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Feature / August 26, 2022

Top Ten Tracks: Not The Twos, Ezra Collective & more 26/8/22

Welcome to ‘Top 10 Tracks’, the essential weekly round-up of the best new music.

Welcome to ‘Top 10 Tracks’, the essential weekly round-up of the best new music.

At the end of each week, we count down the ten essential new tracks you need in your rotation. Ranging from rappers in the Emerald Isle to boundary-pushing, experimental producers and everything in between, it’s all hits, no filler.

This week, Kendrick Lamar’s new favourite band drop their sophomore single, Ezra Collective team up with Sampha The Great and Hope Tala continues to show her versatility.

Photo credit: NOT THE TWOS by Gabriela Nunez-Pina

10.

Hope Tala Leave It On The Dancefloor

Hope Tala continues to show her versatility with a gentle summer cut for playing with the top down.

9.

Stylistic Murder Represent the REAL FEAT. AZ, O.C, KRS-One

Irish label ‘Stylistic Murder’ have teamed up with KRS-One, AZ, O.C. and DJ Flip for a cut rich in hip hop history.

8.

Selló No Love

Clondakin rapper Selló is in his bag ahead of his debut project SELLÓTAPE. ‘No Love‘ sees him move into uncharted territory with an after hours head nodder inspired b club sounds.

7.

Daniela Lalita No Para

Landing via Young (FKA Young Turks), Peruvian singer Daniela Lalita’s ‘No Para’ is a mystic introduction to her forthcoming debut EP Trececerotres, due September 16.

6.

Local Boy Int'l Biking Anthem

When life gets you down there’s few better cures than hitting the dusty trail on your two wheeler. Local Boy is finding peace behind his handle bars on ‘Int’l Biking Anthem‘ ahead of  his debut album ‘Local Boy Climbs the Ladder’ which lands September 16.

5.

Baird Easy v2 Feat. Kevin Abstract

Having featured on Brockhampton’s Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine‘, Baird has kept his relationship with Kevin Abstract going on’Easy v2‘.

4.

Meechy Darko Lost Souls Feat. Denzel Curry & Busta Rhymes

A collaboration that subverts expectations, ‘Lost Souls’ sees three of rap’s resident ragers swap visceral bars for heartfelt admissions.

3.

Ezra Collective Life Goes On Feat. Sampha The Great

When it comes to collaborations with rappers, Ezra Collective don’t mind. After working with Loyle Carner and Novelist, they’ve cooked up a party starter with Sampha The Great.

2.

Jelani Blackman Comfy Feat. Moonchild Sannelly & Trillary Banks

1.

NOT THE TWOS HAHA

Even those unfamiliar with NOT THE TWOS have likely heard their music. Kendrick Lamar used their debut single “PARADISE” across three tracks on Mr. Morale and The Best Steppers – ‘United In Grief’, ‘Count Me Out‘, and ‘Mirror’. This week, they’ve released their menacing sophomore single ‘HAHA’ and it’s living rent free in our heads.

Follow our playlist on Spotify Hit the link to hear all the inclusions plus extras in one place.