As October comes to an end, this week’s music releases keep with a moody, autumn theme. Check out new music from Ola Runt, Queen Naija and more.Missunderstood, Queen NaijaR&B singer/songwriter Queen Naija has released her debut album entitled Missunderstood. Two years ago, she hit the music scene with her first single “Medicine,” which amassed millions of views and streams. She followed up with the release of “Karma.” Given her successful singles, the singer released her first E.P titled Queen Naija. With the album out now, Naija has entered the ranks of R&B singers making an impact in 2020.Welcome to O’ Block, King Von2020 has been a remarkable year for Chicago artist King Von with the release of his second studio album Levon James earlier this year. Furthering his storytelling and complex lyrics, the rapper released his second album of the year entitled Welcome to O’Block. For those who don’t know what O’Block means, it’s a well-respected neighborhood in Chicago. With features from Fivio Foreign, Polo G, Lil Durk, the album will undoubtedly paint a vivid picture of what it means to be from O’Block.Pegasus, Trippie ReddOver the last few years, Trippie Redd has emerged as the leader of emo rap. Since the release of his debut mixtape A Love Letter to You, the rapper has kept momentum on his side with an album release every year. Today the rapper released his third studio album, Pegasus, the late Prince was the inspiration behind the project, Trippie said.Harder 2 Kill, Ola RuntZone 6 rapper Ola Runt released his highly anticipated mixtape Harder 2 Kill. Just in time for Halloween tomorrow, the project displays a moodier production with darker visuals to match. Before the release, Ola released a chilling video for his new single “I Don’t Know.” The footage captures Ola in a funeral parlor, dressed in all white, coming face to face with darkness.Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath of God, Busta RhymesRap veteran Busta Rhymes releases a sequel to his 1998 album E.L.E. entitled Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath of God. With a new revamped star-studded guest list, he made sure to include some 90s rap legends such as Rakim, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, and Biv Devoe. Since taking a leave in 2012, Extinction Level Event 2 still shows the Brooklyn veteran’s master lyricism. In addition to a collaborative effort, he got Kendrick Lamar for a verse as the rapper’s first feature of 2020.