All the best new music out this week on creative.
Best New Music for this week features new projects from 42 Dugg, Young M.A., and YG and Mozzy.
Also T.I. returns with a new single that addresses his recent drug and rape allegations.
We also get new songs from Lil Baby and Kirk Franklin, Ransom, Brandy, Lil Nas X, Birdman, Sean Kingston, A Boggie Wit Da Hoodie and more. 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. We care?
Album: 42 Dugg “Free Dem BoyZ”
42 Dugg advocates for the release of his homies with his new project. Featuring appearances from Roddy Ricch, Future, Lil Durk, Rowdy Rebel and more.
Album: Young M.A. “Off The Yak”
Young M.A. is trippin off the yak on her latest album. The Brooklyn rapper’s new project features Fivio Foreign, Rubi Rose and more.
Album: YG & Mozzy “Kommunity Service”
YG and Mozzy contribute their quota to the streets with their latest joint effort.
The 10-track album described as “strictly for the streets” includes guests appearances by Ty Dolla $ign, G Herbo, Young M.A, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Tyga, Blxst, D3, E Mozzy, and more.
Brandy “Starting Now”
Brandy is back with a new uplifting track about courage titled “Starting Now.” The song is off the Disney Princess Remixed — An Ultimate Princess Celebration, a music special premiering this August on the Disney Channel and Disney+.
Latto “The Biggest”
Latto goes of on her haters, and talks to the naysayers in her new single “The Biggest.” The song serves as the first drop under her new name.
Sean Kingston Feat. G Herbo “Darkest Times”
Sean Kingston taps G Herbo for his new comeback track “Darkest Times.” The Jamaican artist chronicles his struggles in his new single, while G Herbo delivers a triumphant verse.
Video: Lil Nas X “The Sun Goes Down”
Lil Nas X battles with selfhate in his new single. In the accompanying video the 22-year old rapper/singer goes back in time to save a version of himself, who is struggling with depression.
“Sun Goes Down” is the latest single off his upcoming album “Montero.”
Video: Polo G Feat. Lil Wayne “Gang Gang”
Polo G and Lil Wayne rep their hood in this new video single. The track is off Polo’s forthcoming album “Hall Of Fame.”
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Feat. Lil Durk “24 Hours”
A Boogie recruits Durkio for his new melodic track “24 Hours.” Just last week A Boggie dropped 9 Bridge with Rowdy Rebel.
Birdman Feat. Lil Wayne And Roddy Ricch “Stunnaman”
YMCMBack. Birdman and Lil Wayne reunite to flex on their haters on “Stunnaman,” which also features Roddy Ricch. The track is off the upcoming soundtrack to the motion picture, She Ball releasing via Cash Money Films.
City Girls “Twerkulator”
The twerk era isn’t going away anytime soon. City Girls amp it up with their first single since last year’s album, City On Lock. “Twerkulator” failed to make their 2020 album due to sample issues.
Lil Baby x Kirk Franklin “We Win”
Baby just keep winning. The Atlanta rapper connects with gospel singer, Kirk Franklin for a new track that celebrates his winnings. Produced by Just Blaze, the track is lifted from the Space Jam: A New Legacy soundtrack.
Ransom Feat. Lloyd Banks “Gluttony”
Ransom and Lloyd Banks are feasting. Both rappers team up to eat up their opposition. Stay hungry.
T.I. “What’s It Come To”
T.I. is currently under investigation by the LAPD for allegedly drugging and raping women. The rapper seemingly breaks his silence on the subject with his new single “What It’s Come To.”
He also addresses the snitching allegations during his 2007 weapons case.