The music-filled month of May continues with another plentiful week of new releases. This time around, we’re listening to new albums by Jack Harlow and Bad Bunny, along with fiery new singles from A$AP Rocky, Doja Cat and Roy Woods. As always, you can see and hear what our team is listening to on our Spotify playlist. Enjoy!

Jack Harlow - Come Home The Kids Miss You

What’s poppin’, brand new Jack Harlow just dropped in.

Jack Harlow’s second studio album, Come Home the Kids Miss You, is here and there is no shortage of talent featured on his latest project. Pharell Williams, Justin Timberlake, Lil Wayne and Drake all contribute to the Kentucky rapper’s LP. The album also contains the previously released tracks “Nail Tech” and “First Class,” the latter of which exploded on TikTok and earned him his first solo No. 1 entry on the Billboard Hot 100. At just 24 years old, there is no doubt that Jack’s going to dominate the rap game for years to come.


Apparently Lord Flacko and Ri-Ri are practicing for the big day, at least according to Rocky’s latest, “D.M.B.”

The track’s music video sees the couple dressing up to be married, with the Harlem-rapper proposing to Rihanna, flashing grills that say “marry me.” Rihanna flashed her own set of grills back that say “I do.”

The video depicts a classic love story and the track itself is produced by Rocky, Skepta, Shlohmo, Hector Delgado & Kelvin Krash with additional production by D33J. 


Doja Cat - “Vegas”

After debuting it at Coachella 2022, Doja Cat has shared her new song, “Vegas,” which will appear on the soundtrack for Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis biopic.

Doja’s new single is a take on the well-known song “Hound Dog.” Originally sung by blues artist Big Mama Thornton in 1952 and covered by Elvis Presley four years later, Doja makes it her own by mixing in her own fiery bars along with a trap beat and samples of Thornton’s vocals.


Bad Bunny - Un Verano Sin Ti

Bad Bunny returns with his new 23-song LP, Un Verano Sin Ti.

The Puerto Rican superstar’s latest album is his longest ever, with an eclectic group of guests such as Jhay Cortez, Chencho Corleone and Tony Dize joining Bunny’s sunny beach party with a side of sad-boy feelings. It’s a pretty clever play on words as the album’s title literally translates to “a summer without you” in Spanish while the album cover depicts a medium of happiness and joy on the top half and a deep sadness on the bottom.

Hopping from psychedelic cumbia to indie-pop to reggaeton, this giant album is a shining example of Bad Bunny’s creativity and what makes him one of the world’s biggest superstars.

Roy Woods - “Insecure”

Roy Woods’ latest single, “Insecure,” shows the OVO rapper at his most passionate.

Produced by Harv, Woods’ new single pays homage to the classic 1995 cult film Desperado, as he delivers his signature falsetto vocals that pay homage to Antonio Banderas' iconic character, El Mariachi, for a melodic track that’s about needing someone so much that you can’t leave.

On top of dropping a music video for the track, Roy Woods also announced his upcoming album, Mixed Emotions. Expected to arrive this summer, his upcoming LP will mark his first full-length project since 2017’s Say Less.