Music Review | Curren$y, Buddy, LESANE & Chris Miles

New Music

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

Curren$y & The Alchemist – Continuance 

Curren$y links with frequent collaborator The Alchemist for new album Continuance. While The Hot Spitta has long-established himself as a mainstay in hip-hop, it’s exciting to see that the New Orleans MC is still capable of rapping in a celebratory fashion. As a conduit for exquisite taste and plush whips, Curren$y breathes life on beats one well crafted car analogy at a time. This new project grabs your attention with his signature laidback flow, before upping the ante with appearances by rap newcomers such as Babyface Ray and Larry June to name a few.

Buddy – Wait Too Long (feat. Blxst) 

Buddy returns to announce the release of his sophomore album Superghetto, due March 25th via Cool Lil Company and RCA Records. The announcement arrives alongside a new video single for “Wait Too Long” featuring Blxst. The R&B-tinged track covers a spell of problems that surface during the aftermath of a fun-filled party from the night before. After the nods of approval received for 2018’s critically-acclaimed album Harlan & Alondra, Buddy is bound to experience yet another standout year in music. 

LESANE – LOVE (Boo Thang)

Following the release of his viral TikTok single “Houdini,” LESANE continues to own the unconventional approach with “LOVE (Boo Thang).” Serving as the lead single off of his highly-anticipated project – Genreless – this new track doesn’t fall to the left or right: LESANE is in a class of his own. Elements of rock and alternative hip-hop are present throughout the song, showcasing the Birmingham rapper’s natural ear for melody.

Chris Miles & Lil Tracy – Nothing Feels The Same 

Chris Miles connects with Lil Tracy for his latest single, “Nothing Feels the Same.” This track is edgy and angst-ridden, channeling the qualities of an emo rap anthem by today’s standards. Miles’ melancholy vocals pierce the soundscape, skating over the impromptu drum shed. Failed relationships catalyze the duo’s rage, calling it quits on love after a toxic fallout with their significant other. 

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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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