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Alessia Labate – ‘You’re My Next Ex’

Having racked up a huge amount of support from the likes of BBC Introducing, Billboard, and LA Weekly for her previous releases, Italian artist Alessia Labate is back once again to deliver her next pumping pop delight ‘You’re My Next Ex’. Lifted from her forthcoming debut EP and teaming up with producer Harrison First for the release, she showcases exactly why so many have been lauding her work of late.

Rush Midnight – ‘Last Call’

After finding praise from the likes of Earmilk, Pitchfork, and The Guardian for their most recent efforts, LA-based outfit Rush Midnight are back once again with that invigorating sound they are known for on ‘Last Call’. Channelling more of that smooth and shimmering alt-pop direction they are known for, this new belter will have you pumping your fists from start to finish.

Howard Kaye – ‘Last Generation’

After originally establishing himself as the lead singer for UK group CROOX in recent years, singer and songwriter Howard Kaye is now continuing his solo guise with the refreshing new single ‘Last Generation’. Blending a distinctive mix of breezy pop-rock tropes and thunderous production, his newest offering is bold and shimmering return to form.

CKENT – ‘Domestic Tour’

Having recently released his highly-praised new EP ‘Blapman’ in recent weeks, emerging rapper CKENT is now looking to show off his newest collection with the pulsing new jam ‘Domestic Tour’. Bringing back more of that bold and driven flow he is known for, his latest gem perfectly illustrates why so many are flocking to him of late.

Princess Superstar – ‘Gettin’ Old (Pussy Still Pop)’

Returning twenty years since the release of her seminal breakthrough single ‘Bad Babysitter’, American hip-hop sensation Princess Superstar is back on the grind with her latest anthem ‘Gettin’ Old (Pussy Still Pop)’. With its ferocious pace and the artist’s own enigmatic persona layered throughout, be prepared to be hearing a lot more from her in the months to come.