10 Recent Releases To Add To Your Playlists This Week (3/18/22)


Each week, check out 10 recent releases to add to your Spotify Playlists. Plenty of different vibes curated for various moods. Each week the list will consist of artists you may have already heard of or new ones to watch out for. Expand your music palette and check out the new singles below.

1. Eric Bellinger ft. Amber Riley – Only Fan Remix

In addition to kicking off his eagerly-awaited ‘Vibes on Vibes’ tour co-headlined with “Sammie” in Atlanta GA, (3/11), Eric Bellinger surprised us with the release of his single, “Only Fan (remix)” featuring Amber Riley better known as Amber. In the original version of “Only Fan” Bellinger makes it clear, that he set his intentions on one lady, and her body is for his eyes only as he is viewing for adult-only entertainment. On the “Only Fan (remix) version the duo’s vocals compliment and blend nicely as they harmonize on the chorus.

Take a listen to Only Fan (Remix) feat. Riley below. Available on all digital streaming platforms.

2. Kameron Corvet – Who Hurt Who?

Multi-talented Grammy Award-winning, vocalist, songwriter, guitarist, and actor, Kameron Corvet releases his latest single, titled, “Who Hurt Who?” Rooted in guitars and a signature vocal blend of falsetto and natural melodies, Corvet uses his Grammy Award-winning penmanship to paint a picture that we can all relate to. “Who Hurt Who” addresses the fault of a failed relationship from a male’s perspective.

Check out ” Who Hurt Who?” below.

3. Crutchfield Jones – Crazy Ass

Vocalists Shireen Crutchfield, who was with 90s group The Good Girls, and Ricky Jones who was with Yours Truly, link to form husband & wife duo, CRUTCHFIELD JONES.

Check out their smooth latest single, “CRAZY ASS”.

4. Joyce Wrice – “Iced Tea”

One year after  the release of her debut album, “Overgrown,” and Joyce Wrice is preparing to enter a new space in her career with the release of “Iced Tea.” The Kaytranada-produced single is a glimmering dancefloor-friendly record of empowerment. Joyce and Kaytranada extend their collaborative streak together, following their efforts together on Overgrown. The new single arrives ahead of her opening slot on Lucky Daye’s tour which kicks off today, March 18th.

Take a sip and listen to Joyce Wrice’s “Iced Tea,” below.

5. Price ft. Elhae – “Without You”

Price has been grinding behind the scenes for years, penning songs for everyone from Brandy to Kanye West over the years but he’s also leaving an imprint as a solo artist. He recently unveiled his new single, “Without You” featuring Elhae, accompanied with a new visual that pays tribute to Poetic Justice. The soulful banger is tied together by Elhae’s vocals but Price’s presence breathes vibrant energy into the track and turns it into a potential anthem for the months to come.

Check out the latest from Price below.

6. Tiana Major9 – Fool Me Once

Tiana Major9 made a major splash in the mainstream when she collaborated with EARTHGANG on the Queen & Slim single “Collide” back in 2019. While Tiana is still at work on her debut album, she helps quell the clamor of fans with her new EP Fool Me Once. The EP consists of four tracks but only three of the four are full songs (the final entry and title track is a spoken word outro that lasts only 30 seconds). The three full songs do offer a glimpse into what we can expect from Tiana in the future. Each is mellow R&B offering different flavors of the same theme.

Listen to Tiana Major9’s new EP, Fool Me Once, here.

7. Pink Sweat$ ft. Tori Kelly – Real Thing

For “Real Thing” Pink teams up with the talented singer-songwriter Tori Kelly to create a ballad that is sure to be played at plenty of weddings. A little acoustic guitar, an oh-so-light drum beat to keep time and some timely keyboards work well when paired with Pink and Tori’s stellar vocals. This collaboration really works because of the natural harmony between Sweat$ and Kelly as they alternate between singing solo and together in various parts of the song. 

Watch the music for “Real Thing” below.

8. Kreion – Patience

Kicking things off for the start of Daylight Saving Time is singer-songwriter, Kreion, who hits us with her new track, “Patience.” “Patience” shows Kreion getting very direct about her desires. You see, whatever Kreion wants, Kreion gets. And today, it seems that she has her eyes set on you. That being said, you shouldn’t keep her waiting long. “Don’t keep me waiting / I’m losing patience / So right, it can’t be wrong,” she sings over the gossamer synths of the song’s chorus.

Listen to “Patience” below.

9. Ego Ella May – FIELDNOTES PT II

Ego Ella May releases a collection of brand-new music with the release of her EP, “FIELDNOTES PT II.” Picking up where the first installment left off, Ego Ella May delivers a brilliant depiction of the beauty and complexities of life. Ego Ella May taps into a range of feelings and emotions on FIELDNOTES PT II, which anyone who’s experienced the rush of love and stab of heartbreak will be able to relate to.

Listen to the EP below.

10. PJ Morton, Cheeky Blakk & Rebirth Brass Band – New Orleans Girl

PJ Morton unites with fellow NOLA representers, Cheeky Blakk and The Rebirth Brass Band, for the “New Orleans Girl” song again with an updated version for the soundtrack to the forthcoming documentary, “Take Me To the River: New Orleans. With these three acts in the mix, the celebratory song sounds like a full-blown second line. Morton’s soulful R&B, Cheeky’s hip-hop bounce and Rebirth’s signature brass band sound blend beautifully on this musical love letter.

Get the party started with PJ Morton, Cheeky Blakk and Rebirth Brass Band when you press play on the “New Orleans Girl” audio and video below.


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