New Music From A$AP Ferg, Kaash Paige, and More

New Music From A$AP Ferg, Kaash Paige, and More

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Sep. 25 2020, Published 10:01 a.m. ET

As we enter the 4th quarter of the year, check out the latest releases from A$AP Ferg, Kaash Paige and more.

A$AP Ferg, Floor Seats 2

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A$AP Mob member A$AP Ferg has released his critically acclaimed album Floor Seats 2. In July 2019, Ferg released “Floor Seats” as a single to let his fans know that an album is finally on the way. Floor Seats 2 is Ferg’s first album since 2016’s Always StriveandProsper. Earlier this year, in an interview with Joe Budden, the rapper detailed his time off from music and why he needed to change his circle.

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Floor Seats 2 is available now on all streaming platforms.

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Bryson Tiller, TrapSoul (Deluxe)

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Five years ago TrapSoul was released and ever since, Bryson Tiller has became a household name. To keep fans on their heels, Tiller is releasing a deluxe version to the notable album. The deluxe version features three songs that didn’t make the original cut: “Self-Righteous,” “Just Another Interlude,” and the “Rambo” Remix featuring The Weeknd.

TrapSoul(Deluxe) is available now on all streaming platforms.

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Kaash Paige, For Healing

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Kaash Paige has always found a way to bless her fans with music at any given moment. Just a few months, she released Teenage Fever as her first project of 2020. The newly released EP features four songs with a guest appearance from 42 Dugg. With Paige on the rise, it only a matter of time before she blows up.

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For Healing is available now on all streaming platforms.

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Lil Wayne, Tha Carter V (Deluxe)

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Before its 2018 release, fans waited for Tha Carter V for about four years. As the rapper initially announced, it was due back in 2014. Many speculated the differences between Birdman and Wayne led to the delay for Tha Carter V. Even after its release, Mack Maine, Lil Wayne’s business partner, said the original release wasn’t the real version of Tha Carter V. Speeding up to 2020, the critically acclaimed album has a deluxe version now, which features the original songs that were supposed to be released.

Tha Carter V (Deluxe) is available now on all streaming platforms.

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