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West London native Dreya Mac is back with a brand-new single in the form of ‘Ain’t No Way’. Teaming up with producer AC Flow, Dreya Mac creates a fun bop on ‘Ain’t No Way’ by switching up her cadence and dropping braggadocious bars on the bouncy beat. Like the track, the visuals are filled with charisma and vibes in abundance as Dreya links up with her squad. [via GRM Daily]

Dallas rapper Erica Banks, who stirred up buzz with the Nelly-sampling ‘Buss It,’ returns with the new single ‘Pop Out’ that proves ‘Buss It’ isn’t the only party rap anthem she’s got up her sleeve. Check out the video below. [via Brooklyn Vegan]

North Carolina rapper TiaCorine has released her first new song of 2022. It’s titled ‘Gas Station’ and comes with a video inspired by Rockstar’s PS2 classic Bully. In the video, TiaCorine rides around on a bicycle while bringing her lyrics to life in humorous (and at times, a little too literal) ways. Check out the video shot by novART Films and Terry Suave below. [via The FADER]

Megan Thee Stallion debuted a new song during the first weekend of Coachella 2022. Now, she’s graced us with an official release of the single. It’s called ‘Plan B,’ and you can check it out below. ‘Plan B’ samples Jodeci, Raekwon, and Ghostface Killah’s 1995 track ‘Freek’n You.’ When Megan introduced the new song from the Coachella stage, she said that it is “very motherfucking personal,” and dedicated it “to whom it may the fuck concern.” [via Pitchfork]

DreamDoll just released her newest single, ‘Ice Cream Dream’ featuring French Montana right on time for the summer. Together, the two New York-raised rappers collabed to deliver a steamy record. The song reimagines the classic 1995 track ‘Ice Cream’ by Raekwon featuring Ghostface Killah, Method Man, and Cappadonna. [via HNHH]

The rapper Sampa The Great — who was born in Zambia, raised in Botswana, started releasing music while she lived in Australia, and recently moved back to Zambia — had her Coachella debut this month and seems destined for big things. In 2019, she released her debut studio album, The Return — which won the Australian Music Prize — and she’s gearing up for another album. Now, she’s released a new single, ‘Lane,’ which comes with a striking music video directed by Rochelle Rhembard and Imraan Christian, and incorporates a spoken-word piece called ‘Origin.’ The song itself is dreamy and determined and features an invigorating guest spot from Denzel Curry. “We’re not going to stay in one lane, we’re going to create multiple ones,” Sampa The Great said. “My truest self encourages me to explore different lanes, and go beyond what I think I know of myself.” [via Stereogum]

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