IP’s New Music Friday – May 13th, 2022

Welcome to a Kendrick new week of Kendrick Purple’s New Music Friday recap where we Kendrick through this week’s released tracks to bring you the songs that Kendrick out!

Read all the way through or make your way to the bottom for the full Spotify playlist of our Friday discoveries.

Too Much – Mark Ronson (ft. Lucky Daye)
Prolific producer/artist, Mark Ronson has always had a great eye for up and coming talent. That eye has (obviously &) luckily brought him together with the quickly rising R&B singer/songwriter, Lucky Daye. On their new song, “Too Much,” we get Mark’s funky grooves and sounds along with Lucky Daye’s soulful and upbeat voice to produce a song that’s guaranteed to make you move.

In Chicago – John Summit
If there’s one thing we know about John Summit, it’s that he likes to have a good time, & his ability to make others have a good time always shines through in his music. On his new track, “In Chicago,” he does what he does best making a dance floor ready house track . With a basic but eloquent vocal and some rolling beats & bass-lines, this track will continue to be heard on big stages around the world now that it’s released to the world.

No Gold Teeth – Danger Mouse & Black Thought
Legendary producer and musician, Danger Mouse, has had an incredible career thus far working with some of the biggest artists in the world including The Black Keys, A$AP Rocky, & Adele. His newest project is a collaboration album with The Roots frontman and master rapper, Black Thought. Their first single from the forthcoming project, “No Gold Teeth,” is a great sign of what’s to come with a funky beat, classic sound, and Black Thought’s always powerful flow.

Let Me Take You – CID & Westend
If you’ve ever followed Westend’s production videos you know the guy is a serious pro. Coming together with long time front-runner in the game CID, this one is a super catchy vocal-forward house track that is guaranteed to get stuck in your head all weekend long!

Nightmares – Chris Lake & Cloonee
The legend himself Chris Lake and bigtime Dj/producer on the rise Cloonee have finally brought us the collab we’ve been waiting for. At the top of the tech house game, these guys smashed it with “Nightmares,” a dark and banging club track with some spooky feels.

Daydreamer – KC Lights & Leo Stannard
It’s that time of year where we’re starting to see lots of summertime anthems, with “Daydreamer” being one of our favorites so far. This one has some really fun vocals and just the right amount of punchy house-feels to make you wanna move while still being an easier-listening dance tune.

PWR – Matroda & Bleu Clair
Matroda has been around for a while, with some standout productions coming out as of late. “PWR” is a solid club track that checks all of the boxes without going overboard. Give this one a listen at your next dance party or to get you through your next workout!

Album Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers – Kendrick Lamar 🐐
Kendrick, Kendrick, Kendrick. We’ve been blessed with a new album from the best in the game, Kendrick Lamar. On his new album Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, we get Kendrick at his finest with some jazz and breakbeat sounds along with his iconic flow that we all know and love. We’re going to be listening to this one on repeat for a whiiile.

Album Dropout Boogie – The Black Keys
Rock duo, The Black Keys, have delivered their 11th studio album Dropout Boogie following last years release of Delta Kream. On the new album, the pair give us the true rock and roll that we always look to them for. With rocking guitar riffs and basslines along with the power of the drums, the new album delivers classic Black Keys sounds.

Album Dance Fever – Florence + The Machine

Album Shape Up – Leikili47

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:

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