How is it already the remaining weekend of February? Well, the shorter month doesn`t imply slimmer pickings due to the fact we’ve fundamental new unmarried releases this week, with Halsey returning to her Top forty roots with “Die four Me” whilst Jonas Brothers comply with Bebe Rexha`s vibe from remaining week with the very Seventies-inspired “Wings.”
Of course, past those streaming mainstays, the week is warm complete of collabs we didn`t understand we needed! The Weeknd teased in advance withinside the week that he and Ariana Grande had been coming collectively again – this time it`s for a remix of his Starboy LP technology destroy “Die For You” which have become a viral track remaining 12 months and well, I wager they each simply need a primary hit this 12 months, which this launch will possibly provide them. Shakira is likewise busier than ever, now collabing with KAROL G on “TQG” – some other destroy a great deal? Then we’ve Chloe teaming up with Chris Brown for 2023`s model of “No Air” withinside the shape of “How Does It Feel.”
While none of those tracks possibly want any extra interest right here at HITS OF TOMORROW, we`re supplying you with our selections for the high-quality of different releases that could sneak below our radar however are all capability should-be hits! So with out similarly ado, right here goes. See you in March!
“In The Morning” – Imanbek, Trevor Daniel
Grammy-prevailing manufacturer Imanbek returns to glory with “In The Morning” proposing Trevor Daniel. The collaborated earlier than in 2020 (with Don Diablo) on “Kill Me Better” however that is absolutely the higher music. The unmarried absolutely feels ideal for the approaching spring/summer time season months and Daniel hasn`t sounded this unstressed and dare I say stupid in pretty a few time. The music is possibly to get parents at gala’s going as a great deal because it gets Top forty excited. Here`s hoping we get to pay attention this every morning withinside the coming weeks at the radio!
“BRUISES” – Reneé Rapp
From starring in Mean Girls on Broadway to TV`s hit Sex Lives Of College Girls to now a Top forty hit with “Too Well,” Reneé Rapp has come an extended manner in a enormously quick time frame. While that unmarried continues to be mountain climbing the worldwide charts, she`s launched a deluxe version of her Everything To Everyone album proposing the I-hope-is-next-unmarried “Bruises.” The singer exudes persona and coronary heart that appears to be sorely missing on Top forty proper now and the unmarried offers the target target market a true hazard to experience a slice of authenticity now no longer tied at the back of a large call or synthetic writer however a true expertise who’s turning into extra and much more likely the subsequent large multi-hyphenated threat!
“Steal The Show” – SHAUN, Jeff Staur
I love seeing fellow Asians coming together and here we have Korean singer-songwriter and producer SHAUN joining forces with Thai actor and singer-songwriter Jeff Satur for “Steal The Show.” The song works to both artists` strengths – it`s a straightforward pop/rock grower that transcends any ethnic profile as it works brilliantly on radio, any streaming playlist and well, both talents truly deserve a global hit with this one!
“22” – JayO
Speaking of coming together, it feels like there are all kinds of musical marriages happening of late that finally allow music to break barriers in sonic ways we never thought would be as easily accepted on mainstream radio and Top 40. Of course the way there is often through content creation, but that`s another story. Rising R&B star JayO is the perfect example of this. “22” infuses his Brit soul roots with the Afrobeat rhythms of his Nigerian background. It works beautifully to create a most organic blend of styles that feels all him but also very current!
“Higher Than This” – Vallis Alps
We`ve been waiting quite a while for this but Vallis Alps continue to build the hype for their debut feature-length LP Cleave with “Higher Than This,” their strongest track yet. The electronic duo has matured since 2017’s EP Fable, not just sonically, but in the maturity and content of their strong lyrics. Amazing to hear that 2023 will be the year of her true global breakthrough – this song is a big step towards making that happen!
“THE WORLD IS YOURS” – Willie P
“SWEET LIME” – Muroki
“I want to live” – Claire
“Everything That Ruins Them” – Meg Smith
“ALL MY FRIENDS” – Molly Hammer
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