Sunni Colón - Baby I Don't Mind

I’ve currently been obsessed with this addicting track, “Baby I Don’t Mind” by LA-based singer-songwriter/producer Sunni (Colón). The blend of funky bass, subtle synth chords, and Sunni’s soothing voice coalesce into a perfectly produced masterpiece.

Sunni has quite the impressive background, taking the leap into pursuing music professionally following a career as a project manager for a design company. This led him to his 2016 release of his Thierry Disko EP, as well as founding his creative agency, TETSU. He’s also worked with some heavy-hitters, like on his track “Little Things”, which was co-produced with Kaytranada.

Be sure to follow Sunni (Colón) as he rises to the top.

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NoMBe - Wait

NoMBe brings us a soulful track that showcases his amazing vocal and guitar work. This one is jam-packed with catchy vocal hooks and lead guitar lines. "Wait" is off his debut album,  "They Might've Even Loved Me", which is filled with 18 great heartfelt tracks like this one. 

"At the age of 19 years old Noah McBeth, otherwise known as NoMBe, went with his class on a trip from Germany to Las Vegas. Unlike his classmates, NoMBe never got on the return flight back to Germany. Instead, he stayed behind in the US to pursue his dream of making a career for himself in music. This year, NoMBe makes a tribute to all of the women through his art that might’ve even loved him…

Reminiscent of a diary, NoMBe’s forthcoming debut album, They Might’ve Even Loved Me, is a brutally honest account of romance, sex and heartbreak. The album was inspired by an array of women who’ve helped shape his life: from his godmother Chaka Khan, to high school crushes, girlfriends and summer flings."

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Lion Babe - Treat Me Like Fire (HMLT Bootleg)

Here’s a catchy bootleg of Lion Babe’s “Treat Me Like Fire” by brother duo, HMLT. A refreshing and danceable take on the song while still retaining the original's best elements. 

Lucky for us, this track is available for free. Download it here.

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Gramatik & Eric Krasno - Recovery

What do you get if you combine Soul and Future Bass together? You get 'Recovery,' a sonically stunning track crafted by two unparalleled talent, Gramatik and Eric Krasno. The New York based artists joined forces to mesh two opposing genres into a one, terrifically danceable piece. I mean, how can you not make that stank face when you hear that nasty, ungodly, peerless guitar lead? Savor the track below.

This track is available as a free download here.

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