Mick Jenkins

Rap fans more than enough new music to feast their ears on, thanks to a fine Friday of releases. This included the latest projects from Mick Jenkins (The Healing Component), T.I. (Us or Else), and Ty Dolla $ign (Campaign).

With The Healing Component releasing on Friday (Sept. 23), Mick Jenkins provides a sample of what’s to come with “Fall Through.”

Ty Dolla $ign is readying his Campaign project for a September 23 release. To whet appetites in the meantime, the Los Angeles singer-songwriter debuts his new single “Zaddy.”

Thundercat returns with a feel good track groovy enough to extend summer a few weeks longer. It’s titled “Bus In the Streets.”

Here it is, the moment rap fans (read: yours truly) have been waiting for. Earl Sweatshirt and producer Knxwledge connect on a new track called “Balance.”

Producer Clams Casino returns with ambient, haunting sound on “Be Somebody,” a song featuring A$AP Rocky and Lil B.

Snoop Dogg fans can rejoice, as the legend debuts his COOLAID album a few days ahead of its July 1 release.

What a day for music. From Chance The Rapper’s gospel-inspired Coloring Book to ScHoolboy Q’s new Kanye West-assisted single to Post Malone’s August 26 mixtape, the Internets have been spoiled with new material for their earholes.

The Internets have a way of blessing rap fans with audio gems. In recent days, an alternate version of Kendrick Lamar’s contribution to Funkadelic’s Aint That Funkin Kinda Hard On You remix album released.

Rapper Mick Jenkins and Toronto jazz band BADBADNOTGOOD find a collaborative groove on “On The Map,” a cover of Sensei Blue’s hilarious song of the same title.

Today’s Wired Tracks highlight a pair of heaters that are equally braggadocios, but on opposite ends of the spectrum.