All the best new music we missed this week.
Kanye West has hugged up most of the attention and spotlight for this week’s new music Friday with his Donda album rollout. Regardless we still have some other notable drops that you probably missed.
Ransom teams up with Big Ghost for new album, Lil Nas X answers his critics and Isaiah Rashad serves up a new single from The House Is Burning.
Because we can’t always get them all. These are some of the best new music released this week. All in one place for your listening pleasure. Some care!
Album: Ransom x Big Ghost Ltd “Heavy Is The Head”
Jersey rapper Ransom reigns supreme on his new collaborative album “Heavy Is The Head” with elusive producer Big Ghost Ltd. The project includes ten new tracks including “Lord Stark”, “The Red Wedding”, “Blackwater”, “Off With His Head”, “A King’s Ransom”, and more.
Lil Nas X Feat. Jack Harlow “Industry Baby”
No such thing as bad publicity. Lil Nas X hits back at people that labeled him an industry plant on his new song co-produced by Take A Daytrip and Kanye West. In the video he pokes fun of the court hearing and backlash surrounding his unauthorized “satan” Nike shoes.
“Industry Baby” follows the chart-topping hit “MONTERO (Call Me by Your Name)” and “Sun Goes Down” from the 22-year olds’s upcoming debut album Montero, due later this summer.
Isaiah Rashad Feat. Doechii & Kal Banx “Wat U Sed”
With his new album The House Is Burning set to arrive next week Friday. Isaiah Rashad ensures his name stays fresh in our memories with the release of his new laid back track “Wat U Sed” featuring Doechii and Kal Banx.
The song follows his previous releases “Headshots (4r Da Locals)” and “Lay Wit Ya” featuring Duke Duece.
Tinashe “I Can See The Future”
Tinashe flexes her mystical powers on her new bop. The singer leaves her worries behind and focuses on everlasting love with her man. “I Can See The Future” is the third single off her upcoming 333 album, which is scheduled to arrive August 6.
Smiley Feat. Drake
Drake connects with rising Toronto rapper Smiley for “Over The Top” produced by Tay Keith.