2 Chainz – So Help Me God (Album)
Atlanta-based rapper, 2 Chainz, has dropped off his final album with Def Jam Recordings – So Help Me God.
The 15-track long project clocking in at about 50 minutes features Kanye West, Brent Faiyaz, Lil Wayne, NBA YoungBoy, Lil Uzi Vert, TY Dolla $ign.
Speaking about the album, 2 Chainz says, “I like to describe ‘So Help Me God!’ as a light during a dark time. It’s a time capsule of what we’ve been experiencing during this pandemic, during this year. But it’s the light side. It’s the other side of the pillow.”
Future x Lil Uzi Vert – Pluto x Baby Pluto (Album)
Once again, Future and Lil Uzi Vert have come together to collaborate, this time, on an album dubbed “Pluto x Pluto Baby.”
Accompanying the album release, the artists shared the Hype Willams’ directed visual for “That’s It,” where both of them were seen on a soccer field doing their thing, while a women’s soccer team was having a training session.
Earlier in the week also, both rappers took to social media to release a teaser of their collaboration.
The 16-song LP is executive produced by DJ Esco.
Davido – A Better Time (Album)
Less than a year after releasing his sophomore Album- A Good Time, Davido drops a third album – A Better Time.
The new album came as a shocker, owing to the fact that, this is the same artist who waited for seven years before dropping a follow up to his first full-length album.
Reliable intel revealed that, Davido (aka OBO) seized the opportunity availed by the global lockdown to record the album after his world-tour got canceled.
In his word: “I got back in the studio, and funny enough, I was making better music than I had previously dropped, and we just kept going. My sophomore album was called ‘A Good Time’, so, obviously, ‘A Better Time’ is a better album. I took my time. Better visuals, better production, everything as a whole package.”
The album houses the chart-topping single “FEM” which became the anthem of the #EndSARS movement in Nigeria, and it also features big names such as Nicki Minaj, Lil Baby, Tiwa Savage, Mayorkun, Saulti Sol, Sho Madjozi, and more.
Kodak Black – Bill Israel (album)
Even while behind bars, there’s no stopping for Kodak as he releases his third studio album – Bill Israel.
This full-length project houses 11 tracks and features from CBE, Gucci Mane, Lil Yachty, Tory LANEZ and other top artists.
This album is preceded by Kodak’s “Real Is Rare” docuseries, which revealed some behind-the-scenes action prior to his imprisonment.
YoungBoy NBA – Until I return (Mixtape)
YoungBoy NBA is here again with 11-track mixtape – Until I return.
“Until I Return,” as of now is only available on YouTube, because there lies his most loyal fanbase.
“My fan base was established there first, and that’s where they know they can get my music first-hand,” he said plainly.
YoungBoy NBA, has confirmed he’d be releasing his collaborative project with Rich the Kid on November 20.
Lil Nas – Holiday
Lil Nas returns with new and first release all 2020 – Holiday, a follow-up to his 2019 debut EP.
“Holiday,” which is the artist’s lead single off his forthcoming album, comes with a suiting visual co-directed by Gibson Hazard and Lil Nas himself.
He’s expected to perform the song at a virtual concert this Saturday, November 14th, on the children’s video game Roblox.
Rod Wave – All Week
Just about a month after releasing visual for “Shooting Star,” Rod Wave serves his latest offering to the world titled All Week.
On this song, Rod Wave does what he does best and spits reflective bars fill with emotion.
Earlier this year, Rod Wave dropped off his “Pray 4 Love” project which saw 14 tracks which have since earned Rod Wave the number two spot on the Billboard 200.
Kanye West – Nah Nah Nah
America Presidential Aspirant and Musical giant, Kanye West, drops remix of his most recent single – Nah Nah Nah.
The original song was released on October 16th, and just two days later, he tweeted a 16-second snippet of DaBaby‘s verse, which obviously got him overwhelmed.
In ‘Nah Nah Nah’, West raps about his presidential run, his contract dispute with Universal Music Group, and his appearance on Nick Cannon’s podcast.