Los Angeles, CA – HipHopDX has a packed list of singles for the Halloween edition of New Music Friday. Multiple superstar collabs dominate this week such as Freddie Gibbs and Big Sean’s link-up “4 Thangs”, French Montana, and the late Pop Smoke’s “Double G”, and Lil Durk’s Young Thug-assisted “Stay Down.”
Peep the top releases from Friday (October 30.)
Freddie Gibbs f. Big Sean & Hit-Boy — “4 Thangs”
After weeks of hype and a special promotional spot courtesy of Black Jesus, Freddie Gibbs has delivered “4 Thangs” — was it worth the wait?
Lil Durk f. 6LACK & Young Thug — “Stay Down”
The Voice of Chicago chronicles his come-up from eating Harold’s Chicken to enjoying lobster on “Stay Down” with the added synergy of 6LACK and Young Thug.
French Montana f. Pop Smoke — “Double G”
Ahead of the release of “Double G,” French Montana posted the lyrics to Pop Smoke’s behemoth verse in an Instagram tribute post with the caption “My brother’s poetry.” This is a must-listen for all the Woo’s out there.
Blac Youngsta f. Lil Baby & Moneybagg Yo — “I Met Tay Keith First”
Blac Youngsta is definitely known for being petty and it’s safe to say he is taking it to a new level alongside Lil Baby and Moneybagg Yo on “I Met Tay Keith First.”
Doe Boy & Southside f. Future — “Tweakin”
The Freebandz gang has pulled-up once again in their typical trap music form on “Tweakin” as Future nudges Doe Boy to start robbing again.
Lil Tjay — “Losses”
Lil Tjay flips his experiences taking L’s into a melodic banger on “Losses.”
Yung Bans f. Mulatto — “Freak Show”
Mulatto shows out in her guest spot on Yung Bans’ “Freak Show.” She delivers one of the most memorable lines of the song early on in her verse rapping, “Only time I spit is on the mic/Bitch I swallow.”
Tierra Whack — “Dora”
Tierra Whack encourages everyone to open up that proverbial door and explore life on “Dora.”
Other noteworthy releases include Nyck Caution’s bar heavy “How You Live It” featuring Joey Bada$$, Phora’s record “Traumatized” with rising star Toosii, and Young Nudy and Metro Boomin’s “Vice City.”