On November 10, Kid Cudi will release his eighth studio album Entergalactic, which has been praised for its first single “Do What I Want.” An animated film with a similar title will also be released on Netflix. Entergalactic is described as “the story of a pair of young artists who navigate New York City’s twists and turns while finding love.”
“Willing To Trust” is the title of a new song from Cleveland-based artist Cleveland, which he produced alongside Ramii and E.Vax. Ty Dolla $ign also lends his assistance to the track by singing about the most important aspect of relationships:
As soon as it arrives, Entergalactic will proceed with The Boy Who Flew to the Moon, Vol. A further release from Cudi in 2022 featured some of his biggest hits, such as “Day ‘n’ Nite,” “Just What I Am,” “Pursuit of Happiness.” Before that, Cudi released Man on the Moon III: The Chosen a year earlier, which featured 18 songs as well as contributions from Phoebe Bridgers, Pop Smoke, Skepta, and Trippie Redd. As a result of 144,000 album-equivalent units sold in its first week, the album marked the musician’s solo debut, peaking at number two on the Billboard 200 chart.
In honor of Amsterdam’s upcoming release, Giveon releases a new single, “Time.” An official soundtrack will feature the track. Throughout the song, the Grammy-nominated singer engages in some co-production with Daniel Pemberton and Jahaan Sweet to recall precious moments with an old lover:
In March of this year, Giveon released the compilation album When It’s All Said and Done… Take Time, which contained both When It’s All Said and Done and Take Time. There were 13 tracks on the project, including Snoh Aalegra’s standout “Last Time,” and an extra cut called “All To Me.” As for recent collaborations, Giveon assisted Justin Bieber on “Peaches” along with Daniel Caesar, a song he sang at the 64th Grammy Awards earlier this year. Additionally, he was a guest appearance on Drake’s wildly successful album Certified Lover Boy with Lil Durk on the song “In The Bible.”.
Aside from his R&B accolades, the R&B star recently received three new RIAA certifications. “The Beach” and “For Tonight” were both certified gold, while “Like I Want You” has been certified double-platinum. As well as a live version of “For Tonight,” he has also treated fans to a recording of the track.
The GloRilla community is currently on fire. In addition to her recently released hit single “F.N.F.” (Go Together), the newly minted Collective Music Group recording artist has added notable collaborations and songs to her repertoire, such as “Tomorrow,” and “Blessed,” featuring Macaroni Toni and “JUST SAY THAT” by Duke Deuce, and featured on the CMG compilation Gangsta Art.
As of today (Sept. 23), fans have the opportunity to listen to the remix of “Tomorrow” known as “Tomorrow 2” featuring hip hop superstar Cardi B. According to expectations, the New York swagger matches her Memphis counterpart with equally scathing bars about her detractors:
In addition to the song’s audio, GloRilla also released a visual showing her meeting Cardi B in New York City. It is common to see both of them riding high-end whips through the streets, slipping into the subway system, and even breaking out some dance moves with their crew. There is also a chance that viewers will be able to see Cardi’s sister, Hennessy Carolina.
During a recent episode of “Big Facts,” GloRilla explained how future releases will demonstrate her versatility as
Normally, I’m not a maker of twerk music and anthems, but I accidentally did that with ‘F.N.F.’. That wasn’t my intention, but it turned out that way. As a result, a lot of people are expecting that from me, but I have a different kind of music in store for them.”