Top 4: Several quality new albums released

Within the past month or so, there has been a number of quality albums that were released that were somewhat overlooked by the general public or they just weren’t really talked about.

Trippiwe Redd x A Love Letter to You 3 – Although Trippie Redd releases a lot of music, every album he puts out is certainly better than the last. Redd has been constantly improving over the past 2-3 years. The top five songs on this album are Topanga, Firestarter, 1400/999 Freestyle, Diamond Minds, & Toxic Waste. ALLTY3 contains features from NBA YoungBoy, Tory Lanez, and Juice WRLD, it also has features from lesser known up and coming artists. The album has great production, which in today’s day and age, can make or break music. Seeing as how many beats were different Redd was also able to show many ranges of both singing and rapping.  8/10

Metro Boomin x NOT ALL HEROES WEAR CAPES – 21 Savage on a Metro Boomin beat may be the equivalent to a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. No matter how often you hear it never gets old and it delivers. 21 Savage, Travis Scott, and Gunna were the go-to artists for Metro on this compilation album he recently released. Boomin who just recently said that he was retiring from being a producer was on hiatus for nearly a year before NAHWC was delivered. The beats on this album are what got him his first notoriety nearly 5 years ago with Gucci Mane and Future. Side note: 21 has the best song on the album with ‘Don’t Come Out the House.’ 8/10

Tory Lanez x LoVE me Now – Although Tory Lanez is a swiss army knife in the music industry, there isnt really one solid style he excels at. Artists now a days have a problem where they get a number of features that are well known and that outdo them on their own album. This album is no different. Lanez was constantly outdone on the album no matter who the artist was. Whether it be Meek Mill, Bryson Tiller, Chris Brown, or Gunna, Lanez could have definitely came harder on the album. 7/10  

Mozzy x Gangland Landlord – This album serves as a sequel to 2015 project Gangland Landscape. GLLD has a number of features from mainstream artists such as Yo Gotti, Ty Dolla $ign, and YG. There is even a clip from the Grammy Awards where artist Kendrick Lamar both shouted out and quoted Mozzy in his award acceptance speech, “Like my man Mozzy say, God up top.” 8/10