Rap Wrap: The Best New Hip-Hop Of The Week From Lil Pump To Bhad Bhabie

  • Rap Wrap: The Best New Hip-Hop Of The Week From Lil Pump To Bhad Bhabie
    POSTED Feb 01 2019

    Rap Wrap

    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, we're giving you new tunes from Lil Skies and Lil Pump plus that new Theophilus London and Tame Impala jam.

    Lil Skies - Name In The Sand

    Lil Skies keeps the new music coming with another brooding cut Name In The Sand. It's one of the slowest songs he's ever released but what he's lost in tempo he makes up for in woozy, hypnotising vocals.

    Bhad Bhabie - Bestie (Feat. Kodak Black)

    Kodak Black was the one who kicked it all off for Bhad Bhabie as she appeared in his Everything 1K video. Now, they've reunited for the funnest track Bhad Bhabie has ever released. That hit is undeniably strong and you know now you're not gonna be able to turn this off when it comes on. 

    Lil Pump - Racks On Racks

    Lil Pump keeps the hits coming whether you like it or not. Racks On Racks is his first drop for the year and it's a frantic, steam-roller of a track. It's only two minutes long but he fits in more than we thought possible.

    Theophilus London & Tame Impala - Whiplash 

    The grooviest rap song of the week comes from Theophilus London and Tame Impala teaming up once again on Whiplash. The pairing is a match made in heaven and they keep churning out tunes that sound like nothing else in hip-hop right now.

    A$AP Twelvyy - Child's Play

    A$AP Twelvyy was announced on the Groovin The Moo bill this week so it's perfect timing for a new cut. It's not SZA cover but there are plenty of other reasons to get excited about it. It's a subtly soulful jam that showcases Twelvyy's competence as a lyricist.

    Rico Nasty - Roof

    These Rico Nasty loosies keep getting better. Roof is the latest and it's a hard-hitting cut with a militant power. As always, Rico has delivered a glitchy, warped video full of aesthetic brilliance. 

    Keep up with the biggest hip-hop tracks here:

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Rap Wrap

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, we're giving you new tunes from Lil Skies and Lil Pump plus that new Theophilus London and Tame Impala jam.

Lil Skies - Name In The Sand

Lil Skies keeps the new music coming with another brooding cut Name In The Sand. It's one of the slowest songs he's ever released but what he's lost in tempo he makes up for in woozy, hypnotising vocals.

Bhad Bhabie - Bestie (Feat. Kodak Black)

Kodak Black was the one who kicked it all off for Bhad Bhabie as she appeared in his Everything 1K video. Now, they've reunited for the funnest track Bhad Bhabie has ever released. That hit is undeniably strong and you know now you're not gonna be able to turn this off when it comes on. 

Lil Pump - Racks On Racks

Lil Pump keeps the hits coming whether you like it or not. Racks On Racks is his first drop for the year and it's a frantic, steam-roller of a track. It's only two minutes long but he fits in more than we thought possible.

Theophilus London & Tame Impala - Whiplash 

The grooviest rap song of the week comes from Theophilus London and Tame Impala teaming up once again on Whiplash. The pairing is a match made in heaven and they keep churning out tunes that sound like nothing else in hip-hop right now.

A$AP Twelvyy - Child's Play

A$AP Twelvyy was announced on the Groovin The Moo bill this week so it's perfect timing for a new cut. It's not SZA cover but there are plenty of other reasons to get excited about it. It's a subtly soulful jam that showcases Twelvyy's competence as a lyricist.

Rico Nasty - Roof

These Rico Nasty loosies keep getting better. Roof is the latest and it's a hard-hitting cut with a militant power. As always, Rico has delivered a glitchy, warped video full of aesthetic brilliance. 

Keep up with the biggest hip-hop tracks here:

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