Releases from all sorts of different acts flooded the airwaves this September. From intergenerational collabs with Lil Pump & Kanye West to newcomers to the game blowing up the charts with smash hits like Lil Uzi‘s “New Patek” and Gunna & Lil Baby‘s “Drip Too Hard”, the rap that we’ve gotten this month has been seriously catchy, to say the least.
We also just got my two favorite projects of the month this last weekend; those being Brockhampton‘s first project since their removal of ex-member Ameer Vann, “Iridescence“, and Young Thug’s surprise EP, “On The Rvn“. I’ve had those two playing non-stop but I wanted to provide my readers with a larger variety of catchy, upbeat music to enjoy (full playlist below).
Some standouts from the new playlist are a couple of my favorite tracks from Nashville based up and comers Arlie‘s new album, Dua Lipa‘s new electric hit with Diplo & Mark Ronson (pun certainly intended), and Vestel Avenue, the inspirational and chilling outro on San Holo‘s brand new debut album, aptly titled “Album1“.
I’m also a huge fan of The Neighborhood‘s new collab with Denzel Curry. My favorite bass track of the month was Digital Ethos‘ new banger, “Heavy”. The playlist also includes trappier/dubbier electronic songs from artists like Zed’s Dead & DNMO, G Jones, Jauz, Slander, Yultron & Gammer, and many more.
Enjoy our best of September playlist below, and be sure to let me know what you think on our Facebook or Instagram @hearditherefirstmusic. Listen on Apple Music here and Spotify below. Thanks for listening!