OUR FAVORITE NEW MUSIC RELEASED in MARCH
Hey there, hip-hop fans! This month has been exciting for the genre, with some notable releases you will want to hear. Whether you’re a fan of old-school hip-hop, trap beats, r&b, or something in between, there’s something for everyone. From rising stars to established veterans, these releases showcase the incredible talent and diversity within the hip-hop community. So, please put on your headphones, turn up the volume, and let’s dive into some of the hottest hip-hop releases of the month! And in case you missed it, check out some notable music from February.
Curren$y, Jermaine Dupri – “Essence Fest”
“Essence Fest” combines two rappers with laid-back flows from different generations. The outcome is something new for Curren$y: a possible club banger. Jermaine Dupri, however, is no stranger to banging hits.
Dreamville – Creed II OST (with EARTHGANG, Buddy, Ant Clemons) – “Jack”
The Creed III Original Soundtrack presents a treasure trove of “I got just what you need” music, as lyrics from “Jack” suggest. The album was created by Dreamville, J. Cole’s record label, resulting in a surprisingly cohesive set of songs.
JPEGMAFIA, Danny Brown – “Garbage Pale Kids”
“Garbage Pale Kids” is the most fun nightmare I’ve ever experienced. Read more about the album “SCARING THE HOES.”
Rugby Wild – “WhatchuCallThat”
Rugby Wild’s Slaps! is loaded with good vibes. Every track does, in fact, slap. Whether it is excellent beats, dynamic flows, or actual lyrical content, this album has it. “WhatchuCallThat” features a dreamy horn sample and Rugby doing what he does best: playing both sides.
JELEEL!, Armani White – “GNARLY!”
Armani White is on a roll with turn-up music. “GNARLY” continues his string of party-starting music. Check out “GOATED” and “BILLIE EILISH” too. And don’t miss Armani White performing in SLC on April 1.
Mach-Hommy, Tha God Fahim – “Bad Hands”
Mach-Hommy, a member of Griselda, releases cryptic, sample-heavy music. “Bad Hands” lightens things up with a light touch.