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TOP RATED MUSIC FOR THE WEEK

Drake - Money In The Grave (Music Video) ft. Rick Ross


Drake has shared the music video for his new song “Money In The Grave.” The grainy black and white video includes footage from a construction site, a swanky plane, a Drake show, and more. Featured artist Rick Ross also appears in the clip. Check out the video, directed by Theo Skudra, below.




Joeboy - Beginning

With just two singles—the hugely popular "Baby" and "Beginning"—the newcomer artist has managed to become one of the most talked about names bubbling out of the Nigerian music scene. Joeboy has also become a poster child for the huge potential that Mr Eazi's Empawa initiative can bring to new African artists.



Destiny Boy _Time Is Money 

Destiny Boy the young talented street fuji-pop artiste returns yet again to the music scene after he dished out ‘Hustle O Remix‘ alongside Small Doctor and Qdot. On this new record ‘Time Is Money‘ he shares that his Mom and Dad had always warned him never to compare himself with others. Instead he should always Pray for God’s blessing and keep on with the hustle because Time Is Money one day the story will change.
This an inspirational song, a thoughtful one that will impress you.






Calboy - Envy Me

Calboy is a 20-year-old rapper from Chicago. His single "Envy Me" was released in September 2018 and continues to ride high on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.



 Swae Lee, Drake - Wont Be Late 

Swae Lee's teams with Drake for his new song “Won’t Be Late.” The younger of the two brothers comprising Rae stremmud began teasing the new single via social media on Wednesday, writing, “Vibes drop starting tomorrow.”



Fireboy Dml - Jealous


YBNL‘s talented singer, Fireboy DML Jealous is one of the hottest trending act in the music industry.
The song “Jealous” has been receiving massive streams since the release of the official video (Watch visuals here). It has also found its way into major music charts and it buzzing heavily on every speakers and playlist. “Jealous” was produced by Cracker, It a Bang! don’t miss out, watch the video below.



Lil Tecca - Ransom 

Lil Tecca locks up his first No. 1 on Billboard’s Rhythmic Song airplay chart as “Ran$om” lifts 2-1 on the list dated Oct. 19. The single ascends with a 12% surge in plays in the week ending Oct. 13, according to Nielsen Music.
















Burna Boy - Ye 
Burna Boy's album Outside was released at the top of this year but it's so perfect for these hazy August days. The Nigerian artist's preferred term of his music is Afrofusion and that label definitely fits "Ye," one of the album's best songs that mixes pop, dancehall, and Afrobeats into its own unique thing. Today, The FADER is premiering a video for the song which features him surrounded by high-fashion and a very nice Bentley. In an email, Burna Boy explained how the video came together.















Wale - On Chill (feat. Jeremih)


Wale has paired up with singer-songwriter Jeremih for a brand new single, “On Chill,” which marks a listen from the rapper’s upcoming album. Wale previously worked with Jeremih on 2014’s “The Body” and song marks a reunion for the two. The slick track, produced by L.T. mOE and VA, centers on a tumultuous relationship, with the rapper singing, “We’ve been on a tragedy for months/Why can’t you agree with me for once/Maybe we can be on chill tonight/Maybe I can give you chills too.” He eventually acknowledges, “If we good, that’s good enough.”






Saweetie - My Type

Saweetie's “My Type” is a smash. The high-energy, up-tempto, bad bitch anthem has proven to be an undeniable force. Having won the hearts of TikTok users, radio (rhythmic, urban and now Top 40, logging more than 81,000 combined spins, according to Mediabase and streaming, where BuzzAngle Music records 160 million U.S. streams to date and her label, Warner Records, counts over 315 million global streams, the song is now poised to cross over and truly scale.












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