Meanwhile, “On Me” finds Baby in a more focused area. Instead of celebrating his victories, he is thoughtful. From reflection on the drama of baby mum to the exploration of his vices, he awakens his ambitions on this deep cut.
After scoring his first Hot 100 # 1 with “Mood”, 24kGoldn begins his quest for his second top of the table. Her affinity for wealthy designer brands remains strong on “Coco,” as Goldn named Chanel throughout the song’s sticky hook. While her melodies take center stage, it’s DaBaby’s lively verse that is the coup de grace. Browsing through the guitar-laden production, Baby brags about his bad boy character and its effects on women.
Today, Rico Nasty finally releases his first official album Nightmare vacation. Rico’s imaginative raps are a fun treat, as the opening of Project “Candy” proves. And when the rapper is in the collaborative mood, she not only adapts but shines alongside her male counterparts. When paired up with Don Toliver and Gucci Mane on “Don’t Like Me,” her energy level never goes down as she seeks to break the rules every time. Empowering Women is also a topic of discussion on the 16-track collection, including on ‘P – y Poppin’ and the all-female group cut ‘Smack a B – h’.
In August, Amine built a stellar concept album with her sophomore Limbo. Today, the 44-minute project puts seven new songs on the welcome mat. When not doing lyrical somersaults with Saba on “Talk”, Amine talks about her struggles with fame and anxiety on “Chicken.”
As 2020 draws to a close, Melii resurfaces with a new song after a quiet campaign. “You Ain’t Worth It” is a smooth earworm featured by Melii’s countless flexes on her ex. As she beats her ex-boyfriend for his lack of effort, 6LACK explains why he’s the perfect rebound: “How to climax, there’s no lack of a 6 thing,” he skillfully rapped.
Lucci recruits legendary DJ Bigga Rankin to help him through his expedition of 21 tracks. Wish me well 3 is a step in the right direction for the Atlanta staple. Not only does he write reflective songs such as the bluesy “Man Down”, but he keeps things fun and light on “Both of Us”, with Rick Ross and Layton Greene.
This year, Blxst has made its way to stardom with its indelible hooks and songwriting gifts. Today he is expanding his fortune with the luxury version of his praised effort, No love lost. With appearances from West Coast stars Dom Kennedy, Ty Dolla $ ign and Tyga, Blxst ends its 2020 with this magical run.