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Appleby "Here With U"

Appleby has shared an uplifting, romantic new single called "Here With U" via Wilder. This is just the fourth single from Appleby since the release of his highly acclaimed debut album, Happiness, back in 2018.

Of the new single, Appleby says, "I wrote the chorus of ‘here with u’ just as the light from the sunset outside was leaving my bedroom. I was single then and didn't have an honest story to share. so it sat as a chorus idea for over 8 months. Before i knew it i was looking at my person and she brought meaning to 'i can’t believe i get to be here with u.'

   

Tasha "Would You Mind Please Pulling Me Close?"

Tasha has released a beautifully hazy new single called "Would You Mind Please Pulling Me Close?" via Father/Daughter Records. The single was produced and features Gregory Uhlmann and is accompanied by the relaxing video below.

   

Justice Hill "Outta This"

Justice Hill has released the first single, "Outta This", from his forthcoming debut full-length album, Room With A View, which is due out on April 20th.

The single features NYC-based rapper Eshe All Day Hues who plays perfectly off of Hill's bouncy pop production and deep baritone vocals.

   

queen mars "YOU"

queen mars has released the latest single, "YOU", from her forthcoming EP, "Trust Issues", which is due out on April 9th. Back in January she dropped the EP's opening track "Boys Like You" and is clearly using a mix of Pop and R&B to explore the ups and downs of relationships.

   

Mira Raven "Only Love"

R&B Artist Mira Raven has released a new single and video called "Only Love". This is just the third single from this talent artist who tends to explore the more experimental corners of R&B. The self-directed video for "Only Love" find Raven falling deeper and deeper in love with "someone" you won't believe.

Late in 2020 she released a seven minute double track called "They Only Call When.../Wrong" that is also accompanied by a fun video below. The track features David Boykin on saxophone pulling it fantastically unique directions at every turn.