Playlist: Here’s The Best New Music – Feat. Flo Milli, Baby Queen, Noga Erez and More

Thirsty for some new music? We’re returning with our Best New Music playlist that has been updated with some of the best new releases from the past two weeks.

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There are lots of reasons to look forward to Fridays, and the fact that it’s the day most new music gets released is definitely way up there on the list. But the amount of new music can feel overwhelming at times, right? Well, we think so – and that’s why we’ve given life to a whole new playlist with handpicked musical goodies for you to fall in love with. We’re calling it the ‘Best New Music Playlist’ and the name says it all.

So without further ado, here are 10 new tracks that we’re digging at the moment – and a few more! Listen to the full playlist below.

Flo Milli – “Roaring 20s”

Flo Milli had a good year in 2020 (if such thing even exists) and now she’s gearing up for 2021 with the hard-hitting money anthem “Roaring 20s”. The Alabama native and self-proclaimed “rich bitch with rich bitch tendencies” once again proves why she’s been on the lips of hip hop fans from all over the past year.

Noga Erez – “End of the Road”

On March 26th, Noga Erez is releasing her second album Kids, from which she’s unleashed the amazing new track “End of the Road”. It’s oozing with attitude and shows us that the Tel Aviv-based artist also has a brilliant rap game going for her. Reminiscent of the confidence and classiness found in Janelle Monáes music, “End of the Road” is by far one of Noga Erez’ strongest tracks to date.

Dolapo, Oxlade & Ms Banks – “Interest”

UK rising R&B star Dolapo has teamed up with Nigerian artist Oxlade and the one and only Ms Banks for a catchy new track to kick in 2021. The singer has been exploring her Nigerian heritage on the track that serves as an anthem for the ladies: “We know what we bring to the table and the ball is forever in our court,” she says in a statement. Sit back, relax and enjoy the vibe of this absolute gem.

Issey Cross – “Who”

We know very little about the London-newcomer Issey Cross cause “Who” is her first single ever released. But sometimes one song is all it takes to know that there’s something special cooking for an artist and “Who” is exactly that kind of track. Cross draws her influences from R&B, pop and Hip Hop and turns them into her own dark sound, which promises good things for the future of the exciting new act.

Middle Kids – “Questions”

The Sydney-based trio Middle Kids fronted by lead singer and songwriter Hannah Joy knows a thing or two about good melodies, honest lyrics and how to perform these melodies and lyrics in a way that make the sound feel larger than life with the use of pretty organic features. In their new single “Questions” it’s the brass-section that leads the sound to a climax while Joy explains the complexity of being intimate with someone you realize you’re not close with. The single comes with the announcement of Middle Kids’ second album following the critically acclaimed debut Lost Friends from 2018. Today We’re the Greatest is set for release on March 19th 2021. Watch the incredible one-take video directed by W.A.M Bleakly here:

LOONY – “raw”

With “raw” LOONY is forcing you to slow down and just enjoy the calmness a musical piece can provide. In a soundscape soft as silk, the Toronto-based artist smoothly blends R&B, neo-soul and gospel into one delightful slice of a tender love song.

Baby Queen – “Raw Thoughts”

“Raw Thoughts” by one of our absolute top artists to watch this year is not only Baby Queen‘s first song of 2021, but also one of the first songs she’s ever written. In a press release she also describes the incredibly catchy track as probably the most important song she’s released so far as it laid ground for what ended up becoming the sound of Baby Queen – a sound that she’s received loads of praise for the past six months. With “Raw Thoughts” Bella Latham once again shows her talent in powerful songwriting and it’s definitely a track that sticks in your brain in the best way possible.

Avenue Beat – “WOMAN”

“What’s more beautiful than a woman?” Avenue Beat, who was behind the super relatable F*ck 2020-anthem “F2020”, asks on their newest offering “WOMAN”. “Nothing”, the answer echos in the smooth pop track build up around a low key production and soft vocal harmonies.

FVN – “Shit”

FVN – a Copenhagen-favorite of ours – has released the unapologetically new track “Shit” making us miss the clubs and dirty dancefloors. It’s the definition of a “banger” that takes us back to the sound of early Missy Elliott and once again makes us certain that FVN has the potential to make waves far beyond the Danish boarders.

G Flip & mxmtoon – “Queen”

“She’s my home away from home” – that’s how simple a “queen” can be described when Aussie pop singer G Flip and American singer and songwriter mxmtoon have the word. They’ve teamed up for the smooth and funk-infused “Queen” in which they celebrate the strong women around them. “My idea of a queen is not necessarily linked to gender; queens come in all forms and walks of life. To me a queen embodies power and strength; they embrace all they are fiercely yet gracefully,” G Flip says in a statement.

Also Added

We’ve got a few more treats for you. Also added to the playlist are:

Ariana Grande – “34+35 (Remix) [feat. Doja Cat & Megan Thee Stallion]
Bbybites – “bby”
Lou and the Yakuza – “Amigo” (feat. Joey Bada$$)
Zoe Wees – “Girls Like Us”
dodie – “Hate Myself”
Kara Marni – “Trippin”
Fickle Friends – “IRL”
Wolf – “Villain”
Saweetie – “Best Friend” (feat. Doja Cat)
Ju Kaia – “Chit Chat”
London Grammar – “Lose Your Head”
Jazmine Sullivan – “Girl Like Me” (feat. H.E.R)
AGGi DiX – “Get Up”
Jades Goudreault – “nuh uh”
Odette – “Amends”


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