Some surprise collaborations, the end of features for high-stake rappers, sudden releases, a push-forward collaboration – these are the musical contents you’ll be blessed with this week. Presuming all the genres, here is your favourite playlist of the week:

Family and loyalty – Gang Starr featuring J. Cole

J. Cole might have retired from features with the last verse he would on a classic production touches key areas in his adolescent. The production is as simple as ever, like the type you’ll hear at rap battles or at a cookout. 

English Teacher – DJ Neptune and Zlatan

The Afro-pop/rap melody put the controversial and infectious rapper singing about the need for education and illiteracy and accumulation of wealth and material things. The video brings a different dimension to creation of visual contents in the music industry. 

Graveyard – Halsey

Halsey is passionate about bringing on an out-of-love partner in the most weary and depressing manner ever. Halsey drops witty and building lyrics about relationships ever.  

Campaign – Efe featuring Ice Prince and BOJ

Efe draws inspiration from the past successes of long-term musicians Ice Prince and BOJ as he raps conveniently on BOJ’s octave. 

Mood swings – A boogie wit da hoodie

The two-key trap production fits the man’s rhythm and he screws all the loose ends perfectly. 

Never – Nonso Amadi

The talented singer and vocalist approaches his heartfelt style with the same delivery except for the irregular rise in his notes. Still a good tune. 

Writing on the wall – French Montana featuring Post Malone and Cardi B

French’s diversity, Post’s fluctuating vocals, Cardi’s violence – all is in order as the trio crafted a song from a production built around many elements especially the bata drum. 

No love for the lonely – Ed Sheeran featuring Ariana Grande

Ariana and Ed are pumped up on the Pop and love song. 

Gospel – DaBaby featuring Chance the rapper 

Off the ‘KIRK’ album, DaBaby and Chance link up for a rap song that was toned by occasional glimpses of Chance’s deleterious vocals on the bridge. 

Fendi – PnB Rock featuring Nicki Minaj and Murda

Rihanna owes pairs of Fendi products to the trio for surrounding the work with the exuberance of her line. 

This article was written by Alex Ndace; he tweets via @AlexNdace 

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