Is there a more underrated rapper in the industry than Westside Boogie (formerly Boogie)? I’ve never heard less buzz around a rapper who delivered a highly critically-acclaimed debut album. His music’s being produced under Eminem to boot. This song featuring Joey Bada$$ is the musical version of that Spiderman pointing at Spiderman meme.
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It’s an absolute debacle that this song wasn’t nominated for a Grammy. I think it’ll stand as The Weeknd’s biggest and best single, which is saying a lot because “The Hills” and “Starboy” were crazy af. Trust me, I know that electro-pop style of music is passé. But man. This is a mind-blowing song that will actually be very memorable as years pass. This comment sums it up perfectly:
This hook? Theme song of 2020. I’ve already made it clear what I think about Young Dolph, but Glock came in WAY TOO HARD on this. Hide the wives and kids from this one.
As I slodged through all the generic music released this on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist, this actually saved me from falling asleep. It’s different. Jazzy-pop. Well done.
In all my years of listening to hundreds of thousands of songs, I have never heard anything like this. As described here, it’s Opera blended into Deep House. Majestic. Epic. Masterful… all are apt descriptions for this gem.
Birdman’s been good for a quality single every year or two for the past 20 years. I like his style. He’s not gonna out-rap anybody. But he doesn’t need to. He has one of the best ears for music in the history of Hip Hop. This is a dope chill low-key vibe.
This beat hard.
Here’s the video for a song I posted the day it came out.
I’ve been saying Jax Jones is a dope producer. I’ve been saying this singer Au/Ra has an incredible voice. Today they come together to put out a beautiful light melodic house/dance-pop single that sounds like a global smash hit.
This is all about a dope hook and hard beat. Watch it become a trendy meme banger or something.
A new rhythmic pop star on the rise. I’ve previously featured her here.
They got one here.
Gotta give him credit. This song is fire. Still putting out radio-worthy heat almost 20 years after he debuted. When you think of the best and longest-lasting commercial R&B artists of this era, you normally think Usher, Chris Brown, Trey Songz off the top. Omarion belongs in the conversation.
Welcome to vocal Afro House. Presented to you by the Queen of Afro House.
What a dope hook and nice melody. Great featured artist choice and closing verse (which actually isn’t included in the video). Mellow but still hard.