R&B/Hip-Hop Fresh Picks of the Week: Maxo Kream, Dijon, Cozz & More

Featuring a haunting choral loop, Maxo Kream’s “STREETS ALONE,” from the Texas rapper’s latest album, Weight Of The World, captures a feeling of solitude tucked between thumping 808s and active percussion. Starting strong with a menacing feature from A$AP Rocky, the mic is seamlessly passed to Kream, who lays out witty lines slathered in his thick tone.

cultgabe, “Stay”

Making his official appearance on the alt-scene, San Diego’s cultgabe delivers his debut EP, nowherefast. “Stay,” the project’s fourth track, features raw trap drums and a rap-like cadence layered with rock guitar progressions, capturing the artist’s genre-fusing sound.

Don Q, “Say That”

On “Say That,” Bronx rapper Don Q wants full transparency. “She want Chanel, just

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