Capella Grey, Tyga, BIA, Snow Tha Product, Victoria Monét + New Music You Might Have Missed This Week

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – DECEMBER 05: Capella Grey performs onstage at S.O.B.’s on December 05, 2022 in New York City. (Photo by Johnny Nunez/WireImage)

Capella Grey, the Gyalis, and the beef are being brought out again this summer. Cardi B and BIA’s recent exchange adds to the long list of hip-hop beefs that have taken over 2024. Several highly praised returns occurred over the week as rap’s biggest stars prepare for summer takeovers.

The new Don Toliver arrives this week. From BIA capitalizing on the moment to Action Bronson’s return to Wanmor bringing back 90s R&B, here’s a complete list of all the new music you might have missed this week.

Capella Grey, French Montana, & Fivio Foreign Cut Off The Loose “Strings”

The King of the Gyalis hits the summer with a new collaboration that boasts having ‘no strings attached,’ the single is both liberating and carefree. Lyrically, it explores the themes of living in the moment with constraints. The single evokes a feeling of spontaneity and the excitement of living life on one’s own terms.

Tyga Greets The Ladies With “Hello B*tch”

Before he hits the road this summer, the unstoppable hitmaker delivers another twerk-driven dance song about being the most important man in the room. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right?

BIA & JID Bar Up & It’s “Lights Out”

In the midst of beef, the Boston rap star takes a trip to Atlanta and links up with the popular lyricist for a lyrically insane collaboration that can cause a citywide blackout. She continues to be one of the many lyrical tyrants in today’s hip-hop. 

French Montana and Skrilla Baby Show Us The Real “Skyami”

The collaboration has been a long time coming as Bronx-meets-Detriot with Miami as the backdrop. The two’s first collaboration is a luxury-drive track that indulges in all the glitz and glamour that comes with South Beach. 

Rich Dunk & DaBaby “Big Dawg”

The North Carolina rap star co-signs the rising star with a big-body verse laced with exquisite street raps to draw you in immediately. Rich Dunk impresses with trending raps about living life to the fullest while staying true to the streets. The collaboration is an awesome jumpstart to the newcomer’s career. 

The Dogg Pound & Snoop Dogg “Who Da Hardest”

In the past, the West Coast’s biggest names tested themselves against each other with razor-sharp lyrical duels to determine who was the best. The new Death Row returns to basics and drops a track that determines who is today’s best among the new roster. 

Action Bronson Asks That You “Nourish A Thug”

The beloved emcee returns with a forthcoming album and lead single that showcases his trademark humor and expertly crafted wordplay. He nonchalantly serves an onslaught of laidback metaphors and innuendos. After being deeply missed, the return brings nostalgia and enlightenment all in one package.

Sauce Walka Takes Us Through “5th Ward”

When he isn’t slapboxing with Maxo Kream, the Houston rap star is cruising through the neighborhood with a rooster, sharing tailor-made lyrics drizzled with signature Dirty South lingo. If you enjoy Ric Flair’s attitude and slick talk with your traditional rhymes, look no further than the Sauce God. 

Snow Tha Product Experiences “Drunk Love”

The popular entertainer adds new life to her classic hit with an intoxicating dance production. The addictive track about a toxic relationship dives deep into the mess as she tries to find salvageable moments to validate the love. Opens the door to revisions of other tracks in her lengthy catalog. 

Lupe Fiasco Bakes A “Cake”

The Chicago scholar’s return to hip-hop has been fulfilling and here’s dessert. In his second release from Samurai, he brags about his exceptional lyrical skills over a captivating beat from Soundtrakk. He asserts that he’s as cold as Siberian winter, has a pen game like Kurt Vonnegut, and a vocabulary vast enough to make a computer run out of memory.

Denzel Curry, FERG, TiaCorine Are The “Hot One”

The Florida star maintains his authentic look and sound with the latest collaboration. Flawlessly blending with FERG’s energetic street raps and TiaCorine’s alternative flow, Curry’s cult following will enjoy another bonafide hit from beginning to end. 

Homixide Gang Blow Up With i5u5we5

Before they hit the road on a world tour, this Atlanta duo produced a 14-song album that displays the futuristic sound of hip-hop. Edgy, innovative, trendingly different, the album cements their arrival. The sold-out world tour prophesies their immense future, which includes a reign.  

Niko Brim Rides Around In New “280 Benz”

Off his buzzing album, Hues, Rapsody’s newest signee pulls up with a fresh visual for his fan-favorite single about the classic vehicle. An appealing continuation from “Marley” and “Southside Sundayz,” this collection of visuals maintains the momentum for him, confirming his endless creative potential.

Wanmor Breaks Out The Classic To Be “Alone With You”

Matching the audio with a lovey-dovey visual, the popular quartet display superior vocal range as they bowl, ski-ball, and drive race cars with four beautiful women on date night. The youngest of the group, Rocco, steals the show as the song’s lead, but it’s Big Boy, who delivers the song-stealing vocals on the revised classic. Missing that 90’s R&B, you’ll find it right here. 

Cory Gunz Breaks Out The Fresh Loosie Pack 3 With All-Star Crew

After months of preparation and sample, the well-known Bronx spitter drops an all-star assembled tape for the series’ third installment. In the trilogy, he remains true to his musical aesthetic as he continues to deliver gritty, bravado bars over hard-hitting production. Joining him is Jim Jones, Chris Rivers, Jae’won, Whispers, and more.

Victoria Monét Feels “Alright”

Her music continues to conquer while she rests up for a big comeback on stage next month. The singer’s latest single speaks to the sensations that come with a relationship. She continues to display her incredible songwriting and vocal abilities that were overlooked by many for a very long time. My, how her flowers have bloomed. 

Bossman Dlow Shows The Highlights On “SportsCenter”

The track starts with a trending rap star hyping himself up before launching into his first verse, accompanied by trumpets, rapid hi-hats, booming bass, and chilling keys. Shots of the rapper playing ball are paired with licks like “I’m a muthaf*ckin boss, it’s gon’ cost to talk to me,” emblematic of him dunking on haters and swimming in his success. His trajectory continues to ascend after three new hit songs.

Chelsea Pastel Is “2 Much”

The Ohio emerging artist continues to draw a crowd with her latest hit, which is jam-packed with all the essentials to make you a believer. The song builds up to a powerful drop, with a catchy hook that will stay with you all day. She effectively evokes nostalgia while giving a fresh spin to the current female rap scene.

Ygtheboy Already Ready “Flexin”

Fairly new but generating heavy traction in today’s underground scene, Ygtheboy attracts unfamiliars with his grizzly, energetic sound. A party animal, the rising star focuses on creating a hypnotizing vibe that centers around intoxication, trendsetting appeal, and adrenaline. There’s another YG making noise in the streets right now, no affiliations. 

Dre Hill Is Back “On The Road”

Roaring out of Bakersfield, California, this newcomer wastes no time, leaving a lasting impression with his smooth trap vocals and heartfelt tale about the struggle. With a magnetic look, trendy sound, and limitless potential, he is the genuine article of a star in the making. The addictive track will result in exploring the emerging star’s catalog.