Category: New Music
Of course the video to this song comes out a day after I featured it here.
Love the transition from smooth Bossa Nova vibe to trapped out Bossa Nova banger.
This deserves way more than the half million views it currently has on YouTube.
Jones is not known outside of the U.K., but this feel-good upbeat song could and should help her ascend into worldwide stardom.
The more I hear this, the more I enjoy it. This is more of a “Trap&B” project featuring one of the best songwriters in the game today, Starrah.
Of the thousands of songs I’ve heard this year, this is one of the most mind-boggling of them all. She’s definitely one to watch with this standout futuristic debut single.
Here is Kygo doing what he does.
Deep alternative Soul track by a rising star in R&B, Brent Faiyaz (who you heard featured on this hit).
Secret: This genre-blurring pop track is one of the catchier vibes of the year.
Here’s a catchy reggae-tinged pop track sung with a Jamaican accent by—gasp—a real Jamaican artist. The artist? Bob Marley’s grandson, Skip Marley.
Very good pop song by Nick Jonas here.
Is Beck considered a legend? I really don’t know. But he’s a hell of a musician, and I wanted to feature this here as an alternative to the sounds I usually post. As usual with Beck, it’s a pretty trippy music video—even for a lyric vid.
This song came out almost a year ago, and I did post Gryffin’s latest single here. But I’m shocked this collab with Bipolar Sunshine doesn’t even have a million views for this video. This might end up on my 17 for ’17 tracks of the year. It’s that great.
P.S. – Here’s his newest single, another amazing song and visual.
Fun and light track to ease out of summer with by two of the smoothest artists in the game.