DJ Khaled is back with “Another One.” Up-and-coming rapper Morray makes his debut with “Street Sermons.” Check out this week’s music from DJ Khaled, Morray, and more.Khaled Khaled, DJ KhaledWhen it comes to being an A&R, DJ Khaled is one of the best. He has done what no A&R has done before having ten studio albums. With a star-studded lineup, Khaled is going all gas, no breaks. As hype surrounded the upcoming album, Khaled teased fans with multiple short skits on his Instagram, surprising fans with a new guest feature every day. Hours before the release, he announced the Cardi B feature on the project. With the caption “ALBUM 101% DONE.” Surely not a mishap; looking at the tracklist, this might be the best album of 2021.Street Sermons, MorrayUp-and-coming Fayetteville rapper Morray releases his debut mixtape entitled “Street Sermons.” The project comes after the rapper inking a partnership deal with Interscope Records. “Quicksand,” the leading single, amassed over 60 million views on YouTube in a matter of six months. With no guest features, the project has the attention of many rappers throughout the hip-hop scene. Receiving co-signs from Fayetteville native J.Cole and Jay-Z, people should start to take notice of this young prodigy.Mud Mouth, Yelawolf“Mud Mouth” is rapper Yelawolf’s seventh studio album. An alter-ego of “The Catfish Billy Project.” Leading up to the full-length project, Yelawolf released four projects in April 2021. “Mud Mouth” will be followed by a rock n roll album titled “Sometimes Y,” releasing in August 2021.Rookie of The Year, Lil EazzyyGet used to hearing the name Lil Eazzyy. The rapper’s latest project, “Rookie of The Year,” showcases his versatile wordplay and rap style. Nothing short of greatness. The storytelling behind his latest album is immaculate. You can hear the rapper’s motivation behind the music and how it changed his life in having ambition. With guest features from Bizzy Banks, G-Herbo, and Tay Keith, the mixtape reaches new heights.