From Aitch's roster of ladies in 'Famous Girl', to Ezra Collective's first single of the year, press play on all the fresh tracks you need to hear this week.

'Vitamins' by Mabel

Returning with her first solo release in two years, Mabel delivers sultry smoothness in her latest track, ‘Vitamins’. With nostalgic '90s vibes, she returns to her R&B roots as she reminds her lover to prioritise self-care above anything else.

'Ajala' by Ezra Collective

Building on the success of their Mercury Prize- winning sophomore album, Where I’m Meant To Be, London’s Ezra Collective heats up the scene with their fiery new single, ‘Ajala’. Energetic rhythms, jubilant saxophones and trumpet interludes blend seamlessly with stellar keys and basslines, creating a fusion of Afrobeats and contemporary jazz that’s impossible to resist.

'Godfather' by Sad Night Dynamite, Yung Kayo

Somerset boys Sad Night Dynamite whisk up a spooky brew of hip-hop on their latest track, ‘Godfather’. Full of their hallmark mournful headphone rap, the pair tap American rapper Yung Kayo who brings his unmatched wordplay to the table.

‘Business As Usual (9-5 mix)’ by Eliza Rose, MJ Cole

Featured on her new EP, Business As Usual, the title track delivers neo-soul vibes that send shivers down your spine, featuring a collaboration with UK music veteran, MJ Cole. A potent mix of 2-step beats, jazz-infused keys and nostalgic nods to 90’s neo-soul, MJ Cole’s production shines as Eliza Rose serves up soft sunken vocals.

‘Rodo’ by Adekunle Gold

‘Rodo’, meaning “pepper” in Yoruba, brings an infectious energy that’ll have you swaying to its zesty rhythm. Overflowing with positivity, Adekunle Gold serenades in his native tongue, as his smooth vocals intertwine with the funky drum beat and bass guitar grooves.

‘Famous Girl’ by Aitch

Aitch is the talk of the town with his latest drop, ‘Famous Girl’, where he name-checks 22 ladies throughout the track. From Anne-Marie, to Lizzo to Dua Lipa, he playfully declares his admiration for music’s hottest starts, with standout lines like “P.S, tell Raye I think she’s sexy as sh*t”. Set over a bouncy beat, Aitch’s tongue-in-cheek bars keep the energy high.

’Neverender’ by Justice, Tame Impala

For the lead track off Hyperdrama, the new album from French electronic titans Justice, the duo join forces with Tame Impala for an aerodynamic house track. Titled ‘Neverender’, Kevin Parker casts his vocals atop a sumptuous bed of pulsing keys and crisp cymbals while a wriggly disco-funk bassline adds an irresistible rhythm.

‘Love Me JeJe’ by Tems

Nigerian artist Tems pays tribute to her homeland in the spellbinding anthem, ‘Love Me Jeje’. Performing the track during weekend one at Coachella, the song harnesses a catchy hook as it pays homage to her quintessential fusion of neo-soul with Afropop nuances.

‘overseas’ by Ken Carson

Ken Carson on his birthday, gave his listeners the greatest gift of all, dropping ‘overseas’, a grizzly trap track. Over an electric yet distorted beat, Ken’s flow is unrivalled as he spits bars about various cities with standout lyrics: “When I’m in Miami, I feel like Lebron, number six.”

‘The Curb' by DC and Blanco

South London hotshot DC teams up with Kennington’s own Blanco in his latest single, ‘The Curb’. Melding rap with a hard-hitting grime beat, the duo’s unmatched energy drives the trap sprinkled production, as they interplay with each other flawlessly.

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