Rationale will hook you with hypnotically chilled out vocals on his new single "Fast Lane". Tagging it "music to travel to", he isn't wrong, the lyrics literally call out to revving through the fast lane.
The intro to his track here starts out relatively low-key, but soon enough, we’re introduced to a voice that not only has some awesome low-end grit to it, but a range that takes you completely by surprise.
Some girls are just only in it for the champagne, you know? Featuring a verse from San Jose rapper Antwon, Xhampagne is a startlingly emotional tale about a shallow girl whose “only in it for the champagne.”
Alright, I'm not trying to advocate anything here. But this song is just too good. Guitar, smooth composition, this is a well put together track, regardless of lyrical content.
Leo Kalyan’s latest Shift K3y co-produced track “Stranger” comes off as a sexy R&B song but the hook is catchy enough to give it some pop potential. The beat is smooth but also has just enough kick from the bass to really grab your attention.
Alright.. Candidate for sexiest song ever? Sydney trio Movement inhabit a shadowy subspace where R&B and dance music begin to blur together and blend. Their new single on Modular, "Us", transcends standard lyrical lecherousness, advancing onto more troubling terrain.
Here's two of my favorite artists on this absolutely fire of a track. JMSN's silky sound with the beat treatment that is unique to esta.. This is some late night music, just hanging out.
Two fantastic Ghostly artists come together on Beacon’s cosmically propulsive remix of “See” by Tycho. With the additions of a bubbly dance groove and singer Thomas Mullarney III’s soft voice, Beatportal premiered this fresh take on Tycho’s serene instrumental—both versions of which are now available as a digital single.
And now that's it's over, I'll never be sober / I couldn't believe, but now I'm so high / And now that's it's over, I'll never be sober / I couldn't believe, but now I'm so high…