Overwhelm by all the new music coming out? Here is a selection of our favorite tracks released this week, from emerging to most established artists, this is your weekly soundtrack!

Pusha T – Call My Bluff

Pusha T released last week his new album “It’s Almost Dry” produced by Kanye West and Pharrell Williams. This project includes collaborations with some major rap artists such as Jay-Z, Kid Cudi, Lil Uzi Vert and Labrinth. Recently, he just revealed the music video of his latest single “Call My Bluff” directed by Omar Jones and Onda,

Cj Pandit – If it hurts, it’s healing

UK’s Leicester born-and-bred Cj Pandit just released your new favorite groovy song. “If It Hurts, It’s Healing” is born from a moment of self-doubt and a crisis in confidence. Considered songwriting, gorgeous vocals and an exceptional build make this a stellar spring pick-me-up tune. It’s the third single from Cj Pandit’s upcoming sophomore EP “+44” and follows “1,2 Free”, which was released back in February.

Adam Naas – Forever mine

Back in 2018 when French singer Adam Naas released his first album “The Love Album” which was critically well-acclaimed. Four years after this successful first essay, he is back with a new song “Forever Mine” which explores the idea of losing someone you have desired for so long. His second album will be out later this year and we are already impatient to discover this masterpiece.

Zakhar – Lights out

Zakhar is only 17 years old and already counts NSG, Big Narstie and AJ Tracey amongst his fans. Posting freestyles since he was 15 on Instagram while training at Brentford football academy, he began to gain traction after he continued to hone his craft. He caught the attention of super-producer JAE5 and has gone on to release two singles “Never Hiding” and “Phases freestyle” including support from the likes of Vice and The New York Times. His new single “Lights Out”’ is out now and it’s already on repeat.

Tamino – The first disciple

This week, Belgian-Egyptian musician Tamino delivers the visual of his new single “The First Disciple” from his upcoming second album. For this track he worked with Belgian producers PJ Maertens and Jo Francken, It also features a long-standing collaborator and friend Colin Greenwood (Radiohead) on bass and Ruben Vanhoutte on drums. This follows Tamino’s 2018 first album “Amir” which was critically well-acclaimed worldwide and made him one of the most exciting newcomers.

Khalid – Skyline

Following his 2021 mixtape “Scenic Drive”, American singer Khalid is teasing us with his forthcoming third studio album “Everything Is Changing”. After “Last Call” earlier this year, he just shared “Skyline”, a disco-infused R&B song. It seems that Khalid is exploring new sounds and that his next project could be surprising.

Sam Smith – Love me more

Sam Smith is back with “Love Me More”, a self-empowering anthem. In a statement, Smith said: “I wrote this song for anyone who feels different, anyone who has to stop themselves every day from saying unkind things to themselves, in their head, all the time… I felt like that for the longest time and slowly I’m learning how to just be nice to myself. I wanted to share that because I captured it in this song. Over the last two years, music has been my therapy more than ever. So I hope this song can be your friend.” Their last album came in 2020, when he released his two-part LP “Love Goes”, which featured the single “Diamonds”.