New Music Friday — New Singles From Fivio Foreign & Polo G, YFN Lucci, Megan Thee Stallion & Young Thug & More

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Los Angeles, CA – With the first days of October upon us, HipHopDX is here to roll out the top single releases for the first new music Friday of the fall season. This week’s releases are packed with versatility and out-of-the-box collaborations. Check out our standout list followed by our honorable mentions below.

Fivio Foreign f. Polo G – “Bop It”

Fivio Foreign code switches the reference of an early 2000’s children’s toy for his new Polo G-assisted club banger “Bop It.”

21 Savage f. Metro Boomin & Drake – “Mr. Right Now”

Befitting his epic return amid the release of his Metro Boomin-helmed Savage Mode 2, 21 Savage links up with Drake for the soon-to-be crowd-pleaser track “Mr. Right Now.”

Megan Thee Stallion f. – Young Thug “Don’t Stop”

Following her apparent response to Tory Lanez, Megan Thee Stallion has delivered her new high-energy twerk anthem “Don’t Stop” with Young Thug.

YFN Lucci – “Man Down”

Think It’s A Game superstar YFN Lucci fires off a warning shot to his ops on “Man Down.”

Doe Boy f. Southside – “Yessirski”

Free Band Gang posterchild Doe Boy and 808 Mafia head honcho Southside have joined forces for the 56 Birdz rapper’s trendy buzzword single “Yessirski.”

Queen Naija f. Lil Durk – “Lie To Me”

Up-and-coming R&B songstress Queen Naija has flipped Debarge’s famous track “A Dream” (most notably used by 2Pac for his 1996 classic single “I Ain’t Mad at Cha”) for her new effort “Lie To Me.” The track also features “The Voice” of the streets, Lil Durk.

Ella Mai – “Not Another Love Song”

As if anyone could ever get tired of the angelic voice of 10 Summers Records singer Ella Mai over love ballads, the “Boo’d Up” vocalists indulges in the idea on “Not Another Love Song.”

CHASETHEMONEY f. Duke Deuce – “Jack N Jill”

St. Louis beatsmith CHASETHEMONEY is stagging his return with Memphis rapper Duke Deuce on their hard-hitting, slow-rolling trap anthem “Jack N Jill.”

Additionally, Yung Tory dropped off “Lil Bih” and Mac Supreme came through with “Apple Jacks.”