R&ad’s new album will debut in June, with a full slate of new music for 2017.
R&.amp;d’s first LP, The New Year, is the culmination of a year of hard work, and the result is a collection of songs that are both fresh and familiar.
While it is hard to pinpoint exactly what exactly makes this album so compelling, it’s hard to deny that it’s one of the year’s best releases.
In addition to the original songs, The Year of R&s New Year features tracks from the likes of R. Kelly, Lil Wayne, and Lil Uzi Vert, and it’s a great sign that 2017 is shaping up to be one of 2016’s greatest years.
With R&Ad’s new LP, we’ve taken the time to rank the best songs from the album in order of their quality, and then we’ve ranked the best rap songs in order from the best rappers of all time.
As we’ll see, this is a great guide to looking at what to listen to on The New Years Day.1.
“Till The World Ends”The most obvious reason why R&d released this album is to get this song off the ground.
The first track from this album, “Til The World ends” is a fantastic, rousing, anthem that is a welcome respite from the previous year’s slow burn.
The album ends with a chorus that sounds like a cross between “I’m Just A Kid” and “It’s Yours” and is so full of the best in rap music, it will likely be one to listen in a year or two.2.
“Buddy Holly”The first song on The Year Of R&, “Buddie Holly” is the perfect intro to R&AD’s new record, and while it doesn’t really kick off with a hook, it delivers with a powerful vocal that will get the ball going in 2017.
It also makes for a good introduction to R.
Kelly, as “Bud” makes his first appearance on R&y in 2016.3.
“All I Need”One of the first R&ds singles, this song is a reminder of the impact the album had on him when he was still just a teenager.
This song is so good, it might be one that you can’t resist listening to in 2017 and beyond.4.
“I Am The One”I feel like this song isn’t just for R&adelic fans, as the title suggests, but it’s also a great introduction to this record.
It’s the kind of track that you will get your hands on in the future.5.
“One Step”Another good introduction, this track is a solid introduction to the album and makes for an excellent first track.
I’m not saying this song will make a big splash in 2017, but you can definitely catch it on Spotify.6.
“Hang Around”The only song from this LP that doesn’t sound like it was written in the spring of 2016, this catchy tune is a nice nod to the year before it, and one that could easily be a classic in its own right.
It is also a good way to get a good look at R.O.D. The “All In The Family” song from 2016 and “My Name Is” from 2016 make for a solid two-track for 2017, and “Hangs Around” is definitely one to watch out for.7.
“It Can’t Be This Hard”This song is an all-around good track, but I don’t think it’s likely to make an impact in 2017 as it’s mostly just good vibes and a nice introduction to 2016.8.
“Let’s Go”This is a good choice for the album’s title, and a great song for the new album.
While the song is mostly about a lot of fun, it is one of R &ad’s most catchy tracks.9.
“The Year Is Here”This track is one I’d love to hear again in 2017 (and I’ll be sure to keep an eye out for it), but it might not have a lot going for it.
The song sounds like it’s from 2016, but R&ads new album is released in 2017 so it doesn´t really have the same feel.10.
“Ain’t No Place Like Home”The title of this song, which is from The Year With R≈d, is a reference to a song from The Day After Tomorrow, and I love the way it fits into the story of Roddenberry and R&af.
I also love how it’s both catchy and uplifting, and has a great chorus that is definitely worthy of inclusion in 2017’s list of the top 10 best rap tracks of all-time