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Logic: “44 More”

Two years ago, Logic released “44 Bars” as part of his Bobby Tarantino project. Now, the Maryland rapper is locked and reloaded with the follow-up, “44 More.” Frequent collaborator 6ix provides a head-knocking soundscape for Logic’s hyperactive flow, and the quick-paced rhymer drops introspective lines about financial planning.

“I done made 20 million dollars / I don’t flex to be acknowledged,” he raps. “At this point, it’s common knowledge / All you haters been abolished / You in the club, throwin’ dollars / But I’m savin’ mine so my kids go to college.”

Logic might be thinking about the future, but he isn’t letting some of his past achievements go without being mentioned. At one point, he even flexes about album sales. “Sold more albums my first week than Harry Styles and Katy Perry,” he beams.

Available below, “44 More” lands on the heels of last year’s Everybody, which opened the door for “1-800-273-8255.” The suicide prevention anthem (featuring Alessia Cara and Khalid) became Logic’s most successful single yet, peaking at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Post Malone & Ty Dolla $ign — “Psycho”

Post Malone is continuing to prep for his upcoming album Beerbongs & Bentleys. After becoming a “rockstar” with his massively popular 21 Savage-assisted chart-topper, the “White Iverson” rapper-singer enlists Ty Dolla $ign to lend his voice on the LP’s newest single, “Psycho.”

Malone recalls his first million, while boasting about his Audemars Piguet watch “goin’ psycho.” Then, Dolla brags about his ride, pinky ring, and Rolex. “Dolla ridin’ in an old school Chevy, it’s a drop top,” he raps. “Boolin’ with a thot-thot / She gon’ give me top-top.”

Up next, Posty is planning to release his Stoney follow-up Beerbongs & Bentleys this year. The project was announced and slated to be released last year before being pushed back multiple times, but soon come.

Elzhi & Khrysis: Jericho Jackson

Renowned rapper Elzhi and acclaimed producer Khrysis have joined forces as Jericho Jackson. Now, the newly-formed duo delivers a thoughtful joint project under 9th Wonder’s Jamla Records imprint.

Mostly, the guys handle the 11-track workload on their own, calling on Amber Navran as the LP’s lone guest on “Listen.” Elsewhere, El comes equipped with intricate rhyme patterns over Khrysis’ soulful production, providing a refreshing twist to their individual careers.

Khrysis recently asked longtime supporters to let new ones enter the fold with this LP. “Don’t be a jerk to the new fans,” he said via Billboard. “Don’t be like, ‘You don’t know nothing about these cats.’ Let them in. Let them enjoy and educate them.” Khrysis added, “I’m really about trying to drop as many jewels as I can in my music, so hopefully they can take from that, and grow off that.”

Mozzy feat. Jay Rock & DCMBR – “Nobody Knows”

It’s a Westside connection. Sacramento’s Mozzy links up with Watts’ Jay Rock and Los Angeles’ DCMBR for the gritty banger “Nobody Knows.”

Before the instrumental kicks in with drums, the Sac-Town spitter reflects on the struggle. “I had to grind, had a lot of money on my mind,” he rhymes. “Started off with a drawer full of dimes/ Started looking for love, it was hard for me to find.”

TDE’s Jay Rock follows: “Nothin’ is by the book, niggas switchin’ up / Snitchin’ becomin’ Bool, niggas bitchin’ up.” Finally, DCMBR provides a finale with smooth harmonies. “Nobody knows what it took to stay ten toes down,” he sings. “Nobody knows where I’ve been, thank the Lord I made it out.”

Following a Grammy shout out from Kendrick Lamar, Mozzy is prepping his newest project, Spiritual Conversations. “Nobody Knows” is expected to be a single on the new effort. Listen to the street-anthem below.