CRT FRSH [Certified Fresh] Playlist 4.14.23

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What up, Hip-Hop Wired Nation? We’re again with one other version of CRT FRSH AKA Licensed Recent! A part of our obligation as a publication and crew is to highschool the plenty on who’s doing what musically and there’s no higher method to do this past our CRT FRSH (Licensed Recent) bi-weekly playlist.


The CRT FRSH playlist is a labor of affection. We don’t take funds nor can we do favors. We solely add joints to our playlist that match the theme and imaginative and prescient we’re going for and don’t search to waste the time of the listener. Additional, we don’t stick to 1 lane of Hip-Hop. We consider that every one elements of the music ought to get some gentle, whether or not it’s younger lions within the trenches or these hoping for that one shot to blow as much as grizzled veterans puffing out their chests with heaps extra to say.

This week’s replace is damaged up into two halves, very like we did final time. The primary 25 songs are of us that ought to already be on most people’ radars or very near it. Within the second half, we dug deep into the digital crates to shine a lightweight on the long run massive names of tomorrow. As at all times, we didn’t record all the pieces we favored and we’ll add the joints we missed in some following updates.

We open up this week’s replace with SZA’s remix of “Kill Invoice” from her 2022 album SOS which options Doja Cat displaying her formidable rapping capacity. We observe that up with one other remix, this time Ice Spice’s “Princess Diana” that includes Nicki Minaj in a scene-stealing flip.

The Alchemist has been on fairly a run in the previous couple of years and his collaborative album with Larry June, The Nice Escape, is full of sturdy joints, most notably “Palisades, CA” that includes Massive Sean for the primary time over an Alchemist beat. Different tracks within the playlist’s first half embody “Search and Rescue” from Drake, “DOGTOOTH” from Tyler, The Creator, and “Fallin’” from Joey BadA$$.

On the playlist’s second half, we embody “Half Steppin’” from Grafh and considered one of our favourite rappers in Smoke DZA. Patty Honcho, a reputation you all ought to look out for, torches his monitor “Clocking In” with BlaQ Chidori on the assistance out. In that very same crew, producer klwn cat and his collaborative album Don’t Go Outdoors with unruly has quite a lot of joints we seemed over and went with “Inform Me How You Really feel” that includes Mourning Run and the gifted Matt Draugos.

We even have joints on the CRT FRSH record from Hus Kingpin, IDK, BIA, Curren$y, Nappy Nina, B. Cool-Help, Chris Crack, YUNGMORPHEUS, defprez, Black Thought, and extra. Benefit from the playlist and we’ll be updating it in a few weeks with 50 brand-new joints.

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