Hot Girl Meg The Stallion - “Body”
Meg The Stallion came through with her long awaited debut album Good News. The album follows four mixtapes that gave this hot girl her rising star. The debut album is a compilation of quality tracks that finds the rapper honing in on her craft. Of course Meg addresses the haters and critics alike as she takes on the controversy surrounding her fallout with Tory Lanez on “Shots Fired,” and “Circles” before turning up on tracks like “Cry Baby” featuring Da Baby and “Go Crazy” featuring Big Sean and 2 Chainz. Good News has many highlights and features more collaborations with the City Girls, SZA, Popcaan, Mustard, Beyonce and Young Thug!
Meek Mill - “Pain Away”
Meek Mill came through with the Quarantine Pack EP. The project which features a solid four tracks, similar to past EPs from the Philly rapper. On the EP, Meek Mill addresses critics and haters alike while representing the streets. On the projects lead Meek taps in Lil Durk on “Pain Away” to reflect on the journey and its sacrifices. “But I just bought that Rolls truck to take the pain away / And all these diamonds give me confidence / Don't judge my pain if you don't know the shit that I'm against,” he spits. Quarantine Pack EP also includes collaborations with 42 Dugg and Vory!
Jeezy - “Almighty Black Dollar”
Fresh off the Verzus battle against long time rival Gucci Mane, Jeezy continues to both up with the follow-up to 2008’s monumental Recession. On the Jeezy bosses up showcasing a nice contrast to the Jeezy of 2008. The album opens up with a powerful number featuring Black Lives activist Tamika Mallory on “Oh Lord,” in which Jeezy follows with a number of gems that he learned from his journey. Along the way, Jeezy plugs in rappers Yo Gotti, E-40, Lil Duval, Rick Ross and singers Demi Lovato and Ne-Yo to relay the message. “Almighty Black Dollar” featuring Rick Ross which premiered after the battle, is the perfect introduction to this album. This ones definitely one for the whip!
Da Baby - “Gucci Peacoat”
Last month, Da Baby lost his older brother to unexpected suicide. The news shocked fans, critics and the rapper himself. In true artistic fashion, Da Baby comes through with a powerful EP titled My Brother’s Keeper which finds the rapper exploring the moment and the emotions brought forward. The project features Meek Mill, No Cap, Polo G and Toosi.
SAINt JHN - "Monica Lewinsky, Election Year" ft. DaBaby & A Boogie wit da Hoodie
After topping the charts with “Roses,” and the “Roses (Remix)” featuring Future, SAINt JHN releases his sophomore Ghetto Lenny’s Love Songs. Following the vibey single, While The World Was Burning takes us on an emotional ride featuring the artist top not self-production. While The World Was Burning features collaborations from Lil Uzi Vert, Da Baby, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Future, Kanye West, JID, 6lack and Kehlani!
BONUS: Saweetie - “Back To The Streets”
After making a full comeback with the sampled hit “Tap In,” Bay Area Saweetie comes through with a smooth and original vibe titled “Back To The Streets”. Teaming up with R&B songstress Jhene Aiko, the duo set the tone following a break-up.In the video, Saweetie take us into the world of the Icy Princess. The singles “Tap In” and “Back to the Streets” all lead up to Saweetie’s debut Pretty Bitch Music, with production from Danja, Lil Jon, Murda Beatz, and more, coming soon!
Honorable Mentions: Wale - “Flawed” ft. Gunna, Jazmine Sullivan - “Pick Up Your Feelings”, Kali Uchis & PARTYNEXTDOOR - “fue mejor,” Nav & Don Toliver - “Lemonade” featuring Anuel AA & Gunna, Russ - CHOMP
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