New Music Friday [11/27/20]

Rimzee, Abigail Barlow, The National Parks, and More!

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What’s up ONErpmFam, happy Black Friday! Here are the best new releases to get your weekend going and kick off the holiday season with a bang.

Right off the bat we have a total banger with Rimzee’s new project Upper Clapton Dream 2. 14 tracks in length, this project from the East-London rapper has all the bars you need.

Following that up is a new single from Abigail Barlow featuring Ariza. “Where’s That Girl” With a lowkey verse followed by a punched-up, vocal knock-out chorus, this one’s a total jam.

In the folk-sphere, The National Parks are back with well wishes for you this holiday season. “Peace On Earth” is made even more timely considering the unrest this past year; with the year ending, it’s time to put negative energy in the rearview and bring about peace.

Young Scooter is in the house, and he brought with him “Dope Boyz & Trap Godz.” Featuring 2Chainz and Rick Ross, this single by the Atlanta trap star is sure to get your head nodding.

If you’re looking for some reggae, Jah Cure has a new single “A Thousand Miles.” Jah opens up on this one getting us some heartfelt, reggae/dancehall feels.

Dylan Reese is back and causing “Trouble” with his latest single. This track’s got all the makings of an R&B smash hit.

It wouldn’t be Friday without a little bit of Country. Jay Allen’s got the fix with his holiday track “Christmas Everyday.” Featuring Rodney Atkins and Rose Falcon, the three come together for some charmingly beautiful harmonies.

Keeping that going is Cash Campbell and his country-holiday track “Gonna Be a Good Christmas Y’all.” Cash flaunts his vocal range on this one with deep-voiced verses and a higher-sung hook.

Capping off this New Music Friday is Blackway and his latest 8 track EP. Getting us some much needed hip-hop and afrobeat tracks, New Yhana 2 is a worthy sequel to the original project.

 

 

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