The Round-Up: Best Songs of The Week - ft. Miles Davis, Black Milk, Georgia Anne Muldrow, and More
With guest spots from RZA, Anderson .Paak and Future.
Happy Release Day, good people. It’s Chance’s Big Day, but there’s so much more to it.
On top of the Chicago rapper’s full-length debut, this week’s list of ear-worthy long-plays includes Caleb Giles’ warped and warm Under The Shade, Rich Brian’s increasingly sophisticated and versatile The Sailor, Cuco’s major label level-up Para Mi, and Medallo, a serrated, at times symphonic, collaborative album from DJ Muggs and CRIMEAPPLE.
EPs and LPs aside, the week in single drops was nothing short of bountiful. Georgia Anne Muldrow and Declaime’s “Post-Apocalyptic Love” is a pulse of polished R&B. PJ Morton‘s strikes back with a buoyant clap-happy cut. Poolside comes through with a jolt of disco-blotted pop. Jidenna returns with his own “Crew” caliber squad anthem. H.E.R. sneaks out another lovely slow-burner. Taylor McFerrin links with Anna Wise on his second dance floor dagger in as many weeks. And there’s a new offering from Miles Davis‘ soon-to-be unearthed Rubberband. But that’s just half the script.
Hear it all in this week’s episode of The Round-Up below. Hit the link to follow Okayplayer’s Spotify channel and never miss another note.