If you’re reading this, the end of the work week is upon us and a lot of new music has been released. published in hip-hop. Today (April 2), the official second week of spring has come and gone, and now both emerging and established artists have given up on new endeavors.
The self-proclaimed “Prince of New York”, Lil tjay, proves he’s not about to get sucked into a sophomore crisis. The Bronx native gives fans his second studio album, Destiny 2 Victory. The LP contains the previously released track “Headshot” with Polo G and Fivio Foreign, “Call My Phone” with 6lack and “Born 2 Be Great”. Moneybagg Yo, Offset, Saweetie, Toosii, Tyga and many more are also on the album. Before giving up the 21-track effort, however, Lil tjay released a documentary to coincide with the album, which features the 2020 XXL First-year studentThe talent for telling stories rather than producing traps and drills. The rapper also offers a softer side to his album, full of dreams lost in love.
In addition to Lil Tjay, Mello music group is launching a Japanese-inspired project called Bushido. The project features the label’s many talented artists including Homeboy Sandman, Quelle Chris, Joell Ortiz, Apollo Brown, Skyzoo, Oddisee, L’Orange and Skyzoo, among others. Stalley and The Alchemist also appear on the LP. Songs like “Iron Steel Samurai”, “No Trouble”, “Golden Gloves” and “Black Rock” were offered prior to the album’s release. A culmination of captivating rhymes, calming moods, and a wide range of tempos from energetic vibes to mellow vibes, the album offers something for everyone. Bushido follows the 2015 roster album Character.
Rising Arkansas rapper Bankroll Freddie released his new album Big bank also. Freddie first announced the project last month and then shared the artwork and features on Monday, March 29. Expect to hear verses from Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, PnB Rock, Louisville, Ky’s own EST Gee. And more. Before the arrival of the LP, the climb Music quality control the artist dropped “Add It Up” and “Rich Off Grass (Remix)” featuring Young Dolph, which showcases her effortless, grainy flow. Big bank is the sequel to Bankroll Freddie’s debut From trap to rap, which came out last year.
While this week isn’t packed with releases, the projects on offer are filled to the brim with talented rappers with music worth listening to. Find new music from Sylvan lacue, 24 hours and more below as well.