Octavian – Poison ft. Take A Daytrip, Obongjayar, Santi
Octavian’s latest single “Poison” features a drugged-out chorus from afrobeat artist Obongjayar as well as an effortless verse from alté singer-rapper Santi. This trifecta’s work is not something you want to miss. Oh, and also, the song is produced by Take A Daytrip if you needed any more convincing.
Isaiah Rashad – Why Worry
Isaiah Rashad’s first release in four years has people feeling like this.
Guapdad 4000 – Trade Places With Them Jeans
I didn’t know I needed Guapdad 4000 singing about love and heartbreak in full personal protective equipment until now.
Earl Sweatshirt – WHOLE WORLD (ft. Maxo, Prod. by Alchemist)
Earl Sweatshirt has been busy as of late, the rapper recently dropped guest verses for Drakeo’s “Ion Rap Beef” and Quelle Chris’s “Mirage.” This is his first solo release since his EP “FEET OF CLAY,” with Earl and Maxo sluggishly delivering raps about the end of the world. You can catch this on the deluxe edition of “FEET OF CLAY,” out June 26th.
UMI – Mother Earth
UMI presents a special tribute to Mother Earth.
Benny The Butcher ft. Rick Hyde & Heem
Griselda season has returned.
Lil Uzi Vert – Sasuke
Lil Uzi continues his onslaught of musical releases with “Sasuke.” The track is an ode to Sasuke Uchiha, of the hit show “Naruto.”
Cautious Clay (with Remi Wolf, Still Woozy, Sophie Meiers, Claud, Melanie Faye & HXNS) – Cheesin’
A new track from Cautious Clay and friends for a good cause, all net proceeds go to MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Quelle Chris & Chris Keys – MIRAGE (feat. Earl Sweatshirt, Denmark Vessey, Merrill Garbus & Big Sen)
The new track from Quelle Chris and Chris Keys is a sequel to their 2015 album “Innocent Country.” “MIRAGE” features Earl Sweatshirt, Denmark Vessey, Merrill Garbus and Big Sen. The meditative track sits just above the 7-minute mark with a spoken word outro by Big Sen. If you wanted something that’s grounding to listen to, this is it.
THE SCOTTS, Travis Scott, Kid Cudi – THE SCOTTS
This song is the equivalent of when you return to elementary school from a doctor’s appointment with a bag of McDonalds for lunch. It feels great now, but in 10 years, you’ll start to feel the effect of the double cheeseburger you never should have ordered.