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I enjoy posting: classic hip hop, downtempo, r&b, lo-fi, funk, lowkey electronic. Follow me: @leighahealy

Ocean County based producer DEVAULT returns with a top notch production featuring the vocals of songstress Ayelle. The way her sultry vocals wrap about the rhythmic bass production is encapsulating and addicting. I’ve had this one on repeat all day!

“What To Say” is the more-energetic follow up to Lui’s superbly chill tune “Nocturnal”. Lui’s soulful vocals and immaculate synth driven production intertwine to with a catchy and infectious vocal chop. I’ve had this on repeat all day!

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Production duo Halogen return with an infectious dance pop anthem “Can’t Resist,” coming in hot off of official remixes remixes for Alesso’s “I Wanna Know”, Krewella’s “Can’t Forget You” and Disco Fries’ “Born Ready”. After just one listen, the sing-along capability of this track is unparalleled, so listen at your own discretion :$

London based artists Ayelle and Calper have linked up yet again to release the lead single off their Feels EP “Without Me,” which comes out August 4th. The two have covered Kanye West’s “Real Friends,” DJ Snake’s “Middle” and Skrillex and Diplo’s “Mind,” accumulating thousands of plays, and the co-sign from the Bipolar Sunshine. I cannot get enough of the chill, rhythmic vibes in this record driving Ayelle’s sultry vocals.

“Shadows” is the product of futuristic, feel-good pop vocals courtesy of Samsaruh and luscious synths crafted by Australian musician FØRD. The track provides the perfect soundtrack to guide you through Friday and right into the weekend.

Brooklyn based music chef White Cliffs breaks his silence with psychedelic bass jam “On Call.” This track has summer road trip vibes written all over it and is seemingly hinting at a more steady output of new music in the foreseeable future. I’m obsessed with White Cliffs’ unique brand of dancefloor, subtly reggae, R&B bass music.

Musical genius josh pan of OWSLA continues to go against the grain and surprise listeners with his latest “give it to ya” featuring a vintage-esque topline courtesy of ABRA. Her vocals wrap seamlessly around the electronic r&b ballad. The visual representation of was created by French artist Quentin Deronzier.