One Thing At A Time – Morgan Wallen
Country music star Morgan Wallen released his latest album, “One Thing at a Time”. Wallen announced the album with the release of three new songs ahead of the project. “Last Night” soared to the top of Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart. The album features 36 songs, including collaborations with Eric Church, HARDY, and Ernest. Wallen has earned a suite of Platinum RIAA certifications for songs such as “Thought You Should Know” and “You Proof,” both of which feature on the new album. Wallen describes the record as genre-fluid, incorporating country, alternative, and hip-hop influences. The album’s aim is to make Wallen’s fans proud, to laugh, smirk, cry, and think, and to showcase the highs and lows of Wallen’s life in the last few years.
3 – Kenny Mason
Kenny Mason’s EP was a delightful surprise for many fans. While the first two tracks were in his usual style and familiar territory, the third song was a departure into a more rock-inspired sound. Some listeners may feel hesitant about this shift, but overall, the EP is a solid work with a lot of promise. The first two tracks showcase Kenny’s rap skills, while the final one demonstrates his willingness to experiment with new sounds. Looking ahead, it will be interesting to see where Kenny Mason takes his music next. It seems like he’s exploring a rap-rock fusion, which could lead to some exciting new directions for his career. All in all, this EP is definitely worth a listen for anyone interested in discovering new artists and sounds.
Masego – Masego
Masego has released his self-titled album, which showcases his unique and eclectic sound. The album, which features no guest appearances, includes previously released singles such as “You Never Visit Me” and “Two Sides,” the latter of which he describes as the “Gemini anthem.” On the track, Masego sings about his charm and fluidity as an air sign. The Virginia-raised artist has also announced his upcoming North American “You Never Visit Me Tour,” which kicks off on March 13 at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA, and concludes in Los Angeles in April. In an Instagram post, Masego expressed his gratitude to his fans and promised to give his all during his live performances. He also thanked his fans for their support and urged them to check out his new album.
BEN – Macklemore
Seattle rapper Macklemore has just dropped his latest album BEN, alongside the video for his latest single “No Bad Days,” directed by his seven-year-old daughter Sloane. Macklemore expressed his pride in his daughter’s work, stating that he trusts her creative input more than anyone else’s. In addition to the album and video release, Macklemore has also announced the dates for THE BEN TOUR, set to start on September 17 at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. Macklemore has partnered with PLUS1 for the tour and will donate $1 per ticket to Bridges – Seattle Alternative Peer Group in support of their work in mentoring youth in recovery. Citi and American Express presales for the tour begin on March 6, with general on-sale starting on March 10 at 10 am local time. BEN is Macklemore’s third studio album and he has shared that he found a rare pocket of time for introspection during the global pandemic that allowed him to create this self-titled album.
on the street – J-Hope and J. Cole
J-Hope and J. Cole have teamed up for a new hip-hop collaboration called “On the Street.” The single dropped on March 3, and features J-Hope’s warm energy and J. Cole’s candid and reflective style. The two artists have long been fans of each other, with J-Hope naming Cole as one of his ultimate favorite singers. The official music video was shot in New York City, where both stars collaborated. “On the Street” is J-Hope’s first new solo song since his full-length album Jack in the Box from July, while J. Cole’s last LP was May 2021’s The Off-Season.
Love Sick (Deluxe) – Don Toliver
Houston-based rapper Don Toliver has released a deluxe version of his recently dropped Love Sick album. The new version features appearances from Travis Scott and Teezo Touchdown on four additional tracks, including a new introduction titled “No Pole.” Toliver’s signature sound can be heard on “No Pole,” with its moody instrumental and descriptive lyrics. Love Sick (Deluxe) follows Toliver’s 2021 sophomore LP, Life of a DON, which featured guest appearances from Travis Scott, Kali Uchis, Baby Keem, HVN, and SoFaygo. Toliver has also been busy collaborating with other artists on tracks like “Ain’t Safe” by Trippie Redd, “One Time” by NAV, “Honest” by Justin Bieber, and “Don’t Go” by Skrillex.
Love Overload – Yvng Ev
Yvng Ev’s latest single “Love Overload” has been causing a buzz among his dedicated fan base on Instagram and TikTok. The track features a great beat that complements Ev’s signature style of melodic rap. Fans are already raving about the song’s catchy chorus and relatable lyrics about love and relationships. The track is quickly gaining popularity and is set to become a fan favorite. Yvng Ev’s loyal followers are eagerly anticipating more releases from the rising artist as he continues to make his mark on the music scene.
89 Earthquake – Larry June, The Alchemist
Larry June and The Alchemist have dropped a new single titled “89 Earthquake,” and it’s got fans even more excited for their upcoming joint effort, The Great Escape. The track features June’s confident bars over Alchemist’s signature key-driven production. In the song, June boasts about his lifestyle, from taking random flights to Vegas to writing off five-star dinners on his taxes. In November 2022, June released his highest-charting album, Spaceships on the Blade, featuring collaborations with Curren$y, Babyface Ray, and others. He also teamed up with Jay Worthy and LNDN DRGS for 2 P’z In A Pod in the same year. In an interview with REVOLT, June spoke about the benefits of being an independent artist, saying he would probably never sign with a major label again. Fans can listen to “89 Earthquake” now and anticipate the upcoming release of The Great Escape.
if looks could kill – Destroy Lonely
Destroy Lonely, who impressed with his mixtape NO STYLIST last year, is back with a new single called “if looks could kill.” The song is from his upcoming debut album of the same name set to release later this year via Opium/Interscope. Despite an earlier version of the song leaking and gaining popularity on TikTok, Destroy Lonely sounds more confident than ever on this track, rapping “Don’t commit treason, everything I do is for a reason/Everything I do is so strategic”. The rapper is set to perform at Rolling Loud LA and embark on an international tour, with stops in Berlin, London, and Amsterdam, and also on the final day of Bamboozle in Atlantic City in May. All of his upcoming tour dates and tickets can be found on his website.