It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for; Easter, a long weekend, sunny weather, and a lineup of all-new music! We’ve got the breakdown below to get you hippin’ and hoppin’ 🐰
While you’re here, check out our New, Fresh & Now playlist!
Olivia Rodrigo “deja vu”
Olivia Rodrigo fans have been patiently waiting for something new from the pop sensation since the release of her mega-hit “Drivers License,” and luckily they didn’t have to wait long. “deja vu” is Olivia’s second single and although this is our first listen, something tells us it’ll take the world by storm.
Listen to “deja vu” here.
Demi Lovato ‘Dancing With The Devil… The Art of Starting Over’
Demi Lovato’s mission to be an open book continues with the release of her new album ‘Dancing With The Devil… The Art of Starting Over.’ This release marks the start of a new era for Demi; with sounds, lyrics, and imagery we have never seen from her before.
This is her first full-length album since 2017’s ‘Tell Me You Love Me,’ and features artists like Sam Fischer, Noah Cyrus and Ariana Grande. This album will be well worth the wait with a total of 19 songs, including a prelude.
Listen to ‘Dancing With The Devil… The Art of Starting Over’ here.
Valley “Like 1999 (Late Night Mix)”
If you’re like us and “Like 1999” has been stuck in your head for weeks now, grab a snack and get comfy because Valley’s back with a brand new remix of the insanely catchy song. This remix will get you in the mood to just chill, which is exactly what a long weekend is for!!
Listen to Valley “Like 1999 (Late Night Mix)” here.
42 Dugg & Roddy Ricch “4 Da Gang”
On “4 Da Gang,” 42 Dugg teams up with Roddy Ricch for his second release of 2021, following his single “I Know.” Both artists are known for their highly-anticipated collaborations and “4 Da Gang” is no exception.
42 Dugg got his start by writing rhymes and lyrics in jail and quickly realized that this is what he was meant to do. After collaborating with artists such as Babyface Ray, he was signed and released his first album ‘Young and Turnt.’
Listen to “4 Da Gang” here.
Conor Gains “Light Shines In”
Conor Gains has been on a little bit of a hiatus following the release of his 2018 album ‘Compass’ but is back with an official debut called “Light Shines In.” When speaking about the songwriting process, the insanely talented instrumentalist/songwriter/singer/producer said that the most important thing to him is having the time and space to let the tunes come from him. And that’s how magic is made!
Listen to “Light Shines In” here.
Jesse Gold “R.I.P.”
On March 31, Toronto-based Jesse Gold released a tracked called “R.I.P.,” a song all about being stuck in a rut and not knowing which direction to take. Sounds familiar, right? “R.I.P.” is Jesse’s second release of 2021 following his most recent single called “We Good.” With a steady stream of singles since 2019, we can only hope that there’s more to come soon.
Listen to “R.I.P.” here.
St. Vincent “The Melting of the Sun”
St. Vincent (AKA Annie Clark) has been in the pop industry for years and even if you’ve never heard of her, you’ve probably heard her track “Rosalyn” featuring Bon Iver from the iconic Twilight soundtrack – you know the one.
Her most recent single “Pay Your Way In Pain” was released earlier this month, but her last full-length album was way back in 2017! If you really are new to her music, we would suggest checking out Saturday Night Live on April 3rd, where she will show the world what she’s been up to all these years.
Listen to “The Melting of the Sun” here.
LPB Poody, ‘The Last Minute’ EP
At age 21, LPB Poody is already climbing the ranks of the music industry. Originally a DJ, he switched to rapping in 2018 and started releasing his music online. In his new EP titled ‘The Last Minute,’ he raps about his lifestyle, experiences with the streets and turning his life around.
Listen to ‘The Last Minute’ here.
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That’s all for this week. Head over to our Instagram and let us know in the comments which release you’re most excited to listen to. Also, don’t forget to check out our New, Fresh & Now playlist. See you next time!