4 New Songs You Should Hear

    Can't-miss songs from Chris Patrick, ISHMAEL, Angelo Mota, and Brainorchestra.

    It’s impossible to catch every single new release that comes out each Friday. Luckily, we’re here to help. Here are 4 new songs from artists — emerging and established — to soundtrack your weekend.

    Chris Patrick — “Up Now”

    New Jersey’s Chris Patrick stays on go-mode with a steady streak of releases. Coming off his last single, “Insane” he proves he’s here to stay with his most impressive offering yet, “Up Now.” Chris Patrick is refreshingly in touch with his emotions on the new record while priding himself on keeping his writing specific to his own experiences.


    If he isn’t already, rising Rochester rapper ISHMAEL should be on your radar. With a unique sound that’s all his, each new release sets a new bar for him. His latest single, “TAKE” is guaranteed to get you hooked. Known for his energetic style of rapping that blends various genres, ISHMAEL is charged up on the new single like never before.

    Angelo Mota — “14GRAMS”

    New Jersey rapper/producer Angelo Mota’s talents have brought him far in a short amount of time. His latest single, “14GRAMS” see Mota melding elements of alternative hip hop with the new generation of undefined melodic flows. Known for his DIY approach to his work, he has become one of the most compelling new hip-hop acts to watch, and he doesn’t plan on slowing down anytime soon.

    Brainorchestra — “Dangerous Ft. Butch Dawson”

    Brainorchestra has cemented himself in the underground hip-hop world as a catalyst to independent artistry, and he continues to elevate with each new release. His highly anticipated album “Big Brain” is hands-down one of the best releases this year so far. The 15-track body of work is an authentic look into his creative process as he hones in on his honest feelings. The Butch Dawson-assisted, “Dangerous” should be played at high volume.


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