It’s New Music Fridays, and the hip-hop world is buzzing with some of the biggest names in the industry joining forces to release collaborative albums. Meek Mill & Rick Ross, Larry June & Cardo, and more are treating fans to a feast of fresh tracks and enticing features. Here’s a look at new releases this week.
Meek Mill & Rick Ross Drop Too Good To Be True
In a long-awaited collaboration, star rapper Meek Mill and Rick Ross have released their joint album titled Too Good To Be True. This marks a momentous occasion as the duo has been collaborating for over a decade. The project boasts 17 tracks and features an impressive lineup of artists, including Fabolous, Teyana Taylor, Wale, The Dream, Future, and others.
Larry June & Cardo Drop The Night Shift
San Francisco rapper Larry June has once again teamed up with producer Cardo to drop their highly anticipated joint album, The Night Shift. This collaboration marks their fifth project together, and they show no signs of slowing down. The Night Shift comprises 17 enthralling tracks, showcasing Larry June’s smooth delivery and Cardo’s exceptional production skills. The album also features noteworthy artists like 2 Chainz, Dej Loaf, ScHoolboy Q, Too $hort, and others.
Chris Brown Drops 11:11
Superstar singer/rapper Chris Brown adds to the NMF excitement with his eleventh studio album, 11:11. This double-sided album boasts an impressive 22 tracks, each showcasing Chris Brown’s versatility and creativity. 11:11 features from Future, Fridayy, Davido, and others.
NBA Youngboy Drops Decided 2
Baton Rouge rapper NBA Youngboy also joins the roster, dropping his highly anticipated mixtape Decided 2, a sequel to his 2018 release, Decided. The mixtape comprises 18 captivating songs with a feature from Rod Wave.
Trippie Redd Drops Saint Michael
Ohio rapper Trippie Redd surprises fans once again with his EP Saint Michael. Following his successful project A Love Letter To You 5 in August, Trippie Redd delivers another body of work that demonstrates his artistic growth and versatility.
Lil Durk Releases “Smurk Carter”
Chicago rapper Lil Durk keeps the momentum going with his new single and video, “Smurk Carter.” Paying homage to rap legend Lil Wayne, the video draws inspiration from Wayne’s iconic “Hustler Muzik” visuals, featuring Lil Durk clad in a red jacket, spitting bars on a rooftop.
Busta Rhymes Releases “OK” Featuring Young Thug
Rap legend Busta Rhymes returns with his latest single “OK,” featuring Young Thug. This energetic track serves as a sneak peek of Busta’s upcoming album, Blockbusta, set to drop on November 24.
Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz Release “Long Story Short”
Rap legend Lil Wayne and Atlanta rapper 2 Chainz released the song and video “Long Story Short.” This track is part of their upcoming joint album, Welcome to Collegrove 2, which is scheduled for release on November 17.
T-Pain & Snoop Dogg Release “That’s How We Ballin”
Rap legend Snoop Dogg teams up with star singer/rapper T-Pain for their single and video “That’s How We Ballin.” This unexpected collaboration came together seamlessly, with Snoop delivering his verse just two days after T-Pain sent the beat.
Johnny Cocoa Releases “Green Light”
New artist Johnny Cocoa makes his mark with the music video for his single “Green Light.” With co-signs from rap heavyweights like Drake and Kanye West, Johnny Cocoa is quickly making a name for himself in the industry. His captivating visuals and unique style set him apart, promising an exciting future for this rising star.https://youtu.be/LCtPl1UrlM4?si=AQJuVChDIjrJ5fQm