Let’s start this #10TRACKS rubric with an artist we often find in the urban playlist. She wants to enter the charts with the Disco-Funk track “Lottery.” She is the American Latto in collaboration with the Congolese/Canadian Lusamba Vanessa Kalala, aka LU KALA.
After the global hit with David Guetta, “I’m Good (Blue),” the third album by Bebe Rexha, “Bebe,” will be released on the 28th of April. The sound of the new single “Heart Wants What It Wants” is softer than the previous track.
“Catch You When You Fall” is the new song of the Scottish Nathan Evans. The Tiktoker reached success with “Wellerman” in 2021. He aims to repeat his results with a Synth-Pop radio-friendly sound.
About radio-friendly tracks, also Sophie and the Giants burst into our playlist with “DNA.” The song is produced with the English compatriot Chris Mears, aka MEARSY. He previously worked with MEDUZA in “Bad Memories.”
In these first three months of 2023, Karen Harding has sung for Majestic in “Sweat” and Oliver Heldens in “Oops.” Her soloist career continues with the House-Pop song “Back To You.”
The German DJ ATB has celebrated his fifty years with “Highs And Lows,” with the singer AU/RA and the production duo York.
The KUU project, composed of Alex Metric and Riton, is still active. They published “Lose Control,” sung by Shungudzo, who previously collaborated with them in “How Could I Ever.”
The 22-year-old Colombian Manuel Turizo is a Latin artist. However, his discography can boast the Alt-Pop song “Triste.” It seems inspired by some Fred Again.. productions.
The Londoner genius is the one who ends up on the #10TRACKS rubric with “Mike.” The track is an homage to Mike Skinner of The Streets. “Mike” is a collaboration also with the Irish singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy.