New music Friday: 10 new songs you need to check out
It's New Music Friday! Here's everything you should be streaming right now.
Saweetie and Jhene Aiko join forces for their dynamic new song "Back to the Streets." The song is an upbeat, fun, empowering track that makes for the perfect anthem for the ladies to have on repeat.
Singer Ty Dolla $ign channels his inner Motown singer on "Your Turn,” a track off of his new album Featuring Ty Dolla $ign. The song is a good change of pace from the album's rap and R&B influenced tracks and 6lack's moody feature, in particular, adds an extra layer of depth to the cut.
Cinematic Music Group signee Brokeasf teams up with Rich the Kid for their cut ”Flute.” The Jacksonville native's up-tempo, gritty flow could light any listener's speakers on fire.
St. Louis native Comethazine delivers an aggressive, high energy performance on "556" the second track from his album Bawskee 4. The div produced is already going crazy with over 400,000 views on Youtube in just one day.
Pompano Beach, FL native Jackboy released the Tyga assisted cut "Aggy" earlier today. The hard-hitting track is an earworm that would make anyone want to dance and rap along.
Houston rappers KenTheMan and OMB Bloodbath go back and forth on producer CHASE B's “For Me.” The rappers' flows are unapologetically Houston inspired and the spongey bass installed by the Cactus Jack producer makes the song an instant hit.
Jack Harlow continues his hot streak with an ode to Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro. The song is bass-heavy, almost as catchy as "What's Poppin" and radiates unbreakable confidence.
Florida natives Slatt Zy and Hotboii join forces for their song ”How It Go.” The two rappers sing-songy flows complement each other perfectly for a cautionary tale on disloyal romantic partners.
Known for his track "Wrong,” Luh Kel is back with another ode to a romantic interest. ”Perfect Time.” the eighth track from his new album L.O.V.E, details Kel falling in love over a sappy yet hard-hitting instrumental that makes you want to party and find a girlfriend at the same time.
Chicago legend Lil Bibby's newest prodigy The Kid Laroi released his first single since his debut album F*CK LOVE earlier today. The 17-year-old Auzzie singer gives another gutwrenching performance with lyrics and vocals that are impossible to not empathize with.
"Party Girl" rapper StaySolid Rocky swaps out his usually nonchalant flow for a much moodier and substantive performance. "Demons" shows the rapper's range and that he's far from a one-hit-wonder.
Be sure to check out these new songs out now!