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Wake up! This week's Notion Now just landed, with fresh flavours from Travis Scott, Holly Humberstone and Post Malone.
“DELRESTO (ECHOES)” by Travis Scott
‘UTOPIA’, Travis Scott’s long-awaited album, is finally here. Drake’s verse on “MELTDOWN” will grab the headlines, but this link-up with Beyoncé is what we’ve been bumping today.
“Superbloodmoon” by Holly Humberstone, d4vd
Two artists at the top of their game, Holly Humberstone and d4vd have our streaming services in a chokehold. “Superbloodmoon” shows serious maturity from the rising superstars.
“Enough Is Enough” by Post Malone
Post Malone’s new album has shaped up to be a sombre affair but don’t let that deter you from tracks like “Enough Is Enough”. Having us in our feels, Posty’s on fine form with his delicate storytelling and gruff cadence.
“Loading” by James Blake
Taken from his forthcoming album, ‘Playing Robots Into Heaven’, James Blake shares the enthralling new single, “Loading”.
“Freedom 2” by Kwengface, Joy Orbison, Overmono
Joy Overmono are back and in great company. UK wordsmith Kwengface shows he’s much more than a drill artist, riding a mechanical instrumental with his playful flow.
“FREE SLIME / SEXY GIRLS” by Unknown T, Lancey Foux
A much anticipated link-up, “FREE SLIME / SEXY GIRLS” shows the undeniable chemistry between Unknown T and Lancey Foux. Could a collaborative tape ever materialise between the artists? We certainly hope so.
“I Wanna Be Software” by Grimes, Illangelo
Grimes is said to have released her final earth album. On this new track, she's in a whole other cyber stratosphere, confessing “I Wanna Be Software”.
“YOU & I” by Anne-Marie, Khalid
“I can see those dark clouds over above us” sings Anne-Marie sorrowfully on “YOU & I”. In his trademark tones, Khalid provides some emotional support with a harmonic feature.
"JEALOUSY" by Offset, Cardi B
On "JEALOUSY", Offset and Cardi B spin their never ending relationship drama into a contagious trap cut.
"Astronomical" by Bea Anderson, Jords
Rising alt-R&B artist Bea Anderson returns alongside Jords for the groove-infused, "Astronimical". An enchanting love story, the track sees both artists flowing with a magnetic energy.