Each week we will compose a list of newly released songs that we think you should hear. Here are some of the best releases you may have slept on this week!
” Make it Out Alive”-NAO ft SiR
UK’s very own NAO teams up with Inglewood’s SiR on a angelic track ” Make it Out Alive”. Their vocals blend seamlessly together without effort creating a vibe that will make you want to listen to this track over and over.We are anticipating NAO to drop an album or EP later this month.
“Silence”- Marco Mckinnis
Smooth R&B artist, Marco Mckinnis, will have you all in your feelings with this deep cut. He sings about being in love and just wanting to know where he needs to be in the relationship to ensure the love remains. His beautiful voice singing ” love, love, love…” will have you ready to ask your summer fling to be your main thing. This comes off his recently released EP- Underground.
“Damage”- Niqa Mor
R&B songstress, Niqa Mor, drops a sultry tropical track that immediately makes you want to slow wind to the beat. Her beautiful vocals makes for a bright, night- out anthem that can be played all year!! You can listen to this song on Soundcloud, Apple Music, and Spotify.
“F*** Being Friends- Jessie Reyez
Jessie Reyez drops a a funny-not-so-funny relatable song about being in a situationship that you’re just tiyad’ of. The first verse hones home the message of how feelings and and having a casual relationship can get a bit messy…
“I got your heart in my hand your **** in the other
you ain’t scared to f*** but you scared of being lovers
why is that huh?”
“Just a Little” – Masego (feat. De’ Wayne Jackson)
Masego feat. De’ Wayne Jackson has the perfect song for all of September with their record “Just a Little”. Masego’s soulful voice creates a smooth vibe that goes with any late night, wine, and blanket. In this song his vulnerability peaks through with a notable jazz feel. This track comes off Masego newly released album “Lady Lady”.
“Realise”- Marcelle Adrianna
Up-and- coming R&B artist, Marcelle Adrianna, brings a late 90’s/ early 2000’s vibe on her record “Realise”. This song takes me back to a time of girl groups and singing Ashanti in the car with friends. The nostalgic feel and Marcella’s strong vocals makes this song a sure hit. You can stream her song as well as her EP on Spotify, Apple Music and Soundcloud.
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