‘Money’ by Cardi B is a groovy laid back song with stimulating hip hop beats. It should gets fans hooked immediately.
Cardi B debut LP produced five singles: “Bodak Yellow,” “Bartier Cardi,” “Be Careful,” “I Like It,” and “Ring.” She guested in recent months on singles by Rita Ora, Jennifer Lopez, and DJ Snake. The summer also saw Cardi’s relationship with Nicki Minaj escalate into a bonafide near-brawl; Nicki goes unmentioned on “Money.” The Bronx rapper’s three-month old daughter Kulture does receive a shout-out. You can listen to Cardi’s new song below.
Lil Pump called “Arms Around You,” featuring Swae Lee & Maluma. The song was first teased by Skrilez on Instagram last night, where he tagged all the artists in the clip, and revealing that the song was dropping today, October 25th, and alas here it is.
Earlier this year, Swae Lee released SR3MM alongside his brother Slim Jxmmi. The duo recently finished up a co-headlining tour alongside Wiz Khalifa. Post Malone, meanwhile, is coming off his recently released and massively successful Beerbongs & Bentleys album and is also dealing with possibly being Final Desination-ed. Both Post Malone and Rae Sremmurd appear on our 51 Best Songs of The Year So Far list.
Future aims to bring back his romantic side with a brand new single with breakout rapper Juice WRLD. “Fine China” is a light and bouncy attempt at a bombastic love song that takes a few uncomfortable and cloying turns mostly thanks to Juice WRLD, who is essentially rap’s version of Simple Plan. The Wheezy-produced record might appeal to you more if you’re into syrupy-sweet party records and don’t worry too much about lyrical content.
Yella Beezy enlisted a group of his favorite Atlanta rappers for a massive posse cut on the remix to “That’s On Me.”
The remix has 2 Chainz, T.I., Rich The Kid, Boosie Badazz, Jeezy, and Trapboy Freddie in the cut, providing a touch of their signature style in their verses. The song was shared to Yella Beezy’s SoundCloud page with 2 Chainz starting off the first verse. Tip comes in later to be followed up by Rich’s distinctive vocals. Boosie, Jeezy and Freddie all do their thing here as nobody is a weak link in the remix.