It’s the end of the first week of November and the publications are rolling in. There are new projects coming from everywhere: a rapper from Portland, Oregon, an MC from Memphis, and a laid-back rapper-producer from Los Angeles.
Aminé is known for releasing certifiable hits and his new album. TwoPointFive, consists of exactly that. The lead single of the LP, “Charmander”, on which his dog Oliver can be seen in the euphoric look, was released at the end of October, just a few days before the third album of the rapper of his career was released. As expected, there are uptempo and happy vibes on the former 2017 XXL Freshman’s new project that contains 12 songs. TwoPointFive also serves as a continuation tooOnePointFive, its release in 2018.
Key Glock released its latest offering straight from Tennessee,Yellow ribbon 2. Memphis native Spitter, who delivers lively rhymes about life in his hometown through dynamic production, has 20 joints on the new album.YT2 comes the secondYellow ribbonthat fell last year. In October, the Paper Route Empire artist delivered two singles: “Ambition for Cash” and “Da Truth” produced by Tay Keith. However, this is not Key Glock’s first album release in 2021. Key Glock and label boss Young Dolph have released their joint work.Dumb and stupid 2, back in March.
Terrace Martin attracts with its latest offer also with new mild heat,Drones. The new LA-born LP features Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg and James Fauntleroy on the title track, Cordae on “Work It Out”, YG and Malaya on “Evil Eyes”. Martin spoke to Apple Music’s Zane Lowe about kicking off the project, which he says he started working on right after Kendrick Lamar’s 2015 LP.Pimp a butterfly. Terrace explained, “First of all, man, the world has been through so much in the last few yearsPimp a butterfly years ago. And we were just fed up with the way phones and everything just controlled us. “
He continued, “And we have no trust, compassion, and love, man. And we just wanted to restore a feeling of me and my family, with my loved ones, with my kids, and I’ve really tried to really be a better person because the music is coming, but the human is the biggest challenge for me. was therapy for me and my friends. “Dronescomes to Terrace Martin’s collaboration album,Table company, with Robert Glasper and 9th Wonder.
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