Most of us are currently stuck indoors, binge-watching Netflix and planning an adventurous night out on our sofas rather than heading out to party tonight… but never fear, we’ve picked out the top tracks to help us all get through this very weird and lonely time.
KEHLANI – “TOXIC”
Kehlani has been releasing tracks full of fire lately, especially with what’s been going on in her personal life, we’re sorry but sometimes passion comes from real places! Her latest release “Toxic” discusses missing someone even when they’re really not too good for you… girl, we’ve all been there. Check out the official audio via her YouTube channel below:
JHENÉ AIKO FT H.E.R – “BS”
Jhené Aiko has been taking the charts by storm recently and we’re all here for it. From her epic come back album “Chilombo” after a short break since her last album “Trip” back in 2017. Her new single “BS” with H.E.R has to be girl anthem of the year and will have you fed up with a boyfriend you may not even have just yet…
DON TOLIVER – “CARDIGAN”
Don Toliver has made music a really exciting place once again. His distinctive tone and iconic flare has not only caught the eye of Travis Scott but has skyrocketed him as one of our top artists for 2020! His debut album “Heaven Or Hell” is full of goodies to get your through social distancing nightmares, but our favourite is “Cardigan” which was previewed in Travis Scott’s Netflix documentary “Look Mom, I Can Fly”!
EBENEZER – “3AM IN LONDON”
Ebenezer is one of our favourite up and coming artists in the UK at the moment. His latest single “3AM In London” has taken playlists by storm and we’re super excited for what he puts out next!
BRENT FAIYAZ – “LET ME KNOW”
Brent Faiyaz has one of those voices that makes you feel like everything is going to be okay, and isn’t that exactly what we need right now? Brent’s latest album was full of some great new faves and we loved “Let Me Know” the most. In a world full of uncertainty and chaos the only thing you can really do is love yourself, and that is exactly what this song teaches you to do.
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