Weekend Music Round-Up


Lil Durk – The Voice (Deluxe)

Just one month after the release of the original album, Chicago rapper, Lil Durk, returns with a deluxe edition of “The Voice.”
The 28-track extended collection features 12 additional songs including collaborations with Lil Baby, Pooh Shiesty, and Sydny August.

Following the release, Durk goes to explain exactly what he means by the album title:
“When I be saying I’m the voice, I don’t be tryna like, tryna run n*ggas or tell ’em what to do or nothing like that. I just feel that the streets’ll listen to me, and I’m saying that shit different.”

Fredo – Money Can’t Buy Happiness

After a long wait, West London rapper, Fredo, finally dropped his sophomore album – ‘’Money Can’t Buy Happiness’’.

Explaining why the album took such a long time to drop, Fredo says:
“I want to apologise for the wait. I had a whole different style album that didn’t really mean anything to me. Meanwhile a lot was going on in life that I was angry and confused about…”

“Money Can’t Buy Happiness” follows recently released singles – “Scorpion” and “What Can I Say.” The album sees Fredo bringing on board guest appearances from Pop Smoke, Santan Dave, Young Adz on Burner On Deck and Summer Walker.

Rich The Kid – Lucky 7 (EP)

Rich the Kid surprised fans with the release of his new EP, “Lucky 7,” officially via Rich Forever Music/EMPIRE. The drop-off extended playlist follows Rich The Kid’s third studio album ‘BOSS MAN’.
According to him, “This is a playlist of the first seven songs I recorded before my album.”

“Lucky 7” features production from longtime collaborators The Lab Cook, DJ Durel, Budda Beats, DJ Spins and more.

Lil Peep – California Girls (EP)

Lil Peep’s legacy continues to live on as the emo-rapper’s “CALIFORNIA GIRLS EP” is now available on all streaming platforms.

The extended playlist, initially released in 2015, never landed on streaming services. His team has been working hard to make all of Peep’s music readily available for his fans on Spotify, Apple Music, TIDAL, and all the other platforms.


Lil Mosey – Holy Water

Lil Mosey celebrated his 19th birthday with the release of a brand new track “Holy Water.”

The tracks comes along with a music video, directed by Danny Lopez, in which Mosey is seen traveling through the city of London in style.

Boi-1da x Leslie Grace x Meek Mill – Conga

Boi-1da, Leslie Grace and Meek Mill come together to drop new version of “Conga,” which premiered exclusively on Billboard.
This is the first and only official remix of the classic record, produced by Canadian Boi-1da, featuring lead vocals from Leslie Grace and verses from Meek Mill.

Leslie, speaking on how the track was recorded, “I went into the studio pre-Covid with Boi-1da. We immediately hit it off. I had written the first verse and the pre onto a loop he had sent me. Everything else was basically done remotely. Meek Mill jumped on the track later on after listening to the structure we built.”

Tokyo Jets – Know The Rules ft. T.I

Upcoming star, Toyko Jetz serves a new single to the world via Grand Hustle Records/EMPIRE, featuring T.I. Just after collaborating with T.I. on “Hit Dogs Holla,” both artists team up again on her own track – “Know The Rules.”

According to Tokyo: “Every song I write, I make it a point to express my individuality, sexuality and uplift women to know their worth and add tax to it. With this record, I wanted to make sure I stayed true to who I am but also maintain the rawness with a sample from one of the most iconic rappers, Tupac. I’m excited to give fans a new body of work that truly embodies who I am and what I stand for.”

PARTYNEXTDOOR – Colours/Colours 2

PARTYNEXTDOOR has now made his 2014 and 2017 projects, Colours and Colours 2 respectively, available for streaming across streaming platforms.

The artist took to Twitter to reveal this to his fans in a single tweet saying:
“Making the original COLOURS finally available everywhere Friday for the fans. Locked in, will be back soon.”

“Colours” sees guest features from Travis Scott and Cash Out, while “Colours 2” is solo, features no one. Listen here

Young Stoner Life – Get Fucked Up

After dropping “Take It to Trial” last month, Young Stoner Life label releases new single and video for “Get Fu**ed Up,” featuring Yak Gotti, Yung Kayo, and Sheck Wes.

Even though the release is yet to be associated with Thugger’s forthcoming album, rumour has it that the single comes off “Slime Language 2.”

The music is accompanied by the release of an official video directed by Cian Moore, and edited by John Dalton.

Davido – The Best ft. Mayorkun (music video)

DMW General, Davido, is not done with his “A Better Time” album as he treats fans to the official music video for “The Best,” featuring Mayorkun.

The music video gives off ninja vibes as Davido trains Mayorkun ninja fighting techniques, in reference to a part of Mayorkun’s verse: “Me, I learn from the best ooo, Davido, Baddest ooo.” Another highlight of the video which got social media buzzing was the cameo appearance of Nigeria music veteran, Wande Coal.

Less than one hour after being released, the video already received over a hundred thousand streams.

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