The temperature rises with the summer and there are some new, highly anticipated albums this week.
After months of hints, jokes, and speculation, it’s a Cole world again. J. Cole drops his last album The low season. Following the arrival of “Interlude” on May 7th, the Fayetteville, NC Rhymer delivers his sixth studio album. Before the LP was released, the Dreamville Records CEO was spotted in the studio and even suggested that the album was complete because he drove around to listen to it. Cole also confirmed on Monday (May 10) that he would “see” his fans on Friday (May 14), implying the effort’s release date. Combined withThe low seasonJ. Cole also provided a 12 minute documentary entitled,Applying Pressure: The Out-of-Season Documentaryvia YouTube.
Kodak Black has faced legal troubles for the past few years and only pleaded guilty in April of assaulting a young girl who emerged from an incident in South Carolina in 2016. Despite its troubling affairs, the Florida rhymer has managed to hit the studio to deliver its latest offering.Haitian boy Kodak. Project Baby first referred to the project on Monday (May 10th) when it released an excerpt from its new track “Thermillia”. The next day, Kodak revealed the album cover, on which he can be seen all in red and holding a machete. Next to the rhyme is a row of lit candles.Haitian boy Kodak is the continuation of his 2020 album,Bill Israel. The latest release also comes roughly five months after Kodak Black’s federal gun charge was commuted by former President Donald Trump.
Initially, Savage 21 had album narration by actor Morgan Freeman onWild mode 2 with Metro Boomin. And now the Atlanta-based rapper is releasing an EP for the reboot film produced by Chris Rock.Spiral: From the book of the saw. 21 shared the visual teaser for the project earlier this week, including a headline that read, “I don’t think you’re ready. I can’t play anyone.” As early as March, reports surfaced online that the rapper headed the soundtrack of the terrifying film, which includes appearances by Gunna, Young Thug, Young Nudy, 21 Harold, Real Recognize Rio, SG Tip and Millie Go Lightly.
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