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New Music Saturdays: 5 new artists you should know featuring Alex Mali and Sampa the Great

Photo: Courtesy of Blind Youth
Photo: Courtesy of Blind Youth

TayF3rd – Lie to 3 (Submission)

For some people, knowing that your girlfriends or boyfriends will never lie to them is what makes them feel secure in their relationships. We all have our reasons, but it seems to be for an intense reason in TayF3rd’s new video for ‘Lie to 3’. Watch the official visual for yourself, and let us know.

The Long Beach-native recording artist recently released ‘Sandbox’. ‘Lie to 3’ is a single from the project.

Prime Society and Kiddfriendly – Sensei (Submission)

Want a song to add to your BBQ playlist? Give Prime Society a shot. They are a Phoenix, Arizona-based group who started making music together in 2017. ‘Sensei’ exhibits personal worth, being utterly disrespectful toward “opps”, and more. Their new album will be out next month. We look forward to hearing it. Until then, stream the audio below.

Sampa the Great – OMG (Submission)

Sampa the Great sure knows how to keep her viewers engaged. From ‘Final Form’ to ‘OMG’, the young African artist shows off personal style, culture, and lifestyle in the continent of Africa. If everyone from Zambia is this fun, we want to meet them. Check out the official visual for ‘OMG’, a single taken from the forthcoming album ‘The Return’. It will be out September 13 on Ninja Tune.

Dusa Alpacino – Certified Drip (Submission)

Bringing the bounce back to your Saturdays, Duca Alpacino shares the official visual for ‘Certified Drip’. It is shot by FakeDell at Mass Appeal. Check it out the edgy visual for the catchy danceable Trap record below.

Alex Mali – Start It Up (Submission)

A creative full of styles, Alex Mali sings about giving her all. The Brooklyn-native is set to release her debut EP, ‘Sweet & Sour’ in six days, which will feature her unique variations of R&B songs. If you’re the type of person who wants to know who she sounds like before you give her a chance, we would say that we could hear SZA singing the songs that the skilled artist sings so well. Outside of that, no one else quite sounds like her. We can’t wait until she breaks through. For now, make sure you tell a friend about the singer-songwriter and ask them to do the same. Listen to the Jah-produced track below.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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