YG, Tems, Bun B, JT, Tommy Richman, Coi Leray + More New Music You Might Have Missed This Week

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With the release of this fourth installment in the self-titled series, PartyNextDoor held headlines for the weekend. Kendrick’s response, plus reactions, dominated front pages around the world. Aside from Tommy Richman’s surprise success, plenty of hot new music went unnoticed.

From Tommy Richman becoming an overnight sensation to Bun B adding tequila with his Trill Burgers to Ken Carson and Destroy Lonely’s uprising, here’s the list of new music you might have missed this week.

YG Is Back & It’s “Knocka”

“Knocka” is the West Coast star’s triumphant return. It’s signature, radio-friendly, and refreshing. The upcoming album will take us back to the krazy times of 2014.

Tems Seranades With “Love Me JeJe”

The new trailblazer continues a fiery path to the top with the latest ballad. The love letter adds to the superstar’s incredible catalog that includes unforgettable songs and undeniable collaborations. 

G-Eazy Remixes “Lady Killers III” 

Gerald releases a new version of his viral hit via RCA Records. The rapper collaborated with veteran producers MD$, Tane, and Goody Grace, as well as his long-time collaborator Christoph Andersson who worked on the original remix.

Dave East & Harry Fraud Take Us “Bacc 2 Harlem”

Harlem prodigal son returns with a groovy collaboration with the phenomenal Harry Fraud. Taking it back to the roots is just what the established hitmaker needed. 

Tommy Richman Is A “Million Dollar Baby”

The new star’s emergence at the top of the charts surprised everyone. “Million Dollar Baby” is the breakout track that paves the way for Tommy to become this year’s brightest star. With trendy rhymes, catchy hooks, and infectious production, this is the hit he’s been waiting for.  

Coi Leray Tells Them You “Can’t Come Back”

As she continues her rebrand, the performer presents a dazzling video and song that adds to her captivating new sound. “Can’t Come Back” cements the upcoming album’s greatness. 

New JT, “Okay”

JT’s solo path is a great comeback story. Check out her latest hit before seeing her on tour. 

Bun B, Billboard, and Tres Generaciones Tequila Pour Get Up Anthems: Houston

Tres Generaciones Tequila and Billboard brought together legendary Houston acts for a discussion called “The Debate.” Bun B, Chase B, and Rocsi Diaz talked with Billboard editors Damien Scott and Catrice Johnson about the significance of songs on the playlist. Here’s what poured out of the conversations.

Devin Malik Loves to Show “PDA”

The new sensation follows up his recent moshpit anthem with his own music, sampling Kendrick Lamar and continuing to emerge into the limelight. He talks dirty in a melodic cadence on the track because of his love interest. The PDA is must-see.

Domani Drops “Sneak”

Atlanta’s rap artist delivers mystic, persuasive lines, paving his own path in conscious rap. It’s only a matter of time before he is identified among the elite.   

Erica Banks Recruits A Man Who Says “I Ain’t Fresh”

Dallas rap star joins forces with viral sensation for a new summer track that exudes confidence and signature style, setting the stage for a triumphant female comeback. Banks’ ride looks like a helluva ride, hop in. 

Poeboy K.P. Breakdown “Lightskin, Darkskin” His Way

“Lightskin, Darkskin,” featuring Nashville artist ReggieBDaBoss, is the highlight of Poeboy K.P.’s buzzing album, Amanda’s Son. Now, immerse yourself in Poeboy’s world, simply hit play and follow him on Instagram for updates and insights into his journey.

Lil Rye Scorches The Earth With “26L”

Gucci’s rising star performs to a raving crowd, rapping about staying true to himself while gaining popularity for his music. Capitalizing on its popularity, Overkill may become the best of the year by a new artist.