On the come-up from Georgia, 20-year-old rapper-singer, Quando Rondo, releases his heavy debut album QPac, which sees the Atlantic Records‘ artist resonate with the hardships of the late legend Tupac Shakur.

While a hip hop freshman, Rondo divulges substantial appeal, from spitting profound bars in-between searching for “Real Love” and taking “Collect Calls,” to entwining urban melodies amid his “Codeine Tales” of ‘dopeboy dreamin‘ to swearing by the hustle in “Letter to My Daughter,” a heartfelt ode to his newborn.

QPac is the highly anticipated follow-up from Rondo‘s well-received mixtape, From the Neighbourhood to the Stage (2019). QPac sees several references to the life and work of 2Pac and while promising, the artist’s intrepid self-comparison to 2Pac as an artist – is better left a defiant aspiration rather than a truth.

The 18-track album features Luh Kel, Polo G, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, and Lil Durk.

Listen now below.

Since making her illustrious mark with the well-received track “Girls Need Love,” Atlanta’s newcomer Summer Walker now debuts her first studio album Over Ita Billboard Chartbreaker, and a drug come true for any RnB junkie.

The mystifying singer-songwriter delivers a soul-baring, translucent 18-track joint taking listeners along for a sultry-smooth RnB ride throughout the many motions only a rocky relationship can bring.

From earning her first break with the YouTube mash-up “Fake Love, Black Beatles, Pony, Yes,” to collaborating with Drake himself, the LoveRenaissance / Interscope Records‘ artist is now one of the industry’s most sought-after.

It’s a pretty sure thing to say, that after you listen to Over It, an indelible album featuring major players Drake, Bryson Tiller, Usher, 6LACK, PARTYNEXTDOOR, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, and Jhenè Aiko – Summer Walker is inevitably, a name you’re bound to remember.

Listen now below.