New music from Ariana Grande & Victoria Monét, Jonas Brothers, GIRLI, Ramzoid, Tyler Ramsey and Joep Beving.

Your weekly dose of new music is here! Containing celebratory trap songs, anthemic comebacks and intimate songs. Check out the updated ‘Tracks Of The Week’ playlist!

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MONOPOLY - ARIANA GRANDE, VICTORIA MONÉT

Grammy award-winning singer Ariana Grande is back with new music! And this time collaborating with her long-time friend, Victoria Monét. Monopoly is a classic trap-pop song guided by a laid back hip-hop beat. The song was premiered to kick off Ariana’s 'Sweetener World Tour'. 



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BALL & CHAIN - RAMZOID


Ramzoid is one of the beatmaking scene’s most exciting upcoming talents and has already collaborated with the likes of Mura Masa and Gramatik, Ramzoid has developed a sound that ranges from explosive drops to mellow pop ballads. For ‘Ball & Chain’, Ramzoid combined intimate vocals with an abundance of obscure percussion and drum patterns - which will leave you in awe at the production prowess put on display here.

COOL - JONAS BROTHERS


The Jonas Brothers were split up for almost 6 years, but their new song ‘Cool’ is their return to the ‘good old days’. The song is anthemic and contains optimistic and summery guitar licks -a great sonic mixture of sounds to welcome the sunshine.



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DARKEST CLOUDS - TYLER RAMSEY


Countryman Tyler Ramsey shows on his third solo album, ‘For The Morning', an authentic interplay of countryblues and americana. 'Darkest Clouds' is an intimate song where you can hear a duo of guitar playing reminiscent of the sound of Leo Kottke.



HOT MESS - GIRLI



Girlpower and female empowerment, those are the terms that come to mind when you discuss the new song of GIRLI. The song was already released in 2017 but is now part of her new album ‘Odd One Out’. The song contains strong bass lines and pacey drum rhythms, completed with powerful vocals.

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KLANGFALL - JOEP BEVING


Joep Beving has become a household name when you talk about post-classical piano playing. With his new album 'Henosis', Joep concludes his triptych on which a mixture of orchestral and electronic sounds can be heard. 'Klangfall' is no different and showcases atmospheric piano playing that will completely immerse you.