SZA, Stalley, A-Boogie & More
It can be hard to keep it with all the music released daily on the world wide web with new tunes dropping left and right. With #TSRTunez, The Shade Room aims to share our batch of some of the best music releases available on streaming services.
This week’s notable drops include music from R&B it girl SZA who released SOS. Stalley shared his Somebody Up There Loves Me project to praise from rap fans.
Polo G, and Lil Durk each dropped singles this week and Latin star Anuel is buzzing after releasing his album, Las Leyendas Nunca Mueren 2.
A Boogie With The Hoodie & Gucci Mane also make the list with their new project, plus much more.
Which of these new releases are currently in your rotation?
1. SZA, SOS (Album)
This week, SZA chatter has taken over timelines after the R&B star released her sophomore project, SOS. The video for Shirt from the album was release last month.
2. Stalley, Somebody Up There Loves Me (Album)
Stalley is consistent this year with a second project, Somebody Up There Loves Me, inspired by the 1956 movie about boxer Rocky Graziano. Earlier in the week, he released a video Dilla Bap, a single from the new album.
3. A Boogie With The Hoodie, Me Vs. Myself (Album)
On Me vs. Myself, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie drops 21 tracks with features from Don Q & G Herbo.
4.Moneybagg Yo, Quickie (Single)
5. Gucci Mane, So Icy Boyz The Finale (Album)
6. Anuel, Las Leyendas Nunca Mueren 2 (Album)
7. Polo G, My All (Single)
8. BLXST Ft. Larry June, Keep Calling (Single)
9. Lil Durk, Hanging Wit Wolves (Music Video)
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