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New Music Roundup: Kehlani, Dae Dae, WEIRDO & William Bolton

Kehlani makes a return, while Lion Babe delivers a remix.

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Kehlani, 24/7

"It's okay to not be okay, to dive in your pain, it's alright to not be alright, to search for your light." This emotional and personal new track entitled "24/7" from R&B singer Kehlani is the first song to release since her suicide attempt earlier last month. This song talks about how it is ok to not be alright and to not feel good, because in the end, this is part of life. It is part of what we as humans go through and you know what... that's ok. It's good to see her back, and I hope this is the beginning of a great 2016 for her. —Erin Ashley Simon

Dae Dae, "Feel The Vibe"

Fresh out of Atlanta, newcomer Dae Dae makes a splash on this booming production from EverybodyKnowStroud. Sounding like the equivalent to a smooth summer ride, the ATL rapper and Stroud sound make a perfect sonic match on the record, which should be on everyone’s radar.—Ralph Bristout

WEIRDO, "Armanio

WEIRDO, is another faceless producer/songwriter, emerging from the depths of the music sea. This UK, Germany-based artist recently released this catchy-pop, alternative song "Armanio." It strays away from what is typically heard on the radio or streaming services, but that's what makes it so great. Plus, we've all been in a position where a friend or someone who we admire is dating someone else that is so fake and uncool, too bad they didn't see it soon enough.— Erin Ashley Simon

William Bolton, "Love Supreme"

William Bolton releases his latest track off of his upcoming project Love Supreme. Bolton touched on the project saying: "Love Supreme was a concept that I initially came up with my sophomore year of college. I would doodle ideas in my notebooks in every class. As of today, I graduate in 3 weeks. You might not know it, but I've been dropping "Love Supreme" track by track for the last month. It's a series of emotions that I will combine into 1 when it's all out. Love Supreme is not an album, it's a Feeling. An Experience. A period of time. It has been the last two years of my life in which I have decided to pursue music." Keep on the lookout for the overall project soon. —Erin Ashley Simon

Honorary Mentions

Corey Lee, "Keys"

Lion Babe, "Jungle Lady Pt. II Feat. Angel Haze

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