New Music Monday: Joey Aich, Radio Ahlee, Elijah Bank$y & More

    Last week, we opened submissions via our Twitter and asked artists to share their favorite piece of music that they’ve released so far this year. Here are some of our favorites from that thread.

    Columbus, OH artist Joey Aich shared with us his latest 4-song EP ‘Out of My Own Way.’ His poignant lyrics paired with his unique production choice makes the EP an enjoyable offering. Check it out below via Bandcamp.

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    LA-based Blue November linked us his most recent single ‘Be Real.’ The Nubes-produced song showcases his lyrical prowess over the vibey west-coast production. Give it a spin down below.

    New York-based recording artist, Elijah Bank$y surely is making a name for himself. His most recent video release ‘Felt‘ is an eye-catching display that showcases his lively on-camera presence. Peep the video below.

    Chicago-bred, LA-based Pavy‘s latest single ‘Soft Lips‘ is a bouncy record that has soft undertones to it. Packed with a catchy hook, Pavy’s somber approach creates a smooth atmosphere. Listen to the new single down below.

    Los Angeles-based, by way of Houston, TX artist KnowGC brings a more upbeat sound on his new single ‘Cinderella.’ The bouncy record has a smooth sound that alluded to his artistry perfectly.

    Radio Ahlee‘s brings a gritty, but yet lyrical sound on his latest offering Soundtrack To 808. The Minneapolis spitter continues to bring a refreshing but familiar, underground feeling back to Hip-Hop.

    Detroit, MI artist Toron delivered his latest project ‘Black Ivory.’ Filled with deep messages, ‘Black Ivory’ features great lyricism, and we also get to see Toron experiment with a melodic sound on multiple tracks. 

    MaZhe shared with us his most recent project ‘WISDOM TEETH.’ The 8-song offering is filled with various sounds that mesh together nicely while keeping the consistency intact. Check it out down below.


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