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New Music Roundup: Jeezy, Jhene Aiko, PARTYNEXTDOOR

Music Monday

Adrien Vargas // REVOLT

Jeezy, “Church In These Streets”

Calling on his congregation, Jeezy Pastor Young spreads the word over Zaytoven production for his latest sermon, “Church In These Streets.” Just like “God,” the Snowman sprinkles words of enlightenment alongside hardened ethos from the street code of ethics. “Told myself that I'mma go and grind for something / Hustle cause I gotta splurge when I can,” he preaches. “Just know that you looking at a God fearing man.” Amen. This newfound cathedral theme from Jeezy will appear on his upcoming album that is slated for November 13 release.

Jhené Aiko, “In A World Of My Own / Very Good Advice”

As part of the upcoming Disney and Universal Music compilation, titled We Love Disney, Jhené Aiko blesses the project with a celestial take on an “Alice In Wonderland” classic. This will be one of many records featured on the album, including appearances from Ariana Grande, Ne-Yo, Jessie J, and more.

PARTYNEXTDOOR, “Blasé”

PARTYNEXTDOOR has been on a tear as of late, having dropped “Kehlani Freestyle” and “I’m Good” within the past couple of weeks. So over Ty Dolla $ign’s “Blasé” record, the singer proceeds with his run, while crooning over a reworked instrumental to the record. Despite being a minute-long, PND says enough to keep listeners impressed.

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