non-explicit versions. The explicit version will be made available on adult platforms, and can be viewed over at G-Eazy.com.
“I was brainstorming concepts for the video and thought of the Playboy mansion scene from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood so I played it on mute and it miraculously synced with ‘Still Be Friends’, so we decided to run with a ‘70s theme. I think the ‘70s were an iconic time, especially when thinking about the adult entertainment industry. So, we brought on Vixen to provide the girls and their massive platform,” said G-Eazy. “The increased streaming numbers from adult sites with everyone having to stay inside became a no-brainer way to premiere the XXX version of the music video.”
Young Thug taps Gunna for a new song called Quarantine Clean. Over Turbo’s production, the two brag about their pockets and how slick they are.
“I’m quarantine-clean, so relaxed/ Got my pillows in my Benz Maybach.” Young Thug adds: “Why would a disease come around when you get rich?”