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Music / February 18, 2022

New Albums: Curren$y, Yenkee, Yeat & More

Music / February 18, 2022

New Albums: Curren$y, Yenkee, Yeat & More

With the endless onslaught of new music every Friday it’s hard to keep up with all the new releases. We’ve curated the essential new albums and projects out today for you to check out.

Yenkee – Yen

Laced with his trademark surrealism and humour, Yenkee’s Yen follows up 2019’s Cannibal Tree and marks the strongest release to date from the Future Of Irish Music 2021 alumni.

The Alchemist & Curren$y – Continuance

The Alchemist maintains his ridiculous run of collaborative hip hop projects with a new release with New Orleans rapper Curren$y.

Yeat – 2 Alivë

Noah Oliver Smith, aka Yeat is in the midst of a moment. Even in the internet era, word of mouth is the still one of the most powerful forms of publicity and you can find the Portland rapper’s name splattered across answers to “rappers I should listen to” on Reddit and the comments section on TikTok. 2 Alivë lands with features from Young Thug, Gunna and more.

Big K.R.I.T – Digital Roses Don’t Die

It’s been two years since Big K.R.I.T’s 4eva Is A Mighty Long Time, but the Mississippi rapper is back with a new 22 track offering.

Leon Bridges & Khruangbin – Texas Moon

The follow up to their Texas Sun collaboration in 2020, Leon Bridges and Khruangbin join forces again on Texas Moon.

SIPHO. – She Might Bleed

Dirty Hit crooner SIPHO shares his new six track EP.

Elsewhere on District: The Post Pandemic Report.