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Music / April 15, 2022

New Albums: Digga D, Bas & Sault

Bas ('Tribe' Music Video)
Music / April 15, 2022

New Albums: Digga D, Bas & Sault

Words: Dylan Murphy

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.

Digga D – Noughty By Nature

West London drill artist Digga D drops his third mixtape.

Bas – [BUMP] Pick Me Up

Hot off the back of the Dreamville’s D-Day: A Gangsta Grillz Mixtape, Bas shares a four track care package with features from J. Cole, Ari Lennox and more.

Sault – Air

Last year, mysterious UK group Sault shared their third album Nine which was only available to purchase for 99 days before being removed from stores. Now, they’ve shared their next record ‘Air’, which is currently only available on Apple Music for streaming.

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