Hip-hop music comes faster than any other genre in 2018. It's not uncommon for a rapper to drop upwards of three projects a year and while that's great, it becomes increasingly hard to stay on top of it. 'The Rap Wrap' is our attempt to keep you in the know on the weekly. This week, we're hand delivering new tunes from Anderson .Paak and Juice WRLD plus a fresh one from Aussie MC Arno Faraji.
Anderson .Paak - Who R U?
Yes Lawd! Anderson .Paak trades singing for bars on this potent new cut from his forthcoming album Oxnord. This album is shaping up to be a corker.
Bri Stevens - Regrets
Philler rapper Bri Stevens has a Kendrick Lamar co-sign and it's easy to see why with this new cut Regrets. It's a potent trap track that sees her effortlessly flick between rapping and singing.
THEY. - 18 Months (Feat. Ty Dolla $ign)
THEY. have dropped a new project Fireside featuring collaborations with everyone from Vic Mensa to Jeremih. This Ty Dolla $ign cut proves once again why Ty is the best feature artist in the world right now. It's a suave RnB track that's made for the AM hours.
Juice WRLD - Armed & Dangeous
Juice WRLD is one of the breakout rap stars of the year, scaling the charts with his track Lucid Dreams. Now he's dropped a newie ahead of his debut Australian appearance at this year's Falls Festival.
Arno Faraji - Things Change
Arno Faraji is the local MC who took out triple j's Unearthed High last year. He's back with only his second cut of the year and he's got the funk running through his body. Things Change is a moveable jam that'll put you in the right kinda mood.
Fredo - BMT
Fredo is the latest grime sensation in the UK, topping the charts with his last single Funky Friday. He's back with another tune BMT which goes harder, serving autobiographical bars over a haunting beat.
Earl Sweatshirt - Nowhere2go
Earl Sweatshirt is finally back with an introspective jam that details his battles with anxiety and depression. It's wildly experimental but completely refreshing. It's good to have Earl back.
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