From Normani's highly anticipated debut album, to another cosmic synth hit from Lava La Rue, here are all the tracks you need to hear this week.

‘All Yours’ by Normani

Former Fifth Harmony singer Normani sizzles with her sultry single, ‘All Yours’. Part of her long-awaited debut solo album—five years in the making—this glistening atmospheric R&B track features a futuristic beat that perfectly complements her smooth harmonies and signature southern flow.

‘Motorcycle’ by Remi Wolf

Gearing up to the release of her album Big Ideas, pop princess Remi Wolf ups the antics on ‘Motorcycle’. Exploring the dichotomy between settling down and wanting your freedom, Remi strips back production to an electric guitar and a subtle drum rhythm that holds her sunken vocals atop.

‘Poison Cookie’ by Lava La Rue, AUDREY NUNA

Lava La Rue’s interstellar soul takes off in her latest track, ‘Poison Cookie’. Offering a sneak peek into her cosmic album, STARFACE, the track encompasses a sci-fi narrative sung in reverbed vocals that grace the pulsating percussion of swirling synths and driving breakbeats.

'BROTHER STONE’ by Don Toliver, Kodak Black

Houstin rapper Don Toliver just dropped his most fire album yet, HARDSTONE PSYCHO, with the third track being a certified standout. Titled ‘BROTHERSTONE’ the cut features Kodak Black and showcases their hard-hitting bars over a gritty high-octane trap piano beat.

‘WalkOnBy’ by NxWorries, Anderson .Paak, Knxwledge

Hip-hop's suavest duo, NxWorries, have finally released their long-awaited sophomore album, Why Lawd? The 19-track project is highlighted by sultry banger ‘WalkOnBy’, where Earl Sweatshirt delivers a tightly woven verse amidst Rae Khalil’s soulful vocals, set against a backdrop of funky electric guitar riffs.

‘BIGGAVEL’ by LUCKI, Lil Yachty

‘BIGGAVEL’ is a subtle belter from LUCKI’s latest album, GEMINI!, where he teams up with pal Lil Yachty. Featuring a haunting, out-of-tune violin string, which weaves throughout the heavy drums, Yachty’s flow dances off the beat emphatically.

‘Spring breakers’ by Charli xcx

‘Spring breakers’ didn’t make it on Charli’s BRAT album, however it did find its rightful place on the deluxe edition. Sampling her longtime hero and dream collaborator, Britney Spears, and her noughties hit ‘Everytime’, the track is a chaotic explosion of swirly synths and unhinged energy: a true club classic for years to come.

‘Mood Swings’ by IDLES

Bristol rockers IDLES are kickstarting summer on a high with their first-ever Spotify Singles session, just ahead of their coveted slot at Glastonbury. Covering Little Simz’s ‘Mood Swings’, the futuristic original is replaced with a vibrant, clubby beat that transforms the track into an early noughties hit.

‘tears’ by hard life

Following a challenging legal battle with easyGroup, the band formerly known as easy life are confronting their hardships in comeback track, ‘tears’. Laying their cards on the table, singer Murray Matravers goes in, mentioning easyGroup owner, Stellios Haji-Ioannou: “Now I’ve got to lawyer up / gimmie air miles or a fair trial, Stellios”..

‘ONOME’ by Odeal

Igniting airwaves once again, Odeal brings summer vibes in his latest track, ‘ONOME’. With silky smooth vocals, the feel-good beat draws inspiration from the sounds of Afrobeats and amapiano with an R&B undercurrent that invites listeners to bask in its infectious groove.