[Music Monday Mention] Rich The Kid & Kendrick Lamar’s “New Freezer;” Lil Yachty & Young Thug’s “On Me;” Lil Durk’s “Make It Out” & Mike Free’s “She Ready”

This week, Kendrick Lamar assists Rich The KidYoung ThugLil Yachty get together, Mike Free taps Dave East and Teeflii, while Lil Durk drops a standalone before a new project.

First up, Rich The Kid and K. Dot premiered their Ben Jayne produced track "New Freezer" on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 show World Record September 26.

While the track was originally thought to feature A$AP Ferg and MadeinTYO, the final production includes the Compton native.

Additionally, the visual for the track, initially teased in January, will be directed by K. Dot along with TDE president Dave Free per Rich.

Check out the new joint below!


Quality Control is continuing to make its name known with its latest premiere featuring Lil Yachty and Young Thug's "On Me."

While the beat fancies more towards Yachty's elementary sound, Thugger's ability to adapt definitely shows as he flows effortlessly.

Additionally, the track will be including in their the label's forthcoming Quality Control compilation, along with MigosQuavo and more.

Check out the new track below!


Also joining for a collab is Dave East and Teeflii on Mike Free's unexpected West Coast-sounding drop, "She Ready."

Mike, who's best known for producing hits for Trey Songz, YG2 Chainz, and more, prepares for a new project later this year.

While Mike offers that West Coast flavor, Dave uses his gritty NYC lyrics to rap about his woman being "ready" for some late night fun.

Additionally, TeeFlii eases in crooning over the beat with a smooth and sexually-driven hook.

Check out the new joint below!


Lastly, just before the third installment to his trilogy 'Signed To The Street," Lil Durk drops the standalone track, "Make It Out."

While continuing his consistent drops, the Chicago native jumps on a Will-A-Fool production offering his familiar melancholic street rap to those in need of motivation.

Additionally, Durk told Paper Magazine:

"There are kids who are really lost. "I can't help everybody, but if I can help anybody I will do it. I mean if you're involved with the kids it shouldn't matter where you go. I've been speaking to sick kids and I can really get through to them. If I've got ideas that I can bring to different artists, basketball players, football players, then I really want to be a part of it. It's a whole movement, we need to stop the violence."

Check out the new banger below!

 

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Ariela Anís is a media maven addicted to pop culture + music. She currently resides in sunny LaLaLand, but is originally from the tri-state. The fiery Latina graduated from Temple U in May 2015 and has been gunning for success beyond the stars ever since. Pushing boundaries is second nature to this zesty entertainment junkie. Ariela Anís is making moves, so be sure to keep up with her on instagram: ari.anis | twitter: arielaanis | website: arielaanis.com

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