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Juicy J, Homeboy Sandman, Tanya Morgan, Kid Cudi Drop New Music

Juicy J, Homeboy Sandman, Tanya Morgan, Kid Cudi Drop New Music

Published Fri, June 24, 2022 at 1:00 AM EDT

It's Friday, and that means a lot of new music drops. Take a look at some of the new projects that were just released from rap legends like Juicy J to underground favorites including Tanya Morgan and Homeboy Sandman.

Juicy J and Pi'erre Bourne - Space Age Pimpin

Memphis veteran Juicy J and super-producer Pi'erre Bourne teamed up to release a collaborative album, Space Age Pimpin (not to be confused with the classic 8Ball & MJG song).

The album was executive produced by Juicy, who's been busy lately. He has production credits on Drake's latest, Honestly, Nevermind, and has been touring with Three Six Mafia. He also released another collaborative project with Wiz Khalifa, Stoner's Night. Meanwhile, Bourne has shot to popularity with his production work for Playboi Carti (“Magnolia”), Lil Uzi Vert (Eternal Atake), and his Grammy Award-winning work on Kanye West's "Jesus Is King." The pair previously dropped the lead single, "This Fronto."

Check out the album below.

Homeboy Sandman - I Can't Sell These

Queens lyricist Homeboy Sandman returns with a new project, just a few months after his last offering, There In Spirit, a quirky yet dense glimpse into the always-clever rapper's mind.

“I make art perpetually," he told Rock The Bells upon the album's release. “Part of staying nimble is not only finding new sounds to rap on, it’s not only finding new flows to rap through or finding new topics to rap about. It’s also about opening up more — it’s about finding more about me to put out there.” 

His new project, I Can't Sell These, is just as the title suggests — full of tracks he couldn't legally sell because he doesn't own the rights to the music.

"I rap because it’s magic not because I can sell it," he writes on his Bandcamp page. "It so happens that lots of times I can sell it and that’s cool and thanks those of y’all who buy it. But when I hear a Paquito D’Rivera song just crying to be rapped over I’m not going to fight the feeling just because I don’t know how to reach out to Paquito to get the clearance. Turns out there’s enough people I don’t know how to reach out to for a mixtape. Thrown in there are a couple of songs produced by folks I do know but still can’t sell because art and money make for strange bedfellows. One is the realest thing in existence and the other is the fakest. That being the case I’m not at all upset at all that I can’t sell these songs. I’m just very happy that you can still listen to them."

The 20-track project is available now.

Tanya Morgan - "A Whole Mood"

Fans of underground rap group, Tanya Morgan, have reason to dance. The group has dropped their first new music in a while, "A Whole Mood" (King Most Remix) featuring Jack Davey.

Von Pea and Donwill don't miss a beat on the perfect summertime track. Take a listen below.

Dot Da Genius Ft. Kid Cudi, J.I.D., Denzel Curry - "Talk About Me"

Dot Da Genius and longtime collaborator Kid Cudi linked for a new track with Denzel Curry and J.I.D. The track finds the rappers in top form over a wavy track from Dot.

“I’ve been in music for a long time, right now I’m understanding what phase and era I’m entering,” Dot said in a statement. “It feels good to finally make the decisions, decide what looks good, and just get my vision out to the people that supported me all this time. There are so many kids out there that have supported me, so I want to give them something to hold on to.”

Check it out below.

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