Another month comes to a close just in time for prom and graduation season. For this final Friday of April we got new music from Jack Harlow, and Rum.Gold. We also have new singles from Conway The Machine, plus Gloss Up and up and coming St. Louis artist Sexyy Red have teamed up for a “Check” along with a few more added to the playlist.

Jack Harlow – Jackman

Fresh off the highs of his last album Come Home The Kids Miss You (2022), Jack Harlow is back with a new project. Jackman is the third major release from Harlow in the last 4 years as he looks to add a few more hits under his notch. With DJ Drama backing Harlow it is safe bet to say that you will hear several songs in rotation from his latest. Songs you should check out on the project include They Don’t Love It, “It Can’t Be,” and “Blame On Me”.

Rum.Gold – U Street Anthology

DC native and New York based artist Rum.Gold has dropped his new project U Street Anthology. For those who may not be familiar with Rum.Gold, he is a r&b artist that blends soul and jazz melodies with a touch of pop. This is Rum.Gold’s sophomore release with his first Thicker Than Water released in 2021.

U Street Anthology is a polished and smooth project that you should play while you out on drive enjoying the sunset. The project features a couple of guest features from Kiah Victoria (Forget Me) and Mereba (Water My Heart). Notable tracks you should check out include beside the aforementioned include “AM/FM,” “Forever In a Song,” and “Love & Basketball”.

Gloss Up x Sexyy Red – Check

It’s about time Memphis and St. Louis connected, I’m talking about Gloss Up and St. Louis rising Sexyy Redd. The two of them have linked up for a new single “Check”.

Slum Village – Just Like You

For my mature hip hop heads Slum Village has dropped a smooth track for you all to bop to that includes Larry June and The Dramatics. No need to worry about the odd pairing just put this on and jam to it.

Enforcer Friday

Have a good weekend and don’t forget to hit the like button on the playlist.

Elvin Chambers