Here’s a roundup of new music from Chris Brown, Mulatto and more upcoming stars including Warner Records newest signee, CJ.
Chris Brown and Young Thug recruited Mulatto, Lil Durk, and Future for a star-studded remix to their Slime & B hit “Go Crazy.”
Lil Durk hopped on the remix to another hit song making airwaves around the world. To amp up her buzzing single, “No More Parties,” Atlanta rapper Coi Leray tapped the Chicago native to rap about elevating their careers, while Durk speaks on his relationship with longtime girlfriend, India Royale.
“I’m different when it comes to trust / Yeah, I’d never leave my bros / Voice of the streets plus Me and India relationship goals,” raps Durk.
Up next, Long Island rapper CJ shares his debut album, Loyalty Over Royalty, featuring his BillboardHot 100 single “Whoopty” and hot track “I’m Lit” with New York rapper French Montana.
Trippie Redd joined forces with former Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker to executive produce his new album, NEON SHARK vs Pegasus, a deluxe version of Trippie’s 2020 album Pegasus. The 14-track project caters to Trippie’s rap-rock style, boasting appearances from rockstar Machine Gun Kelly on the track “Red Sky.
While speaking with Shirley Ju on her YouTube show, Shirley’s Temple, Trippie explained the deluxe title was inspired by one of his favorite rock bands, Deftones, and their 2000 album, White Pony.
“I like the fact that they used…some type of animal to symbolize what they felt on the album. So, I made a rock album called, Neon Shark. It was supposed to be its own album, but I was like, I’mma make it the deluxe for Pegasus.”
By Rachel George
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