Welcome back to another edition of New Music Friday! This week we feature music from Juice Wrld, Emotional Oranges, Dababy, and Flo Milli.

Bad Boy (ft. Young Thug) – Juice Wrld

Juice Wrld raps on this upbeat melodic trap banger with Young Thug. Produced by Pierre Bourne, this track has all the ingredients for a new age hip hop banger. The thing that makes this track stand out is the distorted guitar rhythm over the chorus. This is an unconventional instrument to be used on a hip hop track but is a token to Juice Wrld’s sound. Once again the man shows us why he was on the rise to number one in the game.

Masterpiece – Dababy

Dababy comes in swinging on this song. With his aggressive and provocative style, you can really get a taste of Dababy’s attitude. However, the thing that makes this track relevant is the fact that he addresses a 2018 shooting that left a man dead. One would think that after attaining success that any individual would keep a low profile on the fact. Dababy does the opposite and opens up the conversation again, a bold move for a rapper who has attained nuclear success in recent years.

Bonafide (ft. Chiiild) – Emotional Oranges

Securing rising soul sensation Chiiild, the LA-based duo comes back with an ethereal yet groovy new track. The new single is a song from their upcoming album juice box. The simplicity of the beat allows the artists to shine with their spacey vocals. A great tune for kicking back, relaxing, and perhaps burning some green.

Roaring 20s – Flo Milli

Produced by legendary producer Kenny Beats, Flo Milli throws down a fast-paced and playful flow on this track. The bet features a play on “If I Was A Rich Man.” She however switches up the lyrics with the hook “if I was a rich b*tch” This statement is followed by the various actions that she claims to do with her newfound fame and fortune. The beat is both catchy and bouncy which will make a tune that will pop in the coming weeks.

And that’s a wrap for this week’s New Music Friday. Let us know in the comments below any other tracks that should have been featured. Click here to see other segments in our New Music Friday series.

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