This Memorial Day Monday edition of the DX Digest is a mixed bag of new material from rappers of all varieties. In other words, there’s a little something for every kind of listener. Enter the highlighted new track from Migos, “To Hotty.” Though the title sounds like the beginning of a middle school love letter, it’s actually a reference to former WWE star Scotty 2 Hotty. 

Another memorable moment comes courtesy of Rae Sremmurd, who remix French Montana’s “Unforgettable” – a predictable occurrence given Swae Lee’s contribution to the original. Joyner Lucas also went absolutely ballistic on his “Mask Off (Remix),” calling out his peers. Check out the aforementioned songs and videos below.

Migos – “TO Hotty”

Migos take a victory lap, as their Midas touch continues following their CULTURE album going Platinum. Their new track “To Hotty” will appear on the upcoming Quality Control compilation LP. The title references Scotty 2 Hotty of 2000s WWE fame – famous for his colorful demeanor and “The Worm” finisher.

Rae Sremmurd – “Unforgettable (Remix)”

French Montana’s “Unforgettable” is a perfect storm of sorts – a slow burning record with high potential, as proven by how it’s rising through the Billboard charts in the weeks prior to summer. Featured artist Swae Lee is a major proponent for the song’s success, and just recently he and his Rae Sremmurd partner in rhyme Slim Jxmmi delivered a remix.


The recipe is simple here: a hard beat and even harder rhymes. Legend Raekwon reminds us that sometimes good Hip Hop doesn’t need to be that complicated with his new record “Escapist.” Clocking in at under two minutes, we hear The Chef trade a verse with Ice H20 artist P.U.R.E. over production from Scram Jones.


ILOVEMAKONNEN gives up on retirement and continues his streak of unpredictable song releases with two new singsongy releases called “Lonely Girl” and “Line 2.” On the former, the Atlanta byproduct goes full crooner while his performance on the latter features a mixture of rapping and a melodic delivery.

K Camp – “F W Y B”

K Camp keeps the new output coming with a video for “F W Y B.” The acronym translates to “fuck with your boy,” which essentially makes this another “I can take your girl” anthem.

A$Ton Matthews – “Ever SInce”

Chilling piano keys are the introductory sound on A$ton Matthews’ new track, “Ever Since.” The 100 Staccs-produced instrumental puts a battery in the West Coast rapper’s back, as he spits aggressive lines with a dexterous flow. His Chapovelli project is on the way.

Corner Boy P & FieND F. SCotty ATL & Kissie Lee – “In My SLeep”

Fiend and Cornerboy P waved the flag for Jet Life on their joint Summer League mixtape, which dropped earlier this month. The duo release a visual in support of “In My Sleep,” a hazy, saxophone-laden track featuring a verse from Scotty ATL and chorus by Kissie Lee.

Joyner Lucas – “Mask Off Remix (Mask on)”

Joyner Lucas takes any and every opportunity to remind the opposition that he’s not to be trifled with when it comes to MCing. But he’s at his most direct on his “Mask Off (Remix),” where he pulls no punches as he calls out the suspect practices of rappers. “I don’t take no fucking percocets,” the Massachusetts MC exclaims over Metro Boomin’s bouncy production. From there, it gets deeper as he actually mentions Logic and Lil Yachty by name.

Ameriie – “RedRum”

Songbird Ameriie returns with a cosmetic name change (an extra “I” counts as a rebranding, right?) and a new song to boot. Titled “Redrum,” she modernizes her style with a trap rap-influenced delivery over aesthetically matching production.

Austin FIllmore – “Juke”

Representing Chicago, rising crooner Austin Fillmore highlights a staple cultural marker for his city in the visual for “Juke.” The happy-go-lucky vibe is complemented by the clip, in which we see a big party take place. It’s directed by Brandon Holmes.