Each week, SL team rounds up the songs we can’t get enough of and believe others should definitely check out… I think they call it “puttin’ you on.” With that being said, here they are, in no particular order.
Coming off the release of his last project Liephas Evil, Tom The Mail Man continues his hot streak. His latest offering Facesless, shows he cannot be contained while delivering the complete package.
Canadian alt hip-hop/R&B artist/producer Kavale’s latest Down tackles a more serious topic about unjust social issues. The record features Boogie and both artists manage to connect seamlessly over sahara production.
South Jersey artist Mark McCafferty’s newest project Bluem is an introduction to his sound if you’re currently unfamiliar with him. At 6-songs in length, the bite-size offering displays his artistic prowess nicely. Check out Red Light down below.
Koi Kurama’s newly released EP Moods is a 5-song offering that blends various sounds and embodies her signature sound. BabyGirl has been on replay all day! Check it out down below.
Corey Lee has been on the grind and moving with a full head of steam. His long-awaited project 7Minutes2Greatness showcases Lee’s confidence as a creator. His lyrics are punchy and driven by a symbiosis between vulnerability and bravado. Peep 2 Late 4 the Intro down below.
Kansas City, MO artist Lxnny’s Ocean Views is brimming with tracks that are emotive, melancholic, and, most notably, outright infectious. Check out La Ferrari with The Deeep End.
Jelani Imani’s 2 Phones showcases his ability to create melodic hooks with compelling lyrical content. If you are unaware of Jelani Imani’s sound, this is the perfect track to start with, an equal part memorable and captivating introduction.
Zyah Belle delivers the stunning video to her standout record I Think That I Love You. The mesmerizing visuals bring Belle’s somber lyrics to life in a way that captures her essence.