All The Best New Music From This Week That You Need To Hear

This post was originally published on this site

Top HipHop Uproxx

It can be difficult to keep up with the latest music. can be exhaustingand sometimes impossible. Between each week’s new album release to singles that are released each day The amount of music released is so huge it’s possible for something to be missed. Following the Uproxx recommendations on a regular basis is a lot to ask for, so every Monday we’ll offer this roundup of the best new music to be released this week.

This week, Quavo and Takeoff bring a fresh twist in their ongoing Migos drama, and then Alvvays drop what is likely to be one of the best year-end indie albums. It was definitely an excellent week of new music. Take a look at the highlights below.

For more recommendations on music you can check out our Listen to This section along with the Indie Mixtape and Pop Life newsletters. You can also check out our Uproxx the HQ Spotify playlist that is updated daily with the latest music, near the end of this article.

Quavo and Takeoff — “Messy”

It’s clear that Migos continues to be an Offset-free two-man band The group last week released the album Only Built for Infinity Links the first album as two members (which is credited to them as a duo, but not Migos). One of the tracks that has raised eyebrows from the album includes ” Messy,” in which Quavo is said to deny the rumors that there was a relationship with Offset and Saweetie “B*tch f*cked my dog behind my back but I ain’t stressing / You wanted the gang you should’ve just said that, we would’ve blessed you.”

Alvvays — “Velveteen”

Alvvays have a smash in their sights with their recently released new album Blue Rev (it’s the highest-rated album from their discography, as per the Metacritic review). In the review on the album, Uproxx’s Steven Hyden calls “Velveteen” “one of the album’s best songs” and adds, “Alvvays even take on the arena-style synth-rock look of another former collaborator of Shawn Everett’s The Killers, with unprecedented style and swagger. ”

Carly Rae Jepsen — “The Loneliest Time” Feat. Rufus Wainwright

Carly Rae Jepsen has been delivering top-quality pop for more than a decade and even more is scheduled to hit the shelves shortly with her forthcoming album The Loneliest Time. The album’s title track is ironically the only track that features the inclusion of the fellow Canadian fan Rufus Wainwright. The track dropped this week, and is an upbeat duo with the energy and fun arrangement.

Jazmine Sullivan — “Stand Up”

Till the new biopic on civil rights pioneer Mamie Till-Mobley, has just hit theaters right now. Jazmine Sullivan was one of the actors in bringing the film to life. Her contribution was made through the soundtrack cuts ” Stand Up,” an emotional music track with a moving beat that echoes the film’s theme of determination in the face of hardship.

Willow — “Ur A Stranger”

We’re just coming from a Willow weekend. Shortly after she released her latest album Coping Mechanism and announcing her appearance as the guest musical during Saturday Night Live. One of the tracks she performed was the single she released to coincide with the release: ” Ur A Stranger,” an powerful track accompanied by the reverberations of a metal guitar as well as Willow’s passionate vocals.

Charlie Puth — “Loser”

In the build-up to the release of Charlie, Charlie Puth has been determined to make it clear as is possible how fragile his forthcoming album is. Indeed, several single tracks do so including “Loser,” which Uproxx’s Megan Armstrong describes in her review of the album as Review as “soaked in self-loathing and blame for someone leaving.”

Fred Again.. — “Kammy (Like I Do)”

UK producer Fred Again… is on the rise lately, and is currently working on Real Life 3. (January 1 to September 9 2022), his third album since the beginning of 2021 and due out at the end in the middle of September. The album was first revealed this week by releasing ” Kammy (Like I Do),” an upbeat track that he claims it’s “about diving further and further down into something that alienates you from everyone around you.”

Kali — “Bout U”

In the summer of 2018, Kali was included in the XXL‘s Freshman Class of 2022 and with great reason. She lived beyond the expectations this week when she released ” Bout U,” and Uproxx’s Danielle Chelosky notes “the track has a booming bass on top of which Kali repeats the title with an addictively infectious melody in her signature whisper-rap voice for which listeners love her.”

Gryffin and Tinashe — “Scandalous”

Following his debut album Gravity (which was a top seller on his US dancing charts), Gryffin has a new album, Alive, due out in 2019. On the newest track, “Scandalous,” he has Tinashe to take over the singing lead, with her voice blending with the catchy and rhythmic instrumental to propel the song forward.

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie — “B.R.O. (Better Ride Out)” Feat. Roddy Ricch

It’s been almost 3 years since the release of Artist 2.0, but A Boogie is releasing a new album in the works at last. The album Me Vs. Myself is due out in around an entire month and features the band reuniting with their frequent collaborator Roddy Ricch for “B.R.O. (Better Ride Out),” on which each of them takes time to reflect and cherish the friendships that they feel fortunate to enjoy.

Certain artists featured in this article include Warner Music artists. Uproxx is an unincorporated affiliate that is part of Warner Music Group.

Ever ask yourself, where can I find Hip-Hop news? Want to find all the Hip-Hop news in one place? Want to get all the news from Uproxx and many other top Hip Hop news sites? Only want to look for up to date news in one site?

Look no further than TopHipHopNews !!!! The one stop shop for all your Hip Hop news. Bringing in the top Hip Hop news sites in one location. Follow on Twitter and keep the conversation moving!

Like, Share, Follow and subscribe to TopHipHopNews everywhere and tell everyone you know that is the best place to get your Daily Dose of Hip Hop news.


Uproxx All The Best New Music From This Week That You Need To Hear Top HipHop

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

%d bloggers like this: