Giraffage feat. THEA, "Bring Me Your Love"
This dreamy dance track from producer Giraffage is his first solo original music in two years. Trust us, it was worth the wait. Underneath Thea's ethereal vocals, this song is one big come-on. It feels like a trip to one of those fancy beaches in L.A.—but not the fun-in-the-sun part, the part where you convince bae to stay to watch the sunset. —Driadonna Roland
Gio Dee, "Summer Nights" Feat. Eli Sostre
When Boston meets Brooklyn, we receive a trap-soul styled, collaborative effort in "Summer Nights." Gio Dee and Eli Sostre team up for a melancholy production work by Lil Rich. The song itself has a pretty gloomy feel to it, but not everything that lurks in the dark is as magnificent as what we see during Summer Days. Either way, I commend Gio because aside from amOTHER signee Bia, he's one of a few Boston artists that has been on our radar.—Erin Ashley Simon
Floyd, "Next Up"
One of my guilty pleasures as of late is listening to what I like to call bubblegum trap music: Lil Uzi Vert's The Perfect Luv Tape, D.R.A.M.'s song "Broccoli" and the like. So, when I came across Floyd's single "Next Up," it further added on to my musical sweet tooth. He's appeared on our New Music Roundup before, so I guess we just can't get enough of that sound.— E.A.S.