Weekly Top 10 27.5.21

Yulia – ‘Virgin Mary’

Known for her bold and captivating songwriting, Warsaw-based artist, lyricist, poet and writer Yulia has now delivered a wonderful new single in the form of ‘Virgin Mary’. Lifted from her debut EP ‘Warsaw Mule’, her latest release has this beautifully rich texture running around it, all tied together with her shimmering voice and passionate drive.

Andrei Lucas – ‘London Baby’

After spending much of his childhood between Romania and Canada, the now London-based singer and songwriter Andrei Lucas is looking to bring that international appeal to his latest jam ‘London Baby’. Showcasing his recently released EP ‘Paradise Passé’, his new release channels a bright and upbeat 80s pop vibe that oozes fresh and vibrant energy.

Adam Kneale – ‘5:21’

Following up the release of his highly-praised debut album ‘Blavatnik Building’, Australian producer Adam Kneale has now returned to his uplifting ways on this shimmering new single ‘5:21’. Collaborating with J.Rob The Chief and The Crushboys for the release, his newest gem takes its cues from early Michael Jackson with its soaring disco-inspired groove.

Callum Crighton – ‘The Lazer Police’

With his eagerly-awaited debut EP ‘Lazer Police: The Musical’ landing in the coming weeks, emerging LGBTQ+ icon and singer-songwriter Callum Crighton previews his new collection with the otherworldly offering ‘The Lazer Police’. Channelling a sweeping 80s synthwave aesthetic for the release, his latest gem is a rich and warming delight that perfectly encapsulates his captivating sound.

Aria Jay – ‘Cried All On My Own’

Having already made some serious noise with her previously shared cuts over the last few months, Brooklyn-based artist Aria Jay is back once again to unveil her soaring new single ‘Cried All On My Own’. Flexing a subtle RnB-inspired production with her own uplifting vocal style, her newest offering makes for a wonderfully light yet passionate return.

Mizxy Slime – ‘Brazy’

With a sound that sees him move from rapping to singing at the drop of a hat, Philadelphia-based newcomer Mizxy Slime is pushing his distinct direction to new limits on this pulsing new anthem ‘Brazy’. With its bold and driven production, the artist moves effortlessly over the beats with a quickfire and energetic flow throughout.

Sarah Tromley – ‘One Step’

After cementing herself as a firm artist on the rise with her debut EP ‘Higher Than Hills’ last year, Portland-based singer and songwriter Sarah Tromley is continuing that progressive direction with her new single ‘One Step’. Jam-packed with shimmering aesthetics and subtle eccentricities, ‘One Step’ is a broad and soaring delivery that continues her upward ascent throughout.

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