Exciting news for fans of the renowned artist Lil Uzi Vert! The highly anticipated album, titled "The Pink Tape," is finally set to grace our ears this month. The artist himself made this thrilling revelation during an appearance at the illustrious 2023 Roots Picnic, where he turned heads with his signature vibrant purple dreadlocks. When the eager crowd inquired about the album's release date, Lil Uzi Vert tantalizingly replied, "End of the month." Although the exact day remains a well-kept secret, his enigmatic response only amplifies the anticipation surrounding this musical masterpiece.
The release date for Coi Leray's latest album, COI, is set for June 23. The upcoming album will feature her versatility over 15 new songs, expertly fusing her flow, vocals, and a variety of musical genres, from rap to reggae, pop to dance. Leray is working on a new album with David Guetta, Saucy Santana, Giggs, Lola Brooke, and Skillibeng.
‘Utopia’ Is ‘On the Way,’ According to Travis Scott, Who Also Played the Album for the Houston Astros
On Monday, Travis Scott informed Mark Berman, the sports director for FOX 26 Houston, that his much awaited fourth studio album is "on the way." Trav made the news while donning his Air Jordan 1 Low "Black Phantom" collaboration at Minute Maid Park, saying he had just played the record in the Astros' locker room to "get 'em right for the game."
Stormzy’s career checklist has been revised and scaled up numerous times in recent years. With two UK Number One albums to his name (and a third surely on the way), the south Londoner has also ushered in a new generation of Glastonbury headliners, announced plans for ‘This Is What We Mean Day’ – a specially curated event that will form part of All Points East Festival 2023 – and launched a multitude of important and inclusive initiatives (most recently #Merky FC, a partnership with Adidas that is “committed to enhancing and protecting diverse representation in the football industry”). For Stormzy, such lofty life goals must seem more like open goals at the moment
Without flashy bars or marquee features, Jack Harlow’s third album aims for clarity with soft, expensive beats and cloyingly intimate storytelling. When the cover art for Jackman. dropped, people did not know what to make of Jack Harlow standing there, arms crossed and chest bare. I certainly didn’t. Maybe it’s that Jackman. is as stripped down as the artist: Devoid of features and sparsely populated by hooks. He’s rapping over samples that he definitely could not afford in 2018. Instead of telling us how rich he is now, he lets the luxurious production speak for itself. The confrontational opener “Common Ground” was admittedly predictable: Harlow takes aim at out-of-touch music critics and culturally appropriating white kids. Divine hymnal harmonies from ’90s R&B girl group Jade’s “When Will I See You Again (Intro)” set the contemplative tone. A music video would probably have him rapping from a pulpit.
The Weeknd has hinted he's "ready to close" a chapter in his music career. In an interview for W magazine published on Monday, the singer-songwriter - real name Abel Tesfaye - revealed that he is evaluating some of his choices. "I'm going through a cathartic path right now," he shared. "It's getting to a place and a time where I'm getting ready to close The Weeknd chapter. I'll still make music, maybe as Abel, maybe as The Weeknd. But I still want to kill The Weeknd. And I will. Eventually. I'm definitely trying to shed that skin and be reborn."
Top-tier Stonebwoy, a musician, rapper, and afrobeat phenomenon from Ghana, has released a new exciting smash album named “5th Dimension.”