- 1 Moneybagg Yo’s new album – Hard to Love
- 2 Metro Boomin’s new album – Spiderman across the Spider-Verse
- 3 Toosii’s new album – NAUJOUR
- 4 NLE Choppa – Champions
- 5 X-Raided – A Prayer In Hell
- 6 Jooney – SHITMUSS
Get ready to experience all that hip-hop has to offer through this week’s selection of fresh tracks set to set off the rap scene, from chart-topping artists to rising stars. Everything is making waves in hip-hop right now, so grab your headphones, turn up the volume, and let’s discover all that hip-hop music is making waves in June’s first week. Feel the rhythm as our collection keeps your speakers humming away – let’s dive right in and discover new Hip Hop songs this week that are sure to get you moving and keep thumping along to what beat is making waves in – no doubt they will keep nodding while keeping speakers thumping along for sure.
Moneybagg Yo’s new album – Hard to Love
Following the Billboard Hot 100 success of his GloRilla-assisted “On What U On” and a minor delay to avoid the splashy release of Taylor Swift’s Midnights (The Til Dawn Edition), Moneybagg Yo has finally unleashed his Hard to Love: Heartless Edition mixtape.
Hard To Love served as Moneybagg Yo‘s first project since 2021’s A Gangsta’s Pain which reached #1 on Billboard 200 chart and featured several Hot 100 hits such as “Wockesha” at #20, Hard for the Next (No 49), Time Today (No 31), among many more.
Hard to Love: Heartless Edition features collaborations with some of Moneybagg’s “favorites,” such as Future, Lil Durk, GloRilla, and Fridayy – to name just a few.
Moneybagg Yo has amassed 27 Hot 100 hits, and five of his projects have made the top ten of the Billboard 200 charts.
Metro Boomin’s new album – Spiderman across the Spider-Verse
Metro Boomin has taken over as executive producer for the Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Soundtrack and has offered glimpses into who will feature on it through Instagram posts and his blog.
On Wednesday (May 24), Metro revealed three features: Future, Don Toliver, and James Blake would make up part of his lineup for the project.
Metro has made headlines for his creative approach in unveiling his lineup by sharing illustrations of each artist in Spider-Man costumes, starting with Don Toliver in a purple custom Spidey suit and writing that “Don Toliver is confirmed for the @spiderversemovie soundtrack available everywhere June 2!!,” as the first reveal.
Future and James Blake appeared later and shared similar posts featuring illustrations of them, all sharing similar captions.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse premieres June 2. Below are Metro’s posts regarding this event.
Toosii’s new album – NAUJOUR
NAUJOUR marks Toosii‘s full-length studio debut following her November 2022 EP Boys Don’t Cry.
Toosii’s self-titled album showcases his intimate relationship with its creation. Years in the making, Toosii stated on this record he’s working on “perfecting [his] craft and striving to be his best self.”
Toosii had teased this album since early 2022 after the release of “Keeper.” She began by posting several viral TikTok snippets, leading her to release its lead single, “Love Is…” as soon as its initial success had been recognized by critics alike.
NLE Choppa – Champions
NLE Choppa released his video for “Champions” Wednesday, featuring appearances by various sports icons ranging from boxing legends Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Mike Tyson to NFL star Odell Beckham Jr. and NBA icon LeBron James.
“Champions,” Choppa’s single from his Cottonwood 2 project, features the 20-year-old training and socializing with various athletic greats such as Nancy Lieberman, Jewell Loyd, Kyrie Irving, as well as Olympic Gold medal swimmer Michael Andrew and LSU women’s basketball star Angel Reese.
X-Raided – A Prayer In Hell
Underground rapper and Sacramento native X-Raided has made headlines recently with the announcement of his highly-anticipated Strange Music debut album, A Prayer In Hell, available now.
As part of his LP release celebrations, X-Raided unveils his innovative and striking music video for “Parasitic.”
It opens with a disturbing scene between Tech N9ne and X-Raided before switching to another type of street tale: young boy witnesses how the gang lifestyle invades individuals like an infection spreading darkness across his neighborhood – becoming caught up in this ongoing conflict while trying to broker peace.
Jooney – SHITMUSS
SHITUMSS by DMV Enigma is an exciting blend of offbeat and hard-hitting tracks featuring instant favorites that epitomize his region’s sound. He shared two new tracks, “SPANKY” and “SPOTUS,” which should make waves within its ranks.
On the Deluxe edition, Joony’s vocals are undeniable on songs like “ALL OVER THE HOUSE,” “SEXY BOUT IT,” and “HOLD ME DOWN,” with his infectious delivery being impossible to resist or deny.
This nostalgically addictive DMV tape, produced by local artists such as Mannyvelli, Spizzle, Dawg Servin, Big Weigh, Turk, Trill800, and 4Days — personifies being “On Shit” or having absolute motion without making pretenses or fronts.
Crafted in the DMV.
Joony is known for delivering powerful performances straight out of their hometown basements; these authentic yet heartfelt performances on SHITUMSS testify to her journey and how far she’s come.
As we end our weekly journey through new Hip Hop songs this week releases, we hope you have discovered some captivating tracks that have reignited your passion for this genre.
From infectious hooks to thought-provoking lyrics, hip-hop continues to push boundaries and capture audiences worldwide – whether longtime fans or newcomers to the scene alike!
These New Hip Hop Songs This Week list showcase immense talent and diversity within hip-hop community, so continue exploring artists you support while staying tuned for what might soon hit the airwaves soon – in the meantime, keep the beats bumping and feel its rhythm!