The SpotiFive: Friday August 3 – Travis Scott, YG, Bumpy Knuckles and More

YG – “Too Cocky”

YG delivers his ex studio album titled Stay Dangerous. The 15-track effort from YG features seven guest appearances. Artists like Mozzy, Jay 305, Quavo and Youngboy NBA check in to help YG. This song, “Too Cocky” is one of the stand out tracks YG delivers. “Too Cocky” features the classic, airy West Coast production and if this song sounds familiar, it’s because “Too Cocky” is one of the first tracks YG released off Stay Dangerous.


Travis Scott – “SICKO MODE”

Travis Scott has finally delivered his album AstroWorld and he does not disappoint. One of the best songs on the album is called “SICKO MODE,” featuring Drake. Make sure you stay tuned in past the first :30 seconds, because there’s a switch up with an even better beat. “SICKO MODE” refers to the two rap stars’ work ethic.


Bumpy Knuckles – “New Enemy”

Bumpy Knuckles is a rap veteran. Under his other Alias Freddie Foxxx, the rapper has worked with all of the GOATS hip-hop has produced over the years. This includes artists like Gangstarr, KRS-One, Jay Rock, Killer Mike and many others. On his latest album Pop Dukes, Bumpy takes on the alias of a grumpy old man, taking a look at the hip-hop landscape. The result is an album filled with classic commentary, along with boom-bap hip-hop beats courtesy of Nottz.


Fat Joe & Dre Featuring Chris Brown “Attention”


Fat Joe has another radio hit on his hands with his new single “Attention” featuring long time friends Dre and Chris Brown. This is the first single off Fat Joe and Dre’s upcoming joint project Family Ties that is expected to drop sometime this year.


Moneybagg Yo – “Exactly”


Moneybagg Yo just dropped a brand new album titled. The nine track release from the Memphis rap star has a few guest appearances on Bet On Me, including a Lil Baby, Young Thug and Gunna. There are a few radio-friendly cuts on here that should do good, including “Luv Cycle” but the standout track is a gangster thumper titled “Exactly.”


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