The Round-Up is Okayplayer’s weekly playlist of the best songs in the worlds of hip-hop and R&B. This week’s set features new music from Hiatus Kaiyote, Flying Lotus, AKAI SOLO, Dawn Richard, and more.

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Hiatus Kaiyote – “Red Room”

Hiatus Kaiyote serves up another glimpse at their upcoming Brainfeeder debut, Mood Valiant, with a syrupy new single.

Gavin Turek featuring bLAck pARty – “SLIDE”

bLAck pARty resurfaces on a buttery mid-tempo stepper from Gavin Turek, who appears to be in new album mode.

duendita – “bio”

Two-for-two on the year, duendita returns with a dancefloor-beckoning haunt.

Dawn Richard – “Nostalgia”

Dawn Richard heads into house-fueled hyperspace on a four-to-the-floor standout from her new album, Second Line.

Flying Lotus – “Using What You Got”

A head-rattling selection from Flying Lotus‘ stellar score to the new Netflix original anime series, Yasuke, which basically doubles as a new album from the Brainfeeder founder.

oogie featuring Gutter Kid – “SIX FOOT TALL”

A cerebral slow-burner from oogie’s freshly-released debut mixtape, somehow it makes sense.

Prince Shakir featuring MAVI – “the great delusion”

MAVI has been a reliable guest on some of subterranean rap’s most compelling drops this year. His latest assist arrives on a heavy-swung loosie from Prince Shakir.

AKAI SOLO – “Incursio Fur”

AKAI SOLO launches the campaign for his upcoming Navy Blue-produced project, True Sky, with a skittering lead single.

YUNGMORPHEUS – “Candyman”

Already two projects deep in 2021, YUNGMORPHEUS appears to be readying yet another tape. Hear him link with EYEDRESS on a kush-kissed two-pack.

The Alchemist featuring Maxo and Pink Siifu – “Holy Hell”

Maxo and Pink Siifu reunite on a hazy soul loop from Alchemist‘s criminally short This Thing of Ours EP, out today with additional appearances from Earl Sweatshirt, Navy Blue, Boldy James and more.

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