October New Music Round-up

21 Savage and Metro Booming – Savage Mode 2

21 Savage and Metro Booming dropped “Savage Mode 2,” a follow up effort to their 2016 release “Savage Mode.”

The 15-track long album includes features from Drake, Morgan Freeman, Young Thug, Young Nudy and more.

After 4 years of wait, both artists unveiled “Savage Mode 2” with a visual directed by Gibson Hazard, and Narrated by Morgan Freeman.

Bryson Tiller – Anniversary

Just last week, Bryson Tiller celebrated the 5th birthday of his debut album, “TRAPSOUL,” and blessed us with an deluxe album. 

To kick off October 2020, Bryson is back with his 3rd studio album titled “Anniversary” made of 10 tracks and just one guest feature from Drake.

YG – My Life 4Hunnid

YG is here again, and this time with his 5th full-length project dubbed “My Life 4Hunnid,” featuring Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Lil Tjay, YG, Ty Dolla $ign and a host of others. 

My Life 4Hunnid,” released via Def Jam Recordings, was released alongside a music video for “Blood Walk” featuring Lil Wayne and D3szn.

According to YG, this project is his “darkest and most wounded Album yet.”

Wiz Khalifa – The Saga of Wiz Khalifa (Deluxe)

Back in April, on the universal stoner’s day,  Wiz Khalifa treated the world to the release of a full-length project which he called “The Saga of Wiz Khalifa.

Now, the Rapper is back with a deluxe album of 8 additional tracks featuring: A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Young Deji, Maxi Kream and more.

The deluxe album comes along with a music video for “POV” featuring Rubi Rose.

Westside Gunn – Who Made The Sunshine

After revealing intention to quit music in 2021, Westside Gunn comes through with new album – “Who Made The Sunshine”.

With the absence of Eminem on the project, Gunn admits

“Shady fans are going to be hurt. But at the end of the day, I feel like I’m the illest in the entire industry. Not even just as a rapper, but as a curator. I’m a one of one. I don’t feel I have to have Marshall, or call Jay-Z or Kanye. I know I can go to any one of these people and get it, but at the end of the day, I’m my own man.”

The album features Armani Caesar, Benny The Butcher, Bursta Rhymes, Flee Lord, Smoke DZA, and others.

Smoke DZA – Homegrown

Smoke DZA unleases eighth studio album, released via RFC Music Group/Cinematic Music Group.

DZA’s “Homegrown” comes with assists from Big K.R.I.T, Cam’ron, Flip Dinero, Jadakiss, Jim Jones, Wiz Khalifa and a host of others. Just before the release of the project, DZA had dropped  “Santos House Party” and video for “Hibachi” featuring Jadakiss and Dinero.

Megan Thee Stallion ft. Young Thug – Don’t Stop

Megan Thee Stallion drops lead single off her forthcoming album, to be released later this year. 

The music is accompanied by a visual directed by Collin Tilley, and references Alice in Wonderland and Edward Scissorshands.”Don’t Stop” is the rapper’s follow up to “WAP,” assisted by Cardi B

ASAP Ferg – Big ASAP 

Following the release of “Floor Seats II” album, ASAP Ferg is back with new single – Big ASAP. The new single addresses the recent in-fighting in the ASAP Mob.

Contrary to ASAP Illz and ASAP Bari, Ferg claims he’s still very much a part of the Mob. 

“The propaganda bring you up to bring you back down. How you gonna kick a leader of ASAP out. I keep my foot on these niggas neck till they pass out.”

The full-length, “Floor Seats II,” houses 10 tracks from the Harlem star, and features Diddy, Fivio Foreign, Lil Wayne, Marilyn Manson, Nicki Minaj, Tyga etc. 

Jorja Smith – Come Over

British singer, Jorja Smith, enlists Popcaan on new musical effort titled “Come Over.” Which is the artist’s follow-up to “By Any Means.” 

The song is supported with an animated video directed by Amber Grave Johnson and animated by Future Power Station. According to Jorja, Come Over is inspired by that unsure feeling when you’re talking to someone and you can’t tell how much they’re into you and you’re chasing them when, really, it can be straight up and no one should be playing games.” 

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