Shining a light on some of the hottest new music to drop over the course of the past week, END. select their top five musical moments for your listening pleasure.
TRAVIS SCOTT - "FRANCHISE (FEAT. YOUNG THUG & M.I.A.)"
Firing on all cylinders, Travis Scott returns with a fresh single featuring M.I.A. and Young Thug. Dropping "Franchise", La Flame continues his hot streak with a signature slice of his autotune-inflected vocals and distinctive sonic world.
ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER - "DRIVE TIME SUITE"
Two years since his last full length album, Oneohtrix Point Never returns with a prelude to his upcoming ninth album, "Drive Time Suite". Hot on the heels of his seminal score for the Safdie Brothers' film "Uncut Gems", Daniel Lopatin reconnects with his nostalgia drenched aesthetic on this three track EP.
A$AP FERG - "FLOOR SEATS II"
Amidst rumours of his removal from A$AP Mob, A$AP Ferg drops his latest full length, proving he is still a dominant creative force within the Harlem-based crew. Featuring Marilyn Manson, Fivio Foreign & Mulatto, "Floor Seats II" serves Ferg's significant charisma as he retains his "Trap Lord" crown.
ACTION BRONSON - "ONLY FOR DOLPHINS"
Capturing the essence of New York hip-hop, Action Bronson's latest full length record, "Only For Dolphins", finally drops this month. Showcasing the rapper's lyricism, fondness for an old school approach to hip-hop and his trademark New York drawl, Bronson continues to offer a snapshot of big city life.
POLO G - "EPIDEMIC"
Following up on his recent nomination as XXL Freshman of the Year, Chicago rapper Polo G shares stand alone single, "Epidemic". Rapping over a melancholic piano-driven beat, Polo G delivers sombre verses navigating social issues and contemporary life in America, offering a nuanced impression of the world he was raised in.