JAI, Banners, YUNGBLUD, and more in this week's Tracks Of The Week edition

After his great performance at the 72andsunny Amsterdam office we had to feature JAI on this week’s edition of the Tracks Of The Week. And he's in good company with Jessie Reyez (on repeat!), Grace Carter, Troye Sivan, and more.

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Follow Me - JAI
Inspired by Michael Jackson and The Weeknd, among others, rising star JAI released his debut single ‘Follow Me’. The track has a groovy beatfunky organ riffs, and a very contagious chorus. Get the summer vibes going!

Let Go - BANNERS
UK based singer BANNERS released 'Let Go'. A relaxing pop song, with a downtempo beatcatchy synth riffs in the chorus, combined with his calming voice. 'Let’ Go' is one of BANNERS' tracks from his latest EP Empires On Fire.

Saving Grace - Grace Carter
After Silhouette, British singer Grace Carter unveils her new emotionally charged single, 'Saving Grace', a more upbeat song. The track showcases Grace’s emotional dexterity and beautiful vocal performance. Her stunning voice really stands out, supported by the bass drum and background vocalists. 'Saving Grace' is on her forthcoming EP, which will be released this spring.

Body Count - Jessie Reyez
Having collaborated with Dua Lipa and Calvin HarrisJessie Reyez dropped ‘Body Count’, an anthem about making no distinction between the love for man and women. With just her raw voiceacoustic guitar play, and funky drum play, this song nevertheless sounds really powerful with her on point lyrics.

Bloom - Troye Sivan
With 'Bloom' you’ll get that early 90s synth pop feeling with stripes of electric guitar play, and relaxing synths in the background. 'Bloom' is his latest single after his hit My My My!, and part of his upcoming album, which is due later this year.

21st Century Liability - YUNGBLUD
YUNGBLUD brings out an explosion of energy with his latest track ’21st Century Liability’. His provoking lyrics, combined with the electric guitar hooks and break-beats, will still be in your head like an earworm.