The first “Best New Music We Missed” of 2021 kicks off with some new music from Chris Brown, Megan Thee Stallion and Vic Mensa.
Also we get to hear new projects from Conway The Machine and The Weeknd. Because we can’t always get them all. These are some of the best new music we missed this week. All in one place. We do care.
Megan Thee Stallion Feat. DaBaby “Cry Baby”
Two of last year’s biggest stars Megan and DaBaby reunite to shoot a video for “Cry Baby,” one of the standout tracks from Meg’s critically acclaimed debut album Good News.
Chris Brown x G-Eazy x Mark Morrison “Provide”
G-Eazy and Chris Brown rework Mark Morrison’s 90’s classic Return Of The Mack for their latest collaboration “Provide.” The Hitmaka produced track is set to appear on Eazy’s forthcoming new album These Things Happen Too, a sequel to his 2014 debut album “These Things Happen.”
Vic Mensa Feat. Chance The Rapper & Wyclef “Shelter”
Vic Mensa speaks on prison reforms and the injustice of black people on his new track “Shelter” featuring Chance The Rapper and Wyclef. The collaboration is expected to appear on Vic’s forthcoming album the “I Tape.”
Ice Cube “Trying To Maintain”
Ice Cube keeps is cool in the midst of adversity. On his new single “Trying To Maintain,” the Los Angeles OG tackles cancel culture and the recent backlash he faced for endorsing former US President Donald Trump.
Conway The Machine And Big Ghost “If It Bleeds It Can Be Killed”
Conway The Machine has teamed up with Big Ghost LTD for a new 10-track collaborative effort titled “If It Bleeds It Can Be Killed.” Released via The Machine’s Drumwork Music Group, “If It Bleeds It Can Be Killed” features guest verses from Ransom, Rome Streets and Knowledge The Pirate.
The Weeknd “The Highlights”