New Music Round-Up: Troye Sivan, Mabel, Eminem, Craig David & More!
Plus stunning new music from MNEK, Black Eyed Peas, Yungen, Chase & Status & more...
Troye Sivan – Bloom
It probably won’t surprise you if we say we’re MASSIVE Troye stans here at MTV. We’ve been following the journey of his new album all along the way from its announcement, and even dissected it track by track when we got a listen prior to its release. So without further ado, you can listen to Bloom in full above
Why Don’t We – 8 Letters
The new boyband heartthrobs in town Why Don’t We have been picking up speed for a while and with this, their new debut album, they're certainly taking off.
Eminem – Kamikaze
Eminem is back with a vengeance. On this new surprise album dropped today he takes aim at Donald Trump, music press and the new generation of young rappers. Exec produced by Dr. Dre - listen to the brand new album right now.
No Rome – RIP Indo Hisashi
No Rome's debut EP just goes to show how his pop trajectory is going to fare. Having received praise from Troye Sivan and the project featuring The 1975 - the lush, colourful pop on this album is clearly just the beginning for the London-based Filipino artist.
D Double E - Jackuum!
Featuring Wiley, Skepta, AJ Tracey, and Littlez - D Double E's long awaited new album is assuredly huge. Need not say any more.
Mabel – ‘One Shot’
Mabel is giving you just one shot on this brand-new bop, keeping you dancing for every last minute of summer.
MNEK – ‘Correct’
MNEK continues to prove pop can be complex and challenging in the best of ways. ‘Correct’ is layered, has several beat change-ups and breakdowns and his vocals range from main vocal melodies, to backing choral support all the way to altered super-low pitch rapped moments. “Who wrote this song? Who made this beat? Well, take a guess.”
Neneh Cherry – ‘Shot gun Shack’
The second single from her upcoming album Broken Politics, produced by the legendary Four Tet himself. Neneh's provocative lyrics flow beautifully over Four Tet's stripped back ethereal production.
Yungen - ‘Intimate’ (Ft. Craig David)
Craig David works his magic while Yungen delivers stellar verses and prove to be an amazing combo on this brand-new, nod-worthy bop.
Chase & Status – 'Heater' (Ft. General Levy)
Okay so summer is coming to a close, and what better winter warmer than a jungle/drum & bass number from the legends that are Chase & Status. General Levy’s vocals give this track so much life and bounce, you’ll definitely warm up to this one quickly.
Twenty One Pilots – ‘My Blood’
In the run up to their October 5th new album Trench, Twenty One Pilots treat fans with more of a taste of what's to come!
Black Eyed Peas – 'Constant Part 1 & 2 (Ft. Slick Rick)'
"Ya don't stop", an interpolation of A Tribe Called Quests 'Jazz (We've Got)' introduces the influence of Pt.1 of this new track. Smooth, rolling flows over beats, it could fit into ATCQ back catalogue sublimely - but Black Eyed Peas don't stop there - it takes this electronic dance turn in Pt.2 that adds some real groove. The return of the Black Eyed Peas, even without Fergie, is a real treat.
Gallant – 'Haha No One Can Hear You!'
Close your eyes and vibe to this new laid-back spacey track Gallant has delivered. Another unexpected Friday treat.
Alesso – ‘REMEDY’
Soulful dance-pop? A slow-bop? Unsure what to call it, but Alesso's new track 'REMEDY' brings out some vibes that'll have you dancing... emotionally.
Muse – ‘The Dark Side’
Muse continue their triumphant return with this brand new track 'The Dark Side'. The fourth of their recent releases, it somehow sounds simultaneously from the 80s and also the future.
AJ Tracey- ‘LO(V/S)ER’
Lover or Loser? Either way his bars on this new track are relentless fire - his rides the beat powerfully yet effortlessly.
The Struts & Kesha – ‘Body Talks’
The Struts have revamped their track 'Body Talks' with Kesha - and what a combo they've turned out to be.
Loud Luxury & anders – ‘Love No More’
This has huge party anthem potential if we’ve ever seen it. brb en route Ibiza.
That's all for this week!