Let’s start the new #10TRACKS with Migos, who recently published their new album “Culture III,” three years after the previous one and with popularity sharply declining. However, there is no shortage of prestigious features, such as Cardi B, Drake, Polo G, and the amazing Justin Bieber in “What You See.”
Also, J. Cole did not release anything after 2018, except the EP “Lewis Street,” made last year. The North Carolinian artist doesn’t have to promote so much his works, as his fanbase, which awarded “The Off-Season” and all the previous 5 albums with a 1st place in the USA, is pretty solid. His single “m y . l i f e” with 21Savage and Morray is officially a hit.
Lil Baby has released an entire album with Lil Durk, just after doing the same with Gunna in “Drip Harder.” “Voice Of The Heroes” is the title track, and it is also the best-known of all 18 included in the record.
The most surprising release of this period is undoubtedly from Nicky Minaj, relaunching the 2009 mixtape “Beam Me Up Scotty,” adding three unedited tracks, including “Seeing Green” with Drake and Lil Wayne.
Bad Bunny temporarily abandons his typical reggaeton sounds and uses his talent in rap. “100 MILIONES” with Luar La L is out.
Let’s move to the UK with Morrisson and Aitch, where the title of the track “House & Garage” lets us understand which sounds influenced them.
“Colonization” is the new song from the group NSG, in business since 2013 and part of the best afrobeat exponents in the UK. They’ve known each other since high school, as they attended the same institute in London. All of them are of Nigerian and Ghanian origin.
Aya Nakamura seems to be already recording the fourth album, after those published between 2017 and 2020. The French-Malaysian artist confirms her sounds with the new midtempo song “Bobo.”
Let’s close the #10TRACKS with Lil Nas X, already topping the charts with “MONTERO.” He is actually really prolific, and in fact, he instantly released his new music song “SUN GOES DOWN.”