Ferg, Bobby Shmurda, NBA Youngboy + More New Music You Might Have Missed This Week

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Kendrick Lamar made headlines over the weekend, with his diss tracks breaking records, as many artists like Ferg, formerly ASAP Ferg, planned to return to music before summertime. As major hip-hop acts begin their tours this week, several legendary artists are returning triumphantly.

Not Like Us” went global this week, but plenty of new music still moved beneath the wave. From Ferg returning with a new name and direction to Vado and AZ representing to the fullest to NBA Youngboy releasing new music while detained, here’s a complete list of new music you might have missed this week.

T.I. & NBA Youngboy  “LLOGCLAY”

The single is an ode to T.I.’s late brother and mentor, Clay Evans, who played a major role in T.I.’s life. Last month, a mural honoring Clay was installed at T.I.’s Atlanta cafe, Trap City.

Bobby Shmurda and Eli Are “On Something”

Bobby has been on a feature run. In the latest collaboration, he links up with a newcomer for a smooth R&B track about the instability of today’s women. Shmurda comes through with his rowdy perspective. 

Vado & AZ Protect They Aura With “Sage”

The timeless collaboration of two New York legends brings a much-needed traditional rap style to today’s music landscape. Their vintage verses continue to showcase their legendary status, reminding us why they are revered in the industry. And it’s not just the men who appreciate it—the ladies are equally captivated.

Juicy J & Sukihana Dine At “Sukihana”

His signature rowdy attitude, mixed with her unfiltered attitude, is a recipe for one helluva time. The collaboration is as raunchy, sexy, and cool as the title. Hit the play, and like Juicy says, “SHUTTHAF*CCUP.”

Ferg Returns Home On “MDMX”

Featuring the acclaimed Ivie Ani, Ferg makes a highly-anticipated comeback with a fresh new vibe. Despite a slight name change, his rap skills are as impressive as ever. With a slick style and phenomenal bars, Ferg is back and better than ever.

Chance The Rapper & DJ Premier Get “Together” For New Hit

Chano has revitalized his sound, channeling the energy of his Acid Rap days with new music. Collaborating with the legendary Primo, they’ve crafted an unstoppable formula for the Chicago rap star’s return to the top of the charts.

Hit-Boy, Big-Hit, & The Alchemist See Everything In “Black & Whites”

Big Hit has benefited the most from Hit-Boy and The Alchemist’s newfound chemistry. Their latest release is the perfect persuasion into the full-length project. Big Hit and his son are quickly becoming the West Coast dynamic duo of the year. 

Ray J And Sukihana Spend The Night “Throwing Stacks”

The perfect blend of Ray J’s smooth vocals and Sukihana’s fierce rap verses, The collaboration celebrates living life to the fullest. With its infectious beat and catchy lyrics, this song will have listeners dancing and singing along.

Corey Gunz & Chris Rivers Deal With Trauma By “Die Slowly”

After paying homage to Andre 3000, the son of Peter Gunz, links with the son of Big Pun for a reminiscence of hip-hop’s golden era. Their fathers’ sons, the Bronx natives unleash bravado bars over a nostalgic, boom-bap beat. 

BossMan Dlow Wants To “Talk My Sh*t”

Backed by Shedeur and Shilo Sanders, the Oklahoma hitmaker continues his winning streak with another infectious track delivered through his catchy earworm bars. The latest release shows him going from the field to the stage spectacularly. 

Kash Doll Recites The “Kash Kommandments”

In the new song, she asserts her authority and outlines her rules for dominating in a male-dominated world. The Detroit superstar never stops grinding and shows others they can follow in her footsteps by paying attention.

BigXThaPlug Wants You To Meet The 6ixers

The new project results from the Dallas rap star’s new deal and record label with United Masters. Spotlighting BigXThaPlug’s signee Yung Hood and Rosama, the posse album celebrates newfound success with synchronized chemistry, dominating lyrics, and lasting impression.

Kaash Paige Embraces New Sound In Catch Me While I Care

On her latest release, in L.A., the Dallas sensation taps into a free-spirited groove. The 13-track album features an electronic sound and collaborations with Onlybino!, The Big Hash, and SSGKobe.

Mo3 Floods The Streets Like A “Tidal Wave”

The Dallas legend’s posthumous track is an impassioned plea for his love never to leave him. He promises to work harder to improve himself. He sings about the trauma he faced on the streets and how his new love, accompanied by soulful piano, brought him hope for the first time.

OnPointLikeOP & TaTa Exhibit “Patience”

This is the second release from the all-star joint album featuring Jim Jones and Tay Savage. The duo displays calm as a storm with rowdy wordplay, undeniable chemistry, and persuasive vibes. This one raises the temperature to 1090 degrees as the summer approaches. 

Odelet Shares Pisces Pie

The recording artist, originally from Detroit but now based in California, combines jazz, soul, and rap in an 11-song tribute to classic Hip-Hop production and siren singers. Essential tracks such as “Supreme,” “Six of Cups,” and “Eclectic” make the album sweet and wholesome for any listener. “When it comes to my vocals, I just hear what I hear,” said Odelet, “Something about it can feel like jazz… but in terms of production, this album was definitely inspired by my love of old school Hip-Hop.” 

Mia Snow Has Forecasted A Cold Summer

Amid a bidding war, the Florida recording artist amplifies her popularity with an attention-grabbing album ahead of a U.S. tour. Led by the hit song “Oh No” and featuring Hxncho and Erica Banks, the new star’s 9-track project introduces herself to the world with a signature look, energy, and sound.