Cloud Droppings – #Spring

New tracks that have instantly caught our attention lately. Spring is coming for us in the best way possible. Sunshine, blue skies and generally good vibes are to be consumed. Here are five tracks we thought you would like. Indulge, share, like and repost on your socials.

CLOUD DROPPINGS

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Denver – What’s Good

Blending Hip hop, some subtle hints of soul in the vocals and a layer of R&B, Denver delivers a mesmerizing beat and addictive minimalistic groove on his new track “What’s Good”. A great new artist on the rise from Toronto, Canada.

Christinna – Lay It Down

Only 19 years old and already defying creative boundaries. Philly based Christinna has already released a mixtape five years back. Bringing some of the mileage to her beginning career into this new track. She is self-taught and draws from multiple musical influences she gathered in her early teenage years. “Lay It Down” is a mature song with plenty of potential. Keep a close ear.

Bensbeendead. – Exoskeleton

His real name is Ben Thompson, but the Portland based musician, singer-songwriter makes music under the moniker Bensbeendead.. His debut single called “Exoskeleton” was released on February 22nd, 2019.

Fiasco – Hold On (They Say)

From Paris, France, I couldn’t pass up on this debut single from Fiasco‘s upcoming EP. With plenty of hypnotic guitars to satiate any Strokes fan out there. Driven by a deep pulsating bassline over a bold, asserting drumbeat that pictures a clear sense of melancholia and nostalgia like French know best how to portray. The band holds high hopes of exporting their music across the pond. They have what it takes on this first offering. We’re looking forward to the next releases. And so should you.

Helado Negro – Running

Helado Negro is no stranger in our music library. Often played and loved. Here’s a new dark track titled “Running” from his forthcoming sixth album ‘This Is How You Smile’ due to be dropped on March 8th.

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Last modified: March 5, 2019

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