This edition is stacked like the Durant-era Golden State Warriors, smoother than Steph stroke, and has all our faves. 

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This is a slight attempt to wean you a little off that Drake Honestly, Nevermind lemonade with drops by Chris Brown, Lil Durk, YG, and more. Talking about lemonade, Beyonce is still the QUEEN and has Michelle Obama hyping her on Twitter after her latest drop.

Chris Brown – Breezy

After the Afro-infused “Call Me Everyday” (feat. Wizkid) and the visuals to “Warm Embrace”, the Virginia-born rapper dropped Breezy. The first album since Indigo three years ago, the 24-song album has features by Lil Wayne, Lil Durk, Lil Baby, Ella Mai, and H.E.R.

Give it a listen and let us know what you think 

Brent Faiyaz – Price Of Fame

Brent dropped “Price of Fame” this week, an offering from his upcoming album. The brilliant recluse stayed on brand, giving resonating lyrics that tend to stay with you, and keeping you nodding in old R&B fashion.

Lil Durk – 7220 Deluxe

When an artist decides to drop a deluxe album, it’s typically three to six new songs added to the original. Lil Durk added fourteen to the “7720 Deluxe”.

The rapper continues to enjoy a breakout 2022, first with the original 7220 album, then “Riding The Trolling” by Tekashi 69, staying relevant and keeping his eyes on just making music.

Lil Nas X feat. YoungBoy – Late To Da Party

Short, sweet, catchy, and great for shutting out the noise at the beach. 

This collaboration between Lil Nas X and YoungBoy is a continuation of the Nas-BET beef. He sure won’t let that go.

Hopefully, it marks the first of many collaborations from the two hugely successful artists.

YG feat. Tyga, 21 Savage, BIA – Run

Have a listen here.

Roddy Ricch – The Big 3

Fresh out “The Box” is Ricch’s new highly-anticipated EP album. Check it out here: