For Your Weekend…

Like any busy music blog, Digital High’s inbox gets hit up with submissions ranging from the ridiculous to the ridiculously good, that this one dude can’t possibly keep up with. So I’m going to batch post the best of the bunch every Friday to help you groove on into your weekends. It’s my chance to spread even more exposure to the deserving artists out there, enjoy.

The Weeknd & Kendrick Lamar – Pray For Me
– from the hotly anticipated Black Panther and its accompanying soundtrack, superheroes of R&B and Hip-Hop come together for an unmistakably huge collaboration
Armin van Buuren ft. Conrad Sewell – Sex, Love, & Water
– dipping into the waters of pop-house, the show-stopping beatcrafter links up with a familiar face in the scene for this sleek groover
LINES – Lockdown
– continuing a lineage of solid synth assemblage, the Stockholm four-piece offer up a piece that soars in its underscored bounce
Tiny Fighter – New Century
– with one half hailing from Australia and the other Sweden, this international pairing show off their respective sonic stylings in this melancholic debut
Philip Whitehead – Winter
– style and substance are on full display in this hauntingly heavy soul-stirrer; you might consider getting yourself familiar with the talented soloist after a listen
Ozay Moore – Good
– produced by The Roots’ Stro Elliot, settle in for sensory elation on this uplifting and equally soulful jam
Humble & Blisse – Only One
– from the hotbed of electronic music-making, this newly minted Swedish duo show off their prowess with a genre-defying slice of melodic luminescence
Ferris & SylvesterMade In Streatham EP
– on the heels of their bitingly folksy “London’s Blues,” the UK up-and-comers share an EP full of charm with just a touch of sting
Jack & Jack ft. Olivia O’Brien – Beg (Acoustic)
– keeping in theme, the pop duo release their own peeled back take on a charismatic collaboration currently collecting spins

Jessie J – Queen (Acoustic)
– and the soulful songstress strips her appreciative anthem down for an even deeper dive into self-gratitude

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