Saadin Dassum – ‘Tomorrow’
As an artist that is always looking to find the brighter and uplifting side of life, emerging singer and songwriter Saadin Dassum returns once again to deliver his upbeat new gem ‘Tomorrow’. Opting for a sweet and supple piano-led direction that dabbles in electric guitar hooks throughout, his newest delight is sure to slap a massive smile on your face.
bby ivy – ‘Losing Sleep’
Following a flurry of fresh and vibrant releases these last few years, which have since clocked up millions of streams online, Norwegian artist bby ivy is back with her soaring new single ‘Losing Sleep’. Channelling a rich and passionate pop direction from start to finish, her new offering makes for a bold and powerful listen throughout.
Sam Harding – ‘Cry’
Having already been compared to the likes of Harry Styles, Joji and The Weeknd with his dynamic sound to date, fast-rising singer and songwriter Sam Harding continues his impressive ascent with the pulsing new effort ‘Cry’. Bringing back more of that broad and inventive direction he is known for, this new stunner showcases him as a bright and shimmering name emerging right now.
Ashlee Keyton – ‘I Won’t Ever Call You’
After cementing himself earlier this year with his highly-praised cut ‘Please Believe Me’, emerging Atlanta artist Ashlee Kayton is back on the grind once again to unveil his heartfelt new release ‘I Won’t Ever Call You’. Offering up a warm and enticing R&B-inspired direction throughout, he is showing some soul on this emotionally-charged new gem.
KOKA – ‘Deliverance’
Having been heavily inspired by the likes of Kate Bush and Imogen Heap over the years, Germany-based Albanian artist KOKA has now returned to her distinctive direction with the powerful new release ‘Deliverance’. Arriving prior to her long-awaited debut album later this year, her newest delight makes for a brilliantly raw and riveting listen from start to finish.