New Music Monday | $NOT, SleazyWorld Go, ØHENRY, and Fat Money

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Start your week off right with new music from some of your favorite artists in the game.

$NOT – 5AM

$NOT is mobbing outside at “5AM.” In the NOTACHANCE directed video, the hooded emcee parades through a quiet neighborhood in a supercharged roadster, driving off into the night like he owns the block. The video closely follows the release of $NOT’s third studio album, Ethereal, which has since amassed over 100M global streams. As he’s gearing up to hit the road for the East Coast leg of Limp Bizkitt’s Still Sucks Tour [kicking off this Spring], $NOT continues to prove that he’s capable of the unexpected, stretching beyond the limits of your average rapper. 

SleazyWorld Go – Sleazy Flow

SleazyWorld Go is shining a new light on Kansas City hip-hop. The “Sleazy Flow” creator has taken social media by storm for the virality of his hit single, which has received social support from both Lil Baby and Lil Nas X. Within the last week, he’s covered a lot of ground across streaming platforms, earning a top ten spot on Spotify’s Viral Chart and SoundCloud’s US Chart. Of course, according to the laws of social media, having a viral moment means that you’re one step closer to becoming a superstar. And with a solid body of work in pocket, it’s exciting to see what lies ahead for SleazyWorld Go. 

ØHENRY – My Turn To Be King

ØHENRY is coming for the throne. His new album [My Turn To Be King] covers love, lifestyle, and introspection through an r&b-tinged lens. The 15-track project takes deep dives into the world ØHENRY’s words have created, showcasing his prowess as an artist holistically. MTTBK is rooted in the Oakland crooner’s Nigerian roots, drawing its title from ØHENRY’s last name Oyekanmi, which means “next to be king.” This album provides listeners with a medley of singsong tracks from across the music genre spectrum, seamlessly weaving through contemporary r&b, soul, and hip-hop. 

Fat Money – Part 1: Introskii & 400 Degrees

Chicago’s Fat Money is coming in hot. His new video for “Part 1: Introskii & 400 Degrees” is a two-for-one special, consolidating two of his Cardo Got Wings-produced singles into one cinematic experience. From quitting his job at a burger joint, to setting his own home on fire, Fat Money is bringing the heat in a very literal sense. With a wordplay-led approach, he’s notched co-signs from Kanye West, and even lent a pen to Pusha T and Antonio Brown, quietly making a name for himself in the music space. 

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Derrius Edwards
Derrius is a music industry professional with experience in content strategy and editorial writing, sharing relevant and resonating stories as a conduit for hip-hop culture advancement.

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