The last Best New Music Friday for the month of July is loaded with new album and EP releases from the likes of Isaiah Rashad, Logic, Prince, Tink, Sarkodie, and Dave East. We also get new singles and videos from Silk Sonic, Tyga, Morray and South African rapper Kwesta.
Because we can’t always always get them all. These are some of the best new music/albums and videos out now. All in one Place for your listening pleasure. We do care!
Isaiah Rashad “The House Is Burning” Album
Isaiah Rashad is bringing the heat with his sophomore album, “The House Is Burning.”
The new project contains 16-tracks with guest appearances from Lil Uzi Vert, Duke Deuce, Kal Banx, Jay Rock, SZA and more.
Sarkodie “No Pressure” Album
Ghanaian rap legend Sarkodie finally comes through with his sixth studio album, No Pressure. Led by the singles No Fugazy and Vibration featuring Vic Mensa. The 15-track effort also includes collaborations with Wale, Cassper Nyovest, Giggs, Oxlade, Kwesi Arthur and more.
Logic “Bobby Tarantino III” Album
Logic delivers the third installment of his ‘Bobby Tarantino’ album series. Serving as his second post-retirement project, the 12-track effort includes songs like “Vaccine,” “Call Me,” “My Way” and “Get Up.”
Tink “Heat Of The Moment” Album
Tink serves up raunchy bars on her new album ‘Heat Of The Moment.’ The follow-up to last year’s A Gift & A Curse EP features guest appearances from Yung Bleu, Davido, Kodak Black and Jeremih.
Skepta “All In” EP
UK rapper Skepta goes hard on his latest EP, All In. The project contains five tracks including “Nirvana” featuring J Balvin, as well as “Bellator”, “Lit Like This”, “Eyes On Me”, and “Peace Of Mind” featuring KiD CuDi and TeeZee.
“All In” is Skepta’s first project since his solo LP Ignorance Is Bliss in 2019.
Prince “Welcome 2 America” Album
Prince’s memory lives on his latest posthumous album Welcome 2 America. Recorded back in 2010, the new conceptual project features 12 tracks including “Running Game (Son Of A Slave Master)”, “1,000 Light Years From Here”, “Hot Summer”, and “Same Page Different Book.”
“Welcome 2 America” is a follow-up to 2019’s Originals.
Dave East x Harry Fraud “Hoffa” Album
Dave East and Harry Fraud combine talents for “Hoffa.” The 14-track project boasts collaborations with Benny The Butcher, Curren$y, French Montana, Jim Jones and more.
Kash Doll Feat. Juicy J “Like A Pro”
Kash Doll gets nasty and makes that thang clap “Like A Pro” in her new naughtiness single featuring Juicy J.
DJ Premier x Wale “Why Would I Stop”
Wale and DJ Premier combine forces on this new single titled “Why Would I Stop.” It’s good to see Wale in good spirits again following his health scare earlier. The collaboration is lifted from the soundtrack to Mark Ronson’s new 6-part docu-series, Watch the Sound, out today on Apple TV+.
Morray Feat. Polo G “Trenches” Remix
Morray returns to the trenches and he brings Polo G along with him for his second go round. In the accompanying video, The two drive tgrough the hood and reflect on their upbringing. The original can be found on Morray’s Street Sermons mixtape released in April.
Tyga “Mrs Bubblegum”
Move over mrs new booty, there’s a new mrs in town and she’s clapping. Tyga is infatuated by the booty and is ready to risk it all in this new twerk anthem. I now pronounce you, Tyga and Ass.
Silk Sonic “Skate”
Slik Sonic, comprising of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak deliver a retro music video for their new single. The single follows their chart-topping hit single “Leave The Door Open” and are both off their much-anticipating album, An Evening with Silk Sonic.
Kwesta Feat. K.O, Focalistic & Bassie “Kubo”
Kwesta released his album “g.o.d. Guluva” earlier this year and was well received by the South African public. The “Ngud” rapper continues to push the album and has shared a new video for “Kubo” featuring K.O, Focalistic and Bassie.