2023’s Most Anticipated Hip Hop Hits From Drake, Cole, Kanye and Others

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Truth be told. 2022 was a good year for hip-hop fans, with releases from top artists like Beyonce, Drake, Kanye, and Lamar Kendrick, to name just a few. It appears that 2023 will be no different. A lot is in store for you if you are a fan of hip-hop. Here are a few artists to look up to:

Kendrick Lamar – ‘good kid, m.A.A.d city’

One of the most anticipated hip-hop albums of 2023 is Kendrick Lamar’s Good Kid mAAd city. The album is said to be a “concept album about Kendrick’s life in Compton.” It is set to feature guest appearances from Kendrick’s Black Hippy crew, as well as other artists such as J. Cole, Drake, and Rihanna.

Cole – ‘Born Sinner’

Born Sinner is a follow-up to his highly successful debut album, Cole World. It features production from a variety of producers, including J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, No I.D., Jake One, and Phonix Beats. The album’s lead single, “Power Trip,” was released on February 12, 2023, and debuted at number two on the Billboard Hot 100.

Kanye West – “Yeezus”

Kanye West’s “Yeezus” is a dark and gritty album that explores themes of religion, race, and politics. The album has been praised by critics and is sure to be a commercial success.

Drake – “Nothing Was the Same”

Drake‘s Nothing Was the Same is set to be released on September 24, 2023, by OVO Sound and Young Money Entertainment. The album will feature guest appearances from Lil Wayne, JAY-Z, Kanye West, and others.

Other albums on the lineup include

  1. A$AP Rocky – Long. Live.A$AP
  2. Rick Ross – Mastermind
  3. Cardi B – TBA
  4. Nicki Minaj – TBA
  5. Cole – It’s a Boy
  6. Lil Wayne – Tha Carter VI
  7. Diddy – Off the Grid Vol. 1
  8. 50 Cent – TBA
  9. A$AP Rocky – Don’t Be Dumb

With these albums, 2023 is expected to be better than 2022 for hip-hop fans. Wait and have fun.

Written by: Jessica Sommerfield

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todayJanuary 13, 2023