Summer is officially here, time for the family cook-outs, and long walks in the park. The time of the year where you find kids and adults playing in the fire hydrants. However, I should tell you playing in the water is not a good idea just ask your local fire department. No matter what you decide to do this summer keep cool, have plenty of fun and pick out a good playlist (mines preferably).
Tyler The Creator-Call Me If You Get Lost
Summertime is also time for dope music. Kicking this week off is Tyler the Creator’s new album, ” Call Me If You Get Lost”. This is Tyler’s sixth studio album, his lead single “Lumberjack” has been on the rise since he announce the rollout for his latest project.
Tyler is definitely not lost on aesthetics, with his album cover donning him as an authorized traveler. The cover puts you in mind of Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s “Return to the 36 Chamber”. The project also features DJ Drama picking up his role as the Gangsta Grill’s mixtape host. One thing is for certain, Tyler will take us on adventure with his rap skills and knack for great soundscapes.
Curren$y-Welcome to Jetlife Recordins 2
Curren$y has been one of raps most consistent artist throughout the years. Releasing project after project and garnering one of the best fan base in this country. Curren$y is setting out once again to showing the power of his value.
“Welcome to Jetlife Recordings 2” is a compilation of Curren$y’s favorite New Orleans artist. The project is 14 tracks of that JetLife sound accompanied by the JetLife chief himself. Expect to hear that signature Curren$y flow in combination with his team of rising artist.
Juicy J-The Hustle Still Continues (Deluxe)
Juicy J has been a staple in the rap world for over 2 decades. Throughout rap you can hear Juicy J’s production and influence all over. From artist such as Megan Thee Stallion, to Memphis emerging artist Duke Duece, you can hear that menacing, hard thumping sounds of Juicy J’s influence on rap.
Juicy J’s “The Hustle Still Continues” is a deluxe edition of the “The Hustle Continues”. The deluxe edition features several new songs including the rising hit “Take It” featuring Rico Nasty and fellow 3-6 Mafia’s Lord Infamous, and “Tell Em No” featuring Pooh Shiesty. From the young to the old you can be sure to hear Juicy J banging in the streets and in the club.
Check out all this week new music entries by listening to #EnforcerFridays below. Don’t forget to hit the like button too, peace and have a good weekend.
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- New Music Friday: Vince Staples, Femme It Forward, Indiana Rome - Friday, July 9, 2021