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PAUSE Picks: New Music Friday

By November 13, 2020Music

Happy Weekend! It's your chance to deep dive into our freshest selection of new music this Friday as we offer you the latest tracks you need in your rotation.

MORRISSON ft. M24 – GULAG

East London rapper Morrisson has released a new track featuring M24 titled ‘Gulag’. Based around the word derived from the video gaming franchise ‘Call of Duty’, the two rappers go back-to-back, marking Morrisson’s third single within the space of three months.

YEMI ALADE ft. DADJU – I CHOOSE YOU

Renowned Nigerian artist Yemi Alade taps Dadju for their collaborative effort ‘I Choose You’. Radiating on culture appreciation, the joint single blends traditional afro rhythms along with sultry French R&B courtesy of Dadju.

LIL NAS X – HOLIDAY

It’s his first track since his forthcoming debut album. Lil Nas X returns with his new single ‘Holiday’, co-produced by prominent producers Tay Keith and Take A Daytrip. Just approaching the holiday season, Nas does what he does best, by following through with the futuristic-inspired visuals.

YXNG BANE ft. D BLOCK EUROPE

Yxng Bane returns featuring D Block Europe for their latest single entitled ‘Cut Me Off’, considered a formidable and high-energy track, the 24-year-old east London rapper bursts through the track utilising his unique blends of rap.

THE KID LAROI – ALWAYS DO

Australian rapper, singer and songwriter The Kid LAROI has released his single and accompanying visual to track ‘Always Do’. Directed by Steve Cannon, the 17-year-old surprised fans with an impromptu drop, admitting the entire music video was made in one day.

88 GLAM – EAST TO WEST

Toronto collective 88 Glam rep their hometown Toronto in their latest drop ‘East to West’. The track sees the duo Derek Wise and 88 Camino go back-to-back, infusing the Alexonweed and Longwalker produced single with their infectious flow.

SHECK WES – RICH ONE DAY

Jack Boys member Sheck Wes has released his single ‘Rich One Day’ taken from his highly anticipated project Hell 2 Paradise. Dropping off the accompanying visuals, the Harlem-born rapper serves as the lead single of his 20-track body of work.

You can now listen to all songs featured in PAUSE Picks: New Music Friday in our Official Spotify Playlist below.

PHOTO CREDIT: Billboard (Featured Image)

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