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5@5: A morning playlist featuring Serious Klein, Nakury, and more

Photo: Courtesy of the artist


This 5@5 morning playlist consists of Serious Klein, Nakury, Robotaki, and more.

Serious Klein
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Läzro & Travis Gibb – Take Me Home featuring Kyra B (Submission)

In what starts off like an anthem made for the festival season and parties at the mansion, Miami-based EDM/Dance producers Läzro and Travis Gibb enlist the sweet-voiced singer Kyra B. ‘Take Me Home’ is their debut track. Hear the record that exudes feminine strength, confidence and decisiveness.

Serious Klein – 91 Flex (Submission)

Everyone cannot rip a beat. The German-Ghanaian artist can. Personally, ‘Boy Boy’ is my favourite Serious Klein, but ’91 Flex’ isn’t bad. Check out the record produced by Rascal below.

Robotaki – Butterscotch featuring Jamie Fine x Falcxne (Submission)

Toronto keeps on taking it: Have you heard the wind that comes out of Robotaki’s chest? Soulful is an understatement. His voice paired with the explosive sounds from the electric guitar are to die for—but, please don’t die. Just listen to the music from the forthcoming EP—out April 13.

Nissi – Favourite List (Submission)

Contemporary R&B artist Nissi is a breathe of fresh air. Check out the British singer-songwriter’s new song about her favourite person now.

Nakury – Necesario (Submission)

There’s no way you can hear Nakury’s ‘Necesario’ and not wonder what else she has in her musical stash. The Costa Rican rapper is totally incredible. If the song played in the morning, I would wake the hell up, get out, and do something.

TYRO – Back to You (Submission) (Bonus)

How many times have you fallen in love with the wrong person? Since it is in my nature, to be honest, I’ll say it straight up. I fall for people often, not knowing about their dark sides and the evil they’ve done. Call me naive and carefree, but it is what it is. I’ve been like this for a long time. Now, would I renew an exclusive relationship with someone who I know isn’t a match? Probably not, but life is situational. Let’s see what situations I find myself in, in the future. Nonetheless, that’s what TYRO’s song is about—returning to a toxic relationship. Hear the Los Angeles-based artist’s newest track entitled, ‘Back to You’, below.


Written by Richardine Bartee

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