Offering both uncertainty and longing, satisfaction in the progression and particularly the drop to the hook’s repeat, Emotions is a song that feels perfectly capable of making its way up through the rankings this season.
Summer strikes early this year, as Myles Thomas brings the tribal groove, classic good-vibes piano and rising EDM intensity, for Dance Like You Don’t Care.
Backed by a handful of diverse originals, Jamaican songwriter and artist Vybrid has seen his following skyrocket in recent months.
Brilliantly unique in fusing genres with subtlety and style, Charles Stif delivers a smooth summer anthem designed to ignite good vibes, for Overwater.
From Nigeria to Lagos to LA, Kinsolo brings uninhibited cultural depth to modern music, underlining a clear passion and skill for the process, whilst refreshing the scene with his own unique edge of identity.
Summer strikes early this year, as Lupus J.’s return brings a passionate dancehall anthem of optimism, colour and soul.
Soulful and reverb-drenched vocals and electric guitar guide us alluringly into the new reggae dance anthem from artist and songwriter Vadie.
Softly euphoric synths meet with an equally gentle, breathy vocal melody that’s instantly alluring – Iman Flow captures a style between styles, for the exotic Carta.
Exotic dance vibes bring tropical flavours together with intimate, almost whispered vocals, as Yvette Lopez enchants and engages, for Rompe Me.
Smooth vibes and heartfelt sentiments combine with simple yet striking composition, as Blvckbyrd puts in a hypnotic contemporary effort; loaded with melody and engaging qualities.
The otherwise organic acoustic tones and melodic strength of Don Knock’s Trendy first captures the heart, then injects the rhythm and style to promise a lasting summer anthem.
Featuring unmistakable vocals and a subtle fusion of genres, Rico Bank$ lights up the Afrobeats scene with the smooth tones and optimistic bounce of No Fit Doubt.