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Our top 10 US & UK rap tracks of March 2021

March was fairly quiet in England and the US in terms of albums, but allowed us to focus on lesser known artists. The opportunity to establish a top 10 of these songs for this month of March 2021.

Richer – Rod Wave, Polo G

Rod Wave has been one of the most popular rappers in the United States for two great years. Despite this, the latter has a lot of trouble getting a place in the French and European charts. However, he perfectly mixes soul, R&B and hip-hop in his songs and his talent has touched the whole country of Uncle Sam. The latter offered us his third album on March 26, entitled soul fly.

Only one featuring is present in this project, and it will be the title that will open the ranking ball. The Florida rapper invited the young Polo G on the fantastic “Rich”a piece adorned with an intoxicating guitar prod, where the two have fun talking about their new life.

Headshot – Lil Tjay, Polo G, Fivio Foreign

The young Lil Tjay is still at the beginning of his career but the commercial and critical successes accumulate. His album being ready, the latter makes his fans wait with the second extract after “Calling My Phone”which made a sensational entry into the top 10 for the month of February.

We find him alongside another young rapper, Polo Gwith whom he has already collaborated, notably on the hit “Pop Out” which blew them both to the mainstream, and alongside Fivio Foreignthe eternal gangster. “Headshot” offers us a banger with powerful and revolting verses on an instrument mixed between drill and trap, all embellished with a cello. Polo G’s verse is exceptional, his flow and his text to enter the production are perfectly mastered.

Righteous Reapers – Kodak Black Ft. Sykobob, WizdaWizard, Wam SpinThaBin

Having regained his freedom recently, the artist from Haiti is not unemployed. On this unpublished clip with the members of his team, namely Sykobob, WizdaWizard and Wam SpinThaBin, Kodak Black regains a taste for music and wants to steer the industry again. We find them on a threatening prod while being melodious, having fun, without real aesthetics to respect. The rappers kick without a chorus, and offer a nice surprise to any American rap fan.

Lemon Pepper Freestyle – Drake, Rick Ross

At the beginning of March the EP of three titles was released Scary Hours 2which announced the immediate arrival of the long-awaited Certified Lover Boy, the superstar’s sixth studio album. Of the three titles, one caught the attention of Canadian fans: “Lemon Pepper Freestyle” featuring Rick Ross. This one lasts 6 minutes, without chorus, and begins with a verse by Rosay, completed by constant kick by the Canadian, on a soft prod that will stick in your head. True feat from one of the best American rap duo.

Pyro – Denzel Curry, Kenny Mason, Sango

A year ago the EP came out Unlocked by Denzel Curry produced entirely by Kenny Beats. 9 tracks long, the album was accompanied by a short film and had received mixed success. A little over a year later, the same 9 titles were recreated with the sauce of an XXL casting, on the occasion of the EP named Unlocked 1.5, reissue filled with remixes of their old album.

The piece “Pyros”changes enormously from the original and brings a bit of freshness to the complex world of the performer of“Ultimate” thanks to producer Sango Leak. The visual titles are also innovative. Like a fighting video game, you can choose your fighter (here the rappers and producers) and see his different statistics by listening to his music.

Los Pollos Hermanos–Knucks

One of the best UK rappers (and also one of the most underrated) comes back strong with an extremely frustrating title because of its duration: only 1min30. Knucks refers to the fast food restaurant run by Walter White’s sworn enemy in the now cult series, “Breaking Bad”, by naming its title “Los Pollos Hermanos”. On a prod mixed between jazz and salsa, the Londoner kicks to perfection and will surprisingly make you listen to his music often.

When Tony Met Sosa – Benny The Butcher, Harry Fraud

On March 19, the joint project between rapper Benny The Butcher, member of Griselda Records and producer Harry Fraud was released. 9 titles long, The Plug I Met 2 shows the full extent of the talent and complicity of the two artists. “When Tony Met Sosa” wonderfully introduces the album with an old-school prod adorned with saxophone and violin. As usual, the rapper cuts perfectly and recalls the basics of rap. A piece that should appeal to all those nostalgic for the great era of American rap.

Moosa – Vic Mensa, Jeremih, Eryn Allen Kane, Wyatt Wadell

Vic Mensa released his EP I TAPE this Friday, March 26. 7 titles long, we find collaborations with Chance The Rapper, Wyclef Jean and Zacari. One of the songs catches the eye because of its casting and its history: “Moosa”featuring the R&B singer Jeremih, Eryn Allen Kane and Wyatt Wadell.

Five minutes long, the song tells the true story of Moosa, who was sentenced to 25 years in prison in 2007 when he was only 14 years old. He was finally released after serving 13 years in prison, for good behavior following his participation in the training offered to prisoners. To celebrate the occasion, Vic Mensa and his team went to see his family to celebrate their reunion, which can be observed in this video.

6 to 6 – Central Cee

The young London rapper has everything to please and has just released his first album which is a hit in the British charts. After exploding on the GRM Daily channel with his banger “Loading” in 2020, the rapper wants to rob the industry in 2021 and is on the right track.

With “6 to 6”Central Cee introduces his album, and offers us a clip filled with orange where the young artist carries around the streets of the English capital at the edge of five Lamborghinis. This piece proves to us once again that the UK drill remains above that of other countries.

Bobby & Rowdy – DC, Knucks

We find on this nugget two artists in full expansion. DC had impressed with his single “Neighbourhood”while Knucks, who can be found above, was a hit with the sublime “Home”. In his new album In The LoopDC offers a highly anticipated featuring between two artists who have a similar universe.

We feel throughout the title a perfect alchemy, on a melodious and planing prod, which allows the two mc’s to have fun. A real gem, we advise you to take a quick look at these two artists who should follow the path of the big names in UK rap.

Also discover: Our top 10 French rap songs of March 2021

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