This week’s edition of Creative-HipHop’s Best New Music includes new projects from Rick Ross, Babyface Ray and NLE Choppa. We also get new singles from the likes of Lupe Fiasco, while A$AP Rocky joins BAPE founder Nigo on his comeback single.
Because we can’t always get them all, these are some of the best new songs out this week. All in one place for your listening pleasure. Some care.
Album: Rick Ross “Richer Than I Ever Been” Deluxe
Rick Ross comes through with the deluxe edition of his disappointing 10th album ‘Richer Than I Ever Been.’ The updated version includes three additional songs with features from AZ (“Vacheron”) and Anderson .Paak (Not For Nothing).
The original was released in December and included guest appearances from Wiz Khalifa, Benny The Butcher, Yungeen Ace and more.
Album: Babyface Ray ‘Face’
Babyface Ray caters to the streets with his long-awaited project, Face. At 20 tracks, the project includes “Catch It“, “What The Business Is“, and “Sincerely Face“, among others. Big Sean and Hit-Boy assist on “It Ain’t My Fault” and Pusha T joins him for “Dancing With The Devil”. Other guests include G Herbo, 42 Dugg, Wiz Khalifa, Icewear Vezzo, Yung Lean and Landstrip Chip with production from 808 Mafia, DJ Esco, OG Parker, Romano, ATL Jacob and more.
NLE Choppa “Me Vs Me”
NLE Choppa has dropped off his latest project “Me Vs Me,” which features guest appearances from Young Thug, Moneybagg Yo, G Herbo and Polo G. The project is themed around the duality of the 19-year old, with more introspection and less emphasis on hostility.
Nigos Feat. A$AP Rocky “Arya”
A$AP Rocky makes his return on Nigo’s “Arya”, the first single off the fashion designer and producer’s I Know Nigo, his first new album in two decades. Anchored by subtle pianos and a bass-heavy soundtrack, Lord Pretty Flacko boasts his riches and swag on the braggadocious anthem.
Benny The Butcher Feat. J. Cole “Johnny P’s Caddy”
In anticipation of his Tana Talk 4 album, Benny The Butcher connects with J. Cole for their “Johnny P’s Caddy” collaboration.
Ella Mai “DFMU”
Ella Mai returns with “DFMU”, the latest single off her long-awaited forthcoming sophomore album. Serving as her first release in almost two years, the Mustard-produced track finds a vulnerable Ella lamenting on a toxic relationship.
XXXTentacion ”Vice City”
Quavo “Shooters Inside My Crib”
Quavo reflects on his come up and success in his new solo single “Shooters In My Crib.” The song follows last year’s strip club bounce “Strub The Ground” featuring Yung Miami.
Lupe Fiasco “100 Chicagos”
Lupe Fiasco continues to delight his fans with new music, and does so today in the form of “100 Chicagos”. Accompanied with a video of aerial shots of the Chi at night, Lupe crafts a subtle beat himself and showcase his articulate wordplay with references to Virgil Abloh and Nas.
Coi Leray ”Anxiety”
Coi Leray has trust issues and details her battles with anxiety on her latest single.