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Ken Car$on — “Project X”
The Kid LAROI — “F*CK LOVE 3”
The young Australian superstar caps off his debut trilogy series with the third installment of F*CK LOVE. With seven new tracks, The Kid LAROI recruits the likes of Polo G, Stunna Gambino, GHerbo, Justin Bieber and others to guide him through the heartbreak that still lingers within him.
Isaiah Rashad — “Wat U Sed”
Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow— “Industry Baby”
Simply put, Lil Nas X doesn’t miss. He has yet to show any signs that he’s letting up, out of steam, out of ideas and more importantly, out of things to say. As one of the most polarizing artists music has seen, he succeeds immensely, recruiting Jack Harlow for his latest blockbuster hit “Industry Baby.”
Bizzy Banks — “Same Energy”
After his stunning performance on “30” Pop Smoke’s posthumous album FAITH, Bizzy Banks is riding the wave of a feature that has bolstered his appeal as of late. The New York drill specialist brings that Same Energy on his sophomore LP — furthering proving that Pop Smoke and Fivio Foreign aren’t the only ones with mainstream drill appeal.
Belly, The Weeknd, Young Thug — “Better Believe”
Childish Major — “Thank you, God. For it all.”
Honing a more soulful approach to Atlanta’s signature trap sound, Childish Major deserves his respect. With his third studio album ‘Thank you, God. For it all,’ Major is more multifaceted than ever — crooning melancholous hooks and catchy flows over the project’s 7-track run-time. If anything, don’t be Childish and keep an eye on Major’s ascension into greater circles.
Lil Tecca — “Money On Me”
Yung Bleu — “Moon Boy”
Young Bleu has truly catapulted himself into the mainstream this year, by securing big name features in Chris Brown, Drake, Big Sean, John Legend, HER and others. Not only does the Alabama talent find solace in heavy bars and melodic production, but also uses his newfound star power to reach new heights on his latest project Moon Boy.
EST Gee — “Bigger Than Life or Death”
Louisville-based rapper EST Gee’s star has been rising as of late, especially after news broke earlier this week that Jay-Z invited him to the studio. Gee’s influences are worn on his sleeve, as the YG-signed artist’s fifth album “Bigger Than Life or Death” paints a concise picture of his hardships, tragedies and triumphs throughout his life.