Summer Walker, Skepta, Chlöe, Busta Rhymes + More New Music You Have Missed This Week

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Cardi B had the world debating women’s hip hop after making her return with “Like What.” Drake’s upcoming remix for 4Batz’s “act iii: date @ 8.” is highly anticipated. Lots of new music that needs attention is being shared on social media this week.

From Summer Walker creepin’ around to Busta Rhymes’s return to a classic to Skepta showing off his fashion expertise, here’s a complete rundown of new music you might have missed this week.

Sexyy Red & Summer Walker Creepin On The Down Low In “I Might”

When St. Louis meets Atlanta, it’s a ghetto love story as these two new besties plot and scheme about their relationships with side pieces. Sexyy Red and Summer Walker are two of today’s hottest artists. The new collaboration is an instant classic.

Busta Rhymes & Young Thug Are “Ok”

One of the breakout tracks from Busta’s latest album, the A.I.-made Young Thug feature takes us all over the universe. Busta’s unique video propels his legacy to another groundbreaking level. Along with Young Thug, Busta’s 10th album features DaBaby, BIA, T-Pain, Coi Leray, and many more.


Skepta Is “Tony Montana”

Ahead of his Coachella performance, Skepta lives out his mafia dreams as he raps about his own immigrant success story. He is one of the most influential recording artists in global music, and his latest work cements this claim.

Chlöe Hits The Beach Of Love With “FYS”

Chlöe Bailey begins campaigning her sophomore album with the latest single. She flaunts her self-empowering personality and curvy frame at the beach, giving a taste of her new musical era. Her next project promises to be a game-changer.


Ryan Destiny Returns With “How Your Hands Feel”

As one of the most sought-after artists in today’s R&B, Ryan Destiny shares an emotionally driven pop-fused track about connection. The song features strong vocals and infectious beats that highlight the artist’s artistic growth. “This is a world I’ve seen since I recorded the song,” she said. It’s a different step into my womanhood and sensuality. Something that feels true to me with a splash of a side I haven’t shown before.”


BossMan DLow Is “Mr Pot Scraper”

BossMan Dlow is the hottest new artist in hip hop after his hit song “Get In With Me” went viral at the top of the year. The new single is an instant success with over five million streams and reaching the top 5 on the YouTube music charts immediately. The new music video showcases a hustle-hard ethos as he sets up shop in New York City with assistant chefs, a pet pitbull, and stacks of money.


Spice 1 Nabs Snoop Dogg, Rick Ross, & Q Bosilini For Some “Gangsta Shhh”

Rap O.G.s unite for a hard-hitting new track in support of Spice 1’s upcoming album. Raw and uncut, the song vents on the complexities of street life. Want to relive the glory days of 90s hip-hop, look no further than this triple OG.


Gucci Mane’s Lil Rye Is A Savage In Women’s DMs On “Hey Sexyy”

Li Rye has been on fire since joining 1017. The Mobile, Alabama rap star spits bravado lyrics at a gas station and then transitions to Rye partying in the studio surrounded by girls while dissing his rivals. This is another great addition to the popularity surrounding Rye’s debut album, released in December 2023.


Tago Takes Us Back To The 90s Like “D.A.M.N.”

An acronym for “Determined and Motivated N**ga,” the Dallas artist’s latest effort is born out of the struggles and challenges that they faced on the journey to success. He hypnotizes with his storytelling over neo-soul, which is raw, nostalgic, and catchy.  “Music speaks to the soul and makes you want to move and dance,” said Tago.

Glamma Rose Loves Being “In The Heat”

Rose tells a steamy love story over the 50 Cent classic, “Window Shopper.” Caught up in the moment, the rising star delivers a POV performance that will leave you speechless. “This song is an ode to guilty pleasures. It’s the, so wrong but feels so right, emphatic, raw, expression of living in the moment and loving every second of it,” said the Sin City vocalist.

Honey Bxby Taps Busta Rhymes For Remake of “Touchin”

Honey Bxby takes us back to the mid-2000s with her new Busta Rhymes-sampled hit, “Touchin.” Bussa Bus refreshes the classic with a new verse and co-sign of the new artist. The new track follows the Honey’s previous hit, “F*ck Him Too.”