The 5 Biggest Songs To Drop This Week

1 June 2018, 13:12

Kanye West performing in New York City.
Kanye West performing in New York City. Picture: Getty

Featuring new music from Kanye West, J Hus, Mac Miller and more.

GOOD Music is taking over the summer already.

Kanye West has just previewed his new album 'YE' and it's sounding like fire! The rapper previewed the album at a listening party in Wyoming and streamed the whole thing live, and it's now available to download, stream and purchase.

J Hus returns in a big way with a triple whammy of brand new bangers, featuring the infectious 'Dark Vader'. Meanwhile, fellow British young guns AJ Tracey, Not3s and Mahalia all deliver some stellar new material.

Mac Miller also dropped not one but three songs this week following his high-profile split form Ariana Grande. The US rapper is back with a timeless trio of mellow bops.

Listen to the biggest songs to drop this week below.

  1. Kanye West - ‘YE’ (Album)

    Kanye West - 'ye'
    Kanye West - 'ye'. Picture: GOOD Music

    After much anticipation, Yeezy premiered his new record at a star-studded listening party and live-streamed the whole thing online. The album is available now to download, purchase and stream.

  2. J Hus - ‘Dark Vader’

    Taken from his new EP 'Big Spang' - his last solo effort since the critically-acclaimed 'Common Sense' - 'Dark Vader' is serving us those early summer vibes, all boxed up in a catchy Jae 5 package.

  3. Mac Miller - ‘Programs’

    Three is clearly the magic number this week as Mac Miller drops another triple whammy of Hip-Hop gold. The rapper returns from a short hiatus with an introspective set of personal tracks.

  4. AJ Tracey Feat. Not3s - ‘Butterflies'

    Another summery song arrives this week in the form of AJ Tracey's new collaboration with Not3s. Tracey brings the bars as Not3s delivers the sweet melodies in what AJ calls his "take on a UK Caribbean sound."

  5. Mahalia - 'I Wish I Missed My Ex'

    Mahalia is quickly making her mark on the R&B world. The honey-voiced songbird drops her relatable ode to ex-lovers this week - it's an easy-listening, on-repeat bop.