New Music Friday: Creed III soundtrack, NBA Youngboy, J. Cole and more
Nicki Minaj‘s new single “Red Ruby Da Sleeze” is out, and De La Soul‘s entire discography is finally available on streaming platforms. Here’s some more new music to drop this week.
Kali Uchis, Red Moon In Venus — Kali’s third album sees appearances from boyfriend Don Toliver, Summer Walker and more. “Love is the message,” she said. “Red Moon In Venus is a timeless, burning expression of desire, heartbreak, faith, and honesty, reflecting the divine femininity of the moon and Venus.”
Macklemore, Ben — The rapper’s third solo album includes 15 songs and collaborations with DJ Premier, NLE Choppa and Morray.
Dreamville, Creed III: The Soundtrack — The album drop coincides with the release of the movie, starring Michael B. Jordan and Jonathan Majors. Kehlani, Blxst, Big Sean and artists from the Dreamville roster contributed to the project.
Masego, Masego — The singer’s sophomore album, released via EQT Recordings and Capitol Records, features the previously released singles “You Never Visit Me” and “Two Sides.” He starts tour on March 12.
J. Cole & j-hope, “On the Street” — The song’s title refers to street dance, which led to BTS member j-hope’s desire to be an artist. A video‘s also been released.
Conway The Machine & Jae Skeese, “Metallic 5’s” — Conway and his Drumwork Music Group signee reunite for the first single off their forthcoming joint project, Pain Provided Profit, dropping March 10. “I just wanted to start the year off applying pressure,” Conway says.
BIA, “SIXTEEN” — BIA’s back with the AzizTheShake– and Tim Nihan-produced song, on which she raps about some of the hardships faced in her upbringing.
NBA Youngboy, “Demon Party” — The song is accompanied by a visual that sees him on the mountaintops of Utah, where he currently resides.
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