As the warm weather quickly approaches, here are some of the new music releases that are getting fans excited for the summer. Take a look below to find some warmth for your speakers.
To commemorate this famous stoner’s favorite holiday: 4/20, Snoop dogg delivered his 10-track album titled, From tha Streets 2 tha Suites, Tuesday (April 20). ProHoeZak, Kokane, Mozzy, Larry June, Goldie Loc and Big Tray Deee, former members of Snoop’s Eastsidaz group, J Black and Devin The Dude all offer guest voices on the project. The LP is in line with the West Coast banger from the California rhymer he started making at the start of his career in 1993. Only this time, To spy updates its sound to fit the hip-hop landscape we all live in.
Curren $ y, a full-fledged rap veteran, is also releasing some new music this week. The last EP of the 40-year-old rapper, Financial district, is now available on select streaming services after offering seven-track playback exclusively through NFT (non-fungible tokens) earlier this week. The New Orleans native has teamed up with Bondly Finance, a peer-to-peer digital exchange platform, to bring the auction to life on April 20 at 4:20 p.m. ET. Curren $ y offers two versions on the EP, both sold at different prices. The deluxe version of Financial district is auctioned for $ 500 while the five-track version costs just $ 250.
Another rapper who comes to bring new music to hungry fans is Moneybagg Yo. The signatory of Interscope Records releases his latest record, The pain of a gangsta. “Go!” with Memphis newcomer Big 30 appears on the record. The N-Less Entertainment rapper sticks to his rowdy rap sound that comes from his southern roots. Future’s single, “Harder for the Next,” released in March of this year, is also on the 23-track project. Bagg has found success with the track, earning himself and Future a spot in the top 50 on the Billboard Hot 100 earlier this month.
Elsewhere, Cordae gives fans a taste of what to expect from his next album. The rapper comes up with a four-part project called Until. Cordae announced the project via Instagram earlier this week, posting a tracklist with Q-Tip. He also confirmed the release date in the caption’s writing, “The album is almost done, but here’s something Just Until …. Tomorrow at midnight 😈.” The project will be the first version of Cordae in 2021. The old one 2019 XXL First-year studentThe latter’s last drop came in November 2020 when he released his single, “The Parables”.