What a week... am I right? The girlies did not disappoint and dropped some bangers for you all to vibe to this weekend.
The playlist starts off with the queen of NY herself Young M.A and her newest single "Successful," per usual she drops some bars. Next up we got one of Iggy Azalea's new songs "Sip It" featuring Tyga. She also dropped another song the same day called "Brazil" which isn't on the playlist.
Demi Lovato and Saweetie team up for the perfect collab "My Girlfriends Are My Boyfriend". On the track the girls mention how they don't need boyfriends, only their girls and they are more than fine: "My girlfriends are my boyfriеnd/Ain't nobody know me better/'Til forеver do us 'part."
Bree Runway comes through with a new video and dance song "HOT HOT." The track samples Busta Rhymes' 2005 hit "Touch It." It's not Princess Nokia's fault that she's that b*tch. "Not My Fault" is Nokia's new track and in the video she pays homage to the Puerto Rican OG Jennifer Lopez.
"Miss This" is one of my favorite songs to smoke to off Starrah's debut album "The Longest Interlude". The entire album is a collective you should play while cruising in the car and smoking joints, will definitely set the vibe.
We then switch it up to something more gangsta, Enchanting's new single "Want Sum". On the song she raps about how b*tches be staring at her like they want some, and do these men! This is definitely a track you play when you getting ready to kick some a**.
Leave it to Kayykilo to make you feel like the baddest in the room! Her newest song "ICE" is sure to make you twerk your booty and feel like you can bag anyone (because you can sis).
The playlist ends off with a nice R&B track, "Gold Fronts" by Foushee ft. Lil Wayne is a perfect blend of both artists. "They can’t take these gold teeth/ They can’t take this gold leaf that I just rolled up/They can’t take my gold blunt/Can’t tape my bullet holes up.”
Listen to all the songs below and let us know what you think:
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.