Simple, clean, and catchy. Eric Prydz’ Liberate is all of these, which automatically makes the single a top candidate for this summer’s anthem.
Maverick Sabre’s lead single off his next album samples the chorus from Chaka Khan’s 1983 dance hit Ain’t Nobody, and although he surrounds it with more urban and less upbeat verses, the strange combination works.
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A lotta voice for a lotta hair. That’s the first thing that hit me once Ella Eyre started belting the opening lines of her latest single, If I Go.
Don’t Look Back is the newest single by Matrix & Futurebound feat. Tanya Lacey, and it’s a perfect DnB track for the summer. With its catchy rhythm and low-key vocals, this is a great song to dance or to simply chill out to with your friends, poolside.
Like a poised and pretty hybrid of Anna Kendrick’s mouth, Scarlett Johansson’s profile, and Steve Buscemi’s wistfulness, La Roux sashays back into the scene with her newest single, Let Me Down Gently, from her upcoming album Trouble in Paradise.
Think of this as auditory foreplay. Neon Jungle’s latest single Louder creeps up on you with a sultry vibe, and the opening vocals is like warm chocolate syrup all over your naked skin.
Hip hop and rock fuse together to combine this interesting and hard-driving single, Keep Walking. Performed by CrashCarBurn feat. Kwesta, this is a celebration of personal empowerment in a gritty package.