New Music Roundup Khromo

New Music Round-up

DaBaby – My Brother’s Keeper

DaBaby pays respect to his late brother, who died sustaining self-inflicted gun wounds. Following the rapper’s long silence, he’s served us his latest offering.

My Brother’s Keeper” album consists of some heartfelt tracks, featuring Meek Mill, NoCap, Polo G and Toosii.

The 7-track body of work discusses the struggles he faced growing up, and also stresses that depression should never go unchecked.

Rich The Kid and YoungBoy NBA – Nobody Safe

Finally, Rich The Kid and YoungBoy NBA have dropped their joint full-length, Nobody Safe, after holding off on its release since June.

Nobody Safe” gives the best of both artists, and features Lil Wayne, Rod Wave, and Quando Rondo with production from Louie Bands, Murda Beatz, Wheezy, and others.

Saint Jhn – While the World Was Burning

Saint Jhn dropped his third studio album, “While the World Was Burning,” released via Godd Complex/HITCO.

The project boasts of A-list guests including DaBaby, Future, Kanye West, Kehlani, Lil Uzi Vert and others.

Whilst speaking about the project, Jhn says, “’While The World Was Burning’ came together on its own, and I was just appreciative. I did it. I took it as an opportunity to put it out. I took it as a reminder of the momentum that I built over the course of the last couple of years when people weren’t paying attention.”

Meek Mill – Quarantine Pack (EP)

Meek Mill puts out 4-track EP titled “Quarantine Pack” the artist’s follow-up to his 2018 release Championships.

The four-track mini album features “GTA” with 42-Dugg, “Pain Away” with Lil Durk, “Middle of It,” and “Think It’s a Game” with Vory.

Just last month Meek promised to put out an album before the year runs out. This gives us confidence to trust him to definitely deliver.

Lil Tjay – Move On

Just a while ago after dropping “Losses,” Lil Tjay is here again with Avery On The Beat-produced track – Move On.

The heartfelt music talks about some toxicity which the artist faces in a relationship, and right about now he is ready to focus on himself.

He sings:

“Back when I met you I thought you were special.
Something ’bout you, just couldn’t forget you.
Swear to God, I regret how you played me
Can’t believe I was me and I let you”

Sam Smith – The Lighthouse Keeper

Sam Smith released a new Christmas-themed single titled “The Lighthouse Keeper” produced by Labrinth.

Sam Smith speaking about the Christmas-inspired music: “If any year could make me look forward to the sounds of Christmas, it would be 2020 as more than ever before we are yearning to be around our friends and family once again. Christmas symbolises that for me and earlier this year I was inspired to write a Christmas love song. Labrinth and I poured our hearts into this one and it has honestly been pure joy to create and make.”

Sia – Hey Boy

Australian singer and songwriter, Sia, dishes out new single titled “Hey Boy.”

“Hey Boy” is the first song and video from Sia’s forthcoming album – Songs From and Inspired By The Motion Picture

The song comes at the heel of the her movie directorial debut, to be released February 2021, starring Kate Hudson, Leslie Odom Jnr and others.

Miley Cyrus x Dua Lipa – Prisoner

Miley Cyrus enlists Dua Lipa on new single dubbed “Prisoner.”
The long-awaited collaboration of Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa is off Miley’s forthcoming album.

The accompanying visual sees both artists driving recklessly through New York City in a tour bus, just before they head back for a party.

“Prisoner” marks the second offering from the upcoming project, following the lead single “Midnight Sky.” Both songs will feature on the highly anticipated album – Plastic Hearts.

Shawn Mendes x Justin Bieber – Monsters

Shawn Mendes recruited Justin Bieber to feature on his latest track, “Monster”.

This news track comes ahead of Mendes’ “Wonder” album, to be released on the 4th of December.

The new single comes with a visual which sees Mendes walking through a park in the middle of the night and crosses path with Justin, as they take turns on their verses speaking about fame and its pitfalls.

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