6 HOT Songs You Should Play Now

Stream hot new songs from acts you might never play.

Below are some of the hottest songs submitted to us earlier this month. We have curated a short playlist which We think you should play NOW!. All songs were submitted to us via our Submithub page. If you think you have what it takes to be featured on here then head over to submit your music.

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1. Brandon Stone Ft. Zhane White – Picasso

Following the release of his debut single since signing with Transcendence MGMT, 18 year old Brandon Stone is back enlisting the help of label mate Zhane White on “Picasso”.

His first single showed a softer side of the young Melbourne mainstay. After a successful campaign with “Right Kinda Wrong”, Stone wasted no time releasing “Picasso” just a month later with his first official music video. Showing his work ethic and vowing to stick around and change the scene.

Brandon Stone joins Dex on the two Melbourne legs of his national tour in September and has already proven himself to be a young but major player in the Melbourne urban music industry.

 

2. TyShawn Dion – 40s on Melrose

Worcester, Massachusetts native TyShawn Dion delivers his highly anticipated new single “40s on Melrose” to all DSPs. The former Division I football player, who left his promising sports career to pursue music, was inspired by a recent trip to L.A.which spawned the new single:

” 40s on Melrose” came to me as I was out in LA to shoot my visual for “Humble Pie”. During that time, I was staying on a school bus turned makeshift tour bus with a few of my friends from the city right on the corner of Melrose Ave. and began to think like damn… this is some hood ass shit…”, says Dion. ” My brother Kariuki was Yachty’s tour videographer, my guy Zel was shooting for Vogue… one night I went to get something to drink and saw that they were selling 40s.”

 

3. 12 ROUNZ – Sketti

New Single from ATM Family artist 12 Rounz titled “Sketti”. 12 Rounz gives us his first single in the #WhileYouWaitWednesday series releasing via Soundcloud.”This song was about my sauce and energy; you haven’t seen a big guy with this much sauce since Heavy D”12 Rounz explains. 12 Rounz will continue to release a new single every Wednesday in preparation for his new album releasing late 2017.

 

4. Neenah Shawn & Pop Legendary – You Should Trust Yourself

“You Should Trust Yourself” is an extraordinary type of music. I didn’t really enjoy the hook at first but after listening closely I found the vibe in it. Neenah Shawn and Pop Legendary are distinctive acts who bring their own flavour to the wavy track, combining both efforts together in the creative master piece.

Listen below…

 

5. Sydnee B – All Good ft. Rob Hicks and Travis Thompson

Sydnee B, one of Milwaukee’s most streamed hip-hop artists drops off his debut EP “Forever Hold Your Peace” today. The project stands tall at 6 tracks including the smash Single “That Way” featuring Glenn Travis. The EP also features Guest Appearances from Rising Hip Hop artist Rob Hicks and Travis Thompson.

With a mixture of hip hop and pop music, this conversion will be the upbringing of a new refreshing sound to the music industry. The project covers the basis of a distinctive flow, brilliant conceptualizing, and innovative vocalizing. The perception of the album is self-explanatory, the mastering, art of perfect timing and universe alignment.

With production being handled by Mantra, King BNJMN , Sonny Wane and more , “Forever Hold Your Peace” provides a sound that is unfamiliar in the Milwaukee Hip Hop Scene.

 

6. AGENCY – Warn Me Next Time

The new release from Agency, “Warn Me Next Time“, is smooth and funky with a bit of a bounce.  Blurring the lines between straight up R&B, Soul and Hip-Hop the track presents a somewhat depressing story disguised under perfect harmonies and catchy melodies.  While the lyrics tell the story of a relationship where the man is under appreciated and who’s emotions are being played with – the story is really a liberating one, with the man finally expressing himself and deciding to move on.

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