New Music Friday: SZA, De La Soul, Gucci Mane & Kodak Black and more

Another New Music Friday means a new set of songs and albums to add to your rotation. Here’s some of the latest music to drop.

SZA, “Kill Bill” bundle — Days after releasing the video for “Kill Bill,” the singer dropped a four-track bundle that features the original, sped up, instrumental and vocals versions of the song.

HOUSE PARTY (New Motion Picture Soundtrack) — The 14-track album goes along with the House Party reboot, which is in theaters nationwide. It features new songs from 2 Chainz and classics from JuvenileMontell JordanYG and more.

De La Soul, “The Magic Number” — The group’s 1989 song has been released on streaming services. It appeared on their album 3 Feet High and Rising, one of six that will make their streaming debut this year. To celebrate, the group dropped exclusive content on Spotify and will continue to do so leading up to their March 3 release.

Gucci Mane & Kodak Black, “King Snipe” — The rappers have teamed up for the first time since 2018’s “Wake Up in the Sky” with Bruno MarsThe video sees them partying, performing and dancing while showing off their jewelry.

Offset & Hit-Boy, “2 Live” — The pair raps about spending money on the song, released as part of Hit-Boy’s Mixed & Mastered collaboration with Patrón. The tequila was a noticeable drink in the video, where they’re captured hosting a party.

Partynextdoor, “Her Old Friends” — Produced by OG Parker and G Ry, the song sees Party confronting his ex’s friend group for condoning her sexual relationships with men.

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