Fabolous and Jadakiss released their collaborative album Friday on Elm Street last year to positive reviews. The duo delves into the horror genre on the haunting opening track “F vs J Intro.” Check it out below.
Lil Wayne released his Dedication 6 Reloaded mixtape last Friday and has the best rapper alive truly displaying his signature punchline flow. On “Big Bad Wolf” Lil Wayne goes in and it is amazing to hear him still being able to provide exciting remixes to songs. Check it out below.
Irish rapper Rejjie Snow recently dropped his first single “Egyptian Luvr” from his debut album Dear Annie. The track features production from Kaytranada and guest vocals from Amine and Dana Williams. Check it out below.
Carnage is coming off a stellar year after his collaborative album with Young Thug. On the new single “Learn How to Watch,” he teams up with Mac Miller and MadeinTYO. Check it out below.
J. Cole’s Dreamville has some of the most introspective and interesting rappers on the label. North Carolina rapper Lute has a striking flow that stands out on track “Morning Shift.” Lute spits on being real and trying to be the best out of his city. Check it out below.
Childish Major’s Woo$ah turned out to be one of my favorite albums from last year. The rapper and producer has a distinct style that is truly captivating especially on the title track from the record. “Woo$ah” has a fun and eclectic beat that has Major talking about taking a breather. Check it out below.
SZA is enjoying a wave of acclaim and success ever since the release of her album Ctrl. In this video, she shows just how multifaceted she is when she strips it down on “Go Gina.” Check it out below.