Lingering thoughts arise when we are unsure and Ontario R&B singer, JYDN, is no stranger to that sentiment. On his latest offering, “Who Do You Love,” he asks the simple, burning question to his lover.
Stream JYDN’s futuristic single, “R U Down” It’s spacey, atmospheric and futuristic. JYDN wants to know if you’re down because he’s been dreaming of you. “The song R U Down is inspired by the futuristic sounds of modern RnBass, and my intent was to create an atmospheric aura for the listener that can get them . . .
“You’re like a cocaine fantasy, you’re killing me.” Personally, I’ve never had a “Cocaine Fantasy.” D’usse Daydreams or Grey Goose Goals? Perhaps. That being said, Rajan‘s enveloping, dreamlike record has enough appeal to entice the most sober person in your group of friends. The Brampton, Ontario-bred artist creates a vibe that can’t be denied on . . .
As one of the smoothest, most melodically inclined emcees in the game, it should come as no surprise that Smino is well equipped to mesh with Terrace Martin’s jazzy acoustics on “Pecans.” The bouncy St. Louis native’s bouncy delivery is supplemented by horn, drums, and bass guitar that sound like they’re being performed live instead . . .
“I like to vibe different, I need me a girl that sees the entire vision.” Bugus has been consistently releasing one fire record per week for a minute now, and his latest drop, “House Lights,” lives up to the standard that he’s set. The Paul Maxwell-produced record features a soulful sample and lyrics that touch . . .
“They’re gonna do it, anyway.” N.E.R.D.‘s “Don’t Do It” has a light vibe to it, but it addresses some heavy topics related to being Black in America. The Kendrick Lamar-featuring single carries a rock edge to it, and has plenty of energy to match. Kendrick goes absolutely bananas on his verse, as you would expect. . . .