#10NewRecords To Get You Through The Week: 3

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This week’s #10NewRecords list consists of Future, Adele, Taylor Bennett, Ty Dolla $ign and more.


Future “Stick Talk”

The track “Stick Talk” from Future’s Dirty Sprite 2 is one of the many hit singles he released this year. With rumors circulating that he plans on dropping another project by the end of the year Future must be trying to take over the rap game. I’m not sure what got into him, but he is on fire this year. Check out Future’s signature two-step in his latest visuals below.

Adele “Hello”

With her new album set to release on the twentieth of this month, Adele blessed us with a video for her hit single “Hello.” After selling 30 million copies on her last album “21,” almost 200 million views in 10 days is what we should expect. The visuals for this track display the good and bad times of a relationship. Adele fans get your wallet ready because the album will be here sooner than you think.

Ty Dolla $ign, Fetty Wap “When I See Ya”

Even though these two come from opposite parts of the country their sounds still merge together wonderfully on this track. Both of these artists are on the come up and should not be overlooked. The weird edits and crazy camera angles in this video really hold your attention. Give this video a play and support two super-hot upcoming artists!

Kendrick Lamar, Bilal, Anna Wise, Thundercat “These Walls”

Terry Crews hitting the Quan makes this video an instant classic: Kendrick Lamar is a very creative artist on the top of his game right now, and he shows it here. This video is 8 minutes long, but it is separated into a couple hilarious short scenes. You may have skipped this song when you were listening to the album, but the video is something you will play over and over again.

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Taylor Bennett, Brill “Happy Place”

THIS IS NOT CHANCE THE RAPPER, it’s his little brother! Taylor Bennett is finally starting to break out of his older brother’s shadow and he seems happy about it. His latest track “Happy Place” is made for dancing and you see lots of it in the video. Taylor’s sound is similar to his older brother’s. You can’t like one without liking the other.

Daniel Caesar, BADBADNOTGOOD & Sean Leon “Paradise”

With his album “Pilgrims Paradise” set to release November 12, Daniel Caesar hit us with the single “Paradise.” Remember his name because I believe we will be hearing a lot more of it in the near future. This track has a Frank Ocean type of feel mixed with Daniel’s unique style. If you’re looking for new music this week right here is the perfect place to start.

Baloji “Capture”

Baloji has been making noise on the African rap scene for a while now; I think he is ready to move his talents to the US. “Capture” is a track with meaning and the video is one of a kind. The subtitles at the bottom of the video help those like me who don’t speak his language follow along. Watch the video and open your ears up to some music from a different culture.

Roosevelt The Titan “Bitch Made”

All music from Chicago is not “drill” rap. Even though Roosevelt The Titan’s “Bitch Made” is an explicit title for any song but this track actually isn’t that bad. I can honestly say I haven’t heard anyone with a flow like this and that’s a good thing. Listen to this Spruill produced track through your headphones to really enjoy it.

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Jeremih “Lil Freaky Shawty”

It’s almost impossible to count the number of beautiful females in this video. To me, the video for “Lil Freak Shawty” couldn’t have been done any better. Jeremih went missing for a little while, but I think he may officially be back. The two new records he recently dropped makes me wonder what’s coming next.

Waka Flocka Flame “AM 2 PM”

Waka Flocka Flame shows us he has been working on his acting skills this video. He plays the role of “Torch,” a madman with crazy red hair who is constantly terrorizing his city. When speaking about Waka’s music, I don’t feel like he has fallen off at all; this song is better than most of the ones you hear on the radio! Watch his new video and try to keep up with all the bars he is dropping.