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Bops That Just Dropped: New DJ Khaled, Offset and Others

This week’s collection of new releases includes new DJ Khaled,  JID and Dro Kenji albums, as well as fresh joints from Offset, Lil Tjay, Fabolous, Jim Jones, Lil Gnar, 22Gz, Joey Bada$$, Nav, Shani Boni, BlueBucksClan, SleazyWorld Go and others.

If there’s one thing DJ Khaled knows, it’s how to build hype. He’s arguably one of the greatest hypemen of all time. For his thirteenth studio album, God Did, he helped create excitement around the star-studded project by releasing the top-10 single, “Staying Alive.” Not only did he release a lit collaboration with Drake and Lil Baby, prior to his latest album dropping, he also teased fans with what was being touted as a G.O.A.T.-ed Jay-Z verse.

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Although the album that also features Lil Wayne, Latto, City Girls, Nardo Wick and many others may not be the album of the year, Khaled’s Hov-assisted track hands down features one of the verses of the year.

Even though nothing has been confirmed, it seems as if one of hip-hop’s favorite groups, Migos, has broken up. First we found out that Quavo and Takeoff were starting a new group called Unc and Phew. And now we’re learning that Offset is suing the record label he and his (former) group members were synonymous with, Quality Control.

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In the last few days, Migos fans were treated to new tracks from both Unc and Phew and Offset. Set may be going solo, but he raps alongside Moneybagg Yo on his latest single, “Code,” while Quavo and Takeoff link up with the No. 1 Stunna Birdman for their joint single, “Big Stunna.”

Every week a bunch of new projects, songs and snippets hit the airwaves and streaming platforms and it can be a tall task sorting through all of the noise. Luckily, ONE37pm is here to help keep you in tune with what should be on your radar. Tap in with our weekly roundup below and don’t forget to come back every week for a rundown of what’s new in music.

‘God Did’ — DJ Khaled
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“Just In Time” — JID
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“Code” — Offset
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“Wrong Decisions” — NAV
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“Beat the Odds” — Lil Tjay
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“I Guess” — BlueBucksClan
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“Major League” — Kevin Gates
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“Why Would I Lack?” — 22Gz
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“Almighty Gnar” — Lil Gnar featuring Chief Keef
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“Rich Hustle” — Fabolous featuring Jim Jones
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“Winning” — Shani Boni & Rico Beats
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“She Wanna Bag” — T Dot & Bando
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“India Me” — SleazyWorld Go
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“Habibi” — Ricky Rich featuring A Boogie Wit da Hoodie
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“Steppa” — Edot Babyy
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“How It Go” — BigWalkDog
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“Double Cup” — Rah Swish
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“Treesha” — Lil Tecca
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Bops That Just Dropped: New Music Roundup

Every week a bunch of new projects, songs and snippets hit the airwaves and streaming platforms and it can be a tall task sorting through all of the noise. Luckily, ONE37pm is here to help keep you in tune with what new music should be on your radar.

“True Love” — Kanye West featuring XXXTENTACION
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Many of us Ye fans have been yearning for that Old Ye. Well, the artist formerly known as Kanye West resurrects some of them vintage vibes for his latest single, “True Love.” Featuring the late XXXTENTACION, the two-and-a-half minute long song is sonically and lyrically reminiscent of classics from Ye’s 808s & Heartbreak and My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy eras. The moody track that was previewed during his epic Donda 2 listening session back in February, makes its official debut the same day that the latest Yeezy GAP engineered by Balenciaga collection debuts.

“Sleazy Flow” remix — SleazyWorld Go featuring Lil Baby
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SleazyWorld Go took the Tiktok world by storm with his “Sleazy Flow.” The 24-year-old’s breakthrough record made its way onto the Spotify Viral Chart, SoundCloud, Apple Music’s Global Chart. It also caught the attention of platinum stars like Jack Harlow, Lil Nas X, Lil Durk and Lil Baby. Lil Baby liked the record so much that he hopped on its remix. Released this week, the “Sleazy Flow” remix features the emerging rapper from Kansas City and the Atlanta super star trading flows.

“24 Hrs” — Kaash Paige featuring Lil Tjay
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Kaash Paige is back with a silky smooth record called “24 HRS.” The singer who reps Dallas, Texas teamed up with Bronx bomber Lil Tjay for the sexy track. With this being the 21-year-old’s second single release in about a month, it makes us think that there’s going to be more music to come in 2022. Her last project, Teenage Fever, dropped in 2020. Since Kaash landed on the scene in 2018 with bops like “Love Songs,” she’s appeared on joints with Don Toliver, Alicia Keys, Travis Scott and others.

Also this week, Moneybagg Yo returns with something to say. The Memphis star comes hard with his new track “See Wat I’m Sayin.” Sleepy Hallow delivers with his 347aidan-featured “Die Young.” Jelly and Pi’erre Bourne unleash The Wolf of Peachtree 2. Logic dishes off his latest Vinyl Days single, “Orville.” NY OGs Jim Jones and Maino debut their joint project, The Lobby Boyz. Brooklyn drill rapper 26AR drops his Rob49-assisted “Hottest In My City” banger. BRS Kash, KCAMP, FBG Goat, and others also released new music this week.

Tap in with our weekly playlist below and don’t forget to come back next Friday and every Friday after that for a round up of what’s new in music.

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Rap Legend Jim Jones Diversifies His Portfolio from Music to Crypto

Jim Jones knows a thing or two about diversifying his portfolio. A Jack of many trades, the founding member of legendary rap crew, The Diplomats has BEEN juggling multiple hustles. For more than two decades he’s crafted noteworthy rap music, while also helping launch the Saucey cannabis brand, his ByrdGang and Vamp Life imprints and other business ventures.

He’s held executive roles at record labels and currently hosts REVOLT TV’s Drip Report — a show where Jimmy gives an update on the week’s weather, as well as trending hip-hop news. In support of the digital show’s latest season, the “We Set The Trendz” rapper brought his unique approach to weather forecasting to FOX5’s Good Day New York.

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“They let me do my rendition of the weather, which is pretty big,” says Jones. “To be on Fox News, especially coming from New York and being somebody like myself coming from the hip-hop culture, yet being able to infiltrate the corporations off of a show I started on Instagram is pretty dope.”

Although Jim has made it rain on more than one occasion and has created tracks like “Weatherman,” he insists that his weatherman vibes were manifested by chance. The Drip Report came into fruition organically, according to Jim. “I was in Miami while a hurricane was going on and I was able to capture the moment,” he recalls. “That moment ended up going viral, which eventually turned into what we have today— a television show and people seeing me on Fox.”

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When it comes to getting money, Jim Jones is really about that life. An expert at getting to the bag, he’s an avid supporter of digital money. He details his futuristic hustle on tracks like “Mack Truck,” his 2021 collaboration with Young Thug. He has even gone as far as creating his own crypto coin. Named after one of his monikers, Capo Coin, as Jim describes it is a “social currency to be spent inside of our inner city communities at a discounted price.” You can cop it on UniSwap.

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He credits his homie Noel with introducing him to the worlds of crypto and NFTs, while stressing the importance of taking the time to do independent research. “It’s where money is going,” he says. “There probably won’t be no physical dollars in the years to come. So I encourage everybody to start now on doing their research and learning what benefits them the most when it comes to these forms of currencies.”

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Jim Jones’ biggest hit to date is 2006’s “We Fly High.” The get money anthem which peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 featured the classic adlib: ballin’! Nowadays, the Harlem hustler has a particular outlook on what it means to ball. “The most important part of ballin’ is taking care of your responsibilities and your family. And after that, whatever you choose to do with your life and your money is on you.”

With more than twenty years in the rap game, Jim shows no signs of slowing down. The recently released remix to his Migo-assisted “We Set The Trendz” single features an all-star cast of ballers, which includes Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled and Juelz Santana. The original version was featured on his well-received 2022 DJ Drama-hosted project, Gangsta Grillz: We Set The Trendz.

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From drip to lingo to all around swag, Jim and his Dipset fam have had an undeniable impact on popular culture. When asked if there are any trends that he felt he deserved more credit for being the originator of, he had this to say, “Um, no, I never looked for credit. I look for debit. I’m about cash. Credit never got me paid.” As always, Jim Jones has his mind the money.