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‘I CALLED TJ TWICE’ - JORDY
Almost a year since his last single ‘Pagans’, Jordy has finally returned to deliver a hard-hitting anthem with ‘I Called TJ Twice’. The Tottenham born and raised artist, currently based in Essex, twists and turns all over the hazy production created by TJ 2 Percent. In a stellar performance, Jordy finds the perfect pockets for his raps on this latest release.
‘RICH DON’T STOP’ - SABA
Saba is back with another pair of singles. On ‘Rich Don’t Stop’ the Chicago rapper delivers introspective verses alongside a bouncy hook. His first release of 2021 carries on with the laid-back rap tone we are so used to, yet with every single he drops, his vocal performances seem to improve. Coming off the back of one of the most iconic rap albums in recent times in ‘Care for Me’, Saba has a lot to live up to, but this track is certainly another step in the right direction.
‘WHEN TONY MET SOSA’ - BENNY THE BUTCHER
Benny The Butcher’s new project is a collaboration with gifted hip-hop producer Harry Fraud. ‘The Plugs I Met 2’ begins with ‘When Tony Met Sosa’, a jazz inspired beat that combines subtle vocal sampling with Benny The Butcher’s distinctive tone.
‘CHANDLER BING’ - BAWO
The West Londoner is back with an upbeat track Chandler Bing with a pleasant beat and smooth lyrics. Not the most recently released track but it deserves attention regardless, Chandler Bing shows Bawos diversity as this track is different from his usual laid back vibe.
‘PEACHES’ - JUSTIN BIEBER, DANIEL CAESAR, GIVEON
Taken from Bieber's new album ‘Justice’ which dropped last Thursday (March 19th) Peaches is a catchy pop track which is full of harmonies from Daniel Caesar & a verse from Giveon. The music video is full of bright colours and interesting outfits. Check the video here.
‘HEADSHOT’ - LIL TJAY, FIVIO FOREIGN, POLO G
Lil Tjay brings in, Fivio Foreign and Polo G on his new single Headshot. After his last single calling my phone, being a hit getting 100 million streams in a month it looked a lot to live up to with his next single. But this song shows that Lil Tjay is versatile in the type of songs he can do, it might not be as big as calling my phone. But it is a solid showing from all artists involved making fans even more excited for his next album.
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