We are starting this week off with the girls Coi Leray and Karlae's new song "I Like" off of Young Stoner Life album. This album is full of artists signed to Thugger's label.
Next in line is Risky by Saweetie featuring Drakeo The Ruler. This is my favorite track off Saweetie's new tape that just came out - Pretty Summer Playlist: Season 1. Every song on the collective is definitely a Pretty B*tch Summer VIBE. WE ARE ready!!!
"Twice" by Asian Doll came out yesterday (4/15) and is a track to make you bop for sure. In the trap song she raps in auto tune "Baby, I'm widdit, we f*ckin or we chillen, I'm c*mming twice". I heard that! HAAAA.
Snow Tha Product is so consistent! Deadass she can do no wrong in my eyes and she's back with a diss track to all you deadbeats on "Child Support". In the track she speaks about how her baby daddy has to be kidding..... talking all that smack and not even supporting his children.
In Due Time, Lakeya's latest project has been making waves. I featured her single from the album on a playlist in the past but I just had to feature her again! In " Poppin" she got Gucci Mane to feature on the track and she drops straight bars "I make him trap all day and tell him bring the profits, I ride his face he love the taste I make him eat it sloppy."
CupcakKe recently shared a music video for this new track "Mosh Pit". She is on a roll, on our last playlist we featured "Mickey" and she's back for more. This track is one to get you in the mood to beat a b*tch! Haha! "Better have on Calvin Klein cause I'm gonna knock you out your denims" ... HEARD YOUUUUU.
"Introvert" by Little Simz is straight heat. She always brings it, and this is the lead single off her highly anticipated upcoming album (9/3), Sometimes I Might Be Introvert. The music video for this song is pure genius and black excellence at it's finest. She raps: “Project with intention straight from my lungs/I’m a black woman and I’m proud one/We walk in blind faith not knowing the outcome/But as long as we unified then we’ve already won.”
H.E.R. has joined forces with Chris Brown for the hottest R&B duo "Come Through"; Brown posted that this is the song of the summer and I couldn't agree more. The song is off H.E.R.'s new album, and she sings "But you should come through tonight / I’m chillin’ on the Westside, boo / Call my homegirl, tell your best friend."
"Level Up" by ppcocaine is the closing of this week's playlist, and it's a great way to end it! The Bankroll-produced single is set up to be like an all girl video game where ya'll beat eachother up in! In the music video she explains it more, and it's pretty much like she's in the video game while rapping. Pretty dope if you ask me!
Be sure to be on the look out next week for another new playlist, and if you or someone you know thinks they should be featured feel free to send music to firstname.lastname@example.org.