Top Music Picks: Songs to Add to Your Playlist

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Is Your Playlist Craving Some Freshness? Check Out These Recommendations


Stormzy – The Weekend (feat. RAYE)

This R&B-infused track brings together two South London stars, Stormzy and RAYE, who previously collaborated on “Ambition” in their early careers.

Now bonafide stars, their smooth 90s vibe will keep you bopping throughout.


Beabadoobee – the way things go

Fresh from her headline show at Somerset House and supporting Taylor Swift, Beabadoobee’s latest release showcases mellow acoustic guitar chords and heartfelt vocals.

The Gaslight Anthem – History Books (feat. Bruce Springsteen)

After a ten-year hiatus, The Gaslight Anthem returns with a heartwarming track featuring the legendary Bruce Springsteen.

The song emphasizes letting go of the past and moving forward.


Noah Kahan – Dial Drunk (feat. Post Malone)

Noah Kahan surprises with a collaboration with Post Malone, adding a new dimension to his folk-pop sound and broadening its appeal.

Troye Sivan – Rush

Aussie pop star Troye Sivan impresses with “Rush,” a house-inflected anthem that promises a lot for his upcoming album.

The Streets – Troubled Waters


The first single from their seventh studio album, The Streets’ “Troubled Waters” offers signature spoken-word lyricism combined with a high-tempo drum and bass beat.

Coach Party – What’s The Point In Life

Oxford-based band Coach Party delivers an upbeat pop-rock anthem, encouraging us to embrace life to the fullest.

Fredo – Scoreboard (feat. Tiggs The Author)

Fredo’s latest release showcases his success against all odds, and he delivers his message over a mellow trap beat.


Taylor Swift – Mine (Taylor’s Version)

Taylor Swift’s re-recorded version of “Mine” from her album “Speak Now” shows her growth as an artist with richer vocals and renewed passion.

Hayden James & Bob Moses – Do You Want Me

The dreamy dance record by Hayden James and Bob Moses is the perfect summer track with warm synths and an all-around euphoric vibe.

Lauran Hibberd – Honda Civic


Lauran Hibberd revives the sounds of noughties pop-punk with catchy guitars and cheeky lyrics in “Honda Civic.”

Meernaa – As Many Birds Flying

LA-based singer-songwriter Meernaa presents a love song with psychedelic folk-rock elements and country melodies.

Olivia Rodrigo – Vampire

Olivia Rodrigo makes a triumphant return with “Vampire,” a powerful pop-rock ballad addressing a leeching ex-lover.


Natalie Rushdie – Tell Me It’s Not True

Natalie Rushdie pays tribute to the late Dame Deborah James with a touching charity single, reflecting on the impact of her friend’s life.

Zakhar – Overready

At just 18 years old, Zakhar shows his prowess in the melodic rap scene with “Overready,” a heartfelt track about finding oneself.

Blur – St. Charles Square


Blur returns with their second single from the upcoming album, “The Ballad of Darren,” a Brit-pop gem with Albarn’s signature charm.

Jamie T – Hippodrome

Jamie T’s latest single is packed with wit and grit, narrating a night out at London’s famous Hippodrome.

Demi Riquísimo – Talk To Frank

Demi Riquísimo’s dance track gains momentum with a hypnotic vocal loop and an enchanting acid house break.


Skepta and Jammer – Touching My Body (feat. Etta Bond)

Skepta and Jammer explore dance music with an electronic venture and soulful vocals from Etta Bond.

M24 – Neighbourhood Hero

M24 slows things down with a raw and honest track, showcasing poetic wordplay over a West Coast-style beat.

Peggy Gou – (It Goes Like) NANANA


Peggy Gou impresses with her first release in two years, a nineties-inspired dance anthem with shades of classic 9 PM (Till I Come).

Venbee x Rudimental – Die Young

Venbee and Rudimental team up for an electrifying drum and bass track that transitions from sadness to happiness.

Róisín Murphy– Fader

Róisín Murphy’s tech-house track, produced by DJ Koze, showcases her soulful vocals and uplifting lyricism.


Tara Lily – Double Time

Tara Lily explores a darker sound with a jump-up jungle-style track, exhibiting mystique and emotion.

Neon Waltz – A Million People

Neon Waltz presents an infectious indie earworm with psychedelic rock melodies, reflecting on the mixed feelings of lockdown life.

Bombay Bicycle Club – My Big Day


Blending left-field pop with blues rhythms, Bombay Bicycle Club’s track is a unique and refreshing addition to their discography.

CamelPhat – Hope (feat Max Milner)

Liverpool duo CamelPhat delivers an exhilarating summer anthem with uplifting house basslines and feel-good vibes.

J Hus – Who Told You (feat. Drake)

J Hus and Drake team up for a funky track with afro bass and tropical rhythms, guaranteeing a fun time on the dance floor.


Sam Smith & Madonna – VULGAR

Sam Smith and Madonna collaborate on a thumping electronic track, blending sassy bars and messages of empowerment.

Ezra Williams – Skin

Ezra Williams pours emotion into this indie-folk track with looped guitar chords and minimal production.

PJ Harvey – I Inside the Old I Dying


PJ Harvey’s soft-natured folk anthem expresses melancholy and yearning for a savior.

Romy – Loveher

Romy’s dance banger showcases thudding baselines, hypnotic vocals, and a feel-good experience for listeners.

Latto – Put It On Da Floor (feat. Cardi B)

Latto and Cardi B collaborate on a hard-hitting trap remix, with clever one-liners and a heavy bass beat.


Dave & Central Cee – Sprinter

Dave and Central Cee’s collaboration marks a significant moment for the UK rap scene, with Latin-infused drill and punchy lines.

Barry Can’t Swim – Woman

Barry Can’t Swim’s disco-influenced anthem is perfect for your summer chillout playlists.

Connie Talbot – Easier Pretending You’re Dead


Connie Talbot’s dark yet tongue-in-cheek track sends off an ex-lover in Billie Eilish-like fashion.

Krillz – Boujee

North London rapper Krillz delivers a punchy drill anthem with catchy one-liners that will stay with you.

Sam Fischer – Alright (feat. Meghan Trainor)

Sam Fischer steps onto the dance floor with a radio-friendly pop banger featuring Meghan Trainor.


Dua Lipa – Dance The Night

Dua Lipa continues her disco era with a contribution to the Barbie soundtrack, bringing sassy dance floor sounds.

Olivia Dean – Carmen

Olivia Dean’s soulful jazz influences shine in this heartfelt track dedicated to her grandma and the Windrush generation.

Guvna B – U Get Me (feat. Ghetts)


Guvna B and Ghetts revive the original sounds of grime with punchy bars and a baseline-heavy earworm.


Aminé and KAYTRANDA’s collaboration showcases soothing vocals and an intoxicating guitar riff over laid-back production.

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