The best songs of this week came from all over the country. Each track offers up a unique sound too which makes for an entertaining collection.

Lil Durk scored one of the week's top records in "Rich Forever" featuring YFN Lucci. The song was the Chicago rapper's first new release since his LilDurk2x album dropped in July. "Rich Forever" is a boastful cut with Durk and Lucci spitting about the respective fortunes over a Chopsquad DJ-produced beat.

Vince Staples definitely has the most interesting song in this week's playlist. The Long Beach rapper collaborated with electronic band GTA on a single titled "Little Bit of This." The talented MC is fresh off his Prima Donna EP yet clearly saved an impressive verse for his work with GTA.

"Hip-hop, man, really did shit for me/Little bit of hell, little bail for the homies/Got a little green, bought a beam for the forty/Took more shots, you have to face it, Kobe," Staples raps.

Amir Obe unleashed one of his finest tracks when he dropped "No Peace." The Detroit singer's latest record is a tale of tortured love. Halfway through the song, the drumbeat completely switches up and transitions to a reggae vibe.

Capping things off is Wale's new single "One Reason (Flex)" featuring Eric Bellinger. The song is set to appear on Wale's much anticipated album S.H.I.N.E. (Still Here Ignoring Negative Energy). The catchy jam sounds tailor-made for radio and club play, so don't be surprised if you hear it while you are out this weekend.


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