Dreezy, Boogie, And More Friday Music Releases You Need To Hear
From Dreezy to Boogie, here are Friday releases you should be listening to.
Let's keep the year rolling with new music releases. As January comes to a close, the new music schedule is starting to build up. Check out the new albums and singles you should be listening to in the list below.
Dreezy – BIG DREEZ
Dreezy has returned with Big Dreez. The 10-track project features Offset, Jeremih, Kash Doll, and Jacquees.
The album includes the pre-released singles "Chanel Slides," featuring Kash Doll and "Where Them $ @." It also features a tribute to Aretha Franklin.
Ahead of the release, Dreezy debuted the covert art, featuring the Chicago native and her clone eating ramen noodles, lobster, and drinking champagne.
Stream Dreezy's Big Dreez below.
Boogie – Everything's For Sale
Shady Records' Boogie is here with his latest album, Everything's For Sale. The 13-track project features guest appearances from Eminem, J.I.D, 6LACK, and more.
The Compton artist teased the new album with a short film produced by Riley Keough, Gina Gammell, and Malcolm Washington on Jan. 23. He also shared the album artwork for the new project, which features the rapper as a pallbearer, drenched in red and white.
Of the album, Boogie said: "Bro this sh*t is really happening ..y’all know how many nights I cried over this? To many man all them nights in the studio where it felt like I was getting nowhere..I hate venting like this but bro. I’m so proud of myself and the people around me so f**k it. If u got a dream KEEP GOING N***AZ."
Stream Boogie's Everything's For Sale below.
Diego (aka Jeezy), Boston George – Boston George & Diego
Boston George and Jeezy (aka Diego) have teamed up for a joint project, entitled Boston George & Diego. The nine-track album was a surprise drop from the pair and features only one guest appearance from Boo Rossin.
The project comes three years after Jeezy signed Boston George to his team and just ahead of Thug Motivation 104: Trust Ya Process – the reported "final" album from Jeezy.
Stream Boston George & Diego below.
Dawn – New Breed
Dawn's fifth studio album New Breed is here.
The album, which arrives as Dawn embarks on a joint tour with Danity Kane, includes the pre-released single "Jealousy" and reportedly focuses on Richard’s upbringing in New Orleans.
The singer stated that her latest project would touch on important and significant experiences in her life, including surviving assault. "I never saw myself as a victim but have survived assault and I thought hiding it made me strong. But as I’ve watched all these amazing strong women speak on their experiences I found courage in speaking on my story," she said. "This record is for all of us. We are the new breed. We are strong, unapologetic and the future is female."
Listen to New Breed below.
Summer Walker – Clear EP
After creating some buzz with her 2018 EP, Last Day Of Summer, Summer Walker is back with another brief project. The singer released Clear EP, which features just four tracks.
Listen to Summer Walker's Clear EP below.
Goldlink ft. Peewee Longway – "Got Muscle"
Goldlink and Peewee Longway have teamed up for their latest single, "Got Muscle." Goldlink's silky bars pair nicely with the smooth instrumentals on the track. "I gotta brand new shawty, big booty she from Texas / The way she playing with the titties make me feel like she ambidextrous / Our crew damn near tied up, ain't no time for extras / The way I whip the tires I can start a fire in the Lexus," he spits.
Listen to "Got Muscle" below.
Yo Gotti Ft. Lil Baby – "Put A Date On It"
"I told these folks that I quit / Knowing gotdamn well n***a still sip syrup / Got the trap going crazy like the first and the third / Gotta lot of cash money, I can still get birds," Yo Gotti raps.
Listen to Yo Gotti and Lil Baby's new collaboration below.
Rico Davis – "They Ain't Gotta Know"
Rico Davis has dropped the visuals for "They Ain't Gotta Know." The single, which was originally released in Nov. 2018, is the third musical release from his upcoming project. The video was filmed on Columbia University's New York City campus and is an ode to enjoying your private life to the fullest.
Watch the visuals for "They Ain't Gotta Know" below.