Breezing through the loads of new music dropped over this past week, THEREWXNDZ Music team has put together a weekly highlight of all the top newbies in Hip-Hop.
"Big Scarr - Joe Dirt"
"Big Yavo - Rich"
Buzzing Alabama rapper Big Yavo has delivered his latest visual to the newly released single "Rich." Adding to his list of hits, the Alabama rapper debuted his latest visual which premiered on artist's official YouTube channel.
"Key Glock - Move Around"
After teaming up with Hip-Hop's Mega-star Young Dolph to showcase their inimitable chemistry, humor, and of course, hard-hitting bars, rapper Key Glock has returned with an all new visual to his "Move Around" track.
"Kodak Black - Easter in Miami"
Kodak Black has shared a new song called ‘Easter In Miami' alongside new music video.
The track is the latest the rapper has released since he was freed from prison following his pardon from Donald Trump.
“I ain’t no chico, but they call me Felipe, yeah,” he raps on the freestyle-like track. “I copped the rollie ain’t nobody else had.” Later, he boasts: “I’m superior.”
"Tory Lanez - Band A Man"
Rapper Tory Lanez recently broke his silence on the death of legendary rapper DMX, reminiscing on the fact that he had just run into the musician in the weeks before his death. Now the Canadian rapper returns with new single and music video for his latest, "Band A Man" track.
"Polo G - RAPSTAR"
Oscillating between a flashy lifestyle and a troubled romance, Polo G reflects on success, money and fame in his music video for "Rapstar."
"YXNG K.A - WHY WOULD I feat. Lil Durk"
From releasing his first song titled “Forever Committed” to signing to Interscope a few months later, the East Coast spitter is proof that dreams do come true as long as you work hard and stay passionate.
"MO3 ft. YFN Lucci - Lit"
The real never truly die, and late Dallas rapper Mo3‘s friends and collaborators are intent on making sure that’s the case with his legacy as well. Just last week, the performer’s posthumous album Shottaz 4 Eva hit the shelves, with that a couple new videos from H$M Records — including the YFN Lucci-featuring “Lit” — already getting the music video treatment thanks to footage filmed prior to Mo3’s death.
"Duke Deuce - Back 2 Back"
Duke Deuce drops his new video for “Back 2 Back” off his dynamic DUKE NUKEM album. The video co-directed by Duke himself, Wavybone, and Jay Cee, finds Duke in true Memphis fashion donned in all black crunk dancing on tables as if he’s leading his crew into battle. DUKE NUKEM was praised by the likes of Stereogum, COMPLEX, Lyrical Lemonade, Pitchfork which rated it at 7.7, in addition to many more outlets.
The bombastic album features all the hallmarks of Duke’s gritty style, from his booming ad-libs to his aggressive delivery, as well as winning appearances from Offset who is credited for discovering Duke, A$AP Ferg, recent collaborator Mulatto, Young Dolph, and more.