It's been quite a week and as we all try to stay safe and follow the health guidelines, it's only right to keep the spirits up with some new gems from around the globe. We kick-off with emerging singer/songwriter Victoria Elizabeth's supple vibes on "Honey" while Jake Bass soothes our minds with his guitar-driven instrumental "Cookin' It Up" alongside Dave McMurray. Producer NappyHIGH calls up Blu and Mick Jenkins for the sun-drenched cut "Right Now." LA emcee G Perico and Vanderslice explore the mean streets on the cinematic "Barry White Sh*t" while singer BOSCO displays her multi-disciplinary skills on "Piano Song." Longtime friends and collaborators, Kosha Dillz and Matisyahu look towards brighter days on "For the Ones" as Flow'etic returns after a 4-year hiatus to share his musical journey "The Good Times" alongside Prop Dylan.
UK emcee Synikall delivers solid bars on the bare bones styled beat of his single "Who Up Next" while emerging duo Char and Crock Taylor present their aims on the lyric heavy "It's The Lo." Rising emcee 7098 is all about good vibes on "I'm Good." Wes Banks hit us with 2 solid cuts, "Her Song" sees him taking time out to chill with his girl while "Twenty Five" focuses on his hustle game. Eclectic act Tommy Strauser gives us a taste of his multi-genre fusion style with the ominous vibes on "At Least I'm Moving." Late UK emcee Cadet's memory lives on as we expect his debut album to drop next month but in the interim, his team shares this heartfelt track "Support Me" with us. Longtime collaborators Chuuwee and Trizz team up for an upbeat and somewhat broody cut "Gas Pack." Nigerian rapper Falz and UK's Ms. Banks' "Bop Daddy" is a solid blend of Afrowave and rap. KeyLow KYD reflects on the emotional stress that comes with being in a long-distance relationship "Mindsets Pt. 1." Production duo MIKTEN and Sandy Star's "Back to Jersey" is a retro-styled electronic soul jam that we all can rock to. Neak lets out his emotions and deep thoughts on "Where's The Love?" as Katyayani's sublime vocals on"Feel" make for pleasant listening. NICA implores us to feel free and live life on the alluring textures of her single "Drifting."
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