Featuring new songs from Lil Durk, Nimic Revenue, FXXXXY and more.
Trust me, we get it. In today’s streaming-dominated market it can be tough to keep up with the avalanche of new releases every week. Lucky for you, that’s where we come in. Every week we’ll be bringing you a few of our favorites from the past week. You can find many of these tracks and others on our weekly Spotify playlist here.
Read on to discover some new heaters.
FXXXXY ft. Gunna – “Need U”
As the hotbed of rap music in Dallas is seemingly exploding, one of the city’s hidden gems is beginning to release some long-awaited new music. Back in 2017, FXXXXY had released his “Flawed Up Shawty” EP, and then disappeared back into the studio until recently. Proving that he can still kill it in the booth, his latest single “Need U” is a certified slapper and features none other than Gunna.
$UICIDEBOY$ – “Carrollton”
“You motherfuckers pitiful I’m too sick of you, I’m a walking visual you boys refillable,” says Scrim to open the first verse of the $UICIDEBOY$‘s latest release “Carrollton.” The song acts as the first official single from the duo’s upcoming album “I WANT TO DIE IN NEW ORLEANS,” which is currently slated for release on Friday, September 7th.
Lil Durk & Nimic Revenue – “Back in The Day”
In an industry where everyone seems to be impatient for the future, the OTF collective reminds us to take a step back and appreciate times that have already passed. Lil Durk taps Nimic Revenue‘s glistening voice for a nostalgic hook that will have you calling that friend you’ve lost touch with over the years. Both artists showcase their abilities to melodically rap on their respective verses while reflecting on bittersweet childhoods and past love interest.
BBY Goyard & Stacy Money – “Million Dollar Baby”
BBY Goyard and Stacy Money recently linked while in Los Angeles, and “Million Dollar Baby” is the overly impressive result. Packed tight with ambient production courtesy of fatherblaze, the melodic track finds Shannon and Stacy’s respective styles combining flawlessly to form a ridiculously smooth outcome.
Doze – “Hues”
Sometimes colors can make you feel something deeper. With his Elevator-debuted visual for “Hues,” Denver’s Doze takes the viewer through the relatable struggle of understanding life’s man struggles. The track alludes to others’ emotions changing like hues on a mood ring. Doze meanwhile flexes an impressive vocal range on the self-produced beat.