Fergie’s Back! And Part Of This Week’s ‘Must Listen’ List

Fergie

There’s a lot of new music coming out everyday so we’ve decided to make things easier for everyone and give you a run down of some of the hottest new tracks. This week our must listen to list is all about the girls. Fergie returns to the scene after a bit of a break, Lorde adds even more drama to the Hunger Games and Tinashe reminds us of what R&B should sound like.

1. Fergie ‘L.A Love (La La)’

It’s been six years since Fergie’s last solo single and she’s finally making a welcome return. The former B.E.P singer brings in producer of the moment DJ Mustard to lay down the new track and while we’re so glad to see Ferg back where she belongs we could have done with something more exciting. Hopefully her new album will give us what we want!

 

2. Lorde ‘Yellow Flicker Beat’

Lorde couldn’t be more perfect for a Hunger Games soundtrack if she tried. Her latest release ‘Yellow Flicker Beat’ will appear on the OST for ‘Mockingjay (Part 1)’ the third installment in the popular franchise. Beginning with what sounds like a humming vocal exercise, Lorde eventually builds up to an arresting chorus that’s sure to add even more drama to the movie.

 

3.  Tinashe feat Dev Hynes ‘Bet’ 

Tinashe is a female artist with an upcoming album that we can’t wait to get our hands on. The 21-year old caught our attention with her debut club banger ‘2 On’ and since then we’ve been patiently waiting something a bit more substantial and now we’ve got it. ‘Bet’ goes back to a simpler, deeper R&B style that suits Tinashe right down to the ground.

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