New Music Friday: Chris Brown, Meek Mill & Rick Ross, Lil Durk and more

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From long-awaited collaborative projects to sequel albums and fresh new singles, check out this week’s New Music Friday for the culture’s latest and greatest in music.

Meek Mill & Rick Ross,¬†Too Good to be True¬†— After much anticipation, the MMG duo dropped off their star-studded joint album, including features from¬†Future,¬†Wale,¬†The-Dream¬†and¬†Jeremih.¬†

Chris Brown,¬†11:11¬†¬†For the singer’s 11th studio album, which arrived a day ahead of its originally intended November 11 release date, Brown included 22 tracks to make a double album. The project boasts appearances from¬†Byron¬†Messia, Future,¬†Davido¬†and others.

Kodak Black,¬†When I was Dead¬†— The Florida rapper returned with his latest effort, an 18-track, nearly featureless collection full of the bluntly honest rap he’s known for delivering.

YoungBoy Never Broke Again,¬†Decided 2¬†— A follow up to 2018’s¬†Decided, the Louisiana rapper’s new album includes three previously released singles.

Lil Durk, “Smurk Carter” — With inspiration drawn from¬†Lil¬†Wayne¬†and¬†Jay-Z, the Chicago rapper dropped off his latest single and music video. Fans say it has¬†a different flow than Durk’s normal drill rap.

Armani¬†White, “Breathe” — Following the success of his breakthrough hit “Billie Eilish,” the Philadelphia native dropped off a new, bass-heavy, upbeat single.¬†

Hot New Hip-Hop:

Megan Thee Stallion— “Cobra

K¬†Camp— “Spin the Block

Scar Lip— “No Statements

Jekalyn Carr— “I Believe God

Brent Faiyaz¬†ft.¬†Missy¬†Elliott¬†&¬†Lil¬†Gray— “Last One Left

Lola¬†Brooke¬†ft.¬†French¬†Montana— “Pit Stop

Rick Ross¬†&¬†Meek Mill— “Lyrical Eazy

–Brent Faiyaz– “Best Time

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