New Music Friday [11/13/2020]

Brett Kissel, Chelsea Grin, Goodie Mob and Many More!

Happy Friday the 13th ONErpm Fam, here are some great new tracks to start your weekend right.

First up is a new DND remix of Brett Kissel‘s hit pop country track “She Drives Me Crazy,” featuring the pride of St. Louis, Nelly. If the original wasn’t enough of a bop for you, the addition of Nelly alongside a new pop remix tracking have only made it better.


For our metal fans, we’ve got a new screamo revolution anthem with Chelsea Grin and their latest single “Blind Kings”. Don’t miss the old-timey American Western / silent movie-themed music video complete with bar-fights, shoot-outs, and otherwise raucous good times.


Continuing the theme of revolution music, old-school rap group Goodie Mob dropped their new 16 track project Survival Kit. With collaborations from Organized Noise and Chuck D, the project addresses ongoing civil unrest and social justice movements head-on.

Next, we’ve got another OurVinyl session for you, this time featuring rock-country act The Wild Feathers. The track “My Truth” is a heart-bearing ballad deserving of its name.

Following that up is a smooth new track from rising R&B star Dylan Reese. Showcasing producer M. Fasol‘s skills, “gift & a curse” combines classic new jack swing sounds with Reese‘s melodicism to create a match made in heaven.

Corey Kent released a new heartfelt single “Gold” With lyricism that evokes classic country imagery and a rocking guitar solo this track’s pure gold.

If you’re looking for some reggae and ska irie-ness, Tribal Seeds released another single entitled “Down Bad Vibes”

In the indie world, Horace Bray released “Waiting For You.” With synthy sounds and sweet guitar licks, this one has us grooving and it’s sure to be spinning prominently on True Indie for weeks to come.

Black MatticDre Island, and Kabaka Pyramid dropped an awesome collaboration this week. “Unity” combines the best of both worlds with dancehall and reggae sounds.

Last but certainly not least, up-and-coming pop star Abigail Rose blessed us with “phase,” with minimalistic verses and an addictive hook, loving this song certainly isn’t just a phase.



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