5 Hot Tracks For Placement

 

WILL He
joji

 

Joji ponders the new man in his ex's life, torturing himself with an overactive imagination over a hazy and cerebral track. Decorated with unguarded vocal stylings, twinkling piano, dark industrial accents, and minimal glitchy drums, Will He perfectly captures the vexed sound of late night post-breakup reflection.

 
 
 

ASTRONAUT
MANSIONAIR

 

Australian trio, Mansionair deliver an experimental electronic pop wonder that is truly meticulous and panoramic by design. Astronaut features majestic layering of synths, mellow rhythmic guitar, futuristic programming, and a warm falsetto vocal performance. Extra points for the brilliant use of a vocoder in the space age chorus hook.

 

Successful
Kamaiyah

 

Oakland hip hop artist, Kamaiyah is living her best life on her 90's influenced offering, Successful. She chronicles her path to fame and fortune over a cheerful, glittering, and bouncy California retro funk backdrop. Even when she is addressing her haters, she is counting her blessings in the most celebratory fashion.

 
 
 

h8U
Liz huett

 

Former Taylor Swift background singer, Liz Huett takes confessional songwriting to a whole new level on H8U. Over a simple, playful, and driving guitar riff, we are taken through an intensely honest emotional rollercoaster of the classic love and hate relationship. With lines like "You don't have to tell me. I know that I'm petty", you know you've come to the right address for a serving of sass.

 

Body Talk
Majid jordan

 

Canadian OVO duo, Majid Jordan serve up shimmering and futuristic dance magic with a 1980's flavor on Body Talk. With a helping hand from Stargate, this sexually charged track basks in a sleek universe of atmospheric R&B ear candy, sprightly synths, pulsing drums, and featherlight falsetto.