Lil Jon returns to turn the party up for Rae Sremmurd‘s “Set The Roof.” Rae Sremmurd’s stellar sophomore effort, SremmLife 2, dropped on August 12.
Isaiah Rashad – “Free Lunch”
Isaiah Rashad already had our attention when he released Cilvia, but “Free Lunch” — with its languid production and Isaiah’s quintessential stream-of-consciousness raps — is a reminder of why this TDE rapper remains on our radar.
Noname Feat. Raury & Cam O’bi – “Diddy Bop”
Noname‘s Telefone is a refreshing blend of spoken word meets hip-hop. “Diddy Bop” finds the Chicago raptress glowing in her slam poetic prowess, with Raury and Cam O’bi providing a complementary backdrop.
Jesse Boykins III – “I Need You”
Jesse Boykins III stayed true to himself with Bartholomew, his first full-length release in two years, but as always, he wasn’t afraid to experiment. “I Need You” puts a fresh spin on the Jesse fans know and love, but also errs toward the realm of today’s trap-influenced R&B.
Lil Uzi Vert Feat. Future – “Seven Million”
“Seven Million” is the Lil Uzi Vert and Future collaboration we didn’t know we needed. The track comes from Uzi’s The Perfect Luv Tape, which dropped on the rapper’s 22nd birthday.
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