Welcome to our new Songs from the Community column, where we hip you to all the new releases you should be caring about. By putting them all together here in one place, our hope is that you can spend less time searching for relevant new releases and more time giving each one of these songs the proper shine they so deserve. OK? OK. Now, let’s jump into them!
Clark D – Shake Em Off
With his new debut album, What A Life, slated to drop this Friday, Boston, MA artist Clark D has been dropping off banger after banger, and his latest offering, “Shake Em Off,” has us looking forward to the debut even more.
Who? – Aint Da Same (Feat. Jae Mansa)
Newport News, VA rapper Who?’s new Jae Mansa-assisted single, “Aint Da Same,” might be that extra push you need to get through the week. With carefully crafted bars paired with infectious production, this one will surely have you reaching for the replay button.
NanaBcool – Oceans
Brooklyn, NY artist NanaBcool is making a habit of turning heads. His ease for captivation is seemingly effortless, infusing immersive soundscapes with confidence and existential introspection. His new single, “Oceans,” is a must-listen.
Semiyah – Remedial Education II
Coming through smooth with style and finesse, Virginia songstress Semiyah is reinventing what we know as contemporary R&B. With lush and serene music, she captivates audiences with her allure and overall fearless nature to better her craft. Check out her new project, “Remedial Education II.”
Nito – 4Dasoul
Oakland, California rapper/producer Nito’s laid-back flows with casual and confident chemistry that rivals many of his peers is what makes his debut project, “4Dasoul,” special. The 10-track project shows his ascension from an unexpected place, ready to rise above those who underestimated him.
Joey Aich – Brown Liquor
Columbus, OH’s Joey Aich is a noteworthy artist because he’s a walking juxtaposition of moods. His sound is decidedly reflective, smooth, and thoughtful, and his new single, “Brown Liquor,” highlights all those aforementioned qualities.
André DeSaint – Saints Never Die
More than just an impressive feat of musical dexterity, André DeSaint’s new project, “Saints Never Die,” is full of vulnerable, relatable lyrics that resonate on a personal and universal level. In its entirety, the project showcases not only DeSaint’s talent but the inner workings of his personality.
Ease World – Kim
With his new project, A Spaceship Named Desire coming soon, Ease World’s new single “Kim” sees the Waukegan, IL rapper flexing his versatility while leaving the door wide open for where he might artistically move next.