Close Drake confidante, Baka Not Nice, released his 4 Milli debut project last year lead by the popular underground anthem “Live Up to My Name.” The OVO Sound artist is currently on tour with Drizzy, serving as supporting act on the ‘Assassination Vacation’ European tour. While enjoying the road overseas, Baka drops off a new three-song EP called no long talk.. Along with a solo cut called “30,” the EP features appearances by Giggs (“My Town”) and Juicy J (“Caddy’s).

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Following the success of his gold-selling The World Is Yours debut album last year, Rich the Kid returns with its sequel. The World Is Yours 2 is lead by the singles “Splashin,” “4 Phones” and “Tic Toc.” The 16-track LP is loaded with guest appearances by Miguel, Ty Dolla $ign, Big Sean, Young Thug, Lil’ Pump, Offset, Takeoff, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Gunna, NAV, NBA YoungBoy, Jay Critch and more.

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NAV came out of a short ‘retirement’ last week, as his XO label dropped the EP Brown Boy. As promised soon after that project was released, the Toronto native returns with his new full-length LP, Bad Habits. Executive produced by The Weeknd, the 17-song album features appearances The Weeknd, Young Thug, Meek Mill, Lil’ Durk and Gunna.

Leading up to its release, some controversy popped up as NAV revealed a collaboration with Lil’ Uzi Vert was left off. The reason? According to the XO star, DJ Drama and Don Cannon refused to clear Uzi’s verse. Earlier this year the rapper announced he’s “done with music,” with rumors circulating that the Philadelphia star is frustrated with his label, Generation Next, run by Drama and Cannon. In a statement on Thursday (Mar. 21), DJ Drama says “We’ve cleared 4 NAV records. And it’s not about the money because we turned down $100K.”

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PnB Rock is getting set to drop his new album, TrapStar Turnt PopStar, later this year. In an interview with Zane Lowe on Beats 1 radio, PnB revealed the project will feature appearances by the late XXXTentacion, Quavo of Migos, and Tee Grizzley. The Philadelphia rapper also gave Lowe the green light to premiere his new single, “I Like Girls.” On the track, PnB links up with “Fuck U Think U Goin” collaborator Lil’ Skies. The track comes with an accompanying visual directed by Majik Films, where PnB and Skies take to the desert and enjoy the company of pretty women inside a mansion.

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Jacquees released his 4275 debut album last year. The Cash Money R&B star is now shifting focus on his sophomore LP. As the Atlanta native continues to work on that project, the self-proclaimed new ‘King of R&B’ drops off a new record for his fans. On “Your Peace,” Jacquees keeps it in the city as he’s joined by fellow ATLien Lil’ Baby on the track.

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Future’s “March Madness” is one of the best rap songs of the decade, and that’s due in no small part to Tarentino’s epic, intergalactic production. In the latest episode of GeniusDeconstructed series, the 808 Mafia producer walks us through his creative process behind the beat, talks about the track’s meteor-sized impact (aside from being a Platinum-certified pre-game anthem, it’s one of Kanye’s, J. Cole’s and LeBron’s favorite songs), and explains how the collaboration was written in the stars.

“For me to not have been making beats that long, and for Future to hit me up wanting to work, I felt like it was a sign from God,” he says. “I was looking for a sign from God ’cause I was like, ‘You know what? I made a mistake in dropping out of school.’ So after Future hit me up asking for more beats, I just knew that this profession was for me.”

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Logic kicked off the week by announcing his new album, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. Set to drop soon, the project is Logic’s first of the year and follow-up to last September’s YSIV LP. The Maryland MC closes the week out by dropping off the title track from his new album. Hear the various thoughts that run through Logic’s busy mind below.

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Say hello to hip-hop’s latest supergroup: Splash Brothers. A starting five of exciting two-way talents (as in, they can all rap and sing), the team includes Allan Kingdom, Topaz Jones, KAMAU, Haile Supreme and SIIMBA SELASSIIE. Like the real-life Splash Brothers, they hit nothing but net with their debut single, “Patiently,” which weaves together their individual styles over gorgeous, bass-heavy production.

Let’s hope Splash Brothers, unlike most hip-hop supergroups, can stay shooting 90% from the field.

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VA’s own Young Money Yawn has been gearing up for the release of his much-anticipated project Street Gospel 4 and the campaign has officially started. To start off in a strong manner, the proven lyricist delivers the LP’s lead single titled “You Heard Now” featuring one of the hottes acts in the game, DaBaby, with production handled by Fingaz.

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ScHoolboy Q was the musical guest on last night’s episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where he treated the audience to a double dose of new music. First, Groovy Q performed his brand new single “Numb Numb Juice” while the song’s amazing/hilarious video played in the background.

Then, he debuted an unreleased song called “Chopstix,” which features Travis Scott on the hook. A demo version with Kendrick Lamar leaked online last year. (Also, anyone else think it kinda sounds like 21 Savage’s “Monster“?)

Q said his new album is coming “very, very, very, very, very, very soon.”

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