Weekly Dope v.109

blame it on Shake July 16, 2018

Weekly Dope.

With another seven days in the books, we’re back with the 109th installment of our Weekly Dope playlist. And for the artwork, we ran with a mix of Wiz Khalifa, for finally releasing Rolling Papers 2, and Anderson .Paak, for updating “Bubblin” with Busta Rhymes.

On top of that, we also got projects from Sylvan LaCue and Taylor Bennett. Childish Gambino dropped a pair of summertime ready singles, Fabolous and Ty Dolla $ign linked up for one of their own, and Curren$y hit us with a trio of loosies. YBN Cordae continued to prove his worth. Redman really loves Hip-Hop. Mac Miller announced a new album. Plus new music from The Internet, Young Scooter, Estelle, and more.

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Check out the tracklist and press play below.

  1. Wiz Khalifa – “Bootsy Bellows
  2. Wiz Khalifa – “Mr. Williams” f. Curren$y
  3. Anderson .Paak – “Bubblin’ (Remix)” f. Busta Rhymes
  4. Sylvan LaCue – “Do Not QuEStion
  5. YBN Cordae – “Kung Fu” (prod. Day Trip)
  6. Redman – “YA!
  7. Childish Gambino – “Summertime Magic
  8. Childish Gambino – “Feels Like Summer
  9. Mac Miller – “Self Care
  10. Curren$y – “A Sign of Things to Come
  11. Curren$y – “Pay Scale” f. Larry June
  12. Curren$y – “Last Night” (prod. Fuse 808)
  13. Taylor Bennett – “Better Than You Ever Been” f. Young Thug
  14. Young Scooter – “Jugg King (Remix)” f. Rick Ross & T.I.
  15. AD & Maxo Kream – “From the Block
  16. Fabolous – “Ooh Yea” f. Ty Dolla $ign
  17. MED, Jimetta Rose & Dizz1 – “Hard to Breathe
  18. ScienZe – “Your Body Is A Drug
  19. Rexx Life Raj – “Tucked Off Shawty / Touchdown
  20. Rich the Kid – “Leave Me
  21. Chris Rivers – “Be You
  22. Tunji Ige – “Roll Out
  23. Denzel Curry – “Clout Cobain
  24. Lil Kim – “Nasty One
  25. K. Roosevelt – “Adrenaline
  26. Bobby Brackins – “Big Film” f. G-Eazy & Jeremih
  27. The Internet – “La Di Da
  28. TYuS – “Fantasy/BE MINE
  29. Jacob Banks – “In The Name Of Love
  30. Alex Da Kid – “Go 2.0” f. Jorja Smith, H.E.R & Rapsody
  31. Estelle – “Better