Best Songs of The Week: ft. Action Bronson, DOMi & JD BECK, and More

Action Bronson performs live on stage at Paramount Theatre on February 05, 2022 in Seattle, Washington.

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The Round-Up is Okayplayer’s weekly playlist of the best songs in the worlds of hip-hop and R&B. This week’s set features new music from Action Bronson, DOMi & JD BECK, Your Old Droog, Quelle Chris, and more.

Scroll through selections from this week’s sequence of the best songs below and subscribe to Okayplayer’s Spotify channel today. 

DOMi & JD BECK – “Smile”

After years of lighting up the internet with videos of wild imrprov sessions and deconstructions of grailed rap production, DOMi & JD BECK officially launch the campaign for their still-untitled debut album with a breezy lead single, featuring a quirky and tender Anderson .Paak-directed video with a stacked cast.  Their still-untitled project is due later this year via Paak’s newly-founded label, APESHIT.

Flee Lord featuring Conway The Machine, Roc Marciano, and Trae Tha Truth – “Final Four”

Flee Lord wrangles North New York’s finest on a murky new single from his forthcoming tape, Pray For The Evil III. 

Quelle Chris featuring MoRuf and Pink Siifu – “The Sky is Blue Because The Sunset is Red”

The latest glimpse at Quelle Chris‘ upcoming album is a swirling and soulful chant, assisted by Pink Siifu and MoRuf with production from Knxwledge and Chris Keys. Deathfame is out on May 13th via Mello Music Group.

tuamie – “leaving my mark on the earth”

tuamie stitches a cold Future verse into a blaring, blip-heavy suite on this selection from his latest tape, A Question Called Tuamie.

Your Old Droog – “Mind Your Business”

Your Old Droog announces his next project with a mean performance over warbled organs. Keep an eye out for his upcoming tape, Yod Stewart, in May.

Action Bronson – “Ninety-One”

Action Bronson pulls no punches on this hulking closer to his new album, Cocodrillo Turbo, out today via Lomo Vista Recordings, featuring appearances from Alchemist, Roc Marciano, Meyhem Lauren, Conway The Machine and more.

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