“Hop On” is a song by dynamic UK R&B singer/rapper Angel. Angel’s soulful vocals take the song back and forth between chill vibes and bedroom banger, while female rapper Stefflon Don adds a strong female perspective with a killer verse seducing him with her island flow.
“Social” is a song by the West London based trio WSTRN as a single from their upcoming album(TBA). The song, musically, is an upbeat reggae-style track that brings the summer vibes as the boys sing; “you can keep it social”. Lyrically, this is one for the women, one that won’t have any girl shy to dance to and lets face it we are all on some kind of social, so everyone can relate to this upbeat track.
“Luv” is a song by Canadian rapper Tory Lanez as the second single from his upcoming debut studio album, ‘I Told You’. The song was released on June 10, 2016 by Mad Love Records and Interscope Records while the song’s accompanying music video premiered on June 24, 2016 on Tory’s Vevo account on YouTube. “Luv” has interpolations from “Everyone Falls in Love” by Tanto Metro and Devonte and was produced by Cashmere Cat and Benny Blanco.
“I Got the Keys” is a song by American DJ and record producer DJ Khaled, as the second single off of his ninth studio album, ‘Major Key’. The single features vocals from American rappers Jay Z and Future and was released on June 27, 2016 by We the Best Music Group and Epic Records “I Got the Keys” was produced by Southside with co-production by Jake One and G Koop.
“Worship” is a song by British electronica trio Years & Years from their debut studio album, ‘Communion'(2015). The pop song was released as the eighth and final single from their album. A music video to accompany the release of “Worship” featuring Olly Alexander, was first released onto YouTube on June 30, 2016 at a total length of four minutes and fifty seconds and was directed by Matt Lambert.
“M.I.L.F.$.” is a song by American singer-songwriter and rapper Fergie, reportedly taken from her upcoming album ‘Double Duchess’. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Fergie revealed what “M.I.L.F.$.” really mean, saying: “Changing the acronym to Moms I’d Like To Follow is about empowering women who do it all, they have a career, a family, and still find the time to take care of themselves and feel sexy. With a wink of course.” And just hour after Fergie released her new song, she dropped a new star-studded music video that stars some of Hollywood’s celebrity moms like Kim Kardashian, Ciara, Chrissy Teigen, Alessandra Ambrosio and more.
“Shabba” is a new song by American R&B singer Chris Brown and Nigerian pop star WizKid and a collaboration with Dallas rapper Hoody Baby and British rap collective Section Boyz. Brown takes the first verse on the song that’s a play on Jamaican dancehall Shabba Ranks’ famous tagline. “Shabba” is a dancehall music and is produced by Mike WiLL Made-It.
“Good Grief” is a song by English indie rock band Bastille, released as the first single from their upcoming second studio album Wild World. The song debuted at Annie Mac show on her BBC Radio 1 show as the “hottest track” on June 16, 2016. “Good Grief” was released as single to radio and as a digital download following its debut that same day.
“Don’t You Know” is a song by French deep house DJ and producer Valentin Brunel or better known as Kungs. The song features vocals by British blues rock and folk musician Jamie N Commons. “Don’t You Know” was released on 24 June 2016 as a digital download, with the accompanying music video for the song was released the same day on Kungs’ Vevo channel on YouTube. Kungs himself played the male actor in the music video with model Lola Viande.
“Always Late” is a brand new song by the English hip hop duo from Brighton, Rizzle Kicks, after the duo’s pair-up. The duo were childhood friends Jordan “Rizzle” Stevens and Harley “Sylvester” Alexander-Sule who first started making music together in 2008. “Always Late” is a head bopping, hip-hop joy ride, from two guys who know how to mix fun with addictive soundtracks.