10 songs you gotta check out from this week
Happy New Music Friday! Here are 10 songs from the week that you need to check out.
Nicki Minaj makes her return to music since having her son with "What That Speed Bout?!" Youngboy Never Broke Again and Minaj trade hard-hitting verses over a high octane Mike WiLL Made-It instrumental for a surefire hit.
Florida's Dee Watkins delivers a menacing yet catchy performance on "No Evidence". The track is the Alamo Records signee's first single since dropping his album Problem Child 2 back in August.
Since transitioning from Youtube, Aries has exploded onto the scene with indie pop inspired singing and rapping chops that have cultivated a die hard fanbase. "FOOL'S GOLD" is the first single since his highly successful debut album Welcome Home.
Nigerian singer Omah Lay releases his second "Damn" remix, this time featuring 6lack. Despite success in his home country, Lay's music hasn't quite entered the American conscious yet but that may change soon with this track.
While Omah Lay introduces himself to an American audience, 24kgoldn looks to establish himself as an international superstar with the edition of J Balvin and Justin Bieber on "Mood". Biebs and Balvin kill their verses per usual and add to the buzz of the already electric track.
Switching back to international artists, New Zealand singer Benee teams up with English singer Lily Allen and Flo Milli for "Plain". The three artists give their own flavor to a bubbly, indie influenced trap beat.
Throughout the last year, The Kid LAROI has emerged from being Lil Bibby's protege to growing into his name and getting his first RIAA certified gold track for "GO" ft. Juice Wrld. "Without You" features LAROI's trademark raspy, high pitched singing over a heart-tugging slow instrumental.
Atlanta heavyweights 2 Chainz and Mulatto team up for a bouncy, strip club anthem. 2 Chainz catchy chorus and Mulatto's alternating flows make you want to dance along no matter where you are.
Gunna and NAV go absolutely ballistic over a Wheezy beat for the producer's self titled track. Gunna begins the track hammering in Wheezy's name just in case Gunna's affinity for the YSL producer's beat wasn't clear. NAV finishes it off with a rapid fire yet melodic flow that finishes off a surefire standout from NAV's new project Emergency Tsunami.
Up and Coming pop sensation Sara Kays delivers a nostalgic performance on "Remember That Night?" The track is soft and floaty but packs a punch with heartfelt lyrics over a guitar leaning instrumentall.