OGM’s top picks from New Music Friday List:
Dro Kenji — “FUCK YOUR FEELINGS“
Internet Money phenom Dro Kenji is back with his fourth mixtape FUCK YOUR FEELINGS — another featureless, 14-track installment from the promising emo-rap star.
H.E.R. — “Back of My Mind“
H.E.R’s debut album, Back of My Mind is the 1st OGM’s top pick from New Music Friday. H.E.R’s debut album, Back of My Mind, not only accepts her vulnerability by listening to her own voice, but also allows the multi-instrumentalist to peel back the layers that make her, H.E.R.
Gucci Mane — “Ice Daddy“
Gucci Mane is back with his signature Atlantan sound and a star-studded tracklist on Ice Daddy — featuring some of hip-hop’s best and brightest in Pooh Shiesty, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Baby, 2 Chainz, Young Dolph, E-40 and more.
Unfoonk — “My Struggle“
As the older brother of YSL leader and trap legend Young Thug, Unfoonk’s 11-year stint in prison ultimately made him who he is today. Sometimes in life, it’s all about the Struggle that defines you, as Unfoonk peels back personal trials and tribulations over the course of 12 tracks.
Vince Staples — “Law Of Averages“
Vince Staples returns with a lo-fi, retro head-bobber on his single “Law of Averages,” as he spits bars about fake friends, the problematic proponents of fame and more.
Isaiah Rashad — “Headshots“
Weeks away from releasing his first full-length project since 2016, The House is Burning, TDE’s Isaiah Rashad is back with another energetic album cut “Headshots (4r Da Locals). Simply put, Rashad is back in his bag, following up the tone set in his previous release “Lay Wit Ya” feat. Duke Deuce.
Don Tolver & Kali Uchis — “Drugs N Hella Melodies“
Don Toliver and Kali Uchis link up for a somber and smooth R&B cut in “Drugs N Hella Melodies.” Both Toliver and Uchis’ warm, intimate performances over dreamy production provide another sultry tune to Toliver’s already established arsenal.
Logic — “Intro”
Officially coming out of retirement with his new track “Intro,” Logic ditches the facade and fake aliases — reintroducing himself as one of hip-hop’s premier lyricists.
Wale & Chris Brown — “Angles”
Wale and Chris Brown team up to hit all the “Angles” on their latest hip-hop and R&B fusion. Captivating listeners with bouncy production, both Wale and Chris Brown breeze over this late-night jam.
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