- Words Liam Cattermole
New Music Friday is here and Notion Now has all the tracks you need to be adding to your playlists over the next seven days.
'Issa Party' by Latto, BabyDrill
There ain’t no party like a Latto party. On the Billboard-topping artist’s latest single, she conceives another hit destined for chart success.
'Mosquito' by PinkPantheress
Pinkpantheress hits Bond Street’s The Royal Arcade for some much-needed retail therapy in the visuals for ‘Mosquito’. The track itself is another breezy jungle roller.
‘Feelings’ by Jorja Smith, J Hus
‘Falling Or Flying’, Jorja Smith’s sophomore album, hit streaming services today. Expanding her sonic palette, the record is filled with joyous moments, one of which being this reggaeton jam featuring J Hus.
'Nervous (In A Good Way)' by Mae Muller
Eurovision debutant Mae Muller just released her 17-track debut album and there are plenty of pop highlights to choose from. ‘Nervous (In A Good Way)’ is a dizzying love track filled with euphoria.
'Take You There' by Eliza Rose
Enter, the psychedelic universe of Eliza Rose. “You should come with me, I can take you there,” she sings in nasal tones, transporting you to the music video’s surreal dreamscape.
'There Will Be No Crying' by Cleo Sol
“This album was made for God, to honour and give thanks,” said Cleo Sol on Twitter this morning. ‘There Will Be No Crying’, with its smooth gospel grooves, relishes in the spiritual tendencies of previous releases.
'UN PREVIEW' by Bad Bunny
Is Bad Bunny’s new single, ‘UN PREVIEW’, about Kendall Jenner? Some of his biggest fans certainly think so. Listen to the lovestruck lyrics, dig out Google Translate, and see for yourself.
‘Shake Yo Dreads’ by Sexyy Red
Few artists have had a breakthrough year like Sexyy Red. The angsty American rapper is back with a chilling new trap single called ‘Shake Yo Dreads’.
'Check' by Skrapz
Skrapz is keeping everything in ‘Check’ on his latest single. The road rap provocateur rides 808s with a familiar nonchalance, throwing shade at his inferiors.
‘P.L.L’ by Karen Nyame KG
Karen Nyame KG’s found a pocket of Afro house that’s completely her own. On ‘P.L.L’ she uses her luxurious vocals to convey an alluring romance, filled with jealousy and unrequited love.