Lil Wayne, G-Eazy, GloRilla + More New Music You Might Have Missed This Week

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Might Delete Later shocked the world and divided last weekend between Kendrick and J. Cole. Metro Boomin’ and Future are expected to regain control of the charts this weekend with We Still Don’t Trust You. Still, the hottest stars in today’s hip-hop served their fans with must-hear new music this week.

From Lil Wayne and Young Thug’s truce to GloRilla and Megan The Stallion’s saddle-up to Fivio Foreign coming for the throne, here’s a list of hot new music you might have missed this week in hip hop.

Lil Wayne and Young Thug End Feud With “Bless”

Birdman’s proteges shake hands like made men do and commemorate the truce with rap fans’ dream collaboration. In the hip-hop world, it’s a new era where even the most unlikely beings can make peace. A snake and goblin have set aside their differences and come together, which is truly remarkable. 

G-Eazy Brings Out Coi Leray & Kalii As “Femme Fatale”

“Femme Fatale” marks the Bay Area rap star’s return after a year-long break. With Coi Leray and Kalii adding the dangerous seduction, it appears Gerald’s new creative era will return him to the top. “In Femme Fatale, I really wanted to create a track that showcased two strong female voices from a unique perspective,” he said. This song is really about empowerment and sex positivity.”

Kehlani Hits Up “After Hours”

After a series of global tragedies, the singer returns to a joyful place and takes her fans for a twirl. “I want my art to provide some kind of life and fun,” she told Apple Music’s Zane Lowe. I want to hear this outside, and I want to feel good.”

Tink Is “Charged Up”

Before she heads out for “The Magic Hour” tour with Jhene Aiko, the R&B lyricist builds excitement with a powerful single about a new ambitious look on things. This is the lead-up to Winter’s Diary 5, the fifth installment of the mixtape series that propelled her to stardom.

Mac Critter Always Been “Solid”

Prince of Tennessee raps about loyalty and staying true to the bros. Only April, Critter released seven videos this year. Gucci’s protégé continues his successful run in music with his latest music video.

Courtney Bell & Conway The Machine Are “Word II Conway”

Detroit and Buffalo collaboration is a powerful track that combines looped vocals, horn-heavy soul samples, and authentic narratives rich with sharp, streetwise wordplay and insights into the struggles of life, all set to the rhythm of boom-bap drum beats. Conway offers wise guidance in the chorus and ends the track with a strong statement.

NLE Choppa Is Back Up In It For “Slut Me Out 2”

Starring India Love, the Memphis rap star drops a hypersexual sequel that certifies him as a street casanova. Energetic and enthusiastic, it showcases a young artist’s immense talent and unapologetic sense of humor. His tour is coming to a college near you. 

Larry June Sits On “Imported Couches”

The Bay Area sensation has released a new track that matches his luxurious lifestyle. With custom lyrics and fine production, it’s perfect for summer vacations. If you can make it aboard, hit play, grab an orange, and June will import the rest to your ears. 

Concrete Boys Proud To Be Introduced As It’s Us VoI.1

Yachty released the compilation album under his new music label, Concrete Rekordz. The label’s debut showcases their up-and-coming talents: Karrahbooo, Camo!, Dc2trill, and Draft Day. They were introduced during Yachty’s The Field Trip Tour.

Lil Mabu Is A Young Genius

He is a smart rapper whose album includes collaborations with some of the biggest names in hip-hop. With features by Fivio Foreign, Lil Baby, DD Osama, and more, the rap star’s trendy sound is amplified by the star power of his peers. As a result, the new album has become one of the year’s best.

Quavo & Destroy Lonely Are “Potato  Loaded”

Quavo sometimes releases songs with deeper meanings, but now he is venturing into Destroy Lonely’s realm. The Migo has been on a roll lately as he preps his third album. 

Polo G Fly The “Cloudy Sky”

After burning rubber in “SORRYS & FERRARIS,” the Chicago star reflects on finding success without compromising who you are. Another great story from his Hood Poet

Sauce Walka Shows Us What “1 AM In Houston” Is Like

Houston star shares his perspective of the city during the twilight hours. If you love Drake’s view of the H-Town, you’ll find Walka’s point of view irresistible. 

Yung Miami & Skilla Baby Say “CFWM”

Yung Miami has released a new track featuring one of the hottest new artists in the game right now, amidst all the controversy. Regardless of the controversy, the song will make you eager to hear more from the City Girl. 

LunchMoney Lewis Delivers “Rain or Shine”

LunchMoney Lewis, Nicki Minaj and City Girls producer, wrote a Hip-Hop / R&B-influenced track to help us believe that things will get better, even when everything feels hopeless. “In light of everything going on in the world, I’ve been in a very tough place creatively about what I wanna write about,” said Lewis. “Seeing so many innocent lives taken pushed me to make something that gives people hope in some fashion, rain or shine. We will continue to push love and love only, even in the face of darkness.”

DThang Goes At “Many Opps”

The South Bronx rap star pays tribute to 50 Cent and shares his own plan to get rich or die trying. He and his crew then head to South Beach with their fancy cars and lots of tequila. Back in, he is ready to turn heads in and out of the Five Boroughs with his hard-nosed rhymes. 

GloRilla & Megan The Stallion Ain’t The “Wanna Be” As Ehhthang Ehhthang

The soundtrack to their new challenge, an infectious twerk collaboration, takes fans back to the “FNF” days before they hit the road. Like GloRilla’s new album, ehhthang is ehhthang with this one.

PartyNextDoor Made Me “L O S E M Y M I N D”

The seductive track samples DMX’s “Party Up (Up in Here).” You definitely can’t for P4 after you hear this. 

Consequence Pops Up On The Radar, Twice

Con has been a terror since the public school era. This artist delivers a two-for-one special with top-tier lyricism, undeniable swag, clever wordplay, and prestige. Fans old and new will be digging through his catalog after this. What are you waiting for? Check out his catalog already.

Latrell DeSean Is A “Villain” From The Block

The first performance after FTB’s partnership with Sparta is as hard as a kick in the head by a rodeo horse. The Lone Star delivers a catchy auto-tune story that seamlessly weaves heartbreaking women, street life, therapy, church, Top Golf, surfing space, and more in just three minutes. According to the sea of fire emojis in the comment section, Latrell DeSean is a star on the rise similar to that rapper who had us addicted to “The Race.”

J$PH Brings Familly Out For The “Imperfect Love” From The Block

It’s a Proud Family moment on the block as the rapper showcases his wife and kids in a three-minute freestyle that preaches unconditional love and what it takes to sustain it. “This song is an intimate glimpse of two people fighting for love,” said J$PH. “It’s not a fairytale type of love. It gets ugly, but if you don’t give up, it makes for an ‘Imperfect Luv’ story.”

Young Miller Tha Don Pays Homage To Gucci’s “Lemonade”

With Miller World coming, Master P’s nephew channels old Gucci with the infectious beat and captivating lyrics. He quickly established himself as a force to be reckoned with in the industry as his track reached the top 5 on iTunes hip-hop charts.