Best Songs of the Week Featuring 50 Cent, Cyhi The Prynce and More
With another work week in the books, that means it's time for the best songs of the week. From a 50 Cent and Jeremih collab to a Dipset reunion, the week was full of great hip-hop tracks.
50 and Jeremih teamed up once again for their latest track, "Still Think I'm Nothing." Produced by Bongo ByTheWay, the song features a vintage 50 sound that is sure to please fans of his gritty style.
GOOD Music's CyHi The Prynce finally dropped his debut album, No Dope on Sundays, and along with it came one of the standout tracks, "Get Yo Money." The introspective song was years in the making for CyHi, who used to tell his mom he knew he would be a star.
MoneyBagg Yo and YoungBoy Never Broke Again continued the trend of collaborations this week, taking it one step further and dropping a whole mixtape together. With contributions from a number of producers on the project, the DJ Swift and Dubba-AA-produced "Judgment" stands out as one of the best songs.
Although he kept a low profile during the first half of 2017, Maxo Kream has picked up the pace and dropped his latest single, "Bussdown." Produced by Wlderness, the track features the Houston rapper showcasing a rapid-fire flow as he raps about the gangster lifestyle.
While a 50 Cent and Jeremih collaboration isn't a shock, Dave East surprised many when he teamed up with Lil Uzi Vert for "Don't Try Me." Rapping over a Lucas Vialli beat, both rappers went in, blending their different styles.
The Diplomats also made their return to hip-hop this week, when the Harlem group released their single, "Once Upon a Time." Although the track only features Cam'ron and Jim Jones rapping, both rappers do their thing, bringing back the classic Dipset sound.
Check out the best songs of the week below.
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