New Music Friday 02/19/2021

Tayler Holder, Sean Paul, Yelawolf and More!

Happy New Music Friday ONErpmFam! We have an absolutely loaded lineup for you this week, so let’s get these jams!

TikTok icon and rising R&B star Tayler Holder dropped his steamy new single “100 Rounds.” With lyrics like this, you’re not gonna want to miss the dances his legions of fans are coming up with on tiktok.

Hot off last week’s single “Been A Problem,” Yelawolf dropped Yelawolf Blacksheep, a full length album with features from other legends like Caskey, Cub da CookUpBoss and DJ Paul. If you’re looking for mach 5 syllables and some mean beats, Blacksheep is just the thing.

“Will It Tear Us Apart?” If the question was in reference to alt/rock group Airways’ latest single, well, it tore us apart. With a killer guitar lick spun-out and reused 5 different ways, this track is songwriting gold.


Chuck Wicks’ vocal love story “Old with You” got a new music video this week. With the state of the world as it is, videos like these are an endless source of warmth and reassurance.

Dancehall legend Sean Paul is back with his latest single “Real Steel.” With help from Intence, the two Reggae Ronin cut this anime inspired track up.

6FEET is a Post Malone-esque, 13 track album from the NJ based hip-hop act Louyah.

“In This Moment” from Born I is a truly unique hip-hop track showcasing one-of-a-kind samples with samples reminiscent of a classic kung fu feature.

Emily Bear teamed up with the prolific producer Ariza for her latest track “u suck,” a quirky song with a bouncy instrumental and callous, on-the-nose lyrics.

Rojas On The Beat, J $tash and Yung Beef tag team verses on “Rr Freestyle” a latin trap freestylin’ showcase.

Alt rock act Arts Fishing Club dropped ”Horizon Eyes” a rockin’ coming of age story wrapped up in a world-traveling metaphor.

Indie pop group Kid Politics took a step into the electro space with their new single “Why Can’t It Be Us,” merging their unique Nashvillian rock sensibilities with EDM production influences.

Little Luna’s “Therapy: Cinematic” is an orchestrally augmented take on the alt pop artist’s original single.

Sarah Lake’s “What Will Be” is a musical testament to the artist’s unwavering conviction that features a unique, genre-bending instrumental with hints of alt soul.

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