On Drake Doing No Wrong and 14 Songs To Get You Hype for Halloween

Leave it to the 6 God to give listeners feel-good anthems and clever lyrics that could be used for any Instagram caption. From 'God's Plan' to fans doing their best rendition of the #InMyFeelingsChallenge, Drake has proven time and time again his masterful skills at switching between bars and melodies, but also being a ruler on the charts – all 2018.

After a whirlwind summer filled with rap beefs, hip-hop album releases and shocking free agency moves in the sports world, there's still plenty to look forward to as 2018 winds down. Odds are you’ll either be gambling on NBA games or dressed up to enjoy the Halloween festivities. Before you take a chance on whether or not the Los Angeles Lakers can secure a high number in the win column or deck the crib out with the spookiest decorations, The Sports Fan Journal has you covered with some of the hottest tunes –Drake included. Here is the TSFJ Get Hype Halloween Playlist. Thank us later.

Travis Scott, ‘SICKO MODE’

Houston’s own Travis Scott released one of the summer’s most highly anticipated albums, ASTROWORLD. His latest single, ‘SICKO MODE’ goes through three beat changes with features from Drake, Swae Lee, and Big Hawk. With all of this heat, let’s just say it’s a song that radio stations have on repeat.

Cardi B, ‘Money’

It’s been over a year since the world caught wind of Cardi B and her self-proclamation of making money moves. Well the rapper is back at it again with her latest single, ‘Money” as she gives listeners the proper motto, “I was born to flex.”

Bad Bunny feat. Drake, ‘MIA’

Everyone’s favorite 6 God known as Drake can do no wrong, including singing in Spanish. The rapper joined Latin trap singer Bad Bunny on the hit collab, ‘MIA’ as they vie for a woman’s attention — peak Drake at his finest.

Anderson .Paak feat. Kendrick Lamar, ‘Tints’

It’s been over two years since Anderson .Paak released his Grammy-nominated album Malibu. The singer teamed up with fellow Los Angeles native Kendrick Lamar on his latest single, ‘Tints’ that is sure to get everyone to the dance floor.

Tory Lanez feat. Gunna ‘MiAMi’

Tory Lanez is back with his third studio album Love Me Now? and it features a number of hot collaborations. He recruited rising rapper Gunna on his latest single, ‘MiAMi’ that is sure to be a party anthem this season.

The Neighbourhood feat. Nipsey Hussle, ‘Livin’ in a Dream’

To some listeners, this may seem like an unlikely collaboration between rock band The Neighbourhood and rapper Nipsey Hussle on ‘Livin’ in a Dream.’ Although the band has collaborated with rappers in the past, their latest single being led by Jesse Rutherford’s vocals and Nispey’s lyrics make for a smooth vibe.

Janet Jackson & Daddy Yankee, ‘Made For Now’

Legendary singer Janet Jackson teamed up with Daddy Yankee on their latest single, ‘Made For Now.’ Jackson is experimenting with new sounds for her forthcoming project and this single is the perfect combo of dancehall, afrobeat, and Reggaeton.

Lil Wayne, ‘Uproar’

After years of his music being held hostage, Lil Wayne finally released The Carter V. One of the standout tracks is ‘Uproar’ featuring Swizz Beatz. Wayne used the same production from G. Dep’s 2001 single 'Special Delivery' and helped sparked the #UproarChallenge across social media.

Ciara feat. Tekno, ‘Freak Me’

R&B singer Ciara is known for releasing dance-heavy bops and her Tekno-assisted single ‘Freak Me’ is the epitome of her style. As fans await her next album, ‘Freak Me’ has an African flavor that will have anybody think they can emulate all of CiCi’s dance moves.

Kodak Black feat. Travis Scott & Offset, ‘ZEZE’

Ever since rapper Kodak Black was released from jail in August, he has come back stronger than ever to heat up the airwaves. His latest single ‘ZEZE’ featuring Travis Scott and Offset became his first No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

Rich The Kid feat. YG, ‘Mo Paper’

If you’re a boss in need of a baller anthem, Rich The Kid’s newest track is here for the perfect mindset. He teamed up with YG on ‘Mo Paper’ as they rap about everything from stacking money to flexing on all the haters.

Lil Baby & Gunna, ‘Drip Too Hard’

Back in September, Lil Baby and Gunna released their critically acclaimed collaboration project Drip Harder. The EP’s lead single ‘Drip Too Hard’ is the smoothest mid-tempo track to vibe out to as you’re on the way to a Halloween party.

Wale feat. J. Cole, ‘My Boy’

Wale and J. Cole both came on to the music scene around the same time and have collaborated together on tracks over the years. Their latest hit ‘My Boy’ comes from Wale’s latest mixtape Free Lunch in which listeners get another chance to hear the two MCs match each other’s skills.

Logic feat. Kajo, Slaydro & Big Lenbo, 'The Adventures of Stoney Bob’

If you’ve followed Logic since his early mixtape days, you’re well aware of his alter persona as Young Sinatra. His latest album YSIV features a number of collaborations, but one of the project’s standout tracks is ‘The Adventures of Stoney Bob.’ If you want to be high off life, this is the song for you!

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