Sheku Kanneh-Mason: Morceaux de Fantasie “Elegie

Young British cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason is an absolute joy to listen to as he evokes many feelings when he plays. His live performance of Rachmaninov’s “Morceaux de Fantasie Elegie” is a true sight to behold. Check it out below.

Janelle Monae: Make Me Feel

Janelle Monae is back with one of her funkiest songs yet with “Make Me Feel.” The track is smooth and the music video is an absolute delight. Check it out below.

Bishop Nehru: Rooftops

Bishop Nehru returns with new single “Rooftops” from his forthcoming album Elevators (Act I & II). The song is produced by MF DOOM. Check it out below.

August Greene: Black Kennedy

Common, Robert Glasper, and Karriem Riggins join forces for the supergroup August Greene. The trio released the first single from their upcoming album “Black Kennedy.” Check it out below.

Frank Ocean: Moon River

Frank Ocean has steadily released new singles ever since dropping his “Blonde” album. “Moon River” is a soulful cover of this classic song as Frank displays his vocal chops. Check it out below.

Rich The Kid: Plug Walk

Rich The Kid has been releasing some of his best material over the past few months. “Plug Walk” has a great beat that is somber and Rich flows nicely over it. Check it out below.

Fabolous and Jadakiss: Theme Music

“Theme Music” is my favorite track from Fabolous and Jadakiss’ collaborative album. The smooth and soulful beat blends perfectly with both rappers flows. Check out the music video below.

Drake: God’s Plan

Drake returns with a positive and uplifting music video for his hot new single “God’s Plan.” In the video, Drake pays for everyone’s food in a grocery store, gives money to various Miami residents, and even dishes out cars. Check it out below.

Kendrick Lamar and SZA: All the Stars

With Black Panther coming out today, I definitely had to post this great track from Kendrick and SZA. “All the Stars” has a visually stunning music video to go along with the track as many patterns and colors pounce out at you. Check it out below.

J.I.D.: EdEddnEddy

J.I.D. has been proving himself to be a rapper to look out for. The Atlanta native has been dropping some of the best songs from his career including “EdEddnEddy.” The music video is an animated skit using the same drawing style as the television series. Check it out below.

Blocboy JB feat Drake: Look Alive

Rising star Blocboy JB teams up with Drake for the banger “Look Alive.” Both rappers go in over the beat and party it up with their friends in the music video. Check it out below.

Childish Major: Woo$ah

Childish Major is one of my new favorite artists after his amazing album “Woo$ah” came out last year. The title track has a great beat that is equal parts jazzy and boom bap with Childish Major rapping about needing to take a breather to get his head right. Check it out below.