Roddy Ricch, Jessie Reyez, Juelz Santana, Meek Mill + New Music You Might Have Missed This Week

INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA – FEBRUARY 02: Rapper Roddy Ricch performs onstage at The Kia Forum on February 02, 2023 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Scott Dudelson/Getty Images)

Roddy Ricch is back and better than ever.

Hip-hop is red-hot, with summertime albums and tours taking off nationwide. As the genre’s biggest stars hit the road, buzzing stars pave their path with new music throughout the week. And the seasonal sound is merely heating up. 

Eminem’s return is around the corner. From Kehlani taking a stance to Mariah Carey‘s continuing superiority to Ferg’s re-emergence, here is a full list of new music you have missed this week. 

Roddy Ricch Addresses “Survivors Remorse”

The hitmaker’s triumphant return reflects the growing pains he has endured with superstardom. The losses reignite the passion missing in his music, and his glory road has awakened the anti-social demeanor that fans fell in love with.

Meek Mill Goes Live At “5AM In Philly”

Last month, Flamez talked about his come-up. Now, for his latest release, he broadcasts the activities around his city in the early morning with a harsh reality flow. Looking at his old surroundings from a different point-of-view, the pain in his bars hits as hard as when the officer slams those doors on the cell. 

Jessie Reyez & Big Sean Tell You “Shut Up”

The beloved recording artist practices release therapy on her latest single, allowing fans to exhibit similar outbursts and feel good about it. Big Sean delivers an undeniable verse-of-the-year candidate guest appearance that will be heavily discussed across social media heading into his upcoming album.

French Montana Shows Us The “Casino Life”

After electrifying the stage at this year’s Summer Jam, the Bronx keeps the momentum with the latest promotion from Mac and Cheese 5. In part 3, Montana revels in his successful run and reminds us how he made himself a King in the Big Apple. He ain’t done yet, from the runway to the mansion to the section. 

Mariah Carey Shares Some New “Portraits”

The Queen revisits a fan-favorite as she promotes a new audible. The track showcases the candid side of MiMi fans aren’t normally treated to. 

Kehlani Stands “Next 2 U”

Preparing for the release of her anticipated upcoming album, the leader of the Tsunami picks a side and rallies others. Using her voice as power, the latest single speaks volumes while encouraging others to rise up.

Larry June Is Living Out His “Dreams”

The Bay Area rap star brings his desires to life with street-savvy maneuvers and ice-cold game. Organic charm. Don’t leave your woman around June; he’s a true player, for real. Ask his homies, for real.

Juelz Santana Settles The “Score”

Santana’s lyricism has always been revered by peers and fans alike. While life got in the way of his prophesied ascension, his return was welcomed with open arms, and in return, he has proven that maturity only made him a more ferocious emcee who hasn’t lost his appetite for greatness.  

FERG Loves His Return “More Than U Know”

Following “MDMX” and “Roemello,” the multi-platinum rap star’s resurgence continues with an awesome freestyle that takes us into his current state of mind. Still witty, sharp, and exciting as ever, the upcoming album is anticipated as one of the year’s best. 

Keke Wyatt’s Return Is “Certified” Greatness

After a seven-year hiatus, the legendary singer returns with an upcoming album, led by a new track about the authenticity of faith and relationships. Produced by Blac Elvis (Usher, Beyonce), the appetizing single delivers a refreshing sound by the always stunning vocalist, making fans hungry for the new album, which drops on June 28.

Veeze Says Get Like Him And “Pop Yo Sh*t”

The up-tempo track, shot in London, is characterized by its eclectic beat and signature flow. He is known for deep-cut references and lighthearted lyricism, with standout instrumentals and unpredictable hooks that make each release essential listening.

C Stunna & Real Boston Richey “Lose Control”

The Fort Myers star (C Stunna) brings his laidback Southern flow while the Tallahassee guest adds his swagger and wordplay on the track. A preview of his upcoming mixtape, the collaboration is layered with high-energy bass that elevates the song to a summer anthem candidate.

B. Alvee Pursues Greatness With Scott Storch-Produced “Storched It”

After teaming up with That Mexican OT for “Yah Yah Yah,” the Kansas City artist heads to Miami to work on a new hit with a legendary producer known for creating classics for major music artists. He seamlessly transitions between Spanish and English in his verses and hooks. As the rising star ascends, this is the perfect origin point for any newfound fan. 

King Chad Displays Unique Story of ‘Francois’

The rising hip-hop star released his highly anticipated album, delighting fans and music enthusiasts with his exceptional lyricism and storytelling. Sampling R&B classics, the project showcases his versatility and growth as an artist.

James Gardin Will Teach Us How To Stunt, “You Got It”

On Wednesday night, Crown Heights was buzzing, thanks partly to the Lansing, Michigan native’s buzzing track about stuntin’. The song’s confident message struts over the funkdafied production, while the magnetic energy will entice the desire to check out more of his work immediately. Get familiar.