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This week's FIRE EMOJI playlist feels proportionately hype, based on the sample variance created by Offset's impressive debut and Gunna's second of two Drip or Drop projects. Offset's Father Of 4 was especially engrossing considering the personal narrative it came brandishing. With Cardi B on the cusp of resigning her membership as the unofficial 4th Migos', Offset has little choice but to come out swinging this past week. Three of our submissions to the FIRE EMOJI playlist were basically handpicked from Offset's debut, including the apologetic intro where a wizened Big Rude dispenses supra logic like ever before. This week's playlist also ventures into the wilder pastures of the project, with the inclusion of "How Did I Get Here" featuring a vagabond J. Cole, and "Wild Wild West" featuring Gunna, who as I might have mentioned, staged one "helluva" week himself. "Same Yung N***a" featuring Playboi Carti, and the playful "3 Headed Snake" invoking Lil Baby in spirit, with the vocal impressions of a YSL legend in Young Thug.
Last but not least, Freddie Gibbs came crashing out the gate this past Wednesday, with the first inference of his long-anticipated Madlib sequel. On "Flat Tummy Tea," Gibbs toyed with the idea of commodity culture while rejecting it all the same. Elsewhere on the docket, Lil Pump grabbed a spot off the strength of his Lil Wayne duet, Night Lovell with "MENTAL SLAVERY" a song he co-wrote with Lil West, as well as of host of other hip-hop dignitaries like HoodRich Pablo Juan, Birdman, Juvenile, Kehlani, and 6LACK, just to name a few. #offset #gunma #rappers #rap #hiphop #spotify #emoji #paris #atlanta #music #toronto #nyc #losangeles #houston #uk #london #france #germany #gwinnettcounty #georgia #turkey #dubai #amsterdam #netherlands #berlin #iceland #philadelphia #pittsburgh #sweden