February 3: Weekly Round-Up

Another week, another round-up.

Here are four new tracks to add to your playlist. These are all from lesser known artists and varying genres. Happy listening!

Be sure to check out the full MusicGrapes playlist on Spotify and feel free to leave any music suggestions in the comments!

I’m Comin’ Up | Brotheredd

Genre: Rap
Release Date: November 16, 2018

Brotharedd is a talented rapper from Florida that should have more Spotify listeners. He has a great voice for rapping and a natural flow.

“I’m Comin’ Up” is just one of many singles that caught my attention. From the production to the lyrics, Brotharedd has me pressing repeat on just about every song he has released.

The Calm After The Storm| David Oakes

Genre: Alternative/Indie
Release Date:
October 20, 2014

David Oakes has been making music for years. From being a dummer in a band to producing his own songs, David has created music from so many different genres.

“The Calm After The Storm” is an alternative instrumental track off his 2014 album, The Calm and The Storm. It’s a super well produced song that starts off the album in an intentional, meaningful way.

Blast Off | Kelsy Karter

Genre: Pop/Rock
Release Date:
November 19, 2019

Kelsy Karter is a pop/rock artist from New Zealand, possibly recognized for her temporary Harry Styles tattoo that was talked about in many online news articles last year.

“Blast Off” is her latest single, released back in November 2019. The song has a vintage-pop/rock sound and I could definitely see it playing in an upbeat commercial for a travel site. …Oddly specific, but you’ll have to listen to the track to know what I mean.

Bodyright | Babylamb

Genre: Pop
Release Date:
December 13, 2019

Babylamb is an experimental pop trio, formerly known as FLOWRS. The group plays party-style shows across Ireland, and if their gigs are anything like their single artwork, they are definitely worth checking out!

“Bodyright” is Babylamb’s first single, released in December of 2019. It’s bright, fun, and has a very catchy beat.

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