New Music


Both Lil’ Durk and Valee are coming off releasing projects earlier this year. The two Chicago natives now join forces, collaborating on “Do the Most.” Over the hard knocking production of Young Chop, DJ L and Chase Davis, the OTF representer and G.O.O.D. Music signee go back-and-forth trading verses on the record. Hear it in full below.

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Generation Now is the music label of DJ Drama and Don Cannon, best known as the home of Lil’ Uzi Vert. Following the success of Uzi, Drama and Cannon now introduce the newest signee to Generation Now, Lil’ James. Hailing from Detroit, Lil’ James grew up in the foster care system living in more than 12 homes. Eventually, James would move to Atlanta where music serves as his inspiration, growing up on Lil’ Wayne and the Hot Boyz. After slowly working on his craft with the mentorship of DJ Drama and Don Cannon, Lil’ James drops his debut project 21 Years Later.

Coming in at eleven tracks, 21 Years Later features guest appearances by Jacquees and Kap G. Stream the project below.

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As we kick this week off, here’s a batch of new songs and videos from the likes of Young MA, Skepta, Josh X, Rick Ross, Reese La Flare, Young Thug, Pell, V-Down, Westside Gunn, Farruko, Father, Karol G, YK Osiris, SOB x RBE, Shoreline Mafia and more.

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Nicki Minaj’s new album QUEEN is out now and available everywhere, releasing this past Friday (Aug. 10). Minaj’s fourth studio LP was slated to arrive next week on August 17th, pushed back due to a record that samples music great Tracy Chapman. Instead, Nicki surprised fans by putting the album out a week early without that song. HOT 97’s Funkmaster Flex announced on Saturday (Aug. 11) that he would premiere a song that didn’t make the album’s final cut, a track featuring Nicki’s ex-boyfriend Nas.

As it turns out, the Queens connection is a record called “Sorry” which samples Tracy Champman’s “Baby Can I Hold You” (famously used by reggae artist Shelly Thunder on “Sorry”). Hear it below.

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Kanye West has been in the headlines over the past 48 hours, following his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday (Aug. 9). The 21-minute interview left many viewers confused, as West tackled issues like his support of President Donald Trump. Early Saturday morning (Aug. 11), legendary DJ/producer Clark Kent took to social media, revealing he’s currently in studio with Kanye West, who gave him the green light to premiere a new record.

Sitting in the studio with my man @kanyewest and he said.. “Clark, let that new “XTCY”joint go!!! So.. ENJOY: NEW KANYE WEST..,” tweeted the Brooklyn producer. Backed by the sounds of girls moaning and a chopped-up soulful sample, hear the song “XTCY” below.

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Tory Lanez recently brought back his “Fargo Fridays” series, leading up to the release of Love Me Now? and the all-latin album El Agua. After giving fans “Numbers Out the Gym” last week, the Toronto singer returns with a new song and accompanying music video. On “B.A.B.Y,” Lanez is all about that paper chase alongside Memphis rapper MoneyBagg Yo.

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The Game has been quietly working on his upcoming new album, West Side Story. The west coast MC decides to join on on the summer fun, with a perfect soundtrack for all the parties. Connecting with producer Bongo, the Compton spitter drops a new record called “Down to F**k.” Sampling Snoop Dogg‘s “Ain’t No Fun (If The Homies Can’t Have None),” the track features YG, Ty Dolla Sign, and Jeremih. Premiered by the L.A. Leakers on Power 106 LA, hear it below.

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UOENO” seems like a lifetime ago now for Childish Major. While Rocko’s 2013 hit put the young producer on the map, these days he’s more focused on showcasing his own talents behind the mic — and he isn’t lacking in that department. After dropping his debut solo project Woo$Ah (which featured contributions from J. Cole, SZA, Isaiah Rashad, DRAM and 6LACK) last December, Childish Major returns with this smooth yet speaker slappin’ single called “Know Nothing.”

If there’s one thing I do know, it’s that Childish Major can do it all.

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After linking up with Ty Dolla $ign (“Big Mad“) and Gunna (“Drip“), Reese, aka Reese LaFlare, comes through with another heavyweight collaboration. Boasting an electric opening verse and hook from Young Thug, “Nosebleeds” (no prize for guessing what the title alludes to) is the latest taste of Reese’s upcoming self-titled debut album, which also features Pusha T, Smokepurrp and Murda Beatz.

“This album has been some time in the making. I think it defines me as a whole and shows how diverse I am,” he recently told Billboard. “I went back to my roots with this one so if you have been a fan since day one you are really going to appreciate it and also see my growth as an artist.”

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It’s been five years since The O’My’s last put out a project — 2013’s A Humble Masterpiece — but the two-man Chicago blues band are looking ahead to their appropriately-titled new album, Tomorrow, due out September 7. With a gorgeous reminder of their musical talents, The O’My’s recruit fellow Windy City natives Saba and The Social Experiment’s Peter Cottontale for their new single, “Puddle.” The rainy record also features Nico Segal on trumpet, Boyang Matsapola on bass, and Erick Mateo on tenor and baritone saxophone. Quite the composition!

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