Here’s a round-up of new rap music to enjoy through the weekend.
From today’s eclectic group of female artists, Kash Doll returns with her new single, “Thumbin.” The Detroit rapper unapologetically flexes about her wealth and success on the hard-hitting track from producers CoalCash Blac and Knox That Wave.
“Look, I’ve been thumbin’ through these hunnids all day / Talkin’ twenty-four hours, don’t forget the four-tre / One thing Kash gotta say, when it come to gettin’ this paper / I don’t play,” she raps.
Up next, Kash Doll will showcase her acting skills in 50 Cent’s new Starz series, Black Mafia Family, premiering later this year.
New York rappers Young M.A. and Fivio Foreign link up in new “Hello Baby” visual from director JL Shot That. The rappers are seen in red and blue rooms, each with their own car and beautiful women in the back seat.
“Hello Baby” is a preview from Young M.A.’s upcoming album, Off the Yak, due out May 21.
Meanwhile, rising star Coi Leray addresses the haters and the naysayers on her new track, “Bout Me,” rapping, “Why they keep talking ’bout me? / Uh, yeah, [why] keep talking, / But they don’t know nothin’ about me.”
“Bout Me” follows Leray’s singles “Big Purr (Prrdd)” with Pooh Shiesty and “No More Parties,” the latter of which she performed during her television debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last month.
Lastly, New York rapper Toosii joined his melodic vocals with DaBaby‘s North Carolina flow on their new track, “Shop.” It was taken from Toosii’s new mixtape, Thank You for Believing, which also features his single, “Back Together” and other appearances from Key Glock and Mulatto.
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