StraatBeats Vol. 6 delivers the freshest and hardest hitting tracks for your weekend adventures.
This week’s curation includes music from Takeoff, Flatbush Zombies, Dumbfoundead, Rich The Kid and YG.
1. “Moshi Moshi” – MadeInTYO
MadeInTYO has been teasing us with a few singles such “Outstanding” and “Ned Flanders” as he is looking to cement himself in the realm of club bangers. “Moshi Moshi” maybe just be over a minute long but it gives us a classic MadeInTYO flow as he compares girls to deadstock sneakers over a super catchy beat.
2. “New World Order” – Flatbush Zombies
Flatbush Zombies has returned with a dark, hard-hitting single after releasing their sophomore album, Vacation In Hell, this year. The trio raps about how the world needs a change and that they should be the ones leading the “New World Order”. The name comes as no surprise as the Flatbush rappers have said how much they love wrestling and New World Order is the name of a group of professional wrestlers led by Hulk Hogan in 1996.
3. “Fallback” – DUCKWRTH
The Californian rapper shows off his versatility with this tune as he showcases his aggressive, in-your-face manner of rapping. Different from his usual jazzy/triphop sound, “Fall Back” fills your ears with heavy 808s and bass as he raps about being the jack of all trades in the rap game.
4. “Mo Paper” (ft. YG) – Rich The Kid
Rich The Kid recruits Compton rapper YG for this braggadocious tune that’s all about the amount of money they’re making. A definite club banger fo’sho.
5. “Take It” – Kujoe, John Ibe and Jo. Reagan
Kujoe brings the vibes with this spacey trap track on the hustle and grind of being an up and coming rapper and reaping the benefits of their hard work. A perfect tune for the pregame with the crew, Kujoe is out here giving off some strong The Weeknd vibes with those insane bars.
6. “Killed Before” – Young Thug
Young Thug shows off his melodic side on this tune as he sings and raps about how he’s been through ego death, hence why he’s been able to succeed. With a guitar sample and track produced by London On Da Track, this is definitely one for the chill sesh with the crew.
7. “Thas My Sht” (ft. Elevator Jay) – G Yamazawa
G Yamazawa shouts out North Carolina on this mellow trap track. With an infectious flow bound to get your head bopping, Yamazawa gives us a chill tune to kick it with the crew with.
8. “Harder Than Goyard” – OL Rawzz
The debut single from Singaporean rapper OL Rawzz gives us proper old school vibes as he raps over a boom-bap beat. With an infectious hook, this tune is perfect for the pregame.
9. Swerve On Em (Ft. A$AP Rocky) – Action Bronson
Action Bronson ropes in fellow NYC rapper A$AP Rocky for this track about swerving the gold diggers. Produced by Harry Fraud, the eccentric beat gives the best platform for both rappers to show off their versatile flows yet still maintaining that Action Bronson sound.
10. “Bruce Wayne” – Takeoff
The final track off Takeoff’s debut solo project, “Bruce Wayne” shows off the lyricism and flow of Takeoff. The Migos member puts in a strong case for who is the strongest individual in the group.
The above is a selection from StraatBeats Vol. 6, check out the full playlist below:
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