New Music Monday | Dot Da Genius, Juicy J, Noodah05, Lil Harold, and Kalan.FrFr

New Music Monday

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

Dot Da Genius, J.I.D & Denzel Curry – Talk About Me (feat. Kid Cudi)

Grammy-nominated producer Dot Da Genius is coming in hot with the release of his debut single, “Talk About Me.” The track arrives with a visual aid directed by Cole Bennett, channeling the in-your-face energy you’d expect from rallying Kid Cudi, Denzel Curry, and J.I.D for a collaboration.

Juicy J, Pi’erre Bourne – Space Age Pimpin

Juicy J and Pi’erre Bourne are pimpin out of this world. The pair of extremely talented producers join forces to create a new age body of work that leans heavily into trap with Space Age Pimpin. This joint project effortlessly meshes Bourne’s signature sound with J’s Southern drawl in a way that just works.

Noodah05 – Breathe

Noodah05‘s new single “Breathe” will leave you breathless. A unique blend of melodic riffs and street-centric bars tell the story of a fast-paced lifestyle that’s rooted in survival. “Breathe” is a trip down memory lane for the Atlanta rapper, reflecting on a dark past that leads to a brighter future.

Lil Harold – Good Times (feat. Offset)

Lil Harold‘s laidback flow sets the mood for summer 2022 with “Good Times” featuring Offset. Emerging as one of Atlanta’s hottest newcomers in rap, Lil Harold has also released the deluxe edition of his breakout project, LARRY, rewarding listeners with four new tracks that help cement his position as next up out of the Dirty South.

Kalan.FrFr – No Stoppin (feat. Blxst)

Kalan.FrFr is feeling the love with “No Stoppin” featuring Blxst. Thematically, this song is the perfect storm for a summer romance, finding the Roc Nation signee recruiting his fellow West Coast crooner for a vibey, R&B-tinged single.

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Derrius Edwards
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