7@7: An evening playlist featuring Richie Bux, Arlo, and more

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This 7@7 evening playlist consists of Shira, The Moor, Richie Bux, Arlo, and more.

Richie Bux
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Shira, The Moor – Nappy Boi (Submission)

The layers of this Shira, The Moor record are outstanding. You should put on some headphones made for audio and listen to “Nappy Boi”. Most importantly, the Dothan, Alabama-based recording artist wrote, produced, mixed and mastered it himself. Hire him, if he has the time of day. “Nappy Boi” will appear on his first full-length.

Neko Savvy & Icon South – Ciao (Submission)

Now, this has the energy of a song I’d like to bounce to in the club. Stream the vivacious record below. Then, watch the official video filmed by Paul Malm now. It’s from their upcoming project entitled, “Premier”. Personally, I enjoyed Neko Savvy’s infectious flow and cadence.

Sneakyy – Never Give Up (Submission)

You shouldn’t ever give up when you’re on your path to (positive) greatness. Play German Future Bass producer Sneakyy’s latest track asa reminder.

Richie Bux – Cement Shoes (Submission)

Richie Bux is one of the most exciting new artists I’ve come across, period. The energy on this record “Cement Shoes” is absolutely insane. Not only does it start of with Jamaican Patois, he talks that talk—and I believe every bit of what he says. There’s a certain level of angst in your voice and guttural voices one spews when they are dead serious. When you know, you just know. Furthermore, I want to see the young Indiana via Las Vegas upstart musician perform whenever he’s in New York City. Check out the record from his emphatic seven-track EP, “To Hell With It”.

Lil Dusty G – Burn featuring Ronen (Submission)

Lil Dusty G, the Dallas, Texas rapper, sings about the thought of sacrificing your life for something. Knowing that he will burn in hell, he is ready to leave this world. On the song, he gets into detail about his skin burning, too. It’s a song that many people will find relatable. Check out the morbid song below now featuring Ronen.

Kay B Brown – Testimony (Submission)

In his testimony, Chattanooga, Tennesse recording artist Kay B Brown shares gems about life, friendships, and focusing your energy on yourself. All of it is based on a true story, his story. Watch the official for the “Testimony” track below. You’ll feel like you know him after hearing the lyrics of the song.

Micki Ronnae – Summer 18’ (Submission)

One of my favourite artists from Tulsa, Oklahoma just relelased her latest single titled, ‘Summer 18’’. On the track, the young recording artist Micki Ronnae talks about people who aren’t doing anything to increase her visibility as an artist or adding to her personal life. It isn’t quite the Summer in New York City, but we can pretend. Stream the record below.

Arlo – Settle (Submission) (Bonus)

“Settle” is the record you play during the ride home on the way back home from work. It’s thought-provoking. Give the British singer-songwriter Arlo your undivided attention. He’s got a lot to say about love and being loved.

Shelly H – Coping Mechanism (Submission) (Bonus)

Personally, I enjoyed the way the Australian recording artist decided to execute his message on “Coping Mechanism”. Hear the old school-influenced lead track from his latest release titled, “Trees & Volcanoes” below.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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