New Albums From H.E.R., Gucci Mane, Dro Kenji, Metro Marrs + More

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New Albums From H.E.R., Gucci Mane, Dro Kenji, Metro Marrs + More

New Music Friday - New Albums From H.E.R., Gucci Mane, Dro Kenji, Metro Marrs + More

The Migos may have just released an album, but nothing can stop this wave as they issue the deluxe edition of Culture III. Takeoff, Quavo and Offset have all found themselves in various degrees of scandals in the past few years, but it seems the Atlanta trio has put their heads down and focused on the music. Culture III (Deluxe) adds five brand new tracks to the tail end of the original nineteen. From the bouncy and mysterious How We Coming, produced by the illustrious Murda Beatz to the controlled chaos of Menace, the Migos are swinging for the fences. Whether they end up out-battling Polo Gs Hall of Fame for this Mondays top slot on the Billboard 200 remains in question. But one thing is clear: the Migos are back and as hungry as ever. F9 Soundtrack Various Artists From the latest installment of the Fast and Furious franchise comes the soundtrack to F9: The Fast Saga, a high-fuel album full of top tier features. The fourteen-track compilation arrives on the heels of Fast Lane, the lead single featuring Don Toliver, Lil Durk and Latto. The full project is just as stacked, with Pop Smoke, Polo G, King Von, Trippie Redd and more all contributing verses. Start to finish, the F9 Soundtrack is packed with chart-ready hits from an array of different voices. Hit play on Speed It Up from NLE Choppa and Rico Nasty or Hit Em Hard from Offset, Trippie Redd, Lil Durk, King Von and Kevin Gates for instant highlights. Fuck Your Feelings Dro Kenji Dro Kenji is a product of the world in which he was raised. His music, reminiscent of a post SoundCloud era, is flush with references to XXXTENTACION and Trippie Redd, but is dripping with originality. Backed by Internet Money and Nick Mira, Fuck Your Feelings is packed full of digitally lush instrumentals and Kenjis versatile, bouncing vocals. On Fuck Your Feelings the young Kenji flexes the duality of his craft, issuing cold, clever bars alongside passionate melodies. Theres plenty to praise within the albums fourteen tracks, but clear highlights include the aptly titled Trance and the high-energy intro, Im Rich Now Bitch!. Ice Daddy Gucci Mane Gucci Mane has been one of raps most prolific creators throughout his entire career. Hes flooded the streets with music and in turn has built his empire. Big Guwop is back again with his latest album, Ice Daddy. The Atlanta kingpin is swinging for the fences on Ice Daddy, landing a mind-boggling array of features including the stars of the new generation, Pooh Shiesty, Lil Baby and Lil Uzi Vert, not to mention the legendary Project Pat and E-40. Over the past year or so, Gucci has found himself as a capable A&R, signing, among others, Pooh Shiesty and HipHopDX Rising Star Foogianoto his 1017 label. Now, hes reminding the world of his true talent: flexing a luxurious lifestyle through hard trap songs. Popular Loner Metro Marrs Metro Marrs, one of the more recent signees to Atlantas Quality Control record label, found himself in the media last May as news broke that he was arrestedafter throwing over ten thousand dollars in cash at his High School graduation. The young MC has since partnered with Cash App for a rainy day scholarship program, and now hes released his debut mixtape, Popular Loner. Over ten tracks, Marrs showcases his unique sound, a blend of Atlanta trap and emotive crooning. Getting arrested at his graduation was likely not on Marrs 2021 checklist, but the kid shows hustle: hes already announced his plans to throw $20kat his brothers graduation next year. Luckily, it seems the youngest QC members bankroll keeps growing. HRSMN The Last Ride One of Hip Hops greatest supergroups is back after a two decade hiatus. Composed of the legendary Rass Kass, Kurupt, Canibus and Killah Priest, HRSMN was far ahead of their time when what was to be the quads debut album was leaked and serially bootlegged. After stepping away from the group, the iconic collection of MCs is now back with The Last Ride. The Last Ride is a departure from the popular trends of Hip Hops current landscaping, instead relying on the staples of the genre: incredible beats and bulletproof bars. With features from Planet Asia, Chino XL and more, The Last Ride holds plenty of nostalgia without sacrificing the quality expected from such generational rappers. HARAM! GoldLink

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