Discover World Music: 6 New Songs From Across The Globe

July 19, 2022

LUPO new songs

Every week, we highlight the very best of new music for your listening pleasure. In no particular order, check out our selection of the best new songs you need to hear featuring music from LACES, Chayce Kennedy, LUPO, Nwando Ebizie and more.

1. LUPO – Eyla

“Eyla” is captured from the 2022 album dubbed L’aube est là by French trio LUPO. Constantly exploring contemporary magnitudes of music blends to brewing classic tunes, the rising trio discreetly utilizes their musical talents as a platform to communicate relatable experiences to the listener. “Eyla” is a chilled French Pop vibe that shows off LUPO’s masterful craftsmanship. The tune is effortlessly amiable and will have you enamored.

2. LACES – Say (Hey Ma) [Unplugged]

A fast-rising breakout star, American singer and songwriter (Jessica Charlotte Poland) is ever ready to conquer the musical scene. The new single “Say (Hey Ma)” is laced with delicate instrumentation and enchanting vocals, hinting at addressing personal faults and shortcomings; a human nature that sometimes engulfs us with emotional pain. LACES adds: “Say was such a special song to write. I wanted to make sure there was a song on the LP that reflected my own shortcomings, struggles, and trauma I carry. Chris Ayer is one of my favorite people and one of the best songwriters I know; so this song is really a testament to how he created a safe environment for me to explore this personal topic.” If you need a beautiful creation to listen to, you should definitely consider this single.

3. Chayce Kennedy – NO

Talented Canadian singer and songwriter Chayce Kennedy unveils the new single labeled “NO” to add to her commendable discography. An alternative pop single, jointly written by Chayce Kennedy herself and the high-profiled Brian West, the new tune addresses standing up for yourself and letting go of negative sentiments or personas that try to shape a person’s life. Look out for more amazing projects in the future.

4. Nwando Ebizie – Myrrha

British gem Nwando Ebizie describes herself as a musician, speaker, composer, dreamer, afrofuturist, curator, performer and more. Breaking musical barriers and composing unique renditions of urban music is her specialty. “Myrrha” is a soulful and electronic experiment with influences from African Music, Global Bass, Afrobeats, Afro-pop and Afro-fusion. Regarding the single, Nwando Ebizie describes it as a lament. “A song of sufferance, of metamorphosis. Change is painful, and transformation is essential.” If you’re looking for a tune that spews a magical aura, check out music from Ebizie.

5. Audio Jacked – Lying To Myself

Repeatedly redefining the outlook of Electronic Dance Music, British producer, songwriter and DJ Audio Jacked creates tasteful music for the masses. Dubbed “Lying To Myself”, this new Electronic Pop creation features luscious vocals from the multifaceted artiste Jessie Wagner. The pop anthem begins with smooth vocals and transcends into bouncy beats. “Lying To Myself” discusses the realization that one actually concluded on a wrong notion.

6. ANDI – Get Your Attention

American breakthrough singer and songwriter ANDI returns with another pop treasure titled “Get Your Attention”. A relationship-themed piece written by Andrea Mitchell (ANDI) and Cate Canning, the single discusses the struggle of keeping a loved one interested and attentive to the feelings of another. ANDI adds: “This song was inspired by my intense breakups/crushes as a teenager. Anytime I liked someone they became my whole world. I would eat, sleep and breathe that person.”