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#MASSMONDAYS: Sylus Gambino, Big Super, MonaVeli



Another Monday, another list. As the month wraps up, I kept it short and sweet this week with three artists instead of the usual starting five.

Check out the latest below.

Sylus Gambino – ‘Down For Me’ featuring Vanni, 26 Rari and TK Kravitz

With his debut single, “Kill Or Be Killed,” racking up over 100,000 plays on Spotify, Sylus Gambino keeps the momentum going with the release of his brand new record, “Down For Me.”

The NNCHVLNT records president tapped on the services of his label artists Vanni and 26 Rari, as well as Atlanta’s own TK Kravitz (“Homebody,” “Ocean,” “Space”) for the Humbeats-produced track.

“Because we already did a street record, I [knew it] was the safety net or predictable go-too for the next record,” Gambino told miixtapechiick. “But, to showcase how much my range to create music can stretch, I went the total opposite direction, knowing I can execute both street feel records and also on the radio replay records.”

Set to appear on his forthcoming EP, the themes of loyalty and betrayal from the first two singles should give you an idea of what to expect from his highly-anticipated project.

Big Super – ‘Slight Work 2’ 

Big Super has never been the one to disappoint on a record.

With his EP Slight Work 2 coming soon, the multi-faceted artist drops the official title track. Serving as a follow up to February EP, No Favorites, Big Super certainly lives up to the Rebel Mafia name with his delivery over the cartel-inspired instrumental.

Back in May, Big Super dropped the visual for his single, “Stainless.”

MonaVeli – ‘Space’

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New to miixtapechiick.com, MonaVeli surely makes an impression as soon as the beat dropped.

Her new record “Space” describes a feeling that we all know too well when it comes to needing a break and quieting the noise. Though only a minute and 50 seconds in running time, MonaVeli says all that she needs to on the track.


Kai Cenat Previews Unreleased Drake & Lil Yachty Song



Kai Cenat has managed to get his hands on an unreleased track by Drake and Lil Yachty miixtapechiick

Kai Cenat has managed to get his hands on an unreleased track by Drake and Lil Yachty.

The track, reportedly titled “SuperSoak,” samples “Goodness Gracious” by Mr. Hotspot. There’s no word yet on whether Drake or Lil Yachty will officially release it.

“Watching the moves and playin’ it close / S.O.D., super soaked / Rainy days isn’t hers, matchin’ coat / We f**k on the jet, it feel like a boat, stayin’ afloat,” raps Drake. This is the latest we’ve heard from him since the announcement of his appearance on Honestly, Nevermind producer Gordo’s forthcoming album, DIAMANTE, set to drop this Friday, July 26.

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Benny The Butcher Returns With New Song ‘Summer ’24’



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Cam Kirk

We haven’t heard much from Benny The Butcher since he dropped Everybody Can’t Go back in January. However, the Buffalo native is back with his latest release, “Summer ’24.”

“It’s already full-blown summer / The bitches out, the numbers down,” Benny The Butcher raps on the Nyckles-produced track. Stream below.

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Blxst Releases Debut Album ‘I’ll Always Come Find You’ 



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 Blxst has finally released his debut album, I’ll Always Come Find You.

Split into three acts, the album released via Red Bull Records/EVGLE features contributions from 2 ChainzFatman Scoop, Anderson .PaakTy Dolla $ign, and more.

“This is the most confident I’ve ever felt in my music. What I had to overcome while making this album changed my entire creative process, and the fans deserve to see the growth from that,” Blxst said in a press release. “I would be doing a disservice to not reach the heights I dreamed of reaching when I first started as an artist. No better time than now.”

I’ll Always Come Find You serves as a follow up to 2020 project, No Love Lost. Stream his debut studio album below.

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