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Best New Music: G Herbo, 2 Chainz, Common & Young Thug

Best New Music: G Herbo, 2 Chainz, Common & Young Thug

Best New Music

Best New Music: G Herbo, 2 Chainz, Common & Young Thug

Best New Music we missed this week.

Best New Music out this week includes a new album from G Herbo. The rapper embarks on his victory lap on “25.” We also get new releases from Brent Fiayaz and Drake, Logic, IDK and Young Thug, as well as a new collaboration from Beatking, 2 Chainz and Juicy J.

Because we can’t always get them all. These are some of the best new music we may have missed this week. All in one place for your listening pleasure – We care!

G Herbo “25” (Album)

G Herbo celebrates 25 years of life on his fourth studio album. Stacked with 14-tracks, the follow up to last year’s PTSD features 21 Savage, Rowdy Rebel, Gunna, Polo G, The Kid Laroi and Lil Tjay.

IDK Feat. Young Thug “PradadaBang”

Maryland rapper IDK flexes on the ladies on his new single “Pradadabang” featuring Young Thug. The collaboration is set to be featured on IDK’s upcoming album USEE4YOURSELF dropping July 9.

Logic “Vaccine”

Logic seems to be enjoying his second stab at music. Fresh off the heels of his YSL compilation project, Young Bobby returns with Vaccine. Produced by 6ix and Logic.

Common “Imagine”

Common is ushering in good vibes. The Chicago rapper drops his latest single ‘Imagine’ featuring PJ, along with a powerful music video that depicts life after the pandemic.

Beatking Feat. 2 Chainz And Juicy J “SDAB”

2 Chainz and Juicy J never disappoint on a strip club bounce. The duo get in their bag on “SDAB” – short for Shake Dat Ass B****.

Brent Faiyaz Feat. Drake “Wasting Time”

Drake joins Brent Faiyaz on his new track “Wasting Time.” On the song produced by The Neptunes, Brent lets the ladies know he’s up for whatever, while Drake lays down his charm with his slick verse.

The collaboration is expected to appear on Brent’s upcoming project.

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