West London rapper Central Cee is back with his second mixtape, 23. Unleashing an unbreakable triplet flow over heavy trap beats, the Block Boyz shares their new video “Make It Wet” with SadaBaby. Check out this week’s new music from Central Cee, Block Boyz, and more.
23, Central Cee
West London rapper Central Cee is taking over the music scene with the release of 23. After dropping multiple singles before the release, Cee blessed his fans with a new visual and collaboration with streetwear brand Trapstar in addition to the new project. Wild West, Cee’s first mixtape, has spent 97 weeks on U.K music charts.
Make It Wet, Block Boyz ft. Sada Baby
Unleashing an unbreakable triplet flow over heavy trap beats, the Block Boyz don’t need to raise their voice to get the point across. The duo shares their new video “Make It Wet” with SadaBaby. Produced by Bankroll Got It & Diego Ave, “Make It Wet” is an easy-going yet flex-heavy track, flashing their deep sense of rhythm and southern charisma. In the video directed by Harry Sattler, J-Kap and Lil Chat play hooky and give viewers a glimpse into their newfound life surrounded by luxury and baddies with a special appearance by platinum recording producer Hitmaka.
Bassline, Jay Gwuapo
21-year-old Brooklyn drill rapper Jay Gwuapo returns with a new track and video, “Bassline.” The visual shows Gwuapo in the tropics with friends living it up and beautiful women while the track’s hypnotic beats play. Last year Jay Gwuapo was on the track “Proud of You” with Paris Bryant, and in 2020 he released “Black Mask” ft. Pop Smoke, which is special to the rising rapper as the late Pop Smoke was one of his best childhood friends. After a hiatus, Jay Gwuapo is officially back; stay tuned for more music.
Yalla Habibi, R-Mean ft. French Montana
Following an epic year for artist R-Mean, he’s coming in hot in 2022 with a stream of heavy hitter releases produced by Scott Storch. His first big release is with the hitmaker himself, French Montana, a true international smash. “Yalla Habibi” means “Let’s go baby” in Arabic; this term of endearment is used frequently in the middle eastern communities and has transitioned mainstream with celebrities like Drake, Rick Ross and more using the term. This record is going to leave you wanting more from the seasoned artist.