#NewMusicFriday: What You Need To Hear

Each of today’s drops will be impactful in their own way. Let’s get into them.

Port of Miami 2 – Rick Ross

Ross has been doin it for years. Consistency is no issue for him and after a small hiatus he’s back with the sequel to his debut from 2006 – 13 years ago to the date. With features on practically every track some people have their doubts about if it will live up to it…only a listen will let us know for sure.

 Hot Girl Summer –  Megan Thee Stallion feat. Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla Sign

This is the song we thought we might get and now it’s here. While some have called other tracks by Meg the “hot girl anthem” she has decided we will be getting an official one to end all debates. With a Nicki feature AND one from Ty Dolla Sign who has been killing all his features lately this one is sure not to be quickly forgotten.

Spilled Milk 1 – Bas

Dreamville said they were here to stay in 2019 and they meant it. Bas continues their reign with this short EP that features several of his labelmates.

Other Drops

Anything Can Happen – SAINt JHN ft. Meek Mill

Season Of The Witch (From The Motion Picture “Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark”) – Lana Del Rey

Hair Down – SiR feat. Kendrick Lamar

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Paul Barnes

Writing has always been Paul’s passion. His ultimate dream is to become a best selling author but, that journey begins here! He also loves movies, music, and food (eating it more than cooking it!). He says he tends to gravitate towards action and some dramas but, can also really get into a psychological thriller. Being an open minded individual, he literally listens to ALL kinds of music, so he has favorite artists across multiple genres.

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