Chris Buxton’s latest single “Caught Up” is a sun-kissed Indie Trap Pop hit which serves up a serious amount of sticky-sweet soul.
You’d be hard-pressed to find another Summer Pop hit with vibes which can take you higher than the ones which you’ll soak up in Caught Up. The infusion of Indie nuances allows Caught Up to be connectable and sincere, while the elements of Hip Hop add fire to the Pop-style production.
The short and sweet hit which Chris Buxton created in collaboration with Rap artist Trev is beyond radio-ready. It’s perennial Pop earworm material. Much like the South Carolina-based Alternative artist’s former releases.
It comes as no surprise that Chris Buxton has been able to amass over 3 million streams since making their debut in 2016 with the single “Remember”. His ability to craft rhythmically and emotionally arrestive tracks is unparalleled. Get him on your radar.
You can check out Chris Buxton’s single Caught Up for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.
While some artists have felt hindered by the lockdown, up and coming Pop artist IIsaiah Bennett has perceptibly been inspired and put his talent to good use.
After making their debut with “Corona” and following it up with the incredible sophomore release “Right Here”, they’ve dropped yet another blissfully sweet single “Ride with Me”. The resonance within the track allows it to unfold like an aural cuddle. That’s as close to a cuddle as some people are going to get these days.
With rhythmically magnetic nuances of Hip Hop in the Pop mix, Ride with Me will add plenty of high vibe groove to your playlists. The melodic beats may be soft, but there’s little chance you’ll forget the deftly orchestrated hit which you’ll be all too happy to give repeat attention.
You can get IIsaiah Bennett’s single in your own ears by heading over to Spotify now.
NYC artist, singer, songwriter and producer Jessonio has recently dropped their vibing Funk-driven feat of RnB Pop “Step Ya Game Up” and invoked plenty of 00s nostalgia.
You’ll be thrown right back to the time when Usher dominated the airwaves while appreciating Jessonio’s charismatic flair as soon as you hit play on the seamlessly progressive mix. Whether Jessonio is laying down Rap verses or effortlessly hitting harmonic highs, his vocal magnetism never falters.
If you’re on the lookout for fresh new feel-good hits for your Urban Pop playlists, you definitely won’t be disappointed with the smooth grooves in this immersively sweet earworm.
With a new album in the pipeline, you’ll definitely want Jessonio on your radar.
You can check out Step Ya Game Up for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud.
Even a lockdown couldn’t get in the way of up and coming Pop artist Nickita’s creative ingenuity. On April 7th the official homemade video to her single “You’re All I Want” premiered, even my slightly cold and damp soul feels a little warmer for seeing it.
Forget fast cars, sandy beaches and other snapshots of hedonistic glamour, seeing people step up to the plate to entertain the masses achieved more than a professional production ever could. The beaming faces of resilience were the perfect visual pairing to the smoothly romantic sun-soaked Pop hit.
There are hints of 90s Pop nostalgia weaved into the mix, but commercial appeal drips from the euphorically enamouring soundscape where Nickita’s soulful talent is undeniable.
You can check out the official video to You’re All I Want for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.
You can practically taste the amorous romanticism contained in up and coming RnB Pop artist Summers Ovver’s latest single “Song for You” featuring Litty Lee and Bronson.
Stylistically, it may be leagues apart from old school RnB, but in terms of emotion, Summers Ovver has taken his sound right back to the roots of the genre.
Their energetically experimental approach to Song for You hooks you in straight from the glitchy and wavy prelude before the smooth grinding rhythms come into fruition to pull you along with the arrestive grooves.
Finding new RnB artists to get excited about is no easy feat. But Summers Ovver has the style, soul, and signature sound to make a lasting impression on the airwaves. Get them on your radar.
You can check out the sweet summer jam for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.
There may be plenty of Pop songs on the airwaves, but there are very few which resonantly reveal how the process of falling for someone makes you feel like you’ve gone absolutely insane. Carolina Martins’ debut single ‘Insane’ gives you a full candid account.
No one really likes to admit they’re susceptible to instant attractions which causes every waking thought to centre around another human being. With the unfaltering confidence contained in Insane, Carolina Martins makes it sound as though she’s tackling the easiest and most commonplace subject in the world.
The danceable, euphoric, and modern soundscape is perfectly suited to her bold vocal and lyrical approach. She’s undoubtedly one to watch in 2020 and beyond. Get her on your radars.
You’ll have to wait a little longer before you can check out Carolina Martins’ debut single. Give her a follow on Instagram.
Up and coming artist BLOK’s debut single One Mile is the perfect multipurpose hit. Whatever mood it catches you in, the seamlessly transcendent track is sure to make it sweeter.
Many producers may struggle to find the right balance between when it comes to infusing a feel-good vibe. But that’s exactly where BLOK organically succeeded. The undemanding track allows you to sink into the gentle mellifluous progressions as they naturally and efficaciously resonate alongside the high-energy magnetic vocals. Nuances of euphoria drip from the tonally-warm electronic melodies in this sun-kissed feat of Future Pop which you’ll undoubtedly want on your playlists after hearing it.
Debuts don’t come much more promising than this. BLOK is definitely one to watch. Or better yet, you can go and have a listen to One Mile via Spotify.
Ready for summer? You may just find that you are upon hearing Alt EDM Pop artist Beth De Bacci’s transcendentally downtempo single “Loved Like This”.
Loved Like This comes with that timelessly-immersive reflective Oceanic feel as the uncomplicated yet atmospheric single unravels through succinct yet efficacious builds in momentum and good-vibe energy.
Beth De Bacci’s vocals are undemanding as they synergistically follow the melodies. Yet, the natural magnetism in the singer songwriter’s vocal range will ensure that you’re hooked right up until the outro. The wit and ingenuity in the all too relatable lyrics is the cherry on the cake in this cathartically colourful track.
You can check out Loved Like This for yourselves by heading over to YouTube where you’ll find the official lyric video.
Cars on Mars’ latest single “Summer” kicks off with quite possibly the most distinctive Indie Rock bassline you’ve ever heard.
The fuzzily striking licks introduce a soundscape which finds the perfect balance between the dark tones of Post Punk and the jangly quintessence of Indie Jangle Pop.
Any fans of the Wombats, The Kooks, Two Door Cinema Club, and the Vaccines are sure to appreciate Cars on Mars’ summer hit dropped in January.
After hearing the effervescently sun-kissed mix, I’m now under the firm impression that there is no better time to be listening to tracks which capture the warm nostalgia of summer’s past and instil you with anticipation for the ones to come.
In short, Summer is a vibrant hit and you’ll be doing yourselves a favour if you add it to your playlists.
You can check out the official video to Summer for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.
There may have been plenty of ‘summer fling anthems’ released his year, but when they resonate with authenticity along with the romanticism, it’s hard not to get drawn into the confessional lyrics and raw, honest human emotion which has been fed into the soundscape.
Which is exactly what you can expect from up and coming R&B Soul Pop artist Inez Leon and her upcoming single “Summer”. Summer may be a time when there’s plenty of expectation to live life to the fullest, yet, for many people, the season brings seasonal emotional havoc which Inez Leon has poignantly expressed in Summer. There’s a fair enough serving of melancholy in Summer, but the track simultaneously offers uplifting energy amplifying the inspiration behind the track which came from wanting to allude to relatable internal conflict.