Three weeks in a row as number one? Oh yes. SABRINA is killing it! ‘Losing Sleep’ is still haunting us every day and it is still rocking the top spot.
Simon Alexander » Fears
We’ve been big fans of Simon Alexander’s acoustic music and this year he’s been productive like crazy. Pushing single a week. ‘Fears’ was released a while ago but we rediscovered it while making a brand new playlist ‘Haunting Vibes’ that we will be sharing very soon.
Sebastian Mouritsen » The Wind
We chose ‘The Wind’ as one of the songs you need to hear last week. And it’s no surprise that today it makes a debut at number ten.
Paul Babe » Lasso
‘Lasso’ is a dreamy debut single from a Brooklyn based Paul Babe who got out attention straight away. ‘Lasso’ is a powerful statement and we are looking forward to see what this talented artists has planned next.
Sugarwolf » Changes
For those looking for more of alternative sound Sugarwolf is a great option. We named ‘Changes’ as the single of the week and today it makes a debut at number twenty-one.
JYLDA » Jeopardy
Our love for enigmatic singer-songwriter JYLDA is endless. She returned with a brand new single ‘Jeopardy’ which she calls a hymn to danger. Have you seen the video yet? Mind-blowing.
Connor Adams » Deeper
‘Deeper’ is the second single from our friend Connor Adams. We spoke to him about this journey and the song. Today the song enters the chart at number twenty-three.
emmanuelle sasson » away from me
Emmanuelle Sasson is a singer-songwriter based in Florida who reached out to us via Instagram last week. After having a chat and listening to her music we were hooked on ‘away from me’.
Francesca Blanchard » Happy For You
The last new entry belongs to a singer-songwriter Francesca Blanchard. ‘Happy For You’ falls into the category of brutally honest songs about past relationships.
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