Ending the week off with new music must feel good. Check out our Music Friday wrap-up featuring new music from Yungeen Ace, Lizzo, 26AR, & more.
All On Me, Yungeen Ace
Florida hip-hop artist Yungeen Ace shares his latest album, All On Me. The 17-track studio album features guest appearances from Boosie Badazz, Toosii, Spinabenz, YBezzy, and Kodak Black. Last month, Ace released the lead single, B.A.M. featuring Kodak Black. The buzzy track peaked at # 4 on Billboard’s Top Triller Chart. “All On Me” falls on the heels of Ace’s massively successful 2021 debut, Life of Betrayal 2x. Ace’s new project shows his evolution as an artist.
Running Out of Love, Duke Deuce
Crunkstar Duke Deuce dishes out rockstar vibes in his latest visual, Running Out of Love. The single, featuring Dante Smith, leans into Duke’s crunch rock sound, which blends two genres, hip-hop & rock. Boasting over 34 million global streams on Spotify, Deuce’s music showcases his love for rockstar guitar riffs and hypnotic melodies. Deuce’s high energy has made him receive a co-signed from Toronto rapper Drake.
2 Car Garage, BeMyFiasco
Singer-songwriter BeMyFiasco released a lighthearted animated music video for the album’s standout single, “2 Car Garage.” The visual is based on BeyFiasco’s real-life experience of moving from Dallas to Los Angeles. Animated by visual artist Tavia McMillan, BeMyFiasco’s approach to the video was to format it like a storybook.
“2 Car Garage” is a part of BeMyFiasco’s debut album Where I Left You, available now on all streaming platforms.
About Damn Time, Lizzo
3x Grammy Award winner Lizzo has shared her long-awaited new single, “About Damn Time.” An official music video joins the empowering track on YouTube. “About Damn Time” is Lizzo’s leading single off her highly anticipated upcoming album SPECIAL, available now for pre-orders. In celebration, Lizzo will be both a host and musical guest on this weekend’s episode of N.B.C.’s Saturday Night Live.
Can’t Slip, 26AR
Brooklyn Drill’s Finest, 26AR certifies himself as the top drill rapper in his newest single, “Can’t Slip.” The Brooklyn native showcases his gritty lyrics on a drill beat. In a city where everyone claims to be the King of New York. 26AR is shutting those talks down, bringing himself into the conversation.