The week is finally over and while the weekend is something to look forward to, new efforts arrive today (April 8) from some of your favorite artists.
Child ink hasn’t delivered a new album in about five years, but it goes without saying that it’s back. The old one 2012 XXL First-year student offers his new LP, Living. Prior to the album’s arrival, the Los Angeles-born rhymer offered the ISM-produced single “Red Light” with a lo-fi sound infused with his laid-back West Coast melodies. Kid Ink’s latest project, Full speed, was released in January 2015 and presented his hit “Body Language” with Usher and Tinashe. A few years later, he unleashes an EP, Missed calls, with special appearances from Saweetie, Lil Wayne and more. Child ink had music in the tuck for a while, but it came back with new warmth.
Los Angeles based hip-hop boyband Brockhampton serves their harmonious signature on their latest album, Roadrunner: new light, new machine, a clear labor of love. The group’s Kevin Abstract, who also leads the crew, told the UK The Guardian in an interview last month that the collective recorded the album three times to get their final product, which arrives today. The album, which according to Abstract is one of two to arrive this year, but will also be BrockhamptonThe latest offerings, were also teased with two singles, “Buzzcut” with Danny Brown and “Count on Me” featuring A $ AP Rocky and SoGoneSoFlexy. Ahead of the arrival of their latest album, the group, which consists of 13 singers, producers and visual artists, delivered a series of singles made during the coronavirus quarantine that were released under the name Technical difficulties and made available through YouTube.
The end Mo3 was tragically shot and killed in Dallas in November 2020 and although he is no longer here in the physical, his music lives on. Shottaz 4 Eva, a posthumous effort by the Texas-bred rapper-crooner, also arrives tonight and contains stories from his street life delivered through his soulful sounds. The 12-track album features guest appearances by Boosie BadAzz, who Mo3 collaborated with frequently before his untimely death, Foogiano, YFN Lucci and more. Last year, Mo3 dropped a joint project with Boosie called BadAzz Mo3. Before that, he offered Shottaz 3.0, which features Mo3’s single “Everybody”, later remixed to feature Boosie.