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 should be on your radar. Tap in with our weekly new music roundup 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. This week’s collection of new releases includes fresh joints from Pharrell Williams, Kid Cudi, J.I. the Prince of N.Y. and others.

“Cash In Cash Out” — Pharrell Williams featuring 21 Savage and Tyler, The Creator

Pharrell Williams is back in his bag. A week before Skateboard P’s Something in the Water festival takes place for the first time in Washington, D.C., he delivers his latest song, “Cash In Cash Out”. The G.O.A.T. producer teams up with leaders of the new school 21 Savage and Tyler, The Creator for the big money talk record. The Pharrell-produced track is accompanied by a hella creative CGI animated video.

“Do What I Want” — Kid Cudi

One thing about is that he’s going to do things his way no matter what. The influential artist makes that clear with his new song “Do What I Want.” The groovy track, which was first previewed in 2020, finds Cudi letting it be known that he’s forever living life to the fullest. Expect “Do What I Want” to appear on Cudi’s forthcoming eighth album, Entergalactic. Due later this year, the album will be released alongside a Netflix project Cudi has in the works with How To Make It In America creator Ian Edelman and Black-ish creator Kenya Barris.

“Riot” — J.I. the Prince of N.Y.

J.I. the Prince of N.Y. has lowkey been going in this year. He started things off with the thumper “I Ain’t Gon Lie.” Then he let us know that he holds grudges more than conversations on “Toxic.” Now he’s making it clear that he’s not playing around with his latest drill banger, “Riot.” The Brooklyn rapper is turning up the heat in anticipation for his upcoming 11-track project Young & Restless Vol. 1 Baby Don. The 20-year-old, who will be performing at this year’s Wireless Festival, also co-directed the video for his latest single.

“Drive By” — French Montana featuring Babyface Ray

French Montana pulls up with his go-to producer Harry Fraud and Babyface Ray for “Drive By.”

“Wifey” — Rubi Rose

Rubi Rose samples a classic N.E.R.D. track for her new jawn, “Wifey.”

“Baby Boo” — Muni Long featuring Saweetie

Saweetie appears on singer-songwriter Muni Long’s “Baby Boo.”

“Denial” — Rae Sremmurd

One of hip-hop’s favorite dynamic duos, Rae Sremmurd return with their first single in about four years. It’s called “Denial.”

This week’s new music roundup also features YoungBoy Never Broke Again (“Sexin Me”), NLE Choppa (“Apart From You”), RZA (“We Push”), YSB Trill (“Lost”), Cochise (“Turn It Up”), Iann Dior (“Live Fast Die Numb”), Shelley FKA DRAM (“Chocolate Covered Strawberries”) and Saucy Santana & Latto (“Booty”) who also dropped off some new music.


Bops That Just Dropped: ONE37pm’s New Music Round Up

If you’re searching for some new music to add to your daily rotation, look no further than this week’s list of new releases. This roundup of songs and projects that have dropped within the last seven days is packed with lit new tunes that are perfect for just about any contemporary hip-hop fan’s new music playlist. From New York Drill to southern trap, there’s something for just about everyone on this list.

Bronx Drill rapper Kay Flock just dropped a new song with none other than Cardi B and it’s quickly gaining lots of traction. The track, titled “Shake It,” also features verses from Dougie B and Bory300. The high-energy club anthem with its catchy hook can easily get stuck in your head. The Bronx-bred foursome trade verses about running down on opps and turning up. It’s hard not to love Flock and Cardi’s raw energy and lyrics. This is definitely a song that can get you moving. We just had to add it to our new music playlist.

Fredo Bang is back with a new project, 2 Face Bang 2. The sequel to 2018’s 2 Face Bang opens with the soul-baring “Street Lights,” and features collaborations with Roddy Riich, Money Man and Brooklyn Drill rapper Sleepy Hallow. Filled with raw lyrics, infectious beats and catchy hooks, the Louisiana native’s latest Def Jam release should be a hit with fans of his previous work, as well as with newfound listeners.

After all of these years in the game, Gucci Mane remains one of the hardest working guys in hip-hop. He doesn’t let much time go by without releasing a single or two. In 2022, he dropped his YoungBoy Never Broke Again-diss, “Publicity Stunt”, the Young Dolph & Key Glock-assisted “Blood All On It” and “Rumors” with Lil Durk. This week he introduced the solo track, “Serial Killers.” Big Guwop glides over the menacing beat with his signature flow.

There have also been new drops from the likes of Blueface & G Herbo, Trina & Latto, Quando Rondo, Duke Deuce, Yungeen Ace, NoCap, Bas & Gunna and others. If you’re in the mood for some new bops, be sure to run through this week’s collection of new releases. You shouldn’t be disappointed.