New Music


Being how substantial Instagram and social media has become in almost everyone’s day-to-day, it’s fairly common for an artist to blow up off the strength of a viral meme. The latest to experience this new come-up is Jackson, MS native and self-described hip-hop trumpeter Dear Silas, whose record “Skrr Skrr” has amassed much attention over the past few weeks after being heard in a recent Dexter’s Laboratory meme.

“Skrr Skrr” appeared on Silas’ latest album The Last Cherry Blossom, which released in October.

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Odd Future may be a thing of the past, but Domo Genesis has stayed low and kept firing. After teaming up with Evidence for the Aren’t U Glad You’re U? mixtape back in January, the West Coast MC closes out the year strong by dropping this new EP, Facade Records. The six-track project finds Domo joining forces with production duo Mike & Keys (who produced the bulk of Nipsey Hussle and Buddy’s albums this year) while sharing the mic with Buddy, IDK, Cozz and King Chip.

“It was a thing [Mike & Keys] always used to say and I thought it was funny,” Domo says of the EP’s title. “They pointed out the fact that reality is a facade now. Everybody’s all glitched in the matrix, so reality looks like everyone’s faking it now.”

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After teasing fans over the past few months, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is ready to deliver Hoodie Szn. Due December 21, the project with serve as the Highbridge star’s sophomore LP and follow-up to his debut album The Bigger Artist. Before the full album arrives in exactly two weeks, A Boogie drops off “Look Back At It.” On the auto-tune laced track, the Bronx can’t seem to get over a memorable girl and her talents. Hear the catchy record below and pre-order now on iTunes where “Look Back At It” and the NAV-featured “Pull Up” are available for free download.

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Kodak Black’s new album Dying to Live drops next Friday (Dec. 14) via Atlantic Records. Earlier this week, the Sniper Gang rapper dropped a music video for “Calling My Spirit.” Kodak is now back a few days later, giving fans a new record to enjoy heading into the weekend. Staying in the same vein as last week’s offering, the Florida spitter gives his “Testimony” where he reflects on the struggles and obstacles he has battled. Hear Kodak give his story below and get the song on iTunes.

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Nicki Minaj has been popping up on a handful of records towards the end of the year. Songs by Jason Derulo, Little Mix, Mike WiLL Made-It, Tyga, and ZAYN, the Young Money Queen has appeared on. The Queen Barbz shows no signs of slowing up, hopping on Stylo G’s “Touch Down” remix. The original song from the British reggae rapper gets updated with Nicki and Vybz Kartel joining the mix.

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Tate Kobang’s 28 EP and Tate Ko full-length project have dropped in a year’s time. The Baltimore is back with a record for the streets, linking up with producer 28 on “PAYOLA.” For the track, Tate travels four hours down the I-95 grabbing Virginia’s own Pusha T who blesses the song with a sharp guest verse. Hear “PAYOLA” below.

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Following the release of his debut EP, Waiting to Exhale, Atlanta crooner Paper Lovee quickly follows up with a new single titled “25 Rounds” featuring Detroit newcomer Sada Baby, with production handled by Helluva.

Since his release of the EP, which features the likes of Lil Baby, Yung Bans and YNW Melly, and his signing to 300 Ent., Paper Lovee is quickly becoming one of the hottest new acts in the game.

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Ice Cube keeps it funky on his aptly titled new single “That New Funkadelic.” After all, it’s no secret that Cube likes him a little George Clinton.

“That New Funkadelic” follows up the more politically-minded “Arrest the President” as the second single off Cube’s long-awaited Everythang’s Corrupt LP, out this Friday (December 7).

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Ghostface Killah has already given us a Lost Tapes project, a Ghost Files remix album and a Brown Tape reissue this year, and heading into 2019, he isn’t slowing down. Today Tony Starks has announced he’s dropping a joint project with Czarface, the hip-hop supergroup founded in 2013 by fellow Wu-Tang rapper Inspectah Deck and veteran Boston duo 7L & Esoteric.

The comic book-inspired collaboration is appropriately called Czarface Meets Ghostface and is set to arrive on February 15 via Get On Down. Listen to the lead single, “Iron Claw,” below.

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Rich the Kid’s The World Is Yours debut album released earlier this year, lead by the hit songs “Plug Walk” and “New Freezer.” The Atlanta rapper is riding that success, set to start 2019 off with The World Is Yours 2 dropping on January 18. RTK gets fans prepared for the project, by giving them a new single called “Splashin.” Covered in drip from head-to-toe, the baller anthem has been teased by Rich the Kid on social media in recent weeks before officially putting it out today.

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