There have been a slew of great releases from some big names in the scene over the last week. One of waviest artists Yxng Bane, finally gave us his first full length project HBK. Bane not known disappointing when it comes to dropping bangers, has certainly carried on this hot streak with HBK. The project has gone straight in at number 36, with single “Needed Time” debuting at number 51. Yxng Bane seems only know how to make hits so we’re sure to see both of these climb in the coming weeks; GRM Daily premiered his next set of visuals “Slip N Slide” catch up with them right here.
Fredo, another heavyweight of the scene unleashed his first solo offering in a minute, “BMT”. Fredo, is not too dissimilar to Bane, in the sense that he’s another artist who consistently has the scene clamouring for more music. If getting a number one with his collaborative effort with Dave “Funky Friday” (the tune has moved back into the top five, currently at number five), wasn’t evidence enough that he has well and truly gone clear, then “BMT” entering the charts at number 25 surely adds an over encumbering weight to the case.
If by some unfortunate circumstance you haven’t caught the visuals yet, check them out right here. Tables Turn picked up a Rated Award for best mixtape, it seems that whatever Fredo has in store for us next it is sure to receive similar critical acclaim, but maybe that acclaim will be a little more widespread this time.
If all this wasn’t enough, the third track to feature Fredo in the charts is alongside Young T and Bugsey, “Aye Caramba” has just slipped outside the top 40 to number 41, after an impressive 16 weeks in the chart. The viral smash from Cadet and Deno Driz “Advice” is still going strong coming it at number 37 this week, having spent an equally impressive eight weeks in the charts; check out the visuals for this which we also premiered right here.
There have been some mammoth stateside releases this week, with the long awaited Anderson.Paak album Oxnard finally dropping, which features an eye wateringly beautiful list of production credits and his first collaboration with J Cole. Speaking of Dreamville, J.I.D is also releasing his next project Dicaprio 2 in the coming weeks. Keep it locked on GRM Daily for developments across the musical landscape.