New Music Releases: Lil Uzi Vert, Tinashe, Kid Cudi and More

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Whether you’re recharging your batteries on your favorite couch all weekend, or going out to showcase your superior dance moves, new music is always needed. Check out our new music picks and get your rock on.

New Music To Rock To

Lil Uzi Vert, “Rich Forever Leaked”

Recently, Atlanta based rapper, Rich The Kid took some subliminal shots towards Francisville native, Lil Uzi Vert. In his newest song “Rich Forever Leaked”, he fires back. Rapping in an authoritative tone throughout and references Denise’s, one of the best bakery’s in Philadelphia, in the process.

Tinashe, “No Drama”

It’s no longer a secret that the LA based singer/songwriter is dating Philadelphia 76ers star point guard, Ben Simmons. But that hasn’t stopped her from blossoming into her own levels of stardom. She recruits the help of Offset, one-third of raps super group, Migos to accent her singing and rapping chops for one of the breakout songs from her new album, Joyride.

Kid Cudi, “The Rage”

We never know when we are getting music from Kid Cudi these days, but we know it’s always welcome. This song encapsulates his recent struggles over a sample of “Bullet With Butterfly Wings” a Smashing Pumpkins classic. This single is was very much needed because we haven’t heard from him much since the release of his Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’ in 2016.

Manic Street Preachers, “International Blue”

This Welsh based rock band are no strangers to making hits. “International Blue” is a lighthearted single from their 13th studio album Resistance Is Futile. The track somehow makes you feel a little better about where your headed in your life even if things aren’t looking promising.  Between the beautiful ocean and skyline picture, the video is one of the more aesthetically ones I have seen in a while.

The Damned, “Standing On The Edge Of Tomorrow”

Rumor has it that The Damned was the first ever punk rock band from the United Kingdom to release a single. They’ve been around since 1976 and still going strong. Keeping punk rock relevant in the process. You get a strong mix of paranoia and post-apocalyptic vibes from the song that are also reciprocated in the video.

Which artists will you be listening to this weekend? Let us know in the comments. Happy #NewMusicFriday.

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