Music has remained the one constant facet of entertainment that has managed to unify the world during unprecented times. From Moneybagg Yo’s whimsical sense of humor to bbno$ & Diamond Pistols’ perfect breakup song, here’s a brief overview of some content that needs your immediate attention.
Moneybagg Yo — “Time Today“
BREAKING NEWS – Moneybagg Yo’s whimsical sense of humor champions his brazen disposition. Thematically speaking, the Memphian hitmaker left no stone unturned in an effort to confront internet thugs and naysayers alike. Today, he released the music video for “Time Today” – finding Bagg in a series of televised shenanigans aimed towards addressing unwarranted rumors. Directed by Ben Marc, Bagg partakes in a press conference to make his message loud and clear, “I just looked at my wrist I got time today, f**k it I’m crossing the line today.”
03 Greedo — “Substance (We Woke Up)” feat. Wiz Khalifa
Interesting enough, 03 Greedo’s influence has amplified during his time in prison. Pairing up with Taylor Gang frontman Wiz Khalifa for the soundtrack to good drugs and bad decisions, “Substance (We Woke Up)” is a romantic ballad with a lo-fi aesthetic. This atmospheric beat is perfect for the duos drug induced arrangement: Greedo’s sticky vocal runs and Khalifa’s cloud nine approach blends well with Beat Boy’s languid production on wax.
bbno$ & Diamond Pistols — “Help Herself”
bbno$ (pronounced “baby no money”) finds comfort in falling out of love on beat. Opting to take things slow, “Help Herself” is the perfect breakup song. The Vancouver rep wallows over Diamond Pistols‘ soothing guitar riffs, creating a palpable sense of despair that’s universally embraced. After all, misery loves company, right?
Anuel AA & Ozuna — Los Dioses
Los Dioses is the No.1 Latin Album in the U.S. The powerful team-up between Anuel AA & Ozuna was eagerly anticipated by both artists’ mushrooming fanbases. Still basking in the success from past collaborative efforts (“Adicto”, “China”, “Cambio”, “BEBE” and more), these two greats have long cemented their position on Latin music’s A-list of recording artist royalty. Los Dioses finds Anuel AA and Ozuna elevating each other to new heights and unprecented versatility, resulting in the perfect balance of risk and reward to compliment their trendsetting ways.
Wacotron — “Take Off”
Pick Six Records latest signee Wacotron is ready to “Take Off” in T-minus…NOW. The rising Texas rapper has been referenced as Southside’s (808 Mafia) protégé – who’s also responsible for the production behind his recent banger. In a daring attempt to make a way out of the lifestyle that so many tend to glorify – for some odd reason – “Take Off” personifies truth through Wacotron’s unrushed flow.