The 13 Best New Hip-Hop Songs This Week


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Week in and week out, there are plenty of brand-new rap songs, no matter the time of year. It can be really difficult to stay aware of what's out and also what's hot, so XXL decided to make things much easier for you. Instead of sorting out nearly everything that released this week, we've narrowed it down to strictly the best of the week, saving you plenty of time.

Expect to see selections from the established stars, the next wave of new talent, the up-and-comers and everyone else in between. If your song is fire enough to beat the competition, it'll take one of the weekly spots. You can trust us on this one; follow our lead and you'll never get laughed off the aux cord again. Your friends will finally trust you with playlists; it'll be wonderful. In addition to that, you can check back every week for the latest and greatest tracks. You'll always have somewhere to turn to each week, being sure to find some songs you'll dig.

Enjoy this week's list, featuring new songs from Drake ("Flight's Booked"), Westside Boogie ("Can't Even Lie" featuring Soulja Boy), SoFaygo ("Fall") and more. See you next week.

  • “Flight’s Booked”Drake
  • “Can’t Even Lie”Westside Boogie featuring Soulja Boy
  • “Fall”SoFaygo
  • “Just Say That”Duke Deuce featuring GloRilla
  • “Seoul”AJ Tracey
  • “Conceited”Flo Milli
  • “First Impression”Gucci Mane featuring Quavo and Yung Miami
  • “U Digg”Lil Baby featuring 42 Dugg and Veeze
  • “Step 1″SleazyWorld Go featuring Offset
  • “No Names”Scorey
  • “Or Not”Kent Jamz featuring A$AP Ferg
  • “Record Straight”Lakeyah
  • “Steppin'”Kevin Gates

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