Check out this weeks new releases below. What other songs are you vibing with this week? Let us know on Twitter.
Middle Child – J.Cole
J. Cole’s Middle Child is a lyrical metaphor for his place in the rap game. Not new blood, yet not quite an OG, J. Cole vows that he won’t stop until his people are on top alongside him. Middle Child is brimming with jabs at the rappers who start fake beef for clout, or because their albums may not be selling the same.
i’m so tired… – Lauv, Troye Sivan
Lauv and Troye Sivan pair up on this electro-pop anti-love love song with Lorde and Coldplay-esque vibes. If you’re looking for a feel good song, take a listen.
You Don’t Know Me – Peter Manos
If you’re a fan of Jeremy Zucker and you’re kind of in your feelings, this is the perfect song for you.
Put a Date On It – Yo Gotti (feat. Lil Baby)
Yo Gotti’s recent release has us thinking that there’s a possible album in the works. Gotti reminds us of his lyricism and ability to make a banger with Put a Date On It.
My Year – Gashi, G-Eazy
Gashi came out of nowhere late last year with Creep On Me and now he’s back with another hit, My Year. If the rest of 2019 is filled with great songs like this, it’s gonna be a good one.
Day Dreaming – Jack & Jack
Starting off on Vine and Youtube, Jack & Jack have been in the music scene for a while, but while their other songs have been catered more towards a younger audience, Day Dreaming is a song that heads in a more mature direction for the duo.
Dark Clouds – Rudimental (feat. Jess Glynne, Chronixx)
This song has such an amazing funk feel that evolves into an electro-pop masterpiece. Rudimental drew attention to themselves with the last year’s These Days and now they’re back with Jess Glynne- whose vocals are amazing, and Jamaican singer Chronixx, on the song Dark Clouds.
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