The week’s lineup for The Queue features some new selections from Syd, King Krule, The Cool Kids, Quavo, Post Malone and throwback bump featuring Gucci Mane.
Quavo – Stars in the Ceiling
The Migos member steps into the solo spotlight in his latest working with producer Zaytoven. The new track features Quavo‘s famously smooth flow, auto-tuned chorus, and perfectly timed ad libs. Being able to work so well on his own is great and we can only hope that this turns into a solo project while he continues to work with Migos.
Syd – Always Never Home EP
Syd, and the rest of The Internet, have had an incredible year, but it isn’t over yet. After her debut solo album, Syd returns with a three track EP that shows she has mastered her sexy R&B sound.
The Cool Kids – Special Edition Grandmaster Deluxe
After a six-year wait, The Cool Kids have finally released their feature-packed album. The new 16-track album revitalizes the duo and solidifies that Chuck Inglish and Sir Michael Rocks are timeless and always come with the heat.
Stand out tracks: “Westside Connections” and “9:15”
King Krule – Dum Surfer
The Londoner darks an even darker twist than usual with his latest track. Incorporating a gloomy 80s synth into his deep vocals and jazz style, King Krule has put together a song with a completely unorthodox catchiness.
Post Malone – Rockstar feat. 21 Savage
White Iverson returns with a heavy hitting track of love, loss, and betrayal. This time Post Malone returns with 21 Savage to come through with a collaboration well worth the wait.
Gucci Mane – Trap Back
Trap Back is nothing short of quentisential Gucci Mane and a must listen for anyone trying to go through his overwhelming discography. Featuring an up-and-coming 2 Chainz as well as Future, there isn’t one song on this release that doesn’t bang. Filled with production from Gucci’s standard collaborators, Zaytoven; DJ Holiday; Mike WiLL Made It and more, this mixtape personifies the outlandish and extreme persona of the legend.
Standout Tracks: “Get it Back” feat. 2 Chainz and “Plain Jane”