Welcome to a jam packed week of Infinite Purple’s New Music Friday recap where we listen through this week’s released tracks to bring you the songs that stand out!
Read all the way through or make your way to the bottom for the full Spotify playlist of our Friday discoveries.
Wild Child – The Black Keys
Modern rock legends, The Black Keys, are back baby. Their new song, “Wild Child,” brings us back to The Black Keys classic rock sound with heavy rocking guitar and pumping drums. It appears that the rock duo is building towards a new album titled Dropout Boogie, which we absolutely cannot wait for. Check out this new track and keep an eye out for more releases soon.
La Danza – John Summit
John Summit has reached the top of the house music world as he continues to release dancefloor-ready tracks and put on high-energy shows. His new song, “La Danza,” is a super fun, Latin house track that has been played out extensively over the last few months building up excitement. Now that it’s out in the world, you’re sure to hear it even more when you’re out seeing house DJs.
Drag Me Out – Kah-Lo
Nigerian-born, NYC-based artist Kah-Lo has made a name for herself with her distinct voice and sound. Gaining first recognition on Riton’s “Rinse & Repeat,” Kah-Lo has continued to release popular collabs and originals. Her new song, “Drag Me Out,” once again shows her ease and ability to craft dancey, upbeat tracks that incorporate pieces of house and hip-hop.
Colírio – KVSH & The Fish House (ft. Fábio Della)
Brazilian house/electronic artist, KVSH, who your friends at Infinite Purple opened for last year, is back with an awesome new Latin house track. With a super fun vocal and a drop that will get your hips moving, “Colírio,” is definitely a track to put on your dance or workout playlist.
I Still Believe (Purple Disco Machine) – Diana Ross
One of our all-time favorites, Purple Disco Machine, is back with another powerhouse remix of an old classic. On this one, PDM takes on Diana Ross’ classic “I Still Believe.” The remix has PDM’s signature disco sounds with a pumping bass line, some awesome guitar chucking, and a funky beat to make this a wonderful remix ready to be played out on dance floors all over.
Stop Trippin’ – Deeper Purpose
British DJ and producer Deeper Purpose has released some of our favorite tech house tracks to date, ranging from funky club pumpers to straight up instrumental bangers. “Stop Trippin’” is one of his favorite releases he has put out, give it a listen and you’ll know why!
It’s A Killa – FISHER & Shermanology
Headlining tech house DJ and online personality Fisher has teamed up with Caribbean duo Shermanology for a long-awaited tune that has been rocking dance floors across the globe. This one is more than good, it’s a killa!
Album WHO CARES? – Rex Orange County
Rex Orange County’s new album WHO CARES? has definitely delivered on the hype left over from his previous album. With a slew of really amazing songs that both retain Rex’s classic sound and push the boundaries, Rex Orange County crafts an album that’s worth a full listen through. Some of our favorite tracks from the album include “OPEN A WINDOW (ft. Tyler, The Creator),” “AMAZING,” & “SHOOT ME DOWN.”
Album Candydrip – Lucky Daye
What a lucky day it is to have received the highly anticipated, new album from R&B rising superstar Lucky Daye. Featuring a fair amount of high-level artists and showing the versatility of Lucky, the album Candydrip has definitely delivered on the excitement we had for it. Some of our favorite tracks from the album are “NWA (ft. Lil Durk),” “Candy Drip,” & “Compassion (ft. Chiiild).”
Album 7220 – Lil Durk
Lil Durk has definitely established himself as a top, standout rapper in 2022. On his new album, 7220, Durk does what he does best using his lyrical skills to craft a really awesome album. With features from many big artists, this album is definitely worth a full listen. Some of our favorites are “Petty Too (ft. Future),” “What Happened To Virgil (ft. Gunna),” & “Difference Is (ft. Summer Walker).”
And some more tracks that stood out this week:
For the full IP’s NMF playlist including many additional songs not featured above, check the playlist below: