New Music


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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Method Man may not be as prolific in music as he once was, but I’ll always be checking for new Johnny Blaze (sidebar: he and Black Thought killed it as pimps in The Deuce). If you also belong in that minority, good news because Mef has announced a new album called Meth Lab II: The Lithium, the sequel to his 2015 solo album Staten Island compilation.

On the project’s first single, Meth links up with fellow ’90s New York giant Dame Grease (The LOX “If You Think I’m Jiggy,” DMX “Get At Me Dog”). “Grand Prix” is anything but a throwback, though; in fact, this sounds like it’s racing back to the future.

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With a slippery flow that straddles the line between rapping and singing and an ear for bright, bubbly trap beats, it’s impossible to listen to Tobi Lou without cracking a smile. The Chicago native (who currently resides in L.A.) has dropped two infectious EPs this year so far — tobi lou and The Moon and tobi lou and The Loop — and today he completes the trilogy with tobi lou and the Juice.

Featuring collaborations with Chicago legend DJ Pharris, Danish singer/producer Galimatias and R&B’s answer to Napoleon Dynamite, Zack Villere, the seven-song project finds Tobi letting loose and warming us up for his forthcoming debut album, Cult Classic. Stream tobi lou and the Juice below.

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During the Migos rise to pop stardom over the past five years, group member Quavo has simultaneously become an in-demand hitmaker. The lead member of the Atlanta crew now steps out, officially, with his first three solo records. Before heading out on tour with Drake this summer, Quavo Huncho drops “Workin Me,” “Bubble Gum” and “Lamb Talk.” Is there a solo Quavo album on the way? Stay tuned for more details and stream all three songs below.

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Quality Control Music duo City Girls gained huge mainstream attention with their contribution to Drake’s No. 1 smash-hit “In My Feelings.” The Miami tandem of recently dropped the vibrant music video for their single, “Period (We Live).” A few days later, City Girls are now back with their own remix of Drizzy’s chart-topping record. With their own 305 flavor, hear City Cirls’ remix below.

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It’s been more than two years since Skepta dropped his Mercury Prize-winning album Konnichiwa, but it looks like a follow-up isn’t too far away. Over the last few months, the Boy Better Know boss has been greasing his gears with collaborations with A$AP Rocky, Playboi Carti and Wizkid, not to mention a little brand called Nike.

Today, Skeppy’s back with a new one called “Stay With It” featuring rising London rappers Suspect and Shailan. The song’s accompanying video not only takes it back to the days of Risky Roadz — Grime’s answer to Smack DVD — but showcases Skepta’s upcoming Nike SkAir collection, too. “Stay With It” is out now on your favorite streaming service.

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Don Q and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie have been steadily cranking up the temperature in the Tri-State over the last couple years, but on their new single, the Rotten Apple rookies connect with a New York giant. With Murda Beatz on the beat, “Yeah Yeah” finds the Highbridge duo teaming up with 50 Cent for a smooth La Marina summer anthem. An Eif Rivera-directed music video is on the way.

UPDATE (8/10): Official music video added.

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Gucci Mane’s new album Evil Genius is coming later this year. The campaign for Guwop’s first project of 2018 started earlier this year with “Solitaire” with Migos and Lil’ Yachty. The 1017 CEO returns with its follow-up single, linking up with Lil’ Pump on “Kept Back.” A music video for the record was filmed earlier this year summer, as both artists teased the upcoming visual on social media where the two stars were spotted racing in speedboats and jet skis.

Premiered on Beats 1 radio by Zane Lowe, stream “Kept Back” below.

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