Hip-Hop Wired Presents: CRT FRSH [Certified Fresh] Playlist 9.17.21 | The latest hip-hop, music and media news
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At Hip-Hop Wired, we pride ourselves on being totally immersed in the music of the culture we proudly represent. Part of our duty as a publication and team is to teach the masses who is doing what musically and there is no better way to do that beyond our own. CRT FRSH (Certified Fresh) bi-weekly playlist.
As the god Rakim Allah said, it has been a long time since we should have left you, but we needed a little time to recharge and reset our brains so that we could bring new warmth to the culture. This entry from CRT FRSH is another collection of 35 tracks of Hip-Hop music from all types of artists from the United States and abroad.
It’s Clear Few Hip-Hop Fans Could Avoid Kanye West’s Massive Outings DONDA and that of Drake Certified Lover Boy, two albums that clearly stand out as two of the biggest releases so far in the year. We open with Yeezy’s âHurricane,â which features The Weeknd, and a focused Lil Baby continues his streak embodying every feature he’s working on. We naturally followed up with Drizzy’s âChampagne Poetryâ, which set the tone for the project and has already spawned a pair of explosive freestyles from Lupe Fiasco and Freddie Gibbs.
Baby Keem could have one of the most sonically diverse albums of the year in The melodic blue and the track with its big cousin Kendrick Lamar, “range Brothers”, became polarized due to the obvious trolling that occurs at the end of the song. Young Thug continues to push his sound into new areas with Fivio Foreign’s âTIck Tockâ and âStory Timeâ is a scary affair that could have hot spots at night as summer wears on.
Wu-Tang Clan affiliate Bronze Nazareth returns to the scene with “The Precipice” with a little Roc Marciano warmth. Texan spitter Maxo Kream also resurfaced alongside Tyler, The Creator for the track “Big Persona”. Little Simz has one of our favorite albums from 2021 featuring Sometimes I could be introverted, and the Nigerian-British MC’s “Miss Understood” is the album’s closest booming close. We also bring Zambia into the mix with “Zombies” by Chanda Mbao and “good humor saka huya” by MJ Wemoto and both joints are on fire.
The rest of the playlist ends with joints from Flee Lord, Zombie Juice, Smoke DZA, DJ Muggs and Hologram, Action Bronson, Curren $ y, Mickey Factz, Nottz and Blu, Planet Asia, Common, Conway The Machine, Outlawz, Benny the Butcher, and more.
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