The week is drawing to a close and Hip-Hop is delivering some anticipated projects just in time for the weekend.
YoungBoy Never Broke Again releases his new mixtape Colours. The Louisiana-raised artist released the headlining singles “Bring the Hook” and “Know Like I Know” shortly before the band’s arrival. On the track “Bring the Hook,” YB King appeared to have dissed Von, who was allegedly shot by an employee of Quando Rondo, who is signed to YoungBoy’s Never Broke Again label. Lil Durk then apparently responded to YB’s track in an IG post. Fans also believe YB shot NLE Choppa on “Know Like I Know”. Overall, the deluxe version of Colours has 20 tracks, including the lead singles, and appearances by Quando Rondo on the effort. The NBA’s new music comes weeks after the release of From the bayou by him and Birdman.
In honor of the late Young Dolph, who was shot and killed last November, his label Paper Route Empire has released their compilation album,Paper Route Empire Presents: Long Live Dolph. Featuring the lead single “Proud” by Key Glock, who is also Dolph’s cousin, the LP also includes performances from across the PRE roster such as Glock, Big Moochie Grape, Kenny Muney, Jay Fizzle, Joddy Badass, Snupe Bandz, Paper Route Woo and Chitana. The popular rapper can also be heard throughout the project via interview clips and on tribute records such as Jay Fizzle’s “LLD.”LLD is the continuation of the collectiveIlluminati of the paper route.
Iann Dior also delivered new music this weekOn to better things. The 15-track offering includes performances by Lil Uzi Vert, as well as Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker, who can be heard on the LP’s single “Thought It Was.” Barker actually appears on two other tracks on the former 2021XXL Freshman’s new album.On to better things is the second comingI’m gone, which fell last year.
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