All the best new music out this week.
New music Friday is back for another go round today, June 18.
We get to hear new albums from Gucci Mane and H.E.R., As well as new singles from the likes of Wale, DaBaby, Vince Staples, Common and Logic.
Elsewhere Nigerian artist, Olamide delivers his new album “UY Scuti.”
Because we can’t always get them all. These are some of the Best New Music out this week. All in one place for your listening pleasure. Some care?
Album: Gucci Mane “Ice Daddy”
Gucci Mane shines bright on his new album “Ice Daddy.” Executive produced by his new born-son, Ice – who the album is also inspired by – Gucci Mane’s new album features guest appearances from his 1017 Records roster as well as Lil Baby, 2 Chainz, E-40, Young Dolph, Lil Uzi Vert and more.
In addition to dropping off the project, Gucci shared the music video for “Posse On Bouldercrest” featuring Pooh Shiesty and Sir Mix-A-Lot.
Album: H.E.R. “Back Of My Mind”
Grammy awards winning-singer,songwriter H.E.R. delivers her new album, Back Of My Mind. Serving as her third studio LP, the new project includes a whopping 21-tracks and features guest appearances from Chris Brown, YG, Ty Dolla $ign, Thundercat, Young Bleu, Cordae and Bryson Tiller.
Album: Olamide “UY Scuti”
Nigerian artist Olamide serves up his tenth studio album UY Scuti. The follow up to 2020’s Afrobeats-tinged Carpe Diem, includes 10 tracks with guest appearances by Jaywillz, Layydoe, Fave and frequent collaborator Phyno.
F9: The Fast Saga Soundtrack
Stream the soundtrack to the upcoming F9: movie starring Vin Diesel, Tyrese, Ludacris and Joh Cena.
The soundtrack includes musical contributions from A$AP Rocky, Juicy J, RZA, Jack Harlow, Skepta, Polo G, Sean Paul, Kevin Gates, the late Pop Smoke and more.
Wale Feat. Chris Brown “Angles”
Wale serenades the ladies on his new Chris Brown assisted single “Angles.” The OG Parker produced track samples Diddy’s 2002 classic “I Need a Girl” with Usher and Loon.
DaBaby “Ball If I Want To”
Baby can’t be told what to do. It’s not his birthday, but the rapper spirals out of control on his new d.a. got that dope produced track.
Vince Staples “Law Of Averages”
Vince Staples returns with his first solo record since 2019’s “Hell Bound (Ad 01).” On the record the Def Jam rapper demands what’s his and keeps the fake friends on notice.
Staples is currently prepping the release of his final projects under Def Jam; the self titled Vince Staples and Ramona Park Broke My Heart.
Common x Cordae “What’s Life”
Common and Cordae analyze the highs and lows of life on their new collaboration “What’s Life.” The track is lifted off ESPN’s The Undefeated’s upcoming Liberated/Music From The Movement Vol. 3.
More proof that you don’t really retire from rap. Logic ends his hiatus with a new track that touches on everything including his fake retirement. Welcome back Bobby.
Steph “On Demand”
Steph’s versatility remains unmatched. In celebration of her born day the talented Kenyan gifts us a new sultry single titled “On Demand.
On the dancehall infused track, Steph turns on the seduction and boasts about the qualities of her goodies.
Isaiah Rashad “Headshots(4r Da Locals)”
Isaiah Rashad follows up his Duke Deuce assisted track “Lay Wit Ya” with this new one titled Headahots (4r Da Locals). The track is the second single off the TDE rapper’s forthcoming second album The House Is Burning.
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Raekwon, Sheek Louch, Ghostface Killah, & Tragedy Khadafi “Extravagant”
DJ Kay Slay finesses the mob in the cinematic visuals for “Extravagant” featuring heavy hitters Raekwon, Sheek Louch, Ghostface Killah, & Tragedy Khadafi.