This week’s best new music we missed features new singles from Doja Cat and SZA, Saweetie and Gwen Stefani, Rich Homie Quan and Nigerian artiste Blaqbonez.
Also South African rapper Emtee released his highly-anticipated album “Logan.” 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.
Doja Cat Feat. SZA “Kiss Me More”
Doja Cat cannot be stopped. The “Say So” singer continues her hot streak with a new video single “Kiss Me More” featuring SZA. The sultry collaboration will reportedly appear on Doja’s forthcoming album, Planet Her.
Gwen Stefani Feat. Saweetie “Slow Clap”
Gwen Stefani taps Saweetie for the official remix of her 80’s pop inspired single “Slow Clap.” The new version comes equipped with a colorful high school themed music video. “Slow Clap” is Gwen Stefani’s first single of 202
Blaqbonez continues to build anticipation for his highly-anticipated debut album Sex Over Love. Weeks after sharing a quick freestyle over Drake’s Lemon Pepper, Blaqbonez releases the album’s second single “Bling” featuring Amaaree and Buju.
Rich Homie Quan “Daily Bread”
Rich Homie Quan was supposed to be what Young Thug is right now. The Atlanta rapper returns with a new uplifting single titled “Daily Bread.” In the self directed video, Rich Homie gets up from his bed and waltzes through his home.
Emtee bares it all on his new introspective project, Logan. Serving as the third album of his career, the 16-track effort features guest appearances by J Smash, Gwamba, Moozlie, Flash Ikumkani, and Lolli Native.
Named after his second son, “Logan” is Emtee’s first album release under his label Emtee Records.