Track No. 1: Fabrics — Felly
I grew up around the corner from Felly and, thus, his tracks have always been in my ear. This one is a personal favorite. A simple piano and percussion beat compliments his kind, confident flow to join forces and soothe the soul. #203 stand up!
Track No. 2: The Captain Is Drunk — Jack Johnson
The king of good vibrations is back with his second single of 2020 and it’s sure to make you want to kick up your feet and whistle along.
Track No. 3: Firewater — Colten Jesse
What if I told you that Colten Jesse is not a musician by trade. It might be slightly noticeable with his raw vocals, but for someone who does it for fun, the tone of voice is pretty stellar. The 23-year-old Oklahoma native is a PBR bull rider by day and has recently begun to test the waters with his music.
If someone who knows what they are doing can get ahold of him, the marketability is there and the voice backs it up. There isn’t too much to this track, but that’s how it is supposed to be.
Track No. 4: Chosen — Blxst, Tyga, Ty Dolla $ign
Los Angeles’ newest up-and-comer graced this list last week and find his way on here again today. He joins forces with two big names for this one.
Track No. 5: Fleet Week — Bennett Coast
Track No. 6: Feed The Fire — S.G. Lewis, Lucky Daye
Soft vocals, groovy electronic beat and some sound effects. It’ll take you to the moon if you let it.
Track No. 7: Stay Next To Me — Quinn XCII, Chelsea Cutler
Every time that these two come together, it always results in a bop. As per usual, you’re going to want to get up and dance. Chelsea Cutler is another Nutmegger, so Fairfield County is being well-represented this week. Things we love to see.
Track No. 8: Devil That I Know — Jacob Banks
If this voice is familiar to you, don’t be surprised. The Nigerian-born English singer is featured on a lot of movie scores and has a killer voice.
Track No. 9: TE MUDASTE — Bad Bunny
It took me a couple of weeks to decipher my favorite track off of Bunny’s new album, but it’s far and away TE MUDASTE.
Track No. 10: Long Run — Deacon, Nina Nesbitt
Truthfully, there isn’t much to this one. It’s a basic EDM track that doesn’t have much depth to it, but you will find yourself jamming out even if you don’t want to. Deacon, the producer on the track is actually Reese Witherspoon’s son.
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