The week is drawing to a close and, as always, the music doesn’t stop at hip hop. New projects come from Travis Scott’s signatory Cactus Jack, a Midwestern rap OG and native New Orleans whose work ethic is unmatched.
Don Toliver drops his second attempt Life of a don. The album contains a total of 16 tracks, including “What You Need” and “Drugs N Hella Melodies” with his girlfriend Kali Uchis. In honor of the album, Houston Reim launched a clothing collection with the Guess brand together with his Cactus Jack boss Travis Scott. The merch will be available on Don’s tour, which supports his latest LP. The trek began in Ohio on September 28th. The melodic Texan’s last album, Heaven or Hell, which includes hits “After Party” and “Euphoria”, arrived last year.
Curren $ y returns Still stonedon ocean, its fifth release this year. On Thursday afternoon (October 7), Spitta shared a visual teaser for the album in which he plays tracks from the project in the studio. The cover of the LP is also shown. The New Orleans rapper has offered back-to-back releases lately and has been dropped Matching Rolex with Kino Beats on September 17th. BeforeUltimate responsibilitycame out on August 27th. Curren $ y has obviously worked hard, having recently announced on social media that he also has a project with Jermaine Dupri that will follow shortly. After someone tweeted about the song that Spitta released, named after JD, he replied, “We’re going to do a whole jernt. Whole project !!!.”
Tech N9ne is also back with a new project. The experienced rapper from Kansas City, Missouri has released over 20 albumsAsini9e. Tech posted a video clip of the project on its Instagram before arriving. The clip shows Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson training to Tech’s music. The rhyme titled the clip: “ICH BIN MIND BLOWN THIS MORNING! Words fail me and I suffocated! TOMORROW? TECHNICIAN! HERE IT COMES! # ASIN9NE Thanks to @therock @_joey_cool @therealkingiso and @ weird music. “Tech N9ne’s final album, Blight, with Hush, came out again in June.
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