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In Notion Now: Week 44, Olivia Dean, Arlo Parks, Easy Life, Pa Salieu, SL, KSI, Biig Piig, and many more have all released brand spanking new music!
"Echo" by Olivia Dean
Olivia Dean shares the stunning single "Echo", about the importance of support in tough times. She's also announced a forthcoming EP - 'What Am I Gonna Do On Sundays?' due this 4th December.
"B***K" by Pa Salieu
Dynamic Coventry rapper Pa Salieu has already built a lot of buzz around this brilliant new track. When speaking about "B***K", Pa says, “The title being censored is to highlight how throughout history parts of society have portrayed black people and culture almost like a swear word”.
"Green Eyes" by Arlo Parks
Arlo Parks is back with another soft, entrancing song - this time featuring backing vocals from Clairo. It's about "self-discovery, self-acceptance and adolescence. It is supposed to uplift and comfort those going through hard times", she said. Arlo has also announced her debut album 'Collapsed In Sunbeams' will drop on 29th January 2021.
"Daydreams" by Easy Life
Leicester band Easy Life share the first induction to their highly-anticipated debut album with the breezy, escapist track "Daydreams".
"Doubt Nothing" by JGrrey
South London's JGrrey delivers some smooth vibes on the blissful new single "Doubt Nothing".
"Drive" by Ashton Irwin
5SOS' Ashton Irwin has dropped his debut album, 'Superbloom', and it's hard to choose which song to focus on - but "Drive" is a really cinematic number.
"Time Alone" by ABISHA
ABISHA sings on self-care and the need to be honest about our mental health on the shimmering afropop single "Time Alone".
"Feelings (feat. JB Scofield)" by AWA
Sweden-born, London-based singer AWA has teamed up with Leicester's JB Scofield to create "Feelings", a song that touches on the highs and lows of life.
"Back to the Streets (feat. Jhené Aiko)" by Saweetie
Saweetie has shared the new single “Back to the Streets", featuring Jhené Aiko with production by Timbaland. It's the latest release from Saweetie‘s forthcoming studio debut 'Pretty Btch Music*'.
"Don't" by GRACEY
Pop star on the rise, GRACEY, shares "Don't", a taste of her upcoming mini-album, titled 'The Art of Closure''. It's got big made-for-the-club vibes, but we'll have to settle for dancing in our bedrooms for now.
"Excuse Me (feat. Unknown T)" by SL
Part of his 'Different Dude' mixtape, which features a trio of collabs, is this bouncy number with Unknown T.
"Liahr" by Biig Piig
Biig Piig has treated us to not one but TWO singles this week - in the form of "Liahr" and "Oh No". Whilst covering chaotic topics, the musician delivers them with a sensory calm.
"Tunnel Vision" by JyellowL
Rising Irish rapper, JyellowL, speaks on his goals with the new song "Tunnel Vision", taken from his forthcoming debut LP '2020 D|VISION' which is set for release on 20th November.
"Hot Shot" by Bklava
Brighton-based, Irish-Lebanese polymath on the rise, Bklava, shares the infectious, eponymous EP and new single "Hot Shot" which is guaranteed to get you grooving.
"Really Love (feat. Craig David & Digital Farm Animals)" by KSI
Following the success of his critically acclaimed debut studio album Dissimulation, KSI returns with new single "Really Love" featuring his "childhood hero" Craig David and DJ Digital Farm Animals.
"Bedroom Bully (feat. Ms Banks)" by D Double E
D Double E and Ms Banks team up for the bashment-infused single "Bedroom Bully", off D's new album 'Double Or Nothing'.
"Time" by Kartell
French artist Kartell teams up with Qendresa and Coops on his latest release “Time”, released on Roche Music. It's filled with pounding synth patterns and late night grooves.