It's almost May, which means all of your favorite artists know exactly what you want to hear this time of year. This time around, Post Malone heads to Cali with YG and G-Eazy for the West Coast-flavored "Same Bitches" and Remy Ma is at her most alluring on her new single "Company," featuring A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. Check out XXL's best songs of the week below.

Post Malone's sophomore album, Beerbongs & Bentleys, contains the likely hit "Same Bitches," which sounds like throwback West Coast rap, with verses from YG and G-Eazy. Over on the East Coast, Remy Ma showed some hometown love on her new single "Company," which features fellow Bronx native A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.

Then we have "Genesis," Wifisfuneral's new song, which finds the rapper walking you through a day that isn't going so well. On the other side, YoungBoy Never Broke Again's album, Until Death Call My Name, is here; one of the standout songs is "We Poppin," featuring Cash Money head honcho Birdman.

Chicago rapper Trill Sammy drops "Nah Foreal," complete with a catchy hook. And up at the top of the map is Boston's Michael Christmas, who has always been a unique rapper. His newest track is "Girlfriend," a sweet yet raunchy letter to a new girl. Sticking with the storytelling vibe is Junglepussy with her new song "Trader Joe." She delivers a sultry, funny story about seducing a guy she's had her eye on. The song will appear on her forthcoming third album, JP3.

Norwegian production duo Stargate have taken a foray into rap this week with their new song "1Night," which features 21 Savage and PartyNextDoor exchanging verses, with Murda Beatz co-production.

Tee Grizzley and Lil Yachty are a duo that complement each other well, and they just dropped yet another song together, "2 Vaults." Another solid collabo comes in the form of Taylor Bennett, who reaches out to hometown legend Twista for the remix of his song "So High"; Chicago is in good hands.

Listen to the best songs of the week below.

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