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Best New Music: Ariana Grande, Lil Nas X, Kid Cudi and More

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Illustration: Rap Aesthetics. Featured Image: Ariana Grande

Our Best New Music series returns for the first time this year with a fresh batch of bangers. This week, we’ve got Ariana Grande’s long-awaited return, Lil Nas X‘s provocative comeback, and fire tracks from Benny The Butcher, 21 Savage, Kid Cudi, and more. So buckle up and get ready to pump up the volume

Ariana Grande is back with a vengeance on “Yes, and?”, a sassy nu-disco house anthem that samples Madonna’s iconic “Vogue.” This self-assured banger sees Grande addressing speculation about her personal life, saying, “Your business is yours and mine is mine/ Why do you care so much whose d*** I ride?” 

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Written alongside Max Martin and Ilya Salmanzadeh, “Yes, and?” is pure sonic sunshine, available to stream and even grab as a limited-edition CD single on Grande’s website for a measly $1.99!

Two years after “MONTERO” shook the world, Lil Nas X is back with a new single titled “J. Christ.” This provocative track marks his official comeback and serves as a powerful declaration of his presence. Nas X himself dedicated the song to “the man who had the greatest comeback of all time,” hinting at bigger things to come.

Benny The Butcher is ready to defend his title on “BRON,” a fierce single from his upcoming album “Everybody Can’t Go.” Written by a team of hitmakers, this track is a lyrical sparring session where Benny warns his rivals and celebrates his victories. He’s in championship mode, and he’s not holding back.

This week’s new music roundup also includes gems from 21 Savage and Mariah The Scientist (“Dark Days”) Kid Cudi and XXXTentacion (“X & CUD”), Kevin Gates (“Birds Calling”), and Bryson Tiller (“Lost Intro”). 

Because we can’t always get them all. These are some of the best new music out now. All in one place for your listening pleasure. Not everyone cares. 

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