The month of March has begun with a wide range of tracks that everyone will enjoy! Take a look at what you need to listen to ASAP!
10. Rise And Shine – Deorro
Ah! We’ve been ushered into this month with this club track that seems to be inspired by some jazz. The feel is very retro but fresh enough to feel like a 2017 track. We’re bopping our heads to this one already!
9. You Can Cry Tomorrow – Betty Who
Betty Who is back at it again with the most upbeat melodies with that signature synth playing in the background. The teenage vibes that are hitting us with serious nostalgic vibes. Maybe we will cry tomorrow while watching The Notebook for the millionth time.
8. Headphones – Dan Black
This could be the track every teenager relates to at some point in their lives. The ultra-moody vibe with the addition of the British singers’ meaningful lyrics is genius. Definitely a favourite already!
7. Gucci On My – Mike Will Made It ft. 21 Savage, YG & Migos
Everyone loves wearing some brand and for Mike Will, it’s some really fancy Gucci! He recruits Savage 21, YG and Migos for the track that makes you wish you were a rapper who could afford some Gucci in real life!
6. Make Me Better – James Blunt
James Blunt is finally taking a break from his hilarious Twitter clap-backs with another album and we have to say, this track is bringing back some real feels. Considering the fact that the song is recorded live, he does an exceptional job. And, it’s about his wife! *Awwwwwww*
5. Remember Me – Jennifer Hudson
The Ballad Queen is back for another strong vocal display of her talent. Hudson brings soul to the song that talks about a failed relationship. The subtle gospel vocals take it to a whole new level. A job well done indeed!
4.Where U Iz – Fatboy Slim
Fatboy Slim’s new track was released a few days ago after almost four years and those tears were real! The track is different that the usual music we hear by Slim but we’re getting those serious disco vibes! It’s energetic and unconventional with the addition on horns and a cool piano riff. Truly, you can’t beat that, right?
3. Eraser – Ed Sheeran
The ‘Shape of You’ singer is a huge fan of rap and has featured tracks with such a vibe (‘You Need Me, I Don’t Need You’ is my jam) and he brings it back with Divide. The track is all that you’ll expect from Sheeran with an unexpected acoustic touch.
2. Green Light – Lorde
Lorde returns after a 3 year long hiatus with a track that is a complete 180 degree turn from her debut album. The song is club-worthy and makes you want to get up and dance in the same way a Calvin Harris song would make you. We’re loving it!
1. Hypnotised – Coldplay
Coldplay are not shy when it comes to experimentation in their music but with this track, they go back to their soft roots. The song is emotionally charged and with that aesthetically pleasing video to accompany it, we can’t wait for their EP to drop. Chills, man.
* Effing Honourable Mention*
Stormzy – Big for Your Boots
The Grime artist is finally releasing his highly anticipated album, ‘Gang Signs & Prayer.’ The track is absolute fire and even if you aren’t a fan of this genre, this one just might change your mind.