Plus new music from VÉRITÉ , Switchfoot, Future and more.
RELEASE RADAR is here to give you the breakdown of the top singles, albums, and videos of the week, so you can head into your weekend with a new list of killer tunes.
Post Malone | "Wow."
Post Malone blessed us with a new single last week in which he expertly rhymed "La Croix" and "Fall Out Boy," thus reminding us all that he, too, is a Millennial.
Future | "Crushed Up"
Future kicked off 2019 with a new track in his signature style, slick and replete with wordplay. Check out the accompanying video here.
Deniro Farrar & Jayway Sosa | "Trap Hall of Fame"
Jayway Sosa and Deniro Farrar are a match made in trap heaven. They contemplate the afterlife for rappers and drug lords backed by heavy bass and carefully curated beats.
SAINT PHNX | Death Of Me
Saint PHNX - Death of Me (Official Video) www.youtube.com
SAINT PHNX has been busy. Since their debut release back in 2016, they've consistently dropped tracks leading up to their debut album (release date TBD). They highlight the single "Death of Me" in their latest video.
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VÉRITÉ | Bunker Studio Sessions, Brooklyn, NY
VÉRITÉ rings in the New Year with her sharp soprano, paired expertly with pop orchestra Little Kruta in this stunning live session.
VÉRITÉ & Little Kruta | Phase Me Out
VÉRITÉ & Little Kruta - Phase Me Out (Live Orchestral Performance) - YouTube www.youtube.com
VÉRITÉ gives listeners a peek into her recording sessions with this raw and honest video for the track "Phase Me Out."
Switchfoot | LET IT HAPPEN
After one Grammy, ten years, and 20 years of touring, Switchfoot decided to take a much deserved break in 2017. The group spent two years observing the increasingly polarized world around them, and what came next was LET IT HAPPEN, an EP celebrating what holds society together when everything seems to be splitting at the seams.
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