As hip hop heads put their feet up and prepare for the weekend, some of the best rap musicians are delivering some sounds to accompany these next few days of relaxation.
YoungBoy Never Broke Again may get into legal trouble, but his music goes beyond the problems he faces with the law. A native of Baton Rouge, La., Leaves his much-anticipated,Sincerely, Kentrell, Effort today (Sept. 24). The NBA’s fourth studio album is a solo affair and contains 21 joints, including tracks “On My Side”, “Life Support”, “Toxic Punk”, “Nevada” and “No Where”. The rapper has a penchant for using melodic cadences while narrating his struggles and accomplishments, and this LP is no different. The final release of NBA YoungBoy,TopIt debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
G-Eazy PublicationsThese things also happen the successor to his 2014 LP,These things happen. The album’s lead single, “Breakdown,” features pop sensation Demi Lovato, while the rest of the project features performances by Lil Wayne, Ty Dolla $ ign, YG, E-40, and many more. The established hitmaker teased the project for the first time earlier this month via a picture shared on Instagram with a caption that read: “I know it was a long, long time ago …”
Humming rapper and 2021XXLFreshman Lakeyah is also offering a new project with the help of the acclaimed DJ Drama. The lyric poet, who grew up in Milwaukee, shows on her latestMy time. The 11-song release includes “313-414”, their dynamic collaboration with Detroit’s own Tee Grizzley. Other guests are Moneybagg Yo and her label colleague for quality control, Bankroll Freddie. This is Lakeyah’s second release this year since it fellIn timeback in April.
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