Living in an age of cluttered music and an overwhelming amount of artists is not that fun, but real music lovers take pride in the hunt. The quality of the art’s essence gets watered down and becomes mundane over time, but again – we know greatness is out there, so we are undeterred. Another big . . .
Denmark’s electro-soul artist Fjer doesn’t try to force pieces to a puzzle that won’t fit. On her latest single “Wrong Time,” if the vibe is off she’s unapologetically leaving it alone. Timing matters and this song matters. Stream “Wrong Time” below. Wrong Time by Fjer
Dirty Science crewmates CashUs King and Blu drop “Good Riddance” to clear the lane when it’s overcrowded. In a quick lesson on being about what you say you’re about and holding fast to the craft, the duo drop bravado raps that are grounded in history lessons (Native Tongues and Wu-Tang references in tow) alongside personal testimonies of . . .
Los Angeles-based singer and producer A.CHAL has released a mesmerizing, futuristic video for his ominous single, “To The Light.” With his ON GAZ mixtape set to release this summer, it’s safe to say that we’re in for a treat. Watch the video for “To The Light” below.
The best artists know that their fans come first, and making them happy is a top priority. Cousin Stizz has no issues when it comes to honing this element of artistry, which is why he’s blessed us with a new single, “Neimans Barneys,” featuring G-Eazy. His One Night Only album being pushed back due to clearance issues. As an . . .
James Vincent McMorrow is a special artist. He has beautiful vocal ability, but his songwriting and emotive depth are equally powerful tools on projects such as his latest drop, True Care. The 15-track new album is a testament to the lasting impact that heartfelt music can have on the listener. Via his website, James explained: . . .
The singer’s sophomore LP gets a surprise early release A post shared by @brysontiller on May 25, 2017 at 9:05pm PDT On May 11, Bryson Tiller shared 3 new songs to ramp up anticipation for hi new LP. Now, Tiller drops his sophomore album, True To Self, about a month earlier than expected. Enjoy 19 songs . . .
Jamaica’s Popcaan and Nigeria’s Davido link for a powerful coupling on “My Story.” The two ride the guitar-strung melody with ease and provide a worthy addition to summer playlists worldwide. Listen below and get the single on iTunes.
Bryson Tiller dropped off a 3 pack of songs on May 11. One of those songs was “Somethin Tells Me” and now we have the music video to go with it. He deepens his creative repertoire and plays the role of a photographer sharing the scene with beautiful models in his latest visuals. Watch the . . .
Bibi Bourelly continues to impress and exceed as a songwriter and she does so, once again, on “LOL @ BOYZ.” Her smooth yet slightly gritty vocal texture mixed with an effortless delivery of lyrics are a weapon of melodic production. Stream the Onassis-produced song below.
Majid Jordan hit us with their synthy single “Phases” at the end of April. The OVO Sound duo is back with a official music video to show off their fun loving, care free side. Watch the Jordan Eady-directed video below and buy the single on iTunes.
The internet can do pretty amazing things for music, whether it’s pop, classic, or brand new. For pop music, it’s almost hard to open a streaming app without hearing the major radio hits. Head to iHeartRadio, pull up iTunes, or log into Spotify, and you’ll find the first playlist labeled Top 40 & Pop, or . . .
Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Emmit Fenn‘s “Woman” features a complex array of emotions that simmer beneath the surface. The NoMBe-assisted single is slightly ominous, but distinctly alluring, due in no small part to Emmit’s bluesy vocals. Look for Emmit’s Prologue EP to release in the near future, and stream “Woman” below.
Jillian Hervey and Lucas Goodman make the singer-producer duo Lion Babe, and they just unleashed a beginning-of-summer groove with “Hit The Ceiling.” Discordant stringed twangs combine with her soulful crooning and will make it hard to not dance in your seat. The New York two-piece released their debut album, Begin, last year. Their sophomore project is . . .
Terrace Martin doesn’t just work alone; he has a jazz group called The Pollyseeds, and they just released a track with Problem called “Intentions.” The group is composed of instrumentalists and artists such as Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington, Rose Gold, Brandon Owens, Marlon Williams, Trevor Lawrence Jr. and more. Look for The Pollyseeds to release . . .