New Music From Future, Moneybagg Yo, and More.By Justin Wallace
May 20 2020, Published 12:04 p.m. ET
With quarantine underway, why not delve into some new music? Here are some of our favorite new releases ranging from Future to Roy Woods to Tokyo Jetz.
Chief Keef, Extra Glo EP
The Chicago drill pioneer Chief Keef releases a five-track studio EP titled EXTRA Glo. The project features a guest appearance from Glo Gang artist Tadoe.
Conway the Machine and Big Ghost Ltd, No One Mourns the Wicked
Conway the Machine and Big Ghost LTD teamed up on their new project, No One Mourns the Wicked. The nine-track project features guest appearances from Griselda Records signee ElCamino on “Fake Love” and Flee Lord on “Sicarios.”No One Mourns the Wicked is the latest collaboration between Conway and Big Ghost, following Griselda Ghost with Westside Gunn.
Future, High Off Life
Future released his new album High Off Life. The album features appearances from Drake, Travis Scott, DaBaby, Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Lil Baby, Meek Mill, and more. The album went gold due to pre-saves. This is Future’s most recent album since June 2019 and shows Future shedding light on how great everything is personally and musically.
Moneybagg Yo, Time Served (Deluxe)
South Memphis rapper Moneybagg Yo has released the deluxe version of his latest album, Time Served. The original release of Time Served came early this year in January. The rapper has now added seven additional tracks with another round of features. The rapper teamed with Lil baby again with a new song entitled “No Chill,” featuring Alabama’s emerging rapper Rylo Rodriguez.
Roy Woods, Dem Times
OVO Sound artist Roy Wood is back with a six-track EP titled Dem Times. This is the R&B artist’s first project since 2017’s Say Less album. The title stems from the ongoing pandemic:
“We’re in a place and space that a lot of us have never experienced before. That’s what made me want to release my EP. It’s also why I chose the name. If you’re from Toronto, then you know exactly what I am referring to. Life is short and can change in the blink of an eye. Appreciate life and all dem times at all times.”
Sheff G, One and Only
Brooklyn Drill rapper Sheff G released his new album One and Only. This is the follow-up to last year’s project, The Unluccy Luccy Kid. The Brooklyn Drill scene is functioning in a strange phase at the current moment. Following the death of Pop Smoke and the shutdown of New York due to the coronavirus pandemic. Sheff G still manages to put out a cohesive album through all this chaos. The album features his right-hand man Sleepy Hollow.
Tokyo Jetz, Stimulus Package
T.I Grand Hustle Music Group artist Tokyo Jetz released her highly anticipated EP Stimulus Package. Stimulus Package features five new tracks and can be described as her comeback project. Tokyo focused on expressing self-confidence and being comfortable with your sexuality. This project comes before her debut album Outside.