New Singles From Migos, Internet Money, Pi'erre Bourne, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie + More

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New Singles From Migos, Internet Money, Pi'erre Bourne, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie + More

New Music Friday - New Singles From Migos, Internet Money, Pi'erre Bourne, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie + More

New Music Friday - New Singles From Migos, Internet Money, Pi'erre Bourne, Nicki Minaj + More Published on:May 14, 2021, 12:01 AM by 0 We cant think of anything better than a star-studded New Music Friday arriving in wake of the CDCs new announcement that fully vaccinated Americans can now go maskless in most indoor and outdoor settings. To celebrate the beginning of the return to normalcy, weve put together an especially loaded roundup of all the best singles that dropped on the week ending in Friday (May 14th.) To kick things off, the brilliant producers behind Internet Money linked with Lil Uzi Vert, Don Toliver and Gunna for the summer-ready His & Hers. Migos also released Straightenin, the Atlanta trios first song of 2021. Earlier this week Pierre Bourne dropped Groceries, while Queens-based rapper Akinyemi unleashed the smooth tones of GLACIERS which arrived with a corresponding music video The music doesnt stop there, so keep reading for complete coverage of the best singles from this weeks New Music Friday. Migos Straightenin Over the past few months, the Migos have found their way into the news for reasons other than rap. Quavo, Offset and Takeoff have all undergone accusations and various scandalous affairs, but now the trio is attempting to take hold of their narrative, releasing their first song of the year, Straightenin. With a typical Migos bounce, Straightenin in many ways is a return to the groups roots of nonstop, energetic triplets. Fans who have been listening to the leaked snippets of the track which have been floating around since early April must certainly be thrilled to hear the song in full. Nicki Minaj f. Drake & Lil Wayne Seeing Green The Barbz are a different breed of fan: thats not new. But their reaction to hearing news of new music from Nicki Minaj was ecstatic, even for raps most notorious fan group. Seeing Green, the most recent single from the legendary Trinidadian rapper, is a necessary release from Minaj, whom, apart from a small handful of singles, hasnt released music in years. With nostalgic features from Drake and Lil Wayne, Seeing Green is bringing us back to the early days of Young Money. Seeing Green arrived alongside Minaj bringing Beam Me Up Scotty, her 2009 mixtape to streaming services for the first time. Internet Money f. Don Toliver, Lil Uzi Vert & Gunna His & Hers Nick Mira and Taz Taylor, the co-founders of production team Internet Money know how to make a hit. Theyve proven it countless times through tracks such as Lemonade, JETSKI and Blastoff, and know theyre back again for His & Hers. Featuring Lil Uzi Vert, Don Toliver and Gunna, His & Hers is a warm and airy anthem primed for the summer. Gunna and Uzi are fantastic, but its the welcoming crooning of Don Toliver that sets His & Hers apart. Lil Gnar f. Ski Mask The Slump God & Chief Keef NEW BUGATTI When Lil Gnar, Ski Mask The Slump God and Chief Keef are all featured on the same track, you can expect an anthem full of energy and rage. Lil Gnar, the skateboarder-turned-designer-turned-rapper has been on a war path of late, first with Not The Same featuring Lil Skies, then with the Yak Gotti and Foogianoassisted Facts and now with New Bugatti. Were suspecting an album is coming from the Atlanta rapper to follow-up his 2019 project FIRE HAZARD. Smoke DZA, Westside Gunn & Curren$y Big Steppa 2KBABY Great White Akinyemi GLACIERS As the sounds of Drill continue to flourish in New York, listening to GLACIERS, the latest single from Queens, New York rapper Akinyemi hits like a dip in ice-cold water. Introspective lyrics tumble from Akinyemis mouth as the 26-year-old rapper reflects on the places hes lived, the sites hes seen and how theyve impacted his view of the world. REBORN, Akinyemis debut album, is slated for a late June release, so keep an eye on Akinyemi over the next few months. Pierre Bourne Groceries The season of Pierre Bourne is here. Earlier this spring, fans were first blessed with 4U, a video-game inspired track full of digital sounds and floating, untethered bars. Now the Atlanta producer and rapper is back with Groceries. Set in the same sonic landscape as 4U, Groceries is entrancing and delightfully simple. Whether Pierre is producing hits for Playboi Carti and Lil Uzi Vert or for himself, hes one of raps most interesting and unique artists: each release is a joy. Larry June Wait On Me A Boogie Wit da Hoodie f. Rowdy Rebel 9 Bridge A Boogie Wit da Hoodie and Rowdy Rebel are both from New York, but the two might as well be from different universes. Where A Boogie hails from the Bronx, steeped in melody, Rebels deep growl comes straight from Brooklyn. Though the artists come from different boroughs and different genres within Hip Hop, their collaborative track 9 Bridge sounds organic and instictual. Rebels bark is softened for 9 Bridge, matching the singing of his Bronx counterpart over light piano notes and a knocking, jagged synth. KA$HDAMI Dior T-Pain f. Kehlani I Like

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