The 5 Biggest Songs To Drop This Week

20 July 2018, 09:42 | Updated: 20 July 2018, 09:44

Ciara. Picture: Instagram

Featuring new music from Ciara, Chance The Rapper, Migos and more.

This week was dominated by the surprise release of Chance The Rapper's four new songs.

The Chicago rapper, who was rumoured to be releasing an album this week, delivered some smooth new music for his fans.

Migos released a star-studded remix of Cardi B's 'Invasion Of Privacy' song 'Drip', while Popcaan dropped his new album 'Forever' featuring Davido and UK rapper Ambush released a big remix of his song 'Jumpy' alongside Skepta and Chip.

Listen to the five biggest songs to drop this week below:

  1. Ciara - 'Level Up'

    Ciara has announced her return to music with fiery new single ‘Level Up’. The singer, who recently celebrated her second wedding anniversary with husband Russell Wilson, is preparing to released her new album on her own label Beauty Entertainment.

  2. Chance The Rapper - 'I Might Need Security'

    Chance The Rapper surprised his fans with four new songs ‘I Might Need Security’, ‘Work Out’, ‘65th& Ingleside’ and ‘Wala Cam’ featuring Supa Bwe and Forever Band. The standout track from the collection, hears Chance reflect on his success so far.

  3. Migos Feat. Future, Young Thug & Hoodrich Pablo Juan - 'Drip' (Remix)

    Following the birth of Cardi B and Offset’s new baby Kulture, Migos have released a star-studded remix of her Invasion Of Privacy song ‘Drip’. Future, Young Thug and Hoodrich Pablo all deliver big verses. But sadly Cardi is nowhere to be seen.

  4. Ambush Feat. Skepta & Chip - 'Jumpy' (Remix)

    UK rapper Ambush has released a huge remix of his popular song ‘Jumpy’ alongside Skepta and Chip. Expect to hear this song on heavy rotation this summer!

  5. Popcaan - 'Forever' (Album)

    Popcaan has released his long-awaited second album 'Forever' featuring Davido. Following the success of his debut album 'x', the Dancehall star has unleashed a 17-track new project for his fans. He premiered the album live and direct from a street party in Kingston, Jamaica.

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