This week, the music is coming full force. A seasoned Georgia rapper drops his second offering this year, a hot girl from the South delivers her debut and a wavy rhymer from New York City has a new mixtape. Scroll down to find out about the new releases this week.
has had quite a year despite . The Houston native earned two No. 1 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with in May and in August, she performed on Saturday Night Live in October, penned an opinion piece for , also in October. With all the events that have transpired, the former 2019 XXL Freshman has still managed to deliver her debut album, Good News, an LP with a title that has optimistic take on things. The offering has 17 tracks including the Young Thug-assisted "Don't Stop" that dropped last month, "Girls in the Hood," her collab with Queen Bey and a song called "Shots Fired," which kicks off the album. There are also guest appearances from fellow 2019 XXL Freshman DaBaby, City Girls, SZA, Lil Durk, Big Sean and more. Hot Girl Meg is known to spit venom on the mic and fans are expecting her to do just that.
surprises fans with the new release, My Brother's Keeper (Long Live G). An homage to his late brother, Glen Johnson, who died earlier this month after reportedly committing suicide, the short offering features seven songs and guest appearances from Meek Mill, Polo G, NoCap and Toosi. DaBaby only let fans officially know about the project just over an hour before it was release, sharing the cover art on Instagram, along with the caption, "LONG LIVE MY BIG BROTHER🖤🕊#MyBrothersKeeper (LongLiveG)-From Baby Bruh to you. Midnight." My Brother's Keeper (Long Live G) is the newest project from DaBaby since his Blame It on Baby album, which came out in April and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Back in March, dropped off a new EP, Twenty/20 Pyrex Vision. About eight months later, the Snowman is back with the follow-up to his 2008 album, The Recession, called The Recession 2. The full-length effort contains 15 joints, as well as features from activist and , Yo Gotti, Rick Ross, E-40, Ne-Yo and more. Prior to the album's arrival, Jeezy released the introspective track which finds him name-dropping former Corporate Thug Entertainment (CTE) World artist Freddie Gibbs and 50 Cent. Jeezy and Gibbs were at odds for some time and Fif attempted to call out the Georgia rapper following Black Mafia Family (BMF) co-founder Terry "Southwest T" Flenory being released from prison for his role in his organization's massive drug ring. The veteran rapper's LP also comes after his hit-for-hit Verzuz battle against longtime nemesis Gucci Mane.
There's tons more music that has dropped this week including offerings from , , , , and more below.
Good NewsMegan Thee Stallion 1501 Certified Ent. / 300 Entertainment
The Recession 2Jeezy UMG Recordings, Inc.
My Brother's Keeper (Long Live G)DaBabySouth Coast Music Group / Interscope
Quarantine Pack EPMeek Mill Maybach Music Group / Atlantic
CB5French MontanaMontana Entertainment, LLC / EMPIRE
Nobody SafeRich The Kid and YoungBoy Never Broke Again,Rich Forever Music / Empire
Pluto x Baby Pluto (Deluxe)Future and Lil Uzi Vert
While the World Was BurningSaint JhnGood Complex / Hitco
ChompRussRuss My Way Inc
California Poppy 2Rexx Life RajRexx Life / Empire
Long Story ShortYSN Flow and IcebergRepublic Records
UnderratedLil EazzyyAtlantic Records
Tha LeakRobb Bank$Working on Dying LLC
Stay the Phuck Out My BubbleAzizi GibsonPrehistoric
Home for the HolidaysLove Renaissance (LVRN)LVRN/Interscope Records
Midget (Deluxe)RucciMackk and Company / Empire