Logic — Confessions of a Dangerous Mind

Logic is back with some “Confessions.” The Maryland rapper follows last year’s YSIV with the official release of his introspective new track, “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind.” As usual, frequent collaborator 6ix sits behind the boards for this one.

Over soulful production, Young Sinatra raps about comparisons in the rap game. “They always compare, they always compare me to others / And try to pit me up against all my brothers,” he complains. “Now why you think so many rappers be overdosin’ at the crib? / ‘Cause people just won’t let ’em live.”

Taking this further, Logic raps about the names he is often compared to: “‘You’ll never be Kenny / You’ll never be better than Drizzy or Cole / You’re losing your hair, you’re too fucking old’ / Yeah, these are the comments I’m readin’ on Twitter right now / They make me depressed and they pullin’ me down.”

Originally released as a teaser on Twitter, “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind” is the title track off Logic’s sixth studio album, according to the song’s music video. It is unclear when this LP will drop but the teaser claims that it’s “coming soon.”

“Confessions” arrives just days before Logic’s Supermarket novel hits retailers on March 26. Listen to his “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind” below.

Rich the Kid — The World is Yours 2

One year after dropping The World Is Yours, Rich the Kid delivers the album’s star-studded sequel.

This time around, the Interscope rapper teams up with Young Thug, Gunna, Offset, Big Sean, NAV, Takeoff, Lil Pump, Jay Critch, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and YoungBoy Never Broke Again. Miguel, Ty Dolla $ign, and Tory Lanez add some R&B flavor to the project.

Rich also enlists some big names on the production side. D.A. Doman, Wheezy, T-Minus, Sevn Thomas, TrapMoneyBenny, CashMoneyAp, and more lend beats to this effort.

“It’s…an album full of hits,” he told Billboard. “It’s not like I came in there trying to make regular songs. Every song is a hit. Every song is a smash. I don’t think anybody’s done that in the last century. No cap!”

As if this wasn’t enough, Rich says he will be releasing another project sometime in the near future. “I record so much work,” he explained in the aforementioned interview. “I got so much, so I’m coming back after this…quick.”

Enjoy The World Is Yours 2 below.

NAV — Bad Habits

NAV isn’t slowing down. Just one week after dropping his Brown Boy EP, the Canadian rapper-singer is back with his newest full-length album, Bad Habits. He executive produced project the project himself, along with The Weeknd and Cash.

Abel does more than just executive produce the effort. The XO boss also hops up on “Price On My Head.” Other guests include Meek Mill, Young Thug, Gunna, and Lil Durk. Meanwhile, Pro Logic, Wondagurl, Cubeatz, London On Da Track, and NAV himself drop production.

The rapper-producer rhymes about a variety of topics on Bad Habits, including pain killers, fashion, and watches, but he also gets candid about his bond with his mother. “I just made a little change, mama,” he raps on “Why You Crying Mama.” “I just got a little fame, mama / But my heart won’t ever change, mama.”

Get to know different sides of NAV below.

Jaquees feat. Lil Baby — “Your Peace”

Jacquees, who raised eyebrows last year when he proclaimed to be “The King of R&B, joins forces with Lil Baby on his newest single, “Your Peace.” Over $K’s production, the duo sing and rap about romantic relationships and serenity.

“I can’t find one who knows how to treat a man,” Jacquees laments on the track. “I’m just really trying to understand / Who really trying to know who I am / Right now, I can’t even trust my friends.”

Elsewhere, Lil Baby sing-raps about his own issues in a complicated relationship. “Everything I get, you get a piece,” he explains. “Why you can’t sit back and be my peace / Neck was looking dry, I bought a piece / Complaining about her smile, I bought her teeth / She can’t buy her own bags, I bought her three.”

Jacquees is currently working on Round 2, which he says is “OTW.” Listen to “Your Peace” below.

Megan Thee Stallion — “Sex Talk”

Rising newcomer Megan Thee Stallion keeps people talking with the release of her newest single, “Sex Talk.” After creating a major buzz with “Big Ole Freak,” “Freak Nasty,” and a series of freestyles, Megan keeps things raunchy.

“Got more milkshakes than Kelis,” she rhymes, referencing Kelis 2003 smash off Tasty. “Ain’t met a nigga who can handle me / I think I should be in museums / ‘Cause this body a masterpiece.”

Recently, Megan spoke out against critics who are quick to point out her sex talk on records. “You let the boys come up in here and talk about how they gon’ run a train on all our friends and they want some head and they want to shoot everything up, and they want to do drugs,” she told Rolling Stone. “Well, we should be able to go equally as hard. I don’t want to hear none of that, ‘That’s offensive!’ or, ‘All she talk about is pussy.’”

DDG — Sorry 4 the Hold Up

YouTube sensation DDG has been building a buzz for his music and he is now delivering a short body of work. After generating some excitement around his budding career, the Michigan rapper apologizes to fans for taking so long to drop this collection on Sorry for the Hold Up.

Fellow YouTuber-turned-artist Queen Naija pops up as a guest on “Hold Up.” Meanwhile, YBN Nahmir, G Herbo, and Blac Youngsta lend their voices to the single “Run It Up.” Released two months ago, the song’s music video already has 5.3 million views while the audio racked up 2.7 million in four months on YouTube.

DDG made a name for himself in the YouTube world, where he’s amassed 2.5 million subscribers for his “The DDG Family” channel. Since then, he’s released several singles, including “Givenchy,” “Take Me Serious,” “On My Own,” and “New Money.”

The hold up for the EP is over. Stream below.