21 Savage Producer Shares Alleged "I AM > I Was" Features: J. Cole & More

UPDATE: The tracklist has been since confirmed pretend by 21 Savage’s camp. Stay tuned for extra info.

While we have identified about 21 Savage’s I Am > I Was album for per week or so, the st-spoken rapper has stored the undertaking’s visitor appearances near his chest. Yet immediately, one the album’s producers, the Grammy Nominated Louis Bell, shared a screenshot the album’s full tracklist on his Instagram story. Of course, we now have but to obtain affirmation from 21 himself, however Bell looks like a reputable supply; the person beforehand produced “Rockstar” for Post Malone and 21, and appears to have reunited the duo on a second go-around.

21 Savage Producer Shares Alleged "I AM > I Was" Features: J. Cole & More

Of course, such reveals must be taken with a grain salt (and to be truthful, he did botch the album title), however given Bell’s prior credentials, it appears attainable that I AM > I WAS can be a stacked affair on each the manufacturing and lyrical tip. Should this intel show right, search for contributions from J. Cole, Childish Gambino Post Malone, ScHoolboy Q, Metro Boomin, Offset, Lil Baby & Gunna, Cardo, DJ Dahi, and extra.

The undertaking is ready to drop on December 21st. Again, it is completely attainable that Bell assumed the tracklist was right, given his personal involvement within the album. Yet the album info appears to be corroborated by a mysterious Twitter account, that beforehand revealed Kodak Black’s tracklist earlier than the information broke. In any case, we are able to solely hope this one involves fruition, because it seems stacked. 

Lil Baby & Gunna's "Drip Too Hard" Leaps Into The Top 5 Of Billboard Hot 100

Lil Baby and Gunna have been teasing their joint mission, Drip Harder for a minute. While the 2 initially teased a summer season launch, the mission in the end took a bit longer to come back out and at last dropped firstly the month. The two rappers kicked f the marketing campaign for his or her joint mission with the only, “Drip Too Hard” which debuted at quantity 28. After climbing up three positions to quantity 25 final week, the only made a significant leap into the Billboard Hot 100 prime 5 this week.

Lil Baby and Gunna land themselves a top-five single on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Drip Too Hard.” The single landed has reached quantity 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 marking Lil Baby’s second prime 10 single following “Yes Indeed” with Drake and Gunna’s first. This comes per week after the discharge their joint mission, Drip Harder. The leap “Drip Too Hard” comprised of quantity 25 to quantity four makes it this weeks’ Streaming Gainer winner. Additionally, the track topped Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart after the only was streamed upwards to 69 % greater than the week earlier.

Aside from inching in direction of the highest the Billboard Hot 100, Lil Baby and Gunna’s joint mission, Drip Harder made a formidable debut on the Billboard 200. The duo’s joint mission made its option to quantity 4 on the Billboard 200 after promoting 130Okay equal album items of their first week.

Peep our cowl story on Lil Baby and Gunna right here.

Anderson. Paak, Lil Baby & Gunna Impress On This Week's "FIRE EMOJI" Playlist

This week’s FIRE EMOJI playlist is much less analogous than the final, through which Lil Wayne confirmed no mercy within the passing lane. This week’s proverbial “Weezy” stranglehold is undertaken by Lil Baby & Gunna answered to the promise their “Drip Too Hard” confirmed a few weeks in the past when it was initially included in our weekly mixer. In addition to the lead single, the YSL boys have offered the FIRE EMOJI playlist with two new entries, “Belly” and the Drake-assisted “Never Recover” produced by Tay Keith.

Aside from buzz generated by Drip Harder’s launch on the tail finish the week, we had been additionally to listen to from Anderson. Paak, on the cusp his Oxnard album drop. “Tints” that includes Kendrick Lamar, a day previous to the Lil Baby-Gunna album, noticed the Compton rapper discover his melodic vary like he is by no means achieved earlier than. For Paak, “Tints” is a welcome addition to his rising midtempo repertoire.

On the peripheries  the larger names making reduce, lie a couple of entrants value realizing: Pressa with “420 in London,” Sheck Wes on “Gmail,” and Joji with “Can’t Get Over You.”

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