It’s Friday again, with Thanksgiving in the air, and Christmas around the corner. As we await the yearly rush for Mariah Carey’s version, Chris Brown gets into the holiday spirit while the community slowly heals from losing a hip-hop great in the making.
Last time out, Busta Rhymes delayed his album release regarding Takeoff’s passing. This week features his six-track work, alongside album releases by Roddy Ricch, Rod Wave, and Lucky Daye, who dropped a deluxe edition of his Grammy-winning album, Candy Drip.
Roddy Ricch has been up and down with his releases since he revealed how good of a lyricist he is on Feed Tha Streets II. He followed that up with poorly received Live Life Fast and singles that kept him in listeners’ ears.
With the third part of the FTS project, Roddy might be about to engrave his name on Mount Rushmore.
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The Fuse Is Lit was originally set for a November 11 release. But it was shifted as that was the day the hip-hop world said its goodbyes to Takeoff.
Busta Rhyme’s six-track album comes on the heels of his song, “Slap,” featuring Conway The Machine.
Listen to find out if the legend has still got it.
A title like this, a singer like Chris Brown—you know you are about to get a groovy tune. Like “Freaky Friday,” it just might be what is needed to be lifted out of the gloom.
Ahead of his album, Rod Wave has fans in their feeling, with “Break My Heart.” A raw rendition that anyone going through heartache or pain can easily relate to.
Now, he has dropped an album to remind everyone he is a different mold of rapper; a bluesy crooner moonlighting as a rapper. Get all the feelz.
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“Letter To Takeoff” is an emotional roll call of those the hip-hop community has lost, including Takeoff.
The trap god is a regular collaborator of Quavo and Takeoff’s. This song is an outpouring and highlight showing much has been lost to gun-related violence.
“Fucking Sound” is a track from Lucky Daye’s Grammy-nominated album, CandyDrip.
The multi-award-winning artist decided now is a good time for visuals of the song ahead of the December 9 release of the deluxe version of the CandyDrip album.
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In “Do It Right,” Don Toliver drops a massive, crowd-pleasing bop, all while sampling another from the 1980s: “Do It Right” by The S.O.S Band.
Fetty Wap is ensuring his voice forms part of the holiday playlist and jams on the radio as everyone moves around ‘tis festive season.
“Sweet Yamz” is an easy-to-vibe to type of song; reminiscent of the Fetty that held sway all through 2015.
Diddy also hit the fans with a freestyle, captioning it with the iconic line: “as we proceed to give you what you need.”
Stay safe, SOHH family.