The SpotiFive: Friday November 30th – Tekashi 6ix9ine, Meek Mill and Drake And More

Gucci Mane Featuring Quavo – “Bipolar”

Two of Atlanta’s dopest rappers link up for this banging cut. This song is from Gucci’s highly anticipated 13th album Evil Genius, which could be delivered by the end of the year.

Earl Sweatshirt – “Cold Summers”

Earl Sweatshirt just dropped Some Rap Songs, his first official album in over four years. The 15-track album is filled with bangers, but this song “Cold Summers” is one of the standouts thanks to the production.

Tekashi 6ix9ine featuring Tory Lanez “KIKA”

Tekashi 6ix9ine was one of Hip-Hop’s most buzzing artists over the past two years, thanks mostly to his numerous beefs with other rappers. It’s unfortunate, because now he’s in the biggest fight of his life, against the federal government. This track is taken from Tekashi 6ix9ine’s new album Dummy Boy, which will top the charts next week as the rapper sits in prison awaiting his September 2019 trial for racketeering charges.

Offset – “Red Room”

Migos’ star Offset has just released the first song “Red Room” from his solo album coming December 14th on Quality Control Music / Motown Records / Capitol. The New York Times ran their digital story (out in print this Sunday) talking with him about his life and this project headlined “Emerging From Migos as His Own Man: The Metamorphosis of Offset” 

Meek Mill featuring Drake – “Go Bad”

After a vicious feud that saw potentially career-ending disses being traded back and forth, Drake and Meek Mill have officially ended their beef. And what better way to celebrate then collaborating on a song together. The pair finally linked up to record this song “Go Bad” which is featured on Meeks new album Championships.