Happy New Music Friday! This week is packed with great tracks from Tyler The Creator, boyband, Young Culture and more! See the full guide below.
1. “LUMBERJACK” – Tyler, The Creator
Tyler, The Creator returns with a new track that is as high-energy as ever. It’s strong-willed and interesting: everything we love in a killer Tyler, The Creator track.
2. “Poison (With Paris Shadows)” – Kayzo
A hauntingly honest song that sucks you in from the very first note. You’ll want to add this one to your fav playlist.
3. “birth by sleep” – boyband
boyband returns with an infectious and exciting new track that will get you moving. It has a simple beat but a melody that will keep you intrigued for the entirety of the track.
4. “TROUBLE” – 347aidan
A chill lo-fi-inspired R&B track tells a story of just knowing someone is wrong for you but not being able to peel yourself away from them for whatever reason.
5. “Hum” – Young Culture
Hard-hitting alt-rock at its best. The track is reminiscent of the 2000s alternative scene with a modern twist that new and old fans alike will love.
6. “Paradise (feat. Yung Bleu)” – H.E.R.
A longingly, soulful track that pulls on your heartstrings from the very start. H.E.R.’s vocal is as great as ever, and the addition of Yung Blue’s verses only takes this song higher.
7. “willow (90’s trend Remix)” – Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift surprised fans with a new remix of her radio hit “willow”. The track has a dance beat that gives it an EDM twist that will be sure to get fans moving!
8. “Why Don’t You Touch Me” – Leon Bridges
A sad track that talks about someone not being full into the relationship anymore even when nothing caused it. You can feel the earnest feeling in Leon Bridges’ vocal, which really carries the track.
9. “Let Them Know” – Mabel
An EDM track that is easily the most danceable on our list this week! It’s fun and upbeat, perfect for your summer party playlist!
10. “Daughter of the Sun” – Naomi Sharon
A wispy and magical track that is unique yet infectious. Definitely a clear standout from her previous work, and we love it!
Which of these are on your New Music Friday playlist today? Any we missed?
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