Let’s start the #10TRACKS rubric with “FRANCHISE,” the banger by Travis Scott, already at the first position in the USA. Young Thug and M.I.A. complete the trio, which will surely achieve the platinum-certified.
After three years from the previous album, Bryson Tiller publish “Anniversary,” which contains “OUTTA TIME” in featuring Drake.
Halloween is near, and Trippie Redd publishes a track about this subject, “SLEEPY HOLLOW.”
“RIP” by Arizona Zervas, which seeks a new hit after “Roxanne,” contains the same subject.
We find Young Thug also in the new track of Megan Thee Stallion “DON’T STOP,” inevitably obscured by the global hit “Wap” by the Texan rapper.
Let’s move to the UK with a cult artist like Dizzee Rascal with “BODY LOOSE,” the title track of the EP just released, built on the unique sample of the Architechs since 2000.
Moving towards the Afrobeat world, this is the moment for the Nigerian Fireboy DML with “TATTOO” from the second album “Apollo” and Aya Nakamura with “DOUDOU.”
“COME OVER” by the English 1997-born Jorja Smith with Popcaan is between the current dancehall/R&B gems.
This week the #10TRACKS rubric is closed by the future of R&B. The 23-year-old Omar Apollo, born in Indiana, with “WANT U AROUND,” together with the 17-year-old Anglo-Australian Ruel.