13 Songs You Need To Hear This Week: Jessie Ware, Megan Thee Stallion & More

Written By Sam Murphy on 10/30/2021

A haunted dancefloor soundtrack for the week.

Kylie & Jessie Ware – Kiss Of Life

Our song of the week.

To the surprise of no one, Kylie and Jessie Ware have come together for a luscious, breathy dancefloor banger. It’s both elegant and sweaty – a highlight of the recent disco renaissance.

CHVRCHES – Bitter End

CHVRCHES have added a couple of songs to the end of their brilliant album Screen Violence. Bitter End is the one that’s punching us in the gut right now.

Ed Sheeran – Overpass Grafitti

You should probably know at least one of the songs your Mum will be playing this Christmas.

Conan Gray – Telepath

It’s not our favourite from Conan Gray’s recent drops but it’s a light bop that sinks into the ears with ease.

Shygirl – Cleo

The most decadent, ethereal thing that Shygirl has ever made and yet it still manages to sound like it was founded in the early hours at the club. Excellent.

JessB – From Tha Jump

JessB is rightfully growing some serious steam and she capitalists on that hype by delivering another serve with From That Jump.

Myke Towers, Camila Cabello & Tainy – Oh Na Na

Tainy doesn’t miss at the moment. He brings his reggaeton prowess to a surprisingly well-matched duo. Cabello is actually giving the goods this era.

Aminé – Charmander

Aminé is one of the most charismatic rappers out there right now and he bleeds it on the endlessly fun Charmander.

Flo Milli – Ice Baby

Flo Milli is so, so close to having a mammoth hit. This isn’t it but it edges her a little bit closer to the be the rapper of 2022.

Yung Baby Tate – Pedi

Yung Baby Tate saw the energy of Twerkulator and said hold my beer. Pedi goes hard from start to finish – a runaway train you wouldn’t mind being hit by.

Azealia Banks – Tarantula

It’s Halloween week and this is the most haunting thing you’ll find out there. Azealia Banks delivers a throbbing, relentless thriller that’s one of the most interesting things she’s done in ages.

Ama Lou – Trust Nobody

Finally some new Ama Lou. Trust Nobody is a candlelit R&B tune that features some of her most honey-soaked vocals to date.

Megan Thee Stallion – Opposite Day

The Hotties are eating this week with Megan dropping a tape of loosies and freestyles Something For The Hotties. Opposite Day is the one getting us excited on first listen but there’s plenty of gold on there.

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