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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.
“sunshine” by Rio Rainz, Finn Foxell
Two of London’s most promising voices unite on “sunshine”. Are you ready for carni? If not, Rio Rainz and Finn Foxell's jungle roller is here to help.
“am i stupid?” by Jaydonclover
Jaydonclover is questioning everything on “am i stupid?”. It’s another smoky, lo-fi single from the promising London-based vocalist.
“fantasise” by kid apollo, dexter in the newsagent
Opening kid apollo’s latest EP ‘In Your Own Right’, “fantasise” is a smooth jersey club cut with dexter in the newsagent. The friends combine in fine fashion, revealing an endearing chemistry.
“Cold Shoulder” by Benny Mails
Life’s good when Benny Mails is back and making music. The polymath has broadened his horizons recently; “Cold Shoulder”, we hope, is indicative of a longer project.
“Always” by Swiss Portrait
Taking a DIY approach to his equally melodic and immersive sound, Swiss Portrait is doing things differently. The Scottish artist makes tunes in the confines of his spare room but the music sounds more expansive than so.
“Joy and Pride” by Konyikeh
Konyikeh’s deep and soulful tones are strikingly vivid. On “Joy and Pride”, the artist shows why so many have her on their ones to watch lists.
“Fragments” by Rosie H Sullivan
“Fragments” is a beautifully poetic new single from promising singer-songwriter Rosie H Sullivan. Inspired by the highlands of Scotland, the track is glazed with tender storytelling and honeyed vocals.
“Anticipate” by Xenia Manasseh, Karun
Dazzling us with her ethereal tones, “Anticipate” is another breathtaking track from Xenia Manasseh.
“NIKO BELLIC” by Len, Unknown T
No one sounds like Len. Unconcerned with virality, the rising south London rapper lets the music do the talking. On “NIKO BELLIC”, he goes toe-to-toe with Unknown T over a choppy beat.
“Dust” by Emmeline, Kojey Radical
Hypnotic melodies and spellbinding production intermingle on Emmeline’s “Dust”. Featuring Kojey Radical, the lyrical polymath makes a statement, flowing between graceful hooks and hard verses.