Music sometimes can be a touchy subject, don’t believe me just ask any fan of hip hop who their top five is. Earlier this week I caught wind of Dee -1 comments on Sway in the Morning about “disappointing grown ups,” challenging Jim Jones, Rick Ross, and Meek Mill about their “lyrical content,” and the hypocrisy in the music industry. Though I don’t have all the answers, I challenge myself and the readers of this article to think how hip hop could change.

That being said, music is subjective to the person that is listening and we all have opinions. Hopefully this challenge will have us to examine the unbalanced and lack of diversity in the music played on the airwaves and pushed from corporate media outlets. With sales down in hip hop genre maybe we could see some changes coming sooner than later.

Rick Ross & Meek Mill – Too Good to Be True

It’s been some time since Rick Ross and Meek Mill done a track together. The two have teamed up for their joint collaboration Too Good to Be True. The project features 17 tracks, and features guest appearances from Wale, Fabulous, Future, Teyana Taylor, French Montana, The Dream, Jeremih, and Vory.

Larry June & Cardo – The Night Shift

Larry June has linked up with Cardo once again on their latest colloboration The Night Shift. June and Cardo have proven over time with their success that The Night Shift should have fans lining up once again. The guest features for the project include ScHoolboy Q, 2 Chainz, The Alchemist, Too Short, Payroll Giovanni, Pezzy, and St. Louis own Jordan Ward featured on “Won’t Wait.”

BJ The Chicago Kid – Gravy

Chicago’s very own BJ The Chicago Kid is here with his new album Gravy. The 15 track project produced by Yeti Beats features guest appearances from Coco Jones, Chloe, Robert Glasper, Freddie Gibbs, Phillip Bailey of Earth, Wind, and Fire, and Andra Day. Songs worth checking out the album include “Never Change,” “Smoke Break,” “Crazy Love, and “Spend The Night.”

Enforcer Friday Playlist

Please be sure to check out the playlist for the rest of the new entries this week. As always be safe and have fun weekend.

Elvin Chambers