Young Thug & Future: Mink Flow

“Mink Flow” has Young Thug providing a catchy hook and displaying his vocal range on this track from Super SlimeyFuture also goes in on the beat as it thumps along. The music video for the song has a gothic feel and plenty of snakes slithering about. Check it out below.

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Future and Young Thug: All da Smoke

Future and Young Thug have finally released a visual from their collaborative album Super Slimey. “All da Smoke” is one of the best tracks off of the record which finds both rappers displaying their varied and trademark styles. Check it out below.

21 Savage & Metro Boomin: Run Up the Racks

I am disappointed in myself for not adding Without Warning to my list of the best albums of 2017. I have been listening to this 21 Savage and Offset collaborative album constantly and really enjoyed the total aesthetic that the rappers and producer Metro Boomin created.

“Run Up the Racks” has 21 Savage rapping in his trademark hardcore style as the foreboding beat stutters behind him. Check it out below.

 

Lil Uzi Vert: Mood

Lil Uzi Vert had a great 2017 and it seems that he is starting the year off right with a new track. “Mood” is a new single that features production from TM88 and Southside and has Uzi Vert bouncing around on the low-key beat. Check it out below.

Lil Wayne: Family Feud feat. Drake

Lil Wayne recently stated that he is releasing a follow-up to his stellar Dedication 6 mixtape called D6: Reloaded. The first single from it is the remix “Family Feud” which features Drake. Both rappers discuss their issues with rivals and the opposition. Lil Wayne destroys the track with his on-point wordplay and punch lines. Check it out below.

J.I.D.: All Bad

J.I.D. is a rapper from Atlanta that has seemed to find a way to branch out from his peers from the same area. He is signed to J. Cole’s Dreamville label and has managed to produce some of the best records of his career especially on his debut album The Never Story. The album is a mix of introspective and jazzy/soulful beats with the highlight “All Bad.” This track has a downtempo sound with a funky beat as J.I.D.  and singer Mereba speak their peace on a relationship. Check it out below.

21 Savage & Offset: Ric Flair Drip

21 Savage and Offset’s collaborative album “Without Warning” came out on Halloween and proved to be quite a dark and haunting record. The album features some of the darkest and chilling beats from Metro Boomin that helps to evoke a horrorcore vibe.

“Ric Flair Drip” is one of the standout tracks from the album with its spooky beat and Offset’s tremendous ability to ride the sound. Check it out below.

Huncho Jack: Where U From

2017 saw the release of many collaborative projects between popular hip-hop artists. Travis Scott and Quavo had been teasing their own project for a while and finally released it. Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho is an album that caters to both of the rappers styles and is a fun downbeat record.

“Where U From” is one of the best songs from the album with its somber sound and guitar loops. Check it out below.

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