The Best New Hip-Hop This Week

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The best hip-hop music of the week includes videos, albums and songs by Quavo & Takeoff, Open Mike Eagle and many more.

As the temperature gets cooler as it gets cooler, the equipment that is the industry of musical entertainment start to slow down in anticipation of the holidays. But that doesn’t mean there’s not new music out. In fact this week we got several new tracks from artists like NLE Choppa, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Nicki MInaj and the other artists below.

Here’s the top hip-hop music this week, ending 7 October 2022.

G Herbo — Survivor’s Remorse: Side A

G Herbo

Chicago’s haunted past comes back with 12 brand new songs which chronicle the traumatic experience of growing up rough and tumble within Chicago’s Windy City. The new album features Herb gets the help with Benny The Butcher, Future, the jailed Gunna as well as Offset (who’s been on a emotional turmoil lately, despite dissociating from Migos their brethren Quavo along with Takeoff).

Grip — 5 & A F*** You


It’s the Georgia combat rapper’s third album release is on his Stray Society label rather than Shady Records, but that does not diminish the horror film aesthetics or interlocking rhymes the basis of which he’s established his fame. “Popular Demand” is a personal favorite of mine, while “Cook Up” is perfect to add to your Halloween-themed playlists for your workout.

Quavo & Takeoff — Only Built For Infinity Links


The most sought-after new release Infinity Links is designed to convince listeners to believe with the notion that “two out of three ain’t bad.” It’s ironic that this track is creating more controversy than it is clearing up, given that Quavo’s inexplicably obscure song of “Messy” has prompted more speculation about the group’s possible breakup than.

Open Mike Eagle — A Tape Called Component System With The Auto Reverse

Open Mike Eagle

There’s been plenty of discussion about this track on Twitter given the lack of publicity it’s received compared to his other work. It’s still the complete Open Mike original from top to bottom, with fun beats and hilarious wrestling references (“I shout ‘Hey!’ similar to how ” The Bushwackers” made your boy think twice). Armand Hammer, RAP Ferreira as well as Video Dave assist.

Rich Homie Quan — Family & Mula

Rich Homie Quan

I don’t know what you’re thinking I was just thinking about where this man has been. He’s probably 10 years removed from his breakthrough single “Type Of Way,” and there’s been a lot of distance between himself and two of his most fervent rivals, Future and Young Thug However, the melodic trap legend has a lot to say and does it in a way that is well-executed on this EP. If he’s ever going to find his feet, this should be the album that will do it for him.

Enny — “Champagne Problems”

Peng gyal Enny has been gradually but surely gaining an audience with her distinctive way of blending street-tough raps with moody R&B aesthetics and a stoic attitude. The three aspects are evident in her newest single in which she exposes one of hip-hop’s most sexist double norms: “If I rap about pussy I’m a sellout?” she asks incredulously. Let’s look toward the day this will cease to be the norm.

Kay Flock — “Geeked Up” Feat. Gucci Mane

It’s no secret that the Bronx drill head is enjoying a stellar year. Following the release of “Shake It,” with Cardi B, Dougie B and Bory300 in April, Kay Flock returns with a new big-name co-signand this time, it’s from trap legend Gucci Mane. Although trap and drill share a lot however, it’s incredibly satisfying to hear Gucci being so comfortable with a totally different sound as well. Kay Flock acquits himself well even though he’s been blown away by his own track two times in the year.

SleazyWorld Go — “Creepers”

The Midwest in general is a wonderful source of menacing but emotional music. Musicians from this region are able to capture the spirit of desperation that comes with being in flyover country and also the get-it-out-of-the-mud motivation that is often the most bleak hope in the near future. Kansas City, Missouri’s SleazyWorld Go is a prank similar to Midwestern neighbours like Polo G however, it is more savage and twisted and evocative of their different however similar situation.

Vado — “Fast Life” Feat. Dave East

Harlemites Vado as well as Dave East link up for an intense, back-andforth game of cipher, which shows some impressive chemical chemistry. Sincere, I would like to have a whole project with the two of them in this manner because they offer … actually even if they’re not the greatest but they do make some very efficient stuff from the other.

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

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