Best New Music for this week is here.
Tyler, The Creator returns with new album “Call Me If You Get Lost,” Doja Cat delivers her third studio album, “Planet Her” and Big Sean celebrates ten years of his debut album.
Elsewhere DJ Kay Slay puts on for the culture with his Accolades EP, while Logic shares new YS collection project.
Other notable releases this week comes from Jazmine Sullivan, Young Buck, DaBaby and more.
Because we can’t always get them all (for real), these are some of the best new music out this week. All in one place for your listening pleasure. We do care!
Album: Tyler, The Creator “Call Me If You Get Lost”
Tyler, The Creator wants to help you find your way home. The rollout for Tyler’s sixth album included the use of a promotional billboard with a toll-free number that played Tyler’s conversation with his mother. Saddled with 16-tracks, the new album, and follow-up to 2019’s IGOR features contributions by Lil Wayne, 42 Dugg, Pharrell, Domo Genesis, Lil Uzi Vert and NBA YoungBoy.
Album: Doja Cat “Planet Her”
Doja Cat is the queen of her world on her third album Planet Her. The 14-track follow up to 2019’s Hot Pink features Ariana Grande, SZA, Young Thug and JID.
Big Sean “Finally Famous (10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)
Big Sean celebrates ten years of Finally Famous with a 10th anniversary deluxe edition of his debut album. The new DE includes remixed and remastered versions of songs on the album, which featured appearances from Nicki Minaj, Kanye West, John Legend and Pusha T.
EP: DJ Kay Slay “Accolades”
Give the drama king his accolades. Kay Slay enlists the services of Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, The Game, Saigon, Papoose and much more for his latest project Accolades. “Rolling 110 Deep” features over 100 rappers. On the same track. Crazy!
Mixtape: Logic ‘YS Collection Vol. 1’
Logic takes it back to the beginning with his new compilation project “YS Collection Vol.1.” Comprising mostly of songs he recorded years ago from his Young Sinatra mixtape series that were never cleared, the D.M.V. rapper’s latest effort includes seven tracks.
Jazmine Sullivan “Tragic”
Jazmine Sullivan’s first release since her Heaux Tales LP is a tragic love affair. Over production from Leven Kali, the talented singer reflects on time wasted on a relationship that wasn’t worth the energy.
Young Buck “Public Opinion”
Young Buck wants y’all to know he stays with the shits. The former G-Unit rapper responds to 50 Cent and The Game’s criticisms on his new track. Taken from his 40 Days & 40 Nights EP, dropping July 2nd.
DaBaby “Red Light, Green Light”
Baby cannot be stopped. After balling out of control on Ball If I Want To. Billion Dollar Baby keeps the shenanigans on high levels.
Big Sean “Freshman 10”
Ten years after appearing on XXL’s Freshman cover. Sean Don looks back at where it all began on his new offering “Freshman 10.”
Video: T-PAIN Feat. Kehlani “I Like Dat”
T-Pain reconnects with Kehlani for the “I Like Dat” video. In the cinematic clip, two singers head to the old town road for a finesse job.
“I Like Dat” is a revamped version of T-Pain’s 2007 single “Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin’).”
Nasty C “Jack”
Nasty C is one of Africa’s biggest stars right now but there was a time when he didn’t have Jack. The young South African raps about the bad days on his new single.
Produced by Flvme, the newly released single is taken from his “Here Comes The Break” podcast mixtape.
E.L Feat. Joey B & Tulenkey “Sudwe”
Young Lomi is with the shits. The Ghanaian rapper fires warning shots at his opps on his new single “Sudwe.” Joey B creeps with the girl, while Tulenkey plots his schemes on the low. They warned you.
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