HipHopDX returns with another edition of New Music Friday albums coverage featuring new releases from the Migos, Polo G, Kodak Black, Larry June + more.
New Music Friday - New Albums From Migos, Polo G, Kodak Black, Larry June + More Published on:Jun 10, 2021, 9:36 PM by 0 With the number of releases on the bill for this weeks edition of New Music Friday albums coverage, so were skipping the pleasantries this go around and getting straight to the music. First and foremost, the hype surrounding the return of trap music supergroup the Migosvia the follow-up to their 2018 Culture IIalbum has already set the tone, followed by highly-anticipated releases from Chicago Rapstar Polo G,Soss House rapper-producer Pierre Bourneand Additional highlights include new material from Larry June, Guapdad 4000 and Maroon 5, among others. Check out the full list of releases from the week ending Friday (June 10), below. Migos Culture III Quality Controls triumphant trap trio, the Migos, has the opportunity to validate their blatant claims of making the Southern-bred rap subgenre go pop, on their latest magnum opus album Culture III. The gang has actually already ignited the internet inferno of interest in anticipation of the album with publicity pseudo-events including Quavo and Kendrick Big Perk Perkins social media beefthat spilled over to ESPNs First Take,and their pre-album single premiere on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon for the C3 track Avalanche. Nevertheless, the Migos have a major uphill battle to fight in order to measure up to their 2018 24-track C2 iteration of the series, which debuted atop the Billboard 200 Albums Chart matching the chart birth of the inaugural Culture release the year before. However, with 19-tracks and features from Drake, Cardi B, Future, YoungBoy Never Broke Again and more, it appears the Migos have given themselves more than a swinging shot at redemption with their Culture III album. Polo G Hall Of Fame As if Polo G didnt already have fans eating out of the palm of his hands after sharing his well-received Rapstar single, his jaw-dropping freestyle name-dropping DMX,N.W.A and Eazy-E on Power 106s L.A. Leakers radio show. And upon the arrival of his loaded Hall Of Fame tracklist, home to guest verses from Lil Wayne, Young Thug, Lil Durk, Rod Wave, and others, the Windy City drill lyricist has forced listeners hands to pay attention close attention to his The GOATfollow-up project. Kodak Black Happy Birthday Kodak