NEW ECLECTIC & WORTHWHILE SONGS- May 22, 2021
Do you miss Sean Kingston? No, not you Gen Z. We’re talking to your elders.
This week’s NEWS has the best of both Gen Z and Millennials serving hot spicy tracks and phenomenal albums.
Buju – Outside
Well, talk about repositioning yourself after a bit of controversy
“Omo, in the first stage I made mistakes I swear, for knowledge, I sacrifice my fears
And I stand right here, I say I’m better and you can’t compare”
The perfect hustler’s anthem detailing growth and lessons with perfect melodies and great rhythm
Sean Kingston – Darkest Time ft G Herbo
After almost a decade of being inactive, Sean Kingston resurfaces with a track that hints at his struggles.
“I’m so scarred you can it on my face”
The Jamaican jam still has his magic after all these years. The melodies will leave you nostalgic.
Gabzy – Pull Up
This is one hell of a dope Alte sound by a lover boy, trust me on this
Smooth production, beautiful lyrics, slow tempo, and perfect for that date night
Gabzy pulled up on this.
Davolee – Love
“Even if na emoji, brother I go show you love oh”
Since the young rapper departed YBNL, he’s been pushing bounds, churning our music, and trying his best to stay in the game— to prove his abilities to the fans.
This song hammers on the reciprocity of love. Davolee also talks about how one is loved by everyone so long one is successful.
“E go shock you say Don Jazzy sabi you if Drake put you on”
Wurld, Ms Banks, Erica Banks, Amaarae, Dj Cuppy, Kida Kudz – Bossy part II
Just when you are thinking a song can’t get better, Wurld will always prove you wrong.
Enlisting Amaarae, Erica banks, and Ms Banks, Wurld shows his creativity and flexibility on the track.
Olivia Rodrigo – Sour Album
It’s still awe-inspiring how the 18-year-old Olivia Rodrigo shook the industry with her surreal record-breaking track, Drivers License. It feels like a lifetime and it’s only been four months!
Pop’s newest star offers a nimble and lightly chaotic collection of 11 breakup songs filled with melancholy and mischief. New school Taylor Swift? Ariana Grande? Rihanna? Whatever you think about it, she’s definitely worth her onions.
She weaves in and out of style as explores pop, tart, and punk. Olivia expresses herself in clear, emotive, and relatable lyrics.
The Compozers, Mr. Eazi – Problems
Mr. Eazi lyrical genius and easy ride on beats was fully on play in this track
A trademark slow tempo song for Mr Eazi with nice strings and trumpets makes this love confession track a 9/10
Young MA – Off the Yak album
When it comes to lyrical prominence, precision and consistency amongst the women in Hip Hop, Young M.A undoubtedly sits somewhere at the very top of the list.
The Brooklyn native has been a lyrical juggernaut with cocky lines as she shows off her prowess and why she should be left out of any conversation concerning rap these days.
This new project is her is the first after her debut album, Her Story in the making. With the help of featured acts Fivio Foreign, Rubi Rose, May Yb, and Wap5tar M.A is able to prove that it’s only foolish to sleep on her.
Lil Nas X – Sun Goes Down
There is no way you will listen to this song won’t feel the artiste pain
Lil Nas pours his past conflicts into this song sending a strong message of hope to overcome all
“I wanna run away
Don’t wanna lie, I don’t want a life
Send me a gun and I’ll see the sun
I’d rather run away”
Sean Tizzle – Know Person
Tizzle jumps on the Amapiano trend with his serenading vocals. Not one of the bests when you look at the several Amapiano tracks that are on the loose now. But then, it’s a pleasurable listen.
This multi-thematic track is just pure vibes.