Before running for the White House, Kanye West collaborated with Travis Scott in “WASH US IN THE BLOOD.”
Between currently posthumous albums, we mention the first and only album by Pop Smoke, deceased in February. We recommend listening to “FOR THE NIGHT” together with Lil Baby and DaBaby.
It is coming out in the charts, “GO CRAZY,” extracted from the mixtape “Slime & B” by Chris Brown and Young Thug, released a few months ago.
Ahead of her debut album, upcoming by the end of the year, the Californian 27-year-old Saweetie is releasing several singles, including the most recent “TAP IN.”
Let’s move to the UK with the upcoming Frosty. With a bunch of tracks released in two years, he was able to create quite a lot of hype. – “SUPER TRAPPER”
Kojo Funds goes on releasing afro/R&B tracks like “VANESSA,” to which is lacking a feminine collaboration, like his hit of some years ago named “Finders Keepers” with Mabel.
The Jamaican 20-year-old Koffee is among the most played artists on Spotify in the afro/dancehall context. She has a great talent. – “LOCKDOWN”
Let’s end up the #10TRACKS rubric with other female shivering voices and their soul/R&B ballads. Summer Walker with PARTYNEXTDOOR in “MY AFFECTION,” and the Iranian/Swedish Snoh Aalegra with “DYING 4 YOUR LOVE”.