Music Review | Kay Flock, Wallie The Sensei, Bas, and J Billz

New Music

Here’s this weeks’ rundown of new music from some of your favorite artists in the game.

Kay Flock, Cardi B & Dougie B – Shake It (feat. Bory300)

Kay Flock delivers a track that echoes the spirit of what the Bronx represents. With “Shake It,” the buzzing rapper recruits Cardi B, Dougie B, and Bory300 to round out the rap quartet. The video possesses real in-your-face energy that’s supported by getting study and insane visual effects. Their combined style of raw lyricism and confidence on wax introduces a new anthem for Flock’s hometown just in time for the warm weather.

Wallie The Sensei – Homi

Wallie The Sensei is down to catch a “Homi” while carrying a tune. With his new single, the Compton rapper tackles the externalities of life in his community – death, crime, and poverty. The emotion-charged record builds on the momentum of struggle, outlining the pain that made him into a man. He croons over smooth, acoustic guitar, serenading listeners with punchlines about his intrusive thoughts and anxieties.

Bas & Gunna – [Admire Her]

Bas delivers new EP [BUMP] Pick Me Up. The four-track project closely follows the release of Dreamville’s surprise March mixtape, arriving with featured verses from Ari Lennox, Galimatias, Gunna, J.Cole, and Lil TJay. In tandem with the EP, Bas also connects with Gunna for the accompanying video to “[Admire Her].”

J Billz – Fresh Off The Plane

J Billz is “Fresh Off The Plane” and back to paper chasing. The SOSSHOUSE signee raps with gusto over a Pi’erre Bourne laced beat, being sure to pack light no matter the destination. Billz’s braggadocious rhymes pair well with the bouncy 808s of Pi’erre’s production, and he delivered – while casually smoking a blunt in Seattle.

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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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