So many great tracks dropped this week (5/8-5/11), Journalist Without A Beat has compiled a list of five new tunes for you to jam to this weekend.
Karen Harding & FooR – Down
After the success of her previous released single, Open My Eyes in 2016, UK’s finest – Karen Harding has returned to the scene with her new single Down. The energetic pop/house track also serves as the new single for UK garage band, FooR. Karen’s strong vocals mixed with Foor’s amazing production makes for the perfect track.
Quavo – Paper Ova Here
Taking a break from performing with his amigos Takeoff and Offset, Quavo drops a quick track to bump to produced by OG Parker.
Krewella – Be There
Chicago’s own Krewella returns with their latest single Be There (could album number #2 be on the way?). The duo is set to tear down the Spring Awakening Music Festival next month in Chicago, and it’s given this track along with maybe a few new cuts may be played/performed.
Bryson Tiller feat. Young Thug – Get Mine
Dropping his debut album T R A P S O U L back in 2015, fans of Bryson Tiller wondered when the artist would drop some new heat. That answer was answered late Thursday afternoon as Bryson Tiller dropped three tracks and also announced his new album, True to Self, would be arriving June 23rd. Check out one of three songs – Get Mine featuring Young Thug.
Calvin Harris feat Future & Khalid – Rollin’
Calvin Harris is on a serious mission to take over summer ‘17. The roll-out for Harris’ new album Funk Wav Bounces Vol 1. has been a great one as each release has had listeners looking forward to the next. Nothing seems to be slowly down the “Slide” producer/singer as he has released yet another catchy tune, Rollin’, this time featuring Future and Khalid.
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