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Parliament are back with their first new release in almost four decades. On “I’m Gon Make U Sick O’Me,” George Clinton and co. call on Geto Boys legend Scarface to mark their comeback in truly funky fashion. It’s the first single from Parliament’s upcoming album Medicaid Fraud Dog.

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Black Milk has announced his new album FEVER, dropping on February 23 via Mass Appeal Records and his own Computer Ugly imprint. The follow-up to 2014’s If There’s a Hell Below, the album is “a keen gauge of society’s temperature in today’s turbulent sociopolitical climate,” an approach that anchors the project’s first single, “Laugh Now Cry Later.” Over dark production, the Detroit native touches on numerous topics from cultural appropriation and police brutality to the fickle nature of social media and “lames” who weigh in on feminist issues.

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Creek Boyz
 

Following visuals for “With My Team,” Baltimore’s Creek Boyz’ return with a couplet of singles. Titled “Trap Digits” and “Loco,” the songs’ release is paired with the reveal of them joining Fetty Wap on the road for his ‘For My Fans Tour’ kicking off in Silver Springs, MD.

Stream the new tracks below and expect the crooning collective’s 1-11 project to drop in March.

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Mula Remix
 

Freebandz recording artist Zoey Dollaz enlists Lil Wayne for his official remix to “Mula.” Produced by Ricky Remedy, the auto-tune infused collaboration finds the pair floating on the track effortlessly.

Stream the song after the break and expect more music from the Miami native dropping soon.

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Rejjie Snow is finally preparing his debut album Dear Annie for release on February 16 via 300/Honeymoon Records. After teasing fans worldwide with hints about the LP, the Dublin rapper drops the first single/video from the project, “Egyptian Luvr,” with Aminé, L.A. singer Dana Williams and Kaytranada.

“The song is about your last moments. Tomorrow isn’t promised and we learn this the hard way. In this song, I was in my last moments [of a relationship], telling my girl how much I love her, and thank you for this journey we rode. My album has lots of different feelings: I wanted it to feel like you’re slowing dying and losing your mind throughout,” wrote Rejjie via email to The Fader.

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After announcing and teasing music lovers over the past few weeks, hitmaking producer Cashmere Cat drops his new single “Miss You.” A record in collaboration with Major Lazer, the track is lead by Toronto singer Tory Lanez. Cashmere and Tory have worked a handful of times, on songs like “Throw Myself a Party” and “Trust Nobody.” Co-written by Benny Blanco and Ed Sheeran, the song will be supported by an upcoming music video the trio have teased on social media.

Premiered by Zane Lowe on Beats 1 radio on Tuesday (Jan. 16), stream “Miss You” below and purchase it here.

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Bankroll Fresh’s home team released a new record “Run to the Money,” and it comes at a great time. Just as 2018 really kicks into overdrive, we get a new ode to hustlin’ — legally and illegally. Let’s get these Bitcoin(s), yall.

The late ATL rapper’s posthumous In Bank We Trust album is on the way.

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As he gears up to hit the road with Denzel Curry and IDK on his Mad Man Tour, A$AP Ferg opens his account in 2018 with this new song, “Family.” Released in conjunction with Hennessy, the gently thumping track gets us even more acquainted with Ferg’s family tree. The song’s artwork, a reinterpretation of his Still Striving mixtape cover, was painted by Ferg himself.

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rich brian 18

Hip-hop is not only the most popular genre in the U.S., it’s a culture that has conquered the world — and few songs capture hip-hop’s global takeover quite like this. From America to Asia, “18” brings together Indonesian sensation Rich Brian (formerly Rich Chigga), Ohio youngster Trippie Redd, Chinese artist/actor Kris Wu (who’s worked with Travi$ Scott and Pharrell), Japanese-Australian YouTube star-turned-surprisingly good R&B singer Joji and Philly producer/DJ Baauer, best known for his 2012 hit “Harlem Shake.”

This is the first time these artists have worked together, but funnily enough, Joji is actually responsible for making Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” go viral. It’s a small world indeed.

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Trap Jumpin
 

Fresh out of his deal with Warner Records, Lil Pump joins Juicy J for the DILIP-produced cut “Trap Jumpin.” Taken from the Three 6 Mafia frontman’s recently released ShutDaFukUp mixtape and finds the pair effortlessly trading some signature bars.

Stream the noteworthy standout after the jump and look out for an accompanying visual dropping soon.

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