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Drake returns with a new music video filmed entirely at Nike’s Portland, Oregon campus. He tapped Lil Durk and may have revealed his sixth studio album’s title: Certified Lover Boy

Boldy James dropped off his third stellar album this year, enlisting Jay Versace for a cohesive, street-wise project that spans 10 songs and 22 minutes. It begs multiple listens through.

Detroit producer Black Noi$e prepped for Oblivion with the first non-Earl Sweatshirtrelease on Tan Cressida Records. It’s experimental, bold and there isn’t anything else quite like it thanks to melding Detroit techno and J Dilla sensibilities. Features include Earl, Danny BrownZelooperz and more. Elsewhere in the music world, Kali Uchis and Rico Nasty connected for a video that you have to see to believe, from Kali’s first full-length Spanish language album set to debut later this year. 

 Burna Boy returned with a new album and Charlotte Day Wilson collaborated with Syd on a new single.

Drake – “Laugh Now Cry Later” feat. Lil Durk

At 33-years-young, Drake is more than comfortable naming his sixth studio album Certified Lover Boy and introducing said project through a new music video titled “Laugh Now Cry Later.” 

Listen: Spotify/Apple Music

Boldy James & Jay Versace – The Versace Tape

Boldy James just completed his three-peat. Three different producers, three stellar albums all cranked out during the first three quarters of the year. After The Price of Tea in China with The Alchemist and Manger on McNichols with Sterling Toles, Boldy tapped internet meme legend turned stellar producer Jay Versace for The Versace Tape.

Listen:Spotify/Apple Music

Kali Uchis – “Aquí Yo Mando” feat. Rico Nasty

Kali Uchis‘s sophomore record is on the way, and the GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter will be releasing the album as her first Spanish language project. After debuting “Aquí Yo Mando” featuring Rico Nasty, the duo returned for the official music video featuring Rico’s signature rockstar aesthetic amplified throughout with larger-than-life hairstyling and some matching wardrobes. 

Listen: Spotify / Apple Music

Black Noi$e – Oblivion

Detroit producer Black Noi$e has arrived, delivering his new full-length album Oblivion, a 13-track offering that is full of experimental soundscapes spanning multiple genres, eras and moods.

Listen: Spotify /Apple Music

Burna Boy – Twice As Tall

Burna Boy debuted his fifth studio album, “Twice As Tall” today. Clocking in at just over 50 minutes, the 15-track record is executive produced by Sean “Diddy” Combs, Bosede Ogulu and Burna Boy himself, and was mostly recorded in Lagos during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Listen: Spotify / Apple Music

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