Hip-hop music comes faster than any other genre. 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, you're getting new music from the new Roddy Ricch record and a hit from French Montana's fresh album.
Roddy Ricch - Peta (Feat. Meek Mill)
Meek Mill was one of the first notable rappers to co-sign Roddy Ricch so it feels particularly triumphant to hear him on Ricch's debut Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial. Peta is a decadent, autobiographical track featuring a potent Mill verse.
French Montana - Wanna Be (Feat. Partynextdoor)
French Montana nabbed one of the biggest hits of his career with the dancefloor-influenced Unforgettable so it makes sense that he tours back to it on his new album MONTANA. Partynextdoor delivers a stunningly smooth hook on this instant hit.
Kranium - Hotel (Feat. Burna Boy & Ty Dolla $ign)
Jamaican artist Kranium recruits two of the best feature artists of the year for Hotel in Burna Boy & Ty Dolla $ign. They all bring their respective styles to the table but it melds beautifully.
Camila Cabello - My Oh My (Feat. DaBaby)
DaBaby has had a flawless year from his two projects to his features. On Camila Cabello's My Oh My he shows he can body any beat, giving a charismatic, bouncy performance on the second verse of this future hit.
Kwame - NOBODY (Feat. E^ST)
Here's the Kwame megahit we've all been waiting for. Showing strong influence from Kanye and Cudi, NOBODY is an ambitious, genre-defying song that towers high even on first listen. E^ST comes through at the tail end for a heartening verse.
Mulatto - Bitch From Da Souf (Feat. Saweetie & Trina)
Atlanta rapper Mulatto has a viral hit on her hands with Bitch From Da Souf and now she's given it an extra boost with the help of Saweetie and Trina. The trio represent different stages and areas of rap, coming together to represent for their hometowns.
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