Best New Music out this week (Friday, May 7) features new releases from Isaiah Rashad, Trippie Redd and Playboi Carti, K.O, Chief Keef, Saweetie, Glasses Malone and more.
Elsewhere we get a new MF Doom and Czarface collaborative effort. Also Tee Grizzley is untouchable on his brand new project “Built For Whatever.”
Because we can’t always get them all. These are some of the Best New Music out this week. All in one place for your listening pleasure. We care?
Video: Isaiah Rashad Feat. Duke Deuce “Lay Wit Ya”
It turns out TDE’s mystic announcement was for an Isaiah Rashad release. Sorry Kendrick fans.
For his latest offering Isaiah connects with Duke Deuce over a flip of Three 6 Mafia’s “Ridin’ N’ Tha’ Chevy” by Hollywood Cole. The track is off Isaiah Rashad’s long-awaited album “The House Is Burning” arriving in June.
Chief Keef Feat. Tadoe And Ballout “On Gang”
Chief Keef throws up gang signs and reps his set in his new video single featuring Ballout and Tadoe.
Trippie Redd Feat. Playboi Carti “Miss The Rage”
As the release date for Trippie Redd’s “Trip At Knight” draws closer, the Pegasus rapper connects with Playboi Carti for “Miss The Rage.” The two talk their toxic lifestyle over a Loesoe beat.
Saweetie “Fast (Motion)
Saweetie is undefeated in the video for her new single “Fast (Motion).” The Icy girl shows of her athleticism and celebrates her wins in the new single inspired by Miami’s hyphy rap culture.
Young M.A Feat. Fivio Foreign “Hello Baby”
Young M.A and Fivio Foreign spit game to the ladies on “Hello Baby,” the lead single to Young M.A’s upcoming album, Off The Yak, which is scheduled to arrive May 21.
Glasses Malone Feat. Ice T, Snoop Dogg And Ty Dolla $ign “6 ‘n The Mornin’”
Glasses Malone updates his 2012 track “6 ‘n The Mornin’” with a new verse from the legendary Ice T. The original version already featured Snoop Dogg and Ty Dolla $ign. The remix is one of the new tracks that is set to appear on the re-release of Glass Malone’s 2012 mixtape, “Glasshouse.”
Czarface x MF Doom “Super What?”
“Super What” is the first posthumous release by the late MF DOOM. The ten track project features appearances by Del the Funky Homosapien, DMC, Kendra Morris, and Godforbid. It marks the second joint album between MF DOOM and Czarface – the hip-hop supergroup made up of DJ 7L, Esoteric, and Wu-Tang Clan member Inspectah Deck.
Tee Grizzley “Built For Whatever”
Tee Grizzley pledged allegiance to the street life in his latest EP “Built For Whatever.” The project features guest appearances from Young Dolph, the late King Von, G Herbo, and more.
15 years in and K.O remains in high levels. His ability to reinvent himself while staying true to his abilities have played huge roles in him maintaining relevancy. Hopefully “K. HOVA” means we could possibly be getting ‘Skhanda Republic 3’ soon.