From FKA Twigs To Lucky Daye: Here’s Our Favorite New Music Of The Week
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Hello, it’s Friday! We’ve made it to the end of the week. That means sleeping in late, avoiding responsibilities under the guise of self-care and listening to new music.

Dive into what we have for you this week and add some new songs to your playlist.

Mack Wilds – “Love Letter”

Mack Wilds returns with a new single.

On “Love Letter,” Wilds deals with shady industry friends, confesses his love to the woman who holds his heart and takes us on a journey as he tackles his own depression.

This is just of taste of what’s to come as Wilds gears up to release more new music.

Cousin – “Easy”

Rising Atlanta R&B group Cousin has released their debut music video, “Easy,” which stars Avery*Sunshine and her husband, producer Dana Johnson.

Cousin consists of Johnson, Rob Milton and Kreion—a trio of talent seamlessly blending R&B, soul and gospel music.

Lucky Daye – “Love You Too Much”

Lucky Daye has been a favorite of ours for quite some time, so definitely here for the release of his latest music video.

This week, Daye dropped the video for “Love You Too Much,” the final track from his debut album Painted. Directed by Child, the video sees Daye in different settings as he deals with the emotional fallout of a major argument.

FKA twigs – “holy terrain” feat. Future

By now you should know that this is an FKA twigs fan account, which means you certainly know we are extra hype for “holy terrain.”

The song features Future and is the follow-up to recent single “Cellophane,” both are set to appear on the singer’s upcoming album Magdalene.

Masego – “Big Girls”

Masego celebrates body positivity with his latest single “Big Girls.” Produced by Jay “Kurzweil” Oyebadejo, the single is a celebration of curvy women everywhere.

Masego told Hypebeast that the track was inspired by a recent trip to Kenya, explaining, “I was in Nairobi, and there was a group of women that were the life on the party — I’m talkin’ Lizzo energy. I asked someone who they were, and they told me ‘that’s the Big Girls Crew.’ So I made a song about this party I went to the great continent and just painted a scene of this cool event, called it the Cake Club, Big Girls get in free.”

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