New Music Friday - New Singles From Coi Leray + Kodak Black, DaBaby, Icewear Vezzo + More
An oddball pair up of Coi Leray and Kodak Black, a Shoreline Mafia rapper gone solo, and the return of ILOVEMAKONNEN round up this week's list.
We know how difficult it is to pull yourself away from Tyler, The Creator’s Call Me If You Get Lost but distance makes the heart grow fonder, so take a step away and get lost in this roundup of the best singles that dropped this New Music Friday.
To start, DaBaby dropped “Red Light Green Light” produced by d.a. got that dope, while KenTheMan dropped “I’m Perfect.” This week also brought new collaborative tracks in the form of “At The Top,” a joint track from Coi Leray and Kodak Black and “Sick!” with Bayli and ILOVEMAKONNEN.
KYLE, Bankrol Hayden and OhGeesy all dropped new singles as well, so be sure to keep reading for all the best songs released on the week ending on Friday, June 25.
“Red Light Green Light” – DaBaby
As DaBaby begins to embark on a gargantuan festival run, he’s making sure there’s enough new material to keep fans satisfied. His latest single, “Red Light Green Light,” has Baby switching his flows backed by a flute-centric beat that sounds like it was supposed to drop on St. Patrick’s Day, but we’ll take it for the summer.
“At The Top” – Coi Leray f. Kodak Black
Coi Leray is poised to become a breakout star with a combination of talent, charisma and the ability to grab headlines, keeping her relevant even when she isn’t dropping music. Her latest effort is a hazy coast side banger with Kodak Black coming by for an unlikely pairing that works.
“Tear The Club Up” – Icewear Vezzo f. Future
Icewear Vezzo already dropped the well-received project Rich Off Pints, but it appears he isn’t slowing down. His latest single “Tear The Club Up” taps Future for debaucherous verses about unhinged and lavish nights at the club.
“Love Me Like You Say” – KYLE
The man formerly known as SuperDuperKyle has returned just in time for summer with an acoustic breakup ballad “Love Me Like You Say.” KYLE for takes a cue from Ne-Yo, Mario, Omarion a