Hip Hop All Summer 18?

In 2018, Hip Hop has received some great content over just four months. The content varies from the usual hit makers like Fayetteville's own J.Cole to new comers like the icy girl, Saweetie.

Below is a quick recap of what Hip Hop has garnered thus far in 2018.

January 2018:

  • Dave East’s Paranoia II

  • Migos’ Culture II

February 2018:

  • Black Panther: The Album

  • Kodak Black’s HeartBreak Kodak

  • Tyga’s Kyoto

  • Nipsey Hussle’s Victory Lap

  • Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Day 69

  • Blac Youngsta’s 223


  • Phonte’s No News is Good News

  • Tory Lanez’ Memories Don’t Die

  • August Greene’s August Greene

  • YFN Lucci’s Ray Ray from Summerhill

  • Lil Yachty’s Lil Boat 2


  • Curren$y’s Back At Burnie's

  • Saweetie’s High Maintenance

  • The Weeknd’s My Dear Melancholy,

  • DJ Esco’s Kolorblind

  • Rich The Kid’s The World Is Yours

  • Tink’s Pain & Pleasure

  • SAINt JHN ‘s Collection 1


  • Famous Dex's Dex Meets Dexter

  • E-40 & B-Legit's Connected and Respected


  • Cardi B's Invasion Of Privacy

  • Jim Jones' Wasted Talent Hear

  • Young Thug's No Evil

  • Tinashe's Joyride

  • J. Cole's KOD

This month, we still await NBA Youngboy’s Until Death Call My Name and Post Malone’s Beerbongs & Bentleys, which are both set to drop on April 27th. All the Barbs are awaiting Nicki Minaj’s album, which will follow her two singles Chun Li and Barbie Tingz that came out in April as well. However, Ms. Minaj has not dropped the date of when the album will be released.

Though Drake gave us summer vibes with his single Nice for what, the summer is looking hotter than ever for Hip Hop. In June we await albums from Drake, Kanye, Kanye and Kid Cudi, and Teyana Taylor.

Summer 2018 is looking good!

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