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From Stunna 4 Vegas To Mac Miller: 5 Tracks You Should Hear This Week



Stunna 4 Vegas - "Do Dat" feat. Lil Baby & DaBaby


Arriving only hours before his sophomore studio album, Rich Youngin, Stunna 4 Vegas shares "Do Dat." The Bankroll Got It-produced song finds Stunna 4 Vegas linking up with Atlanta's Lil Baby and frequent collaborator DaBaby. The trio is known for making hits so there is no surprise if this record shoots to the top of the charts. It finds each artist reflecting on their timely success and sending shots at their detractors.



Dreamville, Lute, Ari Lennox, Omen, & EARTHGANG - "Revenge" feat. Childish Major & REASON


Dreamville managed to stay consistent the entire year following the announcement of Revenge of the Dreamers III and there's no doubt they'll keep it going this year. "Revenge" arrives on the deluxe version of Dreamville's compilation album. It includes vocal appearances from signees Lute, Ari Lennox, EARTHGANG, Omen and close collaborators Childish Major and REASON. Ari Lennox opens up the track with a haunting chorus while rappers like Lute and Omen flex their lyrical abilities and reflect on their past.


Eminem - "Godzilla" feat. Juice WRLD


Surprise! Eminem just dropped his eleventh studio album with no advance similar to his 2018 release Kamikaze. The 20-track effort contains several features like Young M.A and Don Toliver, but the one that stands out the most is from the late-Juice WRLD. "Godzilla" marks Juice's first posthumous drop and like much of his catalog, it's pretty impressive. " You be in my way? I'ma feed you to the monster / I'm normal during the day, but at night turn to the monster," Juice raps on the chorus.


Mac Miller - "Circles"


We lost Pittsburgh rapper and major influence Mac Miller way to soon. His fifth studio album, Swimming, saw the artistry breaking genre boundaries. Today, his estate shares his posthumous album, which was reportedly supposed to accompany his last effort. On the title track, "Circles," Malcolm shares an emotional ballad about feeling directionless as he searches for a purpose. "Well, this is what it look like right before you fall / Stumblin' around, you've been guessing your direction," he recites. RIP Mac Miller.


Mo3 - "Apartments" feat. Boosie Badazz & Desi Banks


Mo3 is making waves across the states with his new single "Apartments." The Dallas-native recruits Boosie Badazz and Desi Banks, arguably two of the funniest guys on the internet at the moment. Although Desi doesn't spit a sixteen, he does act in a skit for the front and end of Mo3's music video. On the track, Mo3 talks about growing up in the project apartments, ducking trouble, and his hunger for success amongst other things. Boosie,who recently found himself in legal troubles with George Zimmerman, follows up with a verse about his youth and past troubles.