Nas, Yeat, Chris Brown, Moneybagg Yo, Gunna, + More New Music You Might Have Missed This Week

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Nas is back after the battle between Drake and Kendrick Lamar eclipsed everything in music.

While the war may still rage on, plenty of new music from some of hip-hop’s prominent stars was muted by the war cries of Kednrick’s “Not Like Us” or Drake’s “Family Matters.”

While quiet on both fronts, Taylor Swift and Beyonce are slowly returning to the forefront with new additions this weekend. From Jacquees returning to his Quemix series to Yeat giving fans a new two-piece comb to DaBaby’s consistency, here is the new music you might have missed this week.

Ghostface Killah & Nas Show Us Their “Scar Tissue”

Ghostface Killah’s highly anticipated album, Set The Tone, features a long-awaited collaboration between two of New York’s finest rappers.  With his sharp lyrics, Ghostface still sets the bar high for hip-hop.

Larry June Says “Meet Me In Napa”

He enjoys the peaceful scenery of wine country as he shares his laid-back raps before the release of his upcoming album. This time, he switches from grapes to oranges, but it’s still a feel-good experience from beginning to end.

DaBaby Introduces Himself As A Ghetto Superstar

Rapping like a man possessed since the start of 2024, he just released a three-pack that will prepare fans for his return later this year. If you’re a Baby on Baby DaBaby fan, you won’t want to miss it.

Gunna Logs Onto “whatsapp (wassam)”

Before he hits the road, he shares a vibrant new single with fans that will have the whole balcony rocking. The new song taps into social media trends and continues to showcase his undeniable rhymes. The new album is set for this Summer. 

Moneybagg Yo Is Just “Tryna Make Sure” You Ain’t Forgot

His new album drops later this month. The new song is another hit-making collaboration with Tay Keith, as Moneybagg reassures that his signature sound isn’t going anywhere but to the top of the charts for a long time—just in time for the summer. 

J. Valentine & Chris Brown Unveil The Woes of Bad Woman In “Unlonely”

For their first collaboration, J. Valentine and Chris Brown talk to the bad women as they break down what goes on behind their hard work and dedication. Let R&B money unfreeze that cold heart, ladies. 

Jacquees Quemixes “Fisherrr”

The Atlanta singer returns to a fan-favorite formula to re-establish his place in R&B. Hugely successful in the past; he now has one of the biggest hip-hop songs with his own added touch of love. Once you hear that, “Jacquees sang,” you know it’s a hit. 

Kehlani Shows Us What “After Hours” Is Like

After hours, things get wild in Las Vegas when the Bay Area songstress arrives with her crew. From looking gorgeous poolside to serving the best drinks as the hottest bartender ever, Kehlani’s return is incredible. Great way to begin the campaign for an anticipated album.

Eric Bellinger & Sevyn Streeter “Drop”

As the new album and tour roll on, Eric Bellinger delivers the latest promotional material in the music video for his collaboration with Sevyn Streeter. They show off their mixture of incredible songwriting, dance, and vocal abilities on this new hit like it’s too easy. 

Yeat Rises With ‘King tonka’ Pack

He releases a new two-pack of music to celebrate his chart-topping success. The two tracks are great additions to his February release, 2093. “Heavy stunts” is a new collaboration between Yeat and Don Toliver. 

Mach-Hommy, KAYTRANADA, & 03Greedo Live Like “#RICHAXXHAITIAN”

Mach-Hommy’s new album’s highlight track is about his elusive nature in the music industry. He keeps his identity private, hides his face behind a Haitian flag bandana, and avoids social media. He knows when to emerge and make his presence felt.

Fredo Bang Reveals “Yes, I’m Sad (More Therapy)”

The rap star from Louisiana is on tour to promote the deluxe version of his latest album, which has been praised as his best work yet. It’s packed with new tracks and has been well-received by listeners and critics. The double disc features Rick Ross, Kevin Gates, Rob 49, and NLE Choppa. 

Jae Stephens Pulls Up To Get “Wet”

She has debuted a new era with a sensual video for the upbeat track. Issa Rae’s singer shows off her R&B and pop star skills, serving looks, vocals, and choreography. The video features a futuristic sound and showcases Jae seducing her love interest while getting her car washed.

FTO Sett Drops More Heat In “Push Up”

His latest track proves why he landed a spot on Hov’s list. Hip-hop journalist, Elliott Wilson, admitted he was sleeping on him and is now impressed by his talent. “Push Up” is the perfect origin point to get familiar with this amazing talent. 

Roc Marciano Handles “Bebe’s Kids”

Inspired by the 90s classic, the music video for a track from his latest album, Marciology, features a unique animation style and strong storytelling elements. After four years away, the new music feels like the idolized lyricist never left. 

Fat Yunginn Is “Mad Rich”

After a break, the Dallas rap star returns with a bag to throw in the haters’ faces for counting him out. The song’s catchy hook perfectly accompanies his unfamiliar wordplay. His undeniable style, wardrobe, energy, and blue faces make him one of the year’s greatest comeback stories. 

JS aka The Best Hits The Scene With New “Single”

The song is a fusion of Afrobeats, R&B, Hip-Hop, and Go-Go and revolves around the importance of self-healing before entering a new relationship. The entertainer is equally skilled in front of the camera and in the studio.

Lu’ Says It’s “Over”

He is an Arizona Cardinal by day and a rising Afrobeats star by night. His latest track is a feel-good single that showcases his artistic identity and talent. “Over evokes pure enjoyment and immaculate summer vibes,” he says.

Lil Rye Unleashed In Overkill

The rising star becomes a 2024 contender with an aggressive attitude, slick lyrics, and a unique perspective. The mixtape is full of many fan-favorite tracks such as  “Casualty,” “Banned From Where,” “JB & Rod,” and “26L.” Gucci‘s latest act has become a major attraction on the new roster.