18 New Songs, Albums And Remixes To Love In November 2017

7 November 2017, 19:07

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Featuring new songs from Chris Brown, N.E.R.D., Rihanna, Skepta and more.

November is serving up a serious amount of new music, with all eyes on Eminem in anticipation for his long-awaited ninth studio album, supposedly titled 'Revival'.

The rapper has been leaving cryptic clues following his epic BET cypher, and fans are hoping to see Shady's new material in the coming weeks.

Chris Brown finally dropped his monster 45-track album 'Heartbreak On A Full Moon', while N.E.R.D. are set to make a massive comeback with their new Rihanna-featured single 'Lemon' leading the way.

Migos, 21 Savage, Skepta, Not3s and more have also delivered some incredible new material for you to listen to and enjoy this month.

Check out the best Hip-Hop and R&B tracks to love in October 2017 below.

 

Eminem - 'Revival' (Album)

 

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Rumour has it that we could be hearing brand new Eminem music before the end of the month... fingers crossed.

 

Chris Brown - 'Heartbreak On A Full Moon' (Album)

Breezy has given you more than enough material to last you the month - he even threw in a bonus track too thank his for their support.

 

N.E.R.D. Feat. Rihanna - 'Lemon'

N.E.R.D. dropped an epic surprise at the beginning of November with their infectious new song featuring RiRi. The dancer in the video goes IN.

 

21 Savage, Offset & Metro Boomin - 'Without Warning' (Mixtape)

The trio of Hip-Hop heavyweights have teamed up for a hard-hitting new mixtape, which also features Future, Travis Scott and Quavo. 

 

Migos Feat. Cardi B & Nicki Minaj - 'Motorsport'

Looking past the ongoing drama around the origins of their new track are Cardi B and Nicki Minaj, who slay their verses in this huge Migos collaboration.

 

Skepta - 'Vicious' (EP)

Featuring fan favourites of this year 'Hypocrisy' and 'No Security', Skepta's new drop is a steady winner for this month.

 

Not3s - 'My Lover'

Afro-Bashment star Not3s is back with another infectious island-tinged bop in the form of 'My Lover'.

 

Post Malone - 'Beerbongs And Bentleys' (Album)

 

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As Post Malone continues to ride the wave of success from his 21 Savage-assisted hit 'rockstar', fans eagerly await the rumoured-November release of his upcoming album.

 

CyHi The Prince Feat. Kanye West - 'Dat Side'

Kanye briefly comes out of hiding this month for his confident verse on CyHi The Prince's new track - welcome back, 'Ye.

 

Yungen Feat. Mr Eazi - 'All Night'

Fresh from his chart-topping collaboration with Yxng Bane, Yungen returns with this catchy new tune with Mr Eazi.

 

Avelino - 'No B******t' (Album)

After a huge year of collaborating with the likes of Skepta and Stormzy, Avelino kicks off November perfectly with his incredible new album.

 

Fabolous Feat. Jadakiss & Future - 'Stand Up'

Future delivers yet another infectious hook over Fabolous' trap-influenced new beat. 

 

Nadia Rose - 'Big Woman'

Rising rapstress Nadia Rose brings the bars AND the sass with the tongue-in-cheek 'Big Woman'.

 

Majid Jordan - 'The Space Between' (Album)

OVO royalty Majid Jordan finally dropped their long-awaited sophomore album and it didn't disappoint.

 

blackbear Feat. Tinashe - 'up in this'

A talented producer and writer to the stars, blackbear links up with R&B princess Tinashe for their latest sultry collaboration.

 

Skrapz Feat. Chip - 'High Spec'

Taken from his brand new project 'Different Cloth', Skrapz' punchy new drop sees him team up with fellow UK rapper Chip. 

 

Migos - 'Culture 2' (Album)

 

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After the colossal success of January's 'Culture', Migos are sending all the signals pointing to a release of their hotly-anticipated follow-up  before the end of the year.  

 

Lady Leshurr - 'Queen's Speech 7'

West Midlands rapstress Lady Leshurr is back with her latest edition of her epic 'Queen's Speech' series.