Every week we wait patiently for that fresh batch of new tunes from our favorite fast-rising acts. Whether it’s James Bambu, Three65, DXB, or DariusJay., we all want to dig in and get our dose of brand new music. Here are this week’s picks for the best new songs.
James Bambu — Fed Up
James Bambu puts a progressive yet nostalgic twist on traditional R&B with his smooth vocals and soulful lyrics. His music has been praised for its ability to capture the essence of classic R&B while incorporating modern elements.
With each new single, Bambu continues to push the boundaries of the genre and create a unique sound that resonates with listeners. His latest offering, “Fed Up” showcases his signature style and further solidifies his place as a rising star in the R&B world.
Three65 — Lullaby
Three65 is a phenomenal R&B singer who is criminally underrated and has the potential to be mentioned along with Giveon and Brent Faiyaz. Everything about his new single, “Lullaby” confirms he’s got next.
Tak’s passionate yet enticing production does what needs to be done so that Three65 can do what he does best. And what he does best is showcase his exhilarating vocals to the listeners.
DariusJay. — The Party Ft. DavidTheTragic
Consistency is everything, as it allows things to fall into place. Atlanta rapper-producer DariusJay. constantly improves every time he drops. In 2022, he planted his flag on the underground ATL scene with his energetic, “Loosies” EP series. Now, he returns with his latest project, “FourForFun” emphasizing collaboration.
Based on the title, you can expect this release to have multiple instances of him having fun with his homies creating great music, primarily “The Party” featuring DavidTheTragic.
DXB – Turn Me Up Ft. FourFive
For some time now, DXB has been on an impressive run, and his latest release, “Turn Me Up” only adds to his hot streak. With top-tier production from the producer duo 6lement, and DB, DXB holds nothing back. The song also features popular NY artist FourFive, who matches DXB’s energy and intensity, making it an even more satisfying listen.