Let’s take a toast to Memorial Weekend. With the three day weekend ahead, here are some new releases from Gunna, Key Glock, Young M.A, and more.
Atlanta artist Gunna is dropping his sophomore album Wunna this Friday. The album comes after his 2019’s debut album Drip Or Down. Gunna took to his Instagram to share the cover art of his album yesterday. The album features Young Thug, Nechie, Lil Baby, Roddy Ricch, and more. We all know Gunna for his versatile beats and lyricism. Before the release, Gunna put together a documentary for his fans to show the events leading up to the release of the album.
Wunna is out this Friday on all streaming platforms.
Young M.A, Red Flu EP
Lyricist Young M.A is releasing an EP entitled Red Flu. Her debut album Herstory in the Making was featured on Bleu’s top albums of 2019. The EP features seven tracks produced by Benjamin Lasnier, Mike Zombies, and NY Bangers. Prior to the release, the Brooklyn rapper took to Twitter:
“I’m dropping an EP tomorrow just for the hell of it!! I just wanted to feed the streets! I promised you all consistency, and that’s exactly what imma do! MAB!!!”
Red Fluis available this Friday on all streaming platforms.
Key Glock, Son of a Gun
Young Dolph affiliate Key Glock is releasing an album this Friday entitled Son of a Gun. The album features 14 tracks, no guest appearances. Key Glock has been very consistent since the new year has started. In January, he released his best project yet, Yellow Tapes. Let’s see what Key Glock has in store for us.
Tj Porter, We Gon Ball
Basketball standout turned rapperTj Porter is releasing his second mixtape, We Gon ball. This comes as a follow-up to Tj’s first mixtape, Voices of the Trenches. The 12 track mixtape features guest appearances from 147 Calboy, T-Man, and Yung Bleu.
We Gon Ball is available this Friday on streaming platforms.
Jhene Aiko, Chilombo (Deluxe)
The deluxe version of Jhene Aiko’s third studio album Chilombo is coming out this Friday. There isn’t much information on how many additional tracks. But with the success of the Chilombo, we can expect more spiritual songs and visuals.