An anniversary album, a sequel project and some new videos are part of this edition’s New Music Friday. Check out the latest to drop in the culture.
Jack Harlow, Jackman — The project, just announced Wednesday, is 24 minutes long, with 10 songs and no features. It follows his album Come Home the Kids Miss You.
Mýa, Mya — The singer’s released a remastered version of her self-titled debut in honor of its 25th anniversary. It includes six songs previously unavailable on DSPs.
G Herbo, Strictly 4 My Fans 2 — “This is a project for the fans. For the people that supported me from day one,” the rapper said of the mixtape, which is a sequel to his 2016 project.
Tee Grizzley & Skilla Baby, Controversy — The rappers team up on the album, which features the single “Dropped the Lo,” produced by Helluva Beats and Enrgy Beats.
Coi Leray, “My Body“ — The new single from the singer, who has dealt with body shaming throughout her career, comes fresh after the release of “Bops.”
Digga D ft. Latto, “Energy (Remix)” — Digga tapped Latto for the remix of the track, which originally dropped in March.
Jozzy, “Commotion” — The song from Songs for Women, Free Game for N***** now has a video, which features Jozzy and a significant other as they address their problems with a therapist.
Miguel, “Give It to Me” — The song finds Miguel expressing his sexual desire to a lover, as he sings, “I like what you got, would you give it to me?”
Lola Brooke, “Just Relax” — The rapper bridges generations with the new song, which samples Black Sheep‘s 1991 song “The Choice Is Yours.” Dres of Black Sheep makes an appearance in the music video.
Dave East, Book of David (Deluxe)
Rowdy Rebel & Fetty Luciano, Splash Brothers
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