New Music Friday: Pusha T, Lil Wayne + DMX, Chlöe + Chris Brown, Drake + 21 Savage and more
It’s the last Friday of the month, and it’s flooded with new releases. Here’s a list of some of the newest music to hit the culture.
Don Toliver, Love Sick — Don’s third album features Kali Uchis, GloRilla and Lil Durk, Wizkid, Charlie Wilson, Brent Faiyaz and more.
Jozzy, Songs For Women, Free Game For N**** — The album is the first of Diddy‘s Love Records. He says Jozzy’s “style and energy has the potential to make her one of the greats.”
Wiz Khalifa, Star Power — The 2008 album, which features “So High” and “Flickin Ashes,” is now available on streaming services.
Pusha T, “White Lines (Cocaine Bear Remix)” — King Push put his spin on the Melle Mel record featured in the Cocaine Bear trailer, releasing it just in time for the movie’s premiere.
Lil Wayne featuring DMX, “Kant Nobody” — The track is produced by Swizz Beatz and samples DMX’s 1998 cut “N***az Done Started Something.”
Chlöe featuring Chris Brown, “How Does It Feel” — The singer released her CB collaboration despite receiving backlash following her announcement of the song. The track, accompanied by a video, samples Usher‘s “Throwback” featuring Jadakiss.
Conway the Machine featuring Saucy Walka, Juicy J, “Super Bowl” — The song is about “celebrating BIG WINS.” “In life, you gotta be proud of yourself for all of your hard work paying off. A win is a blessing, and you always gotta count your blessings,” Conway says.
Mount Westmore, “Motto” — Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, E-40 and Too $hort reunited for the Rick Rock Beats-produced track/video, which follows “Too Big” and “Free Game.”
Drake, 21 Savage, “Spin Bout U” — The duo’s new video sees them rescue a woman who eventually drugs and kidnaps them, making way for other women to steal their jewelry and burn their ship.
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