We’ve literally had new joints surface this all last week from Monday to Sunday from Gucci Mane, Meek Mill, Quavo, Metro Boomin and Zoey Dollaz. So, without further adieu, let’s jump right into them.


A day after celebrating his 24th birthday, Metro Boomin finally released his Travis Scott assisted track “Blue Pill;” which he first teased nearly 3 years ago.

Additionally, he took to Twitter to thank all of his fans “4 bday love and wishes” and later announced his “late birthday gift” for all of his supporters.

Meanwhile, the track marks the first time since the two have linked up since Travis’ Rodeo album and will most likely remain a loosie.

Check out the new track below!

https://soundcloud.com/metroboomin/blue-pill


Next up, another collaboration that’s been long overdue is from Meek Mill and Migos with their track “Contagious.”

Years prior, the Philly rapper and Atlanta trio teamed up for the Key Wane produced joint, actively promoted it throughout social media, but never fully released it.

Having finally dropped in its entirety, the track still holds up from its 2014 tease, and 2013 recording.

Check out “Contagious” below!


Fast forward 3 years, Quavo of Migos releases what appears to be his first released solo single, “Stars In The Ceiling.”

While he links up with fellow ATLien Zaytoven, Quavo drops the new track through his label Quality Control Music as a clear dedication to his Wraith.

In addition to Quavo’s signature melodic flow dripped in auto-tune, Zaytoven supports with his classic key-heavy production and booming bass for the solo debut.

Check out the new track below!

https://soundcloud.com/1iam/quavo-stars-in-the-ceiling


Elsewhere, a few months after the track leaked, Zoey Dollaz finally releases the official version of “Move Like The Mob,” featuring Young Thug and Lil Durk.

While the track feels like it should’ve made Zoey’s latest project ‘M’ap Boule,‘ it missed its deadline and remains a loosie.

In addition to heavy verses from Thugger and Durk, Zoey adds his own heat over the eerie trap produced beat by C Sick.

Check out the new track below!


Lastly, Gucci Mane links with The Weeknd for “Curve,” a track off of his second album of the year Mr. Davis; which was due this past Friday, but has been pushed a month out in light of his literary achievement, The Autobiography of Gucci Mane (due September 19), and his wedding (October 17).

Furthermore, the new track follows his Migos assisted “I Get The Bag,” and features the Toronto native in addition to production credits from Nav.

Additionally, on the braggadocios banger, the two deliver cocky lyricism and sexually charged lines, you really can’t help to bump to.

Check out the new track below!

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