The world of music and sports in Houston often overlap. As the Astros made it into the World Series, Houston artists have managed to show their pride一Megan Thee Stallion teamed up with the 'stros ahead of Game 2 for a new campaign video, and brilliant collaboration between J. Smith, Ro. J and Siddiq, appropriately titled, "The World Series." This week's new music releases are complete with a new project from Megan Thee Stallion, an R&B ballad from DJ Chose, and a new track from Monaleo.
Below, check out all-new music from Houston artists.
Megan Thee Stallion, Something For The Hotties
The "Hot Girl Coach" has released an all-new project with some of her most coveted freestyles along with brand new music. Thursday, she released the tracklist for the project, and before the compilation was released, she added a few new songs, that weren't previously mentioned including a skit from Vickeloo and Dino, as well as a new song, titled "Kitty Kat."
BBY Kodie, "Started This"
BBY Kodie's latest track "Started This" set's the record straight that he's an innovator in the music industry. On the track, BBY Kodie flexes his luxuries, like parking a "Lamborgini truck outside" and making it known that if he left the music industry, he wouldn't receive the credit he's owed for what he's done.
Monaleo, "Show You Sum"
Monaleo is adding to her impressive music streak in 2021 following her singles"Beating Down Yo Block," and "Suck It Up." This week, Monaleo released, "Show You Some," a bombastic track where she confidently sets the tone for who she is as a rapper.
DJ Chose, "Trying" featuring Yung Bleu
Super producer DJ Chose has successfully made a name for himself in the music industry, producing for some of the most popular hip-hop stars. Today, he released "Trying," which enlisted a guest verse from Mobile Alabama crooner Yung Bleu, where the two go back and forth about the effort they're giving in their relationships.
J. Smith, "The World Series" featuring Ro J. & Siddiq
The battle between Houston and Atlanta is manifested in a new song, "The World Series."J. Smith, Houston emcee Siddiq and Atlanta hitmaker Ro. J go back and forth on the track, representing where they're from.