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Discover the freshest musical cuts on this week's Notion Now, with tracks from Caity Baser, Peggy Gou, Doja Cat, and more.
"Leave Me Alone" by Caity Baser
Caity Baser asks the questions that really matter in “Leave Me Alone”. Rapping with a doo-wop swing, the Notion 93 cover star is in her element on this irresistibly catchy hit.
"(It Goes Like) Nanana" by Peggy Gou
South Korean producer DJ Peggy Gou is back and sounding as groovy as ever on “(It Goes Like) Nanana”. It’s her first release on Richard Russell’s revered XL Recordings.
"Jah" by Libianca
“Jah” sees afrobeats hit maker Libianca singing with an effortless swagger. Cultivating a tight-knit fanbase, the Cameroon-originating artist has gone global and continues to take African music to the masses.
"Basquiat" by Asake
Taken off Asake’s new album ‘Work Of Art’, “Basquiat” references the prestigious New York painter and musician through intricate wordplay. Ama piano bass swings and afrobeats shuffles add to the summery vibes we’ve become accustomed to from the Nigerian.
"Attention" by Doja Cat
Introducing a new era of Doja Cat, “Attention” thrusts the rapper back into the spotlight. A devilishly funky bassline makes this cut all the more contagious.
"High In Brighton" by FIZZ
Bedroom pop supergroup FIZZ unleash their first-ever single, “High In Brighton”. Depicting a psychedelic yearning for the seaside, the track builds into a frenzy of indie goodness.
"DTB" by JBEE
Mobo-nominated rapper JBEE is back ahead of his highly anticipated debut mixtape ‘HBK’. “DTB” is a romantic drill offering, helped by the undeniable production of Hargo.
"TYSON" by Finn Foxell
Fusing a range of genres, from rap to punk, Finn Foxell’s “TYSON” is out just in time for festival season. It’s set to be a lively summer for the artist, who’s taking to Glastonbury next weekend.
"Why Can't I." by tendai
On “Why Can’t I .”, Canning Town native tendai proves why he’s one of Britain’s most exciting voices. His polymathic approach has won fans in the calibre of Stormzy and it feels inevitable that he’ll be reaching heights of his own soon.
"Little Things" by Jorja Smith (Nia Archives Remix)
Of course, Nia Archives is on remix duties for Jorja Smith’s “Little Things”. Who else would it be? A summer block party anthem, the track sounds all the more fresh cranked to 160-170 BPM.