#5. Evergreen – Aidono
Catchy, breezy and chic. Also love a good female+male vocal duo.
#4. S.G. Lewis Feat. Charlotte Day Wilson & Channel Tres – Fever Dreamer
Another fantastic album drop by S.G. Lewis. One of the few artists I’ve been following who’s managed to stay pretty true to his sounds and style despite getting pretty huge in the scene.
#3. Bayonne – Solo
I adore this dude and his sound. His music manages to put me at ease – meditative almost.
#2. Moon Boots Feat. Steven Klavier – Ride Away
I been on this journey with Moon Boots since way back in the
Sugar days, and man he is still rocking it, over 150 tracks later. A truly epic discography.
#1. Thunder Jackson – Guilty Party
Life’s been a bit wild over the last few months, and I haven’t been able to post as regularly as I typically do. One of the artists I’ve come across during this quasi-hiatus is Thunder Jackson, who is literally rocking my world. His eponymous titled album is unreal. This won’t be the only time he’ll grace the pages of this blog.
#5. Franc Moody – Cherry
More uplifting airy vibes from Franc Moody.
#4. S.G. Lewis Feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Lucky Daye – Vibe Like This
Radio-made, but a hit nonetheless. Love the beat and Lucky Daye’s vocals.
#3. The Game Feat. Chloe, Chris Brown & Cassie
Totally digging the sample from Janet Jackson. The Game has some sneaky legit tunes these days. Lots of thoughtful, positive-messaging on real world topics here as well.
#2. Dance Yourself Clean Feat. Gegory Dillon – Every Kiss Is Hell (Baby I’m Not Okay)
Retro sounding and feels just made for the karaoke bars. This one has grown on me.
#1. Model Man – Arms
Wowwwwwwza. What a vocal loop!!! And the interview-sounding sample clip. Geezus. Brilliant track. I admittedly find the transition mid-track kinda weird and off-putting, but thankfully it’s brought back full circle at the end.