“Sundials” is one of my favorite tracks from Shrine, the brilliant album from The Republic of Wolves. I love the guitar chords and Mason Maggio’s vocals on the song. Hear it below.
“Friends & Family” is my favorite track from Emergency Tsunami the mixtape from Canadian rapper Nav. Over a stellar beat that is produced by Wheezy, Nav delivers an on-point flow. Hear it below.
“Rich One Day” is a new track from New York rapper Sheck Wes. On the song, Sheck spits about wanting to be rich over a dark hazy beat. Hear it below.
“Beside Yourself” is one of my favorite tracks from Rich Homie Quan. The song has a great beat and Rich Homie Quan delivers his trademark melodies. Hear it below.
Yesterday, I found out that King Von was killed in Atlanta. This news was devastating as I had been following the rapper for some time and was excited to see his glow up. It is unfortunate that his life was taken at such a young age. May he rest in peace.
“Stuck On You” is a romantic ballad from Giveon. The Los Angeles singer displays his vocal range on the track. Hear it below.
“Magnet” is one of my favorite songs from the brilliant Bombay Bicycle Club. I love the guitars on the track and the overall post-punkish vibe. Hear it below.
“Look Over Your Shoulder” is a track from two of the best lyricists in the hip hop game. Busta Rhymes has always delivered his best material in a rapid fire flow and Kendrick Lamar matches that delivery on this song. Hear it below.
Silverstein is one of my favorite bands from the post-hardcore scene. Their music energizes me and is great for letting out all the frustrations in your life. “My Disaster 2.0” is a new track from the Canadian band that has that frantic punk energy that they are known for. Hear it below.
“Keep Me Close” is one of my favorite tracks from The Boxer Rebellion’s Ocean by Ocean. The bassline on the track is amazing and provides the overall tone for the song. The Boxer Rebellion expand their overall melancholic sound on this song with atmospheric effects. Hear it below.