To open our monthly column #10Tracks, we got Drake with the new album “For All the Dogs”. This is the 8th studio album and it will not disappoint you with 85 minutes of good music. Inside, you can find the new collaboration with SZA named Slime You Out.
Lil Yachty and J. Cole sign the peace with a new single: after years and years of no more friendly tweets, they choose to collaborate in “The Secret Recipe“. A song that will represent themself with some jazz and psych-rock nuances.
Busta Rhymes, who comes from the hip-hop old generation decided to support the new wave of artists, and this is the case for 26-year-old rapper Coi Leray. She is based in Boston and now presents “LUXURY LIFE“.
There are a lot of music releases by the producer Mike WiLL Made-It. He is going to release his second music album and among these releases, we choose: “Blood Moon“, which is sung by Lil Uzi Vert.
The radio chart five welcomes Bad Bunny with his 5th album named “Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Manana”. Here the portorican rapper made i
t bigger than ever, especially for the single “Monaco“.This Latin-trap track contains a wonderful sample by Charles Aznavour and in the video clip, you can find also the renowned Al Pacino as the protagonist.
The Argentine producer Bizarrap take a little pause after a long series of releases named music sessions. Now he released a new EP with his compatriot ’06 Milo J. It is named “En dormir sin Madrid”.
It was a good year for US rapper Ice Spice, her music was also taken for one of the soundtracks of the “Barbie” movie. She was born in the year 2000 and is now based in New York but she wants to back to her Nigerian roots for the collaboration “Pretty Girl” made with the Nigerian rapper Rema.
Talking about Rema, he is one of the most listened to artists on Spotify, mark position #92 in the world, and a double presence in this #10TRACKS chart. We can hear him also in the new single by Colombian rapper FEID, named “Bubalu.”
Born in 1993, Avelino from London has Congolese and Angolan blood in his veins and a much tougher flow. He demonstrates this in “Champion,” alongside Youngs Teflon and Blanco.
Back in the States with 6LACK. Born in Baltimore but moved to Atlanta when he was 5 years old.
He shared a platinum record with Jessie Reyez for the single “Imported” releases in 2019. By this year, the two artists decided to collaborate more and more and this is the last result named: “Homicide.”