Richest Tracks of the Week (April 15)

Links to the track are highlighted in the song title.

Leader Of The Delinquents” – Kid Cudi

Kid Cudi is back for the first time since his collaboration album with Kanye West, the immaculate Kids See Ghosts. This track isn’t straying too far away from the sounds off of that record. Cudi’s patented humming is scattered all over. The flow is tight, but it could do without him quickly saying the title of the track. It sticks out like a sore thumb from the rest of the song, but that’s my only complaint with this one. Definitely looking forward to a new Cudi album if that’s where we are headed.

Level of Concern” – Twenty One Pilots

Really enjoyed this little disco track from the duo. However, if quarantine pop becomes a trend with artists making music with themes of being quarantined, and trying to be cute with it, it’s going to get very annoying quickly, but this is good for now.

Let Me Down” – Oliver Tree

His gimmick is as goofy as they come, but the man knows how to make great songs, and “Let Me Down” is no different. He’s doing a good job at keeping the alt-rock sound alive, and him highly anticipating his debut record.

In My White Tee” – IDK

Straight to the point, and in-your-face, IDK continues to be a rising star in rap with this song. An absolute banger right here. Don’t miss out on it.


The early 2010s were flooded with rappers trying to pull off the rap + singing flow: Rich Homie Quan, August Alsina, Fetty Wap, you name it. Unfortunately, none of them were able to have long-term success because it wasn’t all that great. Maybe we will see a return to that trend, especially if we get a wave that is as good as RMR does it here. None of this track makes RMR look pretentious. He really can sing and rap together, which provides for a very nice listen.

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