We know that you probably enjoying your weekend festivities so we are here to help prepare you for the evening turn-up. We’ve got you covered with the newest releases in our Best Songs of the Week playlist, where we bring you the top noteworthy songs that flooded the web.
Last week’s lineup featured some pretty stiff competition with AG Da Coroner, B.o.B and Remy Ma & Fat Joe. Over the past week, the music world has been an eventful one to say the least and there are a slew of great tracks to pick from.
“If I Could”
The Chicago rap scene has been delivering great music as of late and Lil Durk decided to throw his hat into the ring with a new track of his own called “If I Could.” Produced by C-Sick, the song features him painting a bleak description of his hometown and the various pitfalls that young men like him are susceptible to. Mixing style with an ample amount of substance, Lil Durk cooks up a winner with “If I Could” and a must listen for our Songs of the Week playlist.
“Anyway / Everyday”
Atlanta spitter Trouble has been building a following with a constant stream of street-ready material. But the up-and-coming rhymer looks to have his sights set on bigger stages with his new loosie, “Anyway / Everyday.” Linking up with New Jersey rapper Fetty Wap, Trouble gets his stunt on while philandering with groupies over the Nard & B-produced track. Weaving bars in between Fetty’s melodic wailing, Trouble comes correct on the gritty song and turns in a performance that is sure to raise his profile even more moving forward.
Rae Sremmurd have went from relative unknowns to becoming one of the hottest acts in the rap game within a year. Having made an indelible impression on fans young and old, the dynamic duo pops up on this track by their DJ, JaySremm, alongside rap newcomer Riff 3x to do a little “Doggin’.” Produced by TL On The Beat, the track falls in line with other rambunctious offerings from the brothers Sremm and should be enough to hold fans over til their next album release. “Doggin’” is undoubtedly a must-hear selection from the past week and has trumped all comers as our top pick for Song of the Week.