This week we got albums from favorites Megan Thee Stallion and Tyler, The Creator, who both released singles to stir anticipation for their projects. Elsewhere, Schoolboy Q released the video for “Floating” from his CrasH Talk album, while Open Mike Eagle and Father lampooned drug-fueled debauchery in the creative video for “Lit.” ASAP Rocky and Ferg also released visuals for “Pups,” while the City Girls celebrated a year in the game with a music video for “Careless.” But here’s the best of the rest that you may have missed this past week:
Goldlink, “Zulu Dreams”
Goldlink collaborated with British-Nigerian producer Maleek Berry and talented singer-songwriter Bibi Bourelly on “Zulu Dreams,” a breezy track where the DMV artist tries his hand at the Afrobeats sound which has been making waves in America.
Ghostface & RZA, “On That Sh*t Again”
Wu-Tang is celebrating 25 years in hip-hop via their Mics And Men Showtime documentary and a Wu Museum pop-up shop in New York. Today they also released an EP of music inspired by Mics And Men, including “On That Sh*t Again,” a song they released yesterday to stoke anticipation for the project. The track harkens to the >Wu-Tang Forever era, as Ghost and the Abbot trade bars over an ominous piano melody and churning drums.
London On Da Track Feat. G-Eazy, City Girls & Juvenile, “Throw Fits”
London On Da Track is staking his claim as a super producer to be reckoned with tracks like “Throw Fits,” where he tabbed G-Eazy, City Girls and Juvenile to do exactly what the title suggests over a New Orleans bounce-inspired soundscape. They also took it down to the N.O. for the colorful, Matt Bauerschmidt co-directed video.