Symba Is The “Top G” On Gilly Web’s “Fire Emoji” Playlist Today

We’re midway through another weekend, making it the perfect time to deliver our latest Fire Emoji playlist update. At the very top of our list today comes a collaboration from Belly and Rick Ross on “Cocaine Spoon” from the former’s new Mumble Rap 2 project. The 11-track effort is just one of several that made its debut on New Music Friday (May 19), also boasting guest appearances from NAV, Gucci Mane, and Gil Scott-Heron.

Carrying the torch for female rappers is Connie Diiamond, who impressed us yet again with her latest single, “What They Do.” We also have quickly fallen in love with Aminé and Kaytranada’s joint effort, KAYTRAMINÉ. If you don’t have time to check out the full album, we suggest starting with “Master P” as a sampler, which is sure to lure you toward other titles on the tracklist. Following that comes Jay Worthy’s latest, “The Plug,” on which he connected with an iconic trio – Roc Marciano, Kokane, and Ab-Soul.

Gillyweb Fire Emoji Playlist

Ahead of the arrival of his highly anticipated LP next weekend, Lil Durk has given us another single. Earlier this month and J. Cole connected on “All My Life,” and now, he’s worked with EST Gee on “Spinnin’.” While Toosii found success all alone on “Favorite Song” earlier this year, he tapped Future to appear on the “Toxic Version” this weekend, which fans of the duo are already loving. Elsewhere in the news, Hendrix has said he’s hard at work on Dirty Sprite 3, much to hip-hop head’s delight.

Written by Quame Zane

Ghana-based freelance Journalist fascinated with the Music Industry, Marketing Manager for Haniqo Construction, and Experienced Blogger with a demonstrated history of working in the music industry. Skilled in Music Publishing, Event Planning likewise Event Management. Strong media and communication professional with a Master of Arts (MA) focused on Management Information Systems.

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