Fresh Music Friday Volume 32

Fresh Music Friday Volume 32

New tracks added on 2.3.17

LA Riots – Real Love
REZZ x KD – Fourth Impact
K.Flay – Black Wave
Dirtyphonics Remix of Zeds Dead x Diplo – Blame
Alesso – Falling
Father – Hands
ALBUM: Big Sean – I Decided.
ALBUM: Sampha – Process
Skip Marley – Lions
William Singe – Rush


LA Riots – Real Love

Need a perfect Valentine’s Day jam? Look no further. LA Riots and Great Good Fine OK deliver on their new single, “Real Love” with “falsetto vocals and percussive synth rhythms set the mood like a roomful of candles.” [1]


REZZ x KD – Fourth Impact

While busy out on her Something Wrong Here Tour, Savior of Sound, REZZ keeps the music coming. She connects with KD on this new single, “Fourth Impact”. The track is available to download for free here on SoundCloud.


Father – Hands

Father goes off on his new track. You may not wanna catch these hands but you’ll wanna listen to it. Press play on “Hands” below.


K.Flay – Black Wave

K.Flay announces that she will be back in April with her sophomore studio album Every Where Is Some Where. The first single “Black Wave” is just a taste of what’s to come. In a statement on her Medium blog, K.Flay says her new track is about “facing something immense and menacing and choosing not to cower, but to rise up.” Read the full (and powerful) statement here.


Dirtyphonics Remix of Zeds Dead x Diplo – Blame

Your weekend just got a little dirtier. “Blame” has been blowing up the charts lately and a new remix pack has hit the interwebz. Dirtyphonics take the track and in their typical fashion, make it real dirty. Listen to their remix below then go get some q-tips and clean that filth out of your ears.


Alesso – Falling

Just like most genius ideas, the inspiration for Alesso’s new song, “Falling” came from a melody he came up with while singing in the shower in Korea. [2]. Does Alesso have another chart breaker on his hands?


ALBUM: Big Sean – I Decided.

GOOD Music’s Big Sean has dropped his fourth studio album, I Decided.. From heavy hitting collabs with Jeremih, Eminem, Migos and his Twenty88 counterpart Jhene Aiko, Big Sean bounces back in a huge way.


ALBUM: Sampha – Process

28-year-old singer-songwriter from the UK, Sampha isn’t new to the music game. Although he just released his debut album, Sampha has put his hand in on many top tracks like Drake’s “Too Much” and “The Motion”, Kanye’s “Saint Pablo” and Frank Ocean’s “Alabama,” just to name a few you may have heard of. Get to know him now cause you’ll hear more from him in 2017 including performances at Coachella and Primavera Sound and also opening for The xx on their North American tour.


Skip Marley – Lions

Maternal grandson of the reggae legend Bob Marley, Skip Marley continues the legacy. “I want to spread my music to the people and help them unify,” he said in a press release. “I want people to take away a message of love, of looking at the way you are living and thinking where we can work to be our best. Whatever they’re feeling, I want them to be able to turn up my music and think, relax, and get good vibes.” [3] Skip Marley’s new single, “Lion” calls on the pride of a new generation to unite.


William Singe – Rush

Australian singer, William Singe is best known for his silky covers of top hits like Drake’s “Hotline Bling”, The Chainsmokers’ “Closer” and many more worth giving a listen to. Today he drops his first original single, “Rush”.

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