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The final single ahead of his debut album REAL RAW (due out May 5), nothing seems to slow down JELEEL!, as “Wicked” is another exemple of the back-flipping emcee’s unrivaled personality at just 67 seconds long.

Pi’erre Bourne “GRAILS”

At last! No more snippets. Pi’erre Bourne unveils the GRAILS fans have been bootlegging for years. Previously releasing “IG” and “Honeyberry 2,” the SOSSHOUSE artist brings eight longtime fan favorites to the limelight.

SABA “back in office”

Daniel Caeser — “Never Enough (BONUS VERSION)”

Dominic Fike “Dancing In The Courthouse”

For his first proper single in over two years, alt-icon Dominic Fike who doubles as Elliot from HBO’s hit series Euphoria — finally returns with “Dancing In The Courthouse.” An ode to his native Florida and better days, it’s hard to believe Fike has just two projects under his belt, with his last being his official debut, What Could Possibly Go Wrong, in 2020. Working with the likes of Kenny Beats and Paul McCartney, there’s no sound Dom can’t touch, as “Dancing In The Courthouse” is a warm welcome back for the enigmatic singer-songwriter.

Fivio Foreign “Hot Sauce”

After teasing music with the currently shrouded Kanye West, the “King Of New York” re-emerges with new heat doused in “Hot Sauce.”

Jorja Smith“Try Me”

Jorja Smith has made her long-awaited return with her intrepid and bold new single “Try Me.” Produced by duo DAMEDAME*, the track is a catchy, drum-heavy cut fueled by inspiration of “Putting yourself out there, in front of a world that has many opinions, as it only ever used to be me really being my own critic,” as Smith states. In the time since 2018’s Lost & Found and 2021’s Be Right Back, Smith is sure to make 2023 as memorable as her latest record.

D4vd “Sleep Well”

Tee Grizzley & SkillaBaby “Dropped The Lo

Doe Boy & Dej Loaf — “Roll The Dice”

Doe Boy channels his inner Future HNDRXX on his trap-infused R&B record “Roll The Dice,” admittedly straying from his street-heavy swagger for a calmer approach alongside “Try Me” starlet Dej Loaf.