11/6 Forever Cold❄️ Playlist

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Featuring Nav x Wheezy, Doe Boy x Southside, The Kid LAROI, and more.

It’s been a stressful week. With the future of America hanging in the balance thanks to this nail-biter of an election, and the scent of civil unrest permeating the air, tensions are high; people need an escape. Luckily, today marks another exciting “New Music Friday,” and DJ Forever Cold is here applying his expert filter to this week’s bevy of releases to present to you the 11/6 Forever Cold❄️ playlist.

With the fourth quarter nearing its end, artists are releasing music at a blistering rate to supply fans with one last taste of their product before the year’s end. Headlining today’s Forever Cold❄️ playlist are: Nav & Wheezy, Doe Boy & Southside, The Kid LAROI, 42 Dugg, and Pooh Shiesty.

Nav and Wheezy have come through with their anticipated collaborative project, Emergency Tsunami. Coming in at 14-tracks, running 33-minutes, the new joint effort features a collection of southern standouts: Lil Baby, Gunna, Young Thug, SahBabii, and Lil Keed. Nav and Wheezy are no strangers to working together, facilitating their palpable chemistry on Emergency Tsunami; they struck gold on their Travis Scott-assisted “Turks,” released earlier this year. The track “Don’t Need Friend” featuring Lil Baby has been added to the list. 

Continuing the theme of rapper-producer albums, Doe Boy and Southside have dropped their joint album, Demons R Us. Released under Future’s Freebandz Epic Records imprint, the 19-track project is an exercise in zealous production and assertive rhyming; one listen to this tape is like mainlining pure adrenaline. Demons R Us features Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Chief Keef, Young Nudy, among others. The Lil Uzi Vert-assisted “Bussin” has been added to today’s Forever Cold❄️ playlist.

Next up, the young, exciting Australian product, The Kid LAROI, has added seven-tracks to his F*CK LOVE LP, packaged as F*CK LOVE (SAVAGE). The additional songs include features from NBA YoungBoy, Internet Money, Machine Gun Kelly, and Marshmello. While each guest artist provides a distinct texture, we’ve selected his solo track “SO DONE” for today’s list.

Last, but certainly not least, Detroit’s furiously-ascending 42 Dugg expresses his pain and frustration with his new single, “Free Woo.” Over thumping production, the Young & Turnt artist cathartically paints a vivid picture of what it’s like to watch a friend fall victim to the penal system.

Other artists to make this week’s list include: Mike WiLL Made-It, Yella Beezy, Swae Lee, Pooh Shiesty, Lil SKies, D Savage, and 2 Chainz.

Check out the 11/6 Forever Cold❄️ playlist below: