Supply: Lex Information
The Spherical-Up is Okayplayer’s weekly playlist of the most effective songs within the worlds of hip-hop and R&B. This week’s set options new music from YUNGMORPHEUS, Slum Village, Micheal Christmas, Rico Nasty, and extra.
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Michael Christmas – “Stable as a Rock”
Michael Christmas cracks open his subsequent chapter with an impressed cadence and a borrowed hook. You could find the observe on the Boston rapper’s upcoming undertaking, UnSexy, which ought to be arriving within the months forward, however has but to obtain a agency launch date.
Slum Village that includes Larry June – “Simply Like You”
After gracing Larry June and The Alchemist’s stellar new album, Slum Village return the favor, internet hosting the San Francisco rapper on this funk-fueled and footwork-friendly single.
LUCKI – “Go away Her”
Roughly a yr after it first surfaced, LUCKI places the “official” stamp on the most effective songs in his ever-expanding catalog, lastly sharing the observe throughout DSPs.
Rico Nasty – “Flip It Up”
Rico Nasty returns with a raucous romp that ought to have you ever moshing by the kitchen very quickly in any respect.
YGTUT and Starlito – “Diamonds In The Tough”
YGTUT and Starlito give Tennessee one in all its finest appears to be like in an extended whereas on this full-float loosie.
YUNGMORPHEUS that includes Fly Anakin – “Cassava Bread”
YUNGMORPHEUS and Fly Anakin break bread and breezy beachside loop on this comfort-crushed lower from the LA-based rapper’s new album, From Whence It Got here, which is out right this moment by way of Lex Information, that includes appearances from Jimetta Rose, MED, lojii, Ahwlee, and extra.
Your Previous Droog – “Enterprise Capital”
Your Previous Droog follows final week’s Madlib-assisted musings with some fierce monetary planning over swirling symphonies and soul. Don’t be shocked if the Brooklyn rapper turns up with one other tape within the not too distant.
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