The Best New Music This Week: Lil Yachty, Offset, Anitta, and More

Complex's best new music this week includes songs from Internet Money, Offset, Fivio Foreign, Anitta, Missy Elliott, Larry June, and many more.

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The summer is quickly winding down, but the new music releases are still coming in hot. This Friday, Internet Money released their new EP, We All We Got, featuring their standout track with Lil Yachty, “Codeine Cowboy.” Migos member Offset is gearing up for another solo album release with his new trap record, “54321.” And Anitta hooked up with Missy Elliott for their fiery collaboration “Lobby.” This week’s list also includes songs from 42 Dugg, Larry June, Chief Keef, and more.

Check out the best new music of the week below. You can also stay up-to-date with all of the latest releases in music by following our playlist on Spotify here

Internet Money f/ Lil Yachty, “Codeine Cowboy”

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Super producer collective Internet Money, which was founded by Taz Taylor, is back with their new six-track EP, We All We Got, featuring their standout single “Codeine Cowboy.” The track was co-produced by the collective’s Taylor and Nick Mira and features vocals from Michigan’s Lil Yachty. On the track, Yachty delivers high-pitched, whistling vocals as he sings about sleepless nights fueled on prescription drugs and partying. “We haven’t slept sincе Thursday, I might go berserk/ Late night off thеm percs/ I’m poppin’ thirtys, thirtys, falling off this Earth,” Lil Boat sings as hazy production erupts in the background. The new track, which is bound to go off in a party setting, arrives four months after Internet Money and Yeat’s popular collaboration, “No Handoutz.”

Offset, “54321” 

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Migos’ Offset is branching out on his own again to release his first solo single of 2022. “54321” is a slow-burning trap record that finds the Atlanta rapper delivering  braggadocious bars with dizzying flows about his luxurious jewelry and endless wealth. “I collect shoes and I don’t even wear ‘em/ Twenty-five million, I get overwhelmed,” he spits over production by Baby Keem, Jahaan Sweet, and Mike Dean. Offset also slides in some of his signature “Woo” adlibs. The new song is expected to appear on the rapper’s forthcoming solo album, which will serve as a follow-up to 2019’s Father of 4

Anitta f/ Missy Eliott, “Lobby” 

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Brazilian singer Anitta tapped music vet Missy Elliott for a funky and futuristic new collaboration called “Lobby.” On the radio-friendly pop hit, Anitta floats over a vibrant beat with sensual vocals, singing, “Kiss me from the roof to the lobby/ Your lips on my body/ They work like a hobby.” Missy Elliott brings the thunder and hip-hop flavor with a sexy and catchy rap verse. “Straight to the party, we meetin’ up in the lobby/ I’m feelin’ kinda naughty, the way he be on my body/ Missy and Anitta, we rollin’ up to the party/ That hottie, he can get the keys to my Bugatti,” Missy adds. “Lobby” is a fun song from Anitta’s deluxe album, Versions of Me

Fivio Foreign, “London Freestyle”

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“London Freestyle” is a triumphant drill record from Fivio Foreign that finds the Brooklyn native dropping aggressive one-liners over ominous production and a sliding bass. After a triumphant intro addressing his naysayers, Fivio erupts into a bar-heavy verse that discusses his winning-streak in the rap game, fame, and lethal tendencies. “I pay the stylist to handle the shoes/I take a percy’ to handle my mood/It keep me calm, it help me not to shoot,” he spits. Fivio Foreign’s “London Freestyle” appears on the deluxe edition of the rapper’s debut album, B.I.B.L.E., originally released in April. 

Larry June f/ Syd, “For Tonight” 

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“For Tonight” is a smooth record on which Larry June joins forces with R&B and soul singer Syd. Over groovy production, Larry June addresses a particular love interest with seductive bars. The gritty texture of his voice is perfectly complemented by the velvety soft texture of Syd as she sings “I’m all yours for the night/Buckle up for the ride” over groovy production. “For Tonight” is a romantic, late-night single that is one of many standouts on Larry June’s latest project, Spaceships on the Blade

42 Dugg, “IDGAF”

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“IDGAF” is a new single from 42 Dugg that finds the Detroit rapper spitting over a menacing beat. On the track, 42 Dugg is ruthless, going in on one lengthy verse. “Roll life, I miss my old life, lemme show you what that road life/Fetti, bricks in seeing five to a 6’10”, I’m the shit still/Who care if he don’t hold it down ‘cause my bitch will,” he spits. “IDGAF” is rumored to be on 42 Dugg’s next album, although details concerning the project have yet to be announced. 

Chief Keef, “Chief So”

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“Chief So” is a sinister single from Chief Keef himself. On the track, the rapper discusses his opps that “wish Chief So was dead.”

“Cause, I’m G to the L to the O, Big Glo/ Chief So, dodgin' potholes in a red Ghost/Chief So, smokin’ Citgo not a Primo/Chief So, stackin' Doritos, stackin' Pringles,” he spits on one of three verses. Elsewhere on the chorus, Chief Keef is joined by goons while they chant, “Chief So.” The new track does not appear to be attached to any album at the time. 

Key Glock, “From Nothing” 

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“From Nothing” is a hard-hitting trap song that finds Key Glock chronicling his come-up from the hood to the simple life. Though Key Glock notes that he’s living a lavish lifestyle these days, he raps, “I made it out the hood, but I still be thuggin/I made it out the hood, but I still be druggin.” On the track, Key Glock’s flow is razor sharp and fast, but still smooth and clear to follow. “From Nothing” is expected to appear on the rapper’s next project, and arrives almost a year after the 2021 release of The Yellow Tape 2

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