This week’s new music roundup includes new collaborations by Kiana Ledé, Kehlani, Drake, Gunna and more.
Kehlani goes back and forth contemplating the consequences of cheating in a relationship on Kiana Ledé’s R&B jam, “Ur Best Friend.” Both women find themselves singing about infidelity and returning to their male partners after stepping out with each other.
“And he’s almost perfect, and that’s why it hurts / And he calls me family that’s what makes it worse/ ohhhh its wrong but I make you feel right/ You textin’ my phone while right beside him/ Wish it was anyone besides him,” Kehlani sings.
Kehlani also goes back and forth on “Beautiful Lies,” from Yung Bleu’s debut project, Moon Boy, which is out now. This time, the two vocalists discuss their relationship, which revolves around mistakes, apologies, and little white lies.
Moon Boy also features appearances from John Legend, H.E.R., Moneybagg Yo, Kodak Black, Davido, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and more.
Meanwhile, rising Toronto rapper Smiley links up with Drake and Grammy-nominated producer Tay Keith on his new single, “Over the Top,” while Gunna and Polo G maintain their unique rapping styles and natural chemistry on “Waves,” the latest single off NBA player Kawhi Leonard’s compilation album, Culture Jam.
And lastly, Tinashe has officially dropped the release date for her new album, 333, accompanied by her new single, “I Can See the Future.” 333 arrives Aug. 6 and will include Tinashe’s singles, “Bouncin‘” and the Buddy-assisted track, “Pasadena.”
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