Keeping up with the constant stream of new music releases can be overwhelming, but we’ve got you covered with the best highlights from this week’s offerings. From rap to rock, here are the top tracks and releases that deserve your attention.
Doja Cat continues to explore her rap persona with “Paint The Town Red,” a track that samples Dionne Warwick. The song showcases Doja’s lyrical prowess as she addresses her fans and the dynamics of her evolving career.
Cordae shifts into an R&B space with “Make Up Your Mind,” a smooth track that adds another dimension to his impressive musical repertoire. The rapper has been making waves both musically and personally, with recent milestones in his personal life.
Halle of Chloe x Halle fame embarks on her solo career with “Angel,” a poignant ballad that delves into her experiences growing up in the public eye. The song showcases Halle‘s emotive vocals and marks an exciting new chapter in her musical journey.
Kali Uchis – “Muñekita“
Kali Uchis embraces her Spanish-language era with “Muñekita,” featuring collaborations with City Girls‘ JT and Dominican rapper El Alfa. The summer anthem captures Uchis’ versatility as she explores different musical styles.
Lil Yachty – “Slide“
Fresh off his psychedelic album, Lil Yachty returns to rap with “Slide,” infusing his signature style with psychedelic elements. The track reflects Lil Yachty’s ability to seamlessly blend genres and experiment with his sound.
Wilco unveils “Evicted,” a melancholic folk track that offers a glimpse into their upcoming album “Cousin.” The song’s reflective lyrics and emotive vocals showcase the band’s continued musical evolution.
Denzel Curry – “Ice Cold Zel Freestyle” Feat. IceColdBishop
Denzel Curry delivers the visceral “Ice Cold Zel Freestyle,” accompanied by IceColdBishop. The track’s intense lyricism paints a vivid picture of Curry’s experiences, both the rewards and challenges he’s faced.
Stormzy commemorates his 30th birthday with “Angel In The Marble,” a single accompanied by a video that captures the festivities. While details about a new album remain uncertain, Stormzy’s recent activities suggest more music may be on the horizon.
Meet Me @ The Altar pays homage to the original rock edge of “Take Me Away,” a favorite from Freaky Friday. The faithful rendition maintains the spirit of the original while offering a fresh perspective.
Tobe Nwigwe – “Lil Fish, Big Pond” Feat. Stephen Curry
Basketball superstar Stephen Curry takes on a new role as he lip-syncs Tobe Nwigwe‘s bars in the video for “Lil Fish, Big Pond.” The track is part of the Curry documentary “Underrated,” showcasing Curry’s versatility beyond the basketball court.
This week’s diverse selection of new music highlights the ever-evolving landscape of the music industry, with artists exploring different genres and pushing creative boundaries. Whether it’s rap, R&B, rock, or more, there’s something for every music enthusiast to enjoy.