A bit-sized showcase of the hottest track to grace the industry this month.
The current Queen of Memphis rap gives fans nothing but bars on the outro from her latest album Anyways, Life’s Great. This song, ”Out Loud Thinking” proved to be one of the most introspective GloRilla tracks from the album, while retaining the energy and bravado we have come to expect from Glo. A hot new artist dropping one of the hottest new tracks of the month equals an absolutely essential spin.
Another entry on this month’s list straight out of Memphis, Key Glock delivers relentlessly paced verses over a high tempo but brooding beat on “Jigsaw.” Enlisting the masterful production of Tay Keith on this song, this standout track from Key Glock’s new EP PRE5L is easily on of our favorites from November. An essential new addition to any high energy hip-hop playlist with a killer music video to boot.
Roddy Ricch teams up with Lil Durk on this new single from Ricch’s latest studio project Feed Tha Streets III. Killer production from Byrd, Teddy Walton, and Aaron Bow bring the catchy hook to life and synergize the unique flows on both rapper’s verses. The duo, who have linked up twice before on “Moonwalkin” and “KEEP GOING,” bring talents together for a third time and simply do not disappoint. If you haven’t heard this one yet, just stop what you’re doing at hit play below.
This heartfelt track from Stormzy’s third studio album This Is What I Mean, is the opposite of what we would expect from a pre-release Stormzy single. However, this low tempo Afrobeat’s inspired song showcases an underapprciated side of the U.K rapper’s talents. Assisted by Tems in song writing and by Teni, Oxlade, Ayanna, and Owen Cutts on the vocals, this R&B style track is a must listen this month for fans of Afrobeats, U.K rap, and strong vocals.
From Yung Fazo’s new album me vs me, “lying again” is a high energy hip-pop track that leans heavily into extreme production and hyper-pop elements. Lyrically simplicity allows listeners to experience the song’s serene vibe without complication, making it easy to enjoy from the moment the record starts. Reminiscent of cloud era rap acts like Playboi Carti and Lil Uzi, this track is an awesome suggestion for fans of either of those artists, or fans of cloud rap in general.