Undiscovered is a weekly playlist sharing our pick of the best new music from the world's most exciting emerging musicians. You heard it here first.

"Runaway" by Fred Roberts

Pop’s newest creator Fred Roberts debuts “Runaway”, an anthemic and introspective exploration of identity and navigation of the modern day.

“Distraction” by Akemi Fox

Soothing R&B singer-songwriter Akemi Fox reaches for her garage bag on “Distraction”. Made with bedroom raving in mind, the track is a welcomed switch up from the artist.

“LIKE THAT” By Laurel Smith

Avante-popstar Laurel Smith shares euphoric single “LIKE THAT”. A testament to her endless creative pursuit, the track touches many cornerstones of the electronic music spectrum.

"345" by Hilts, IZCO

Rap veteran Hilts links up with UKG trailblazer IZCO for the fiery “345”. Attacking broken rhythms with a nuanced pen game, the wordsmith speaks to living in the moment and not thinking about consequence.

“Same Mess” By Constantino, Renelle 893

Patterning an effortless flow, Renelle 893 returns to the fold with a flawless Constantino beat. An uplifting affair that acknowledges the humankind’s imperfection, “Same Mess” seeks forgiveness over an almost instrumental.

“HUH!” By Theodor Black, SHEIVA (JKriv remix)

Stripping “HUH!” down to a loi-fi affair, JKriv’s remix of Theodor Black’s single is dancefloor-ready. A house heater with plenty of verve, the remix is one of many that the Brooklyn-based artist has released this year.

“To Be Low” by BOYY, Jordan Max

Enigmatic artist BOYY returns four years on from his debut single with “To Be Low”. Featuring alternative R&B vocalist Jordan Max, the track is rich in soulful energy and sonic grandeur.

“Low Key Hating” by Confamm Charlito, Elzzz, TraviS, Reggie, Tidah

TraviS, Elzzz, Reggie and Tidah combine for another drill heater, aided by the production mastery of Confamm Charlito.

“Come My Lady” by Skitzubishi

The latest release on Brick Sweat Records comes from London-based producer Skitzubishi. Sampling Crazy Town’s seminal hit “Butterfly”, “Come My Lady” is a serious UK bass dancefloor filler.

“253” By KIDS

Taken off KIDS’ new EP ‘Love + The City, Pt. 1’, “253” draws comparisons to the storytelling flare of Mike Skinner. A percussive indie cut with rap sensibilities, the single bends genres and shows off the duo’s knack for slacker songwriting.

"Feel Awful Now" by Nukuluk

Releasing their sophomore EP ‘SUPERGLUE’ today, Nukuluk are the five-piece misfits pulling from a range of genres. “Feel Awful Now” starts in a state of ambience, before building into a whirlpool of chaotic electronic post-punk.

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