DaBaby, H.E.R., Tyler, The Creator, Leon Bridges & More: What's Your Favorite New Music Release? Vote!

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DaBaby, H.E.R., Tyler, The Creator, Leon Bridges & More: What's Your Favorite New Music Release? Vote!

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Published in News · 19 June 2021
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Music lovers had some great new releases to dive into this week, including standouts from DaBaby, H.E.R., Tyler, The Creator, and more. Billboard wants to know which one tops your list!

This week, Charlotte superstar DaBaby dropped "Ball If I Want To," his second solo single of 2021 after "Masterpiece." Clocking in just under two minutes, the raunchy new track is filled with not-so-thinly veiled sexual innuendo, and finds the rapper making his music video directorial debut with a rowdy high school-themed visual.

On the heels of winning a Grammy Award for “I Can’t Breathe” and an Academy Award for “Fight For You,” H.E.R. releases her engrossing new album, Back of My Mind. The R&B star's debut full-length spans 21 tracks and features appearances by Ty Dolla , Lil Baby, Thundercat, Chris Brown, DJ Khaled, and others. On the set, she explores new terrain as a vocalist, particularly on ballads like the yearning “My Own” and the wounded “Mean It.”

Ahead of the release of his next album,
Call Me If You Get Lost, Tyler, The Creator offers the new track "Lumberjack," which seemingly masquerades as a straightforward rap song flexing fame and fortune. But a closer looks reveals that it's an irrepressible Tyler tune, with ad-libs from DJ Drama and outlandish wordplay.

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