REUP: The Recent Releases You Need To Pay Attention To

We're still diving into the deepest darkest corners of the musical ocean to bring you our Crème De La Crème of new releases - but we're just widening the scope a little. Here's 7 new tracks you should tap into from Doechii to Ojerime.
by Oct 14, 2022

5 For Friday is Having A Little Re-Brand. We still want to keep you up to date with everything new that you need to add to your playlist – but keeping it down to just 5 tracks / projects a week was just too hard when there’s so much good music out there. So we’re giving you even more. We’re still diving into the deepest darkest corners of the musical ocean to bring you our Crème De La Crème of new releases – but we’re just widening the scope a little because as they say there’s plenty of fish in the sea 🙂 So here are picks for what you should be listening to this week

Zino Vinci – CEO of the friendship group

Newham native and #GUAP30 cover star Zino Vinci has just delivered his viral heater “CEO of the Friendship Group” following his neo grime banger “Namaste”. With his latest single we see the rapper navigate his friendships and a romantic interest.

glasshousetenant – nightcrawlin

Only the third offering from glasshousetenant – ‘nightcrawlin’ pairs haunting guitar riffs, airy vocals and consuming percussion to create a powerful indie-punk track detailing the freedoms of exploring the world in the dark.

LOLA – Flicker

Flicker is the title track from London based electro-pop artist LOLA’s most recent EP. Detailing the conflicts of an on and off lover , LOLA’s ethereal vocals subliminally float alongside the ambient, Ragz Original co-produced production.

Doechii – Stressed

Tampa native Doechii’s flow and cadence is unmatched and her latest single ‘Stressed’ is another testament to her unwavering authenticity. Tackling subjects of regret, trauma and stress the recent COLOR’s performer glides over the three minutes of transcendental hip hop perfection.

Jordan Adetunji – Insecure (Love Yourself)

Recent RCA signee and indie-rock star Jordan Adetunji vulnerably depicts the internal conflict of dealing with insecurity in this airy, guitar stricken track. The genre blending Belfast native is definitely someone to look out for.

kwese e, BXKS, mulade, Kamil Ademola – first

The latest from Canterbury native Kwes e, ‘first’ sees him join forces with boundary pushing rapper Bxks and producers Mulade and Kamil Ademola for a bouncy , intoxicating lofi house track.

Ojerime – Bad Influence

Everyone say thank you Ojerime! The UK R&B princess returns with 9 tracks filled with effortless nostalgia. Transcendental production, vulnerable lyricism and features from Mura Masa, Iman Europe and Jesse James Solomon – ‘Bad Influence’ is an essential EP to tap into.