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Music / November 4, 2022

New Albums: Drake, Asa Nisi Masa, Kwaku Asante & more

Kwaku Asante by Vicky Grout
Music / November 4, 2022

New Albums: Drake, Asa Nisi Masa, Kwaku Asante & more

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.

Asa Nisi Masa – The Stone That Breaks The Hapless Head

Jack Fanciulli AKA Asa Nisi Masa comes through with a warped and unsettling six track EP. The Irish-based producer has caught the attention of Anthony Fantano through his guitar work with Sematary. Asa. Nisi Masa wades through noise, ambient and folk on his new offering.

Drake & 21 Savage – Her Loss

It’s a Toronto to Atlanta link up on the new collaborative album from two of rap’s heavy-weights.

Mount Kimbie – MK 3.5: Die Cuts / City Planning

Following a series of singles featuring slowthai, Danny Brown, L.ive and more, Mount Kimbie return with their fourth studio album, MK 3.5: Die Cuts | City Planning on Warp Records. It lands alongside two visual art pieces, including an accompanying film, also called Die Cuts.

Kwaku Asante – Wanderlust

Rising singer Kwaku Asante shared an 11 track EP this week showcasing his strong songwriting skills. Speaking on the project Kwaku says, “Wanderlust is a collection of stories in which I am wrong for the person or it is wrong for me. Existing in a world where events constantly effect our daily experiences, a person you’re with should bring you peace and not anguish.”

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