New Musical Fridays have arrived again. This week there’s a debut album from a flawless, chart-topping rapper, an LP by a Californian spitter, and a project on one of New Orleans’ own.
Lil Nas X releases his very first LP, Montero, titled after itself. The album, which Nas X revealed via social media as a therapeutic business, was first announced on August 25. At that point, he tweeted about the upcoming release: “Making this album has been therapy for me. I have learned to give up trying to control people’s perceptions of who I am, what I can. do and where I will be. I realized that the only opinion of me that really matters is mine. A few weeks later, many advertisements started appearing on billboards, presumably in Los Angeles, promoting from the Georgia rapper’s debut album, which contains features of Jack Harlow, which appears on the LP’s lead single, “Industry Baby”, – Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat, iconic British artist Elton John and more.
Sacramento, Calif. Rapper Mozzy is releasing his second album this year, Untreated trauma. Continuing its joint effort to create bulletin boards, Community service, starring fellow west coast rapper YG, Mozzy’s latest features laid-back bars that epitomize his experiences as he fits into life. The 10-track album features appearances from EST Gee, Babyface Ray, Kalan.FrFr, YFN Lucci and more. Untreated traumaThe first single from “Straight to 4th” returned on September 9th.
Curren $ y, one of the kings of smoking music, releases his collab album, Rolex assorted, with international producer Kino Beats. First revealed earlier this month, with five more offerings to come, the veteran NOLA rhymer has 11 new songs, one of which has a feature with DeJ Loaf. Rolex assorted is the fourth Spitta project to arrive this year. In June it comes out Welcome to Jet Life Recordings 2 with artists on his label Jet Life. He also delivered Financial district in April and Recovering agency in February.
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