Every week we wait patiently for that fresh batch of new tunes from our favorite fast-rising acts. Whether it’s Wiley From Atlanta, Nate Joël, Eric Penn, or Ovrkast., 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.
Wiley From Atlanta & Jelani Imani — Calypso
Following the underground success of his sophomore album Kingfisher in 2021, Wiley From Atlanta shared new music for the first time in nearly two years. “Few Too Many / Calypso” are the first two offerings from his forthcoming Killing Time Before The Flood—a five-part mixtape set to be released two songs at a time over three months. “Calypso” features Jelani Imani, another mainstay in the Atlanta underground scene, who brings his unique style to the ever-changing sound of the album.
Nate Joël — True Colors
Nate Joël’s debut album, True Colors is a true masterpiece. Spanning 19-tracks, the album is an impressive journey of a multidisciplinary musician unfolding in front of our eyes. With intricate melodies and introspective lyrics, Nate Joël showcases his immense talent and creativity throughout the album. Listen to the album’s track title below.
Ovrkast. — Shutup!
It’s impressive when an artist can seamlessly transition between making beats and delivering remarkable verses. Oakland’s Ovrkast. exemplifies this ability to its fullest extent. With his latest release, “Shutup!” he skillfully showcases his talents, combining masterful production with impactful lyrical delivery.
Eric Penn — Safe Than Sorry (Live)
Following the successful release of the first song on the Living Room Sessions, Eric Penn returns with another slow-burning record that shows his undeniable range. “Safe Than Sorry (Live)” tells the relatable story of why a friendship is a ship better left docked when an attempt at monogamy could destroy it in its entirety.