New Music Roundup: February Releases You May Have Missed

We’ve got the perfect new tunes to spruce up your playlists.

GRANDTHEFT – DRIPOHOLIC (FT. YUNG TORY)

Based in Toronto, Canada, Grandtheft is a DJ/Producer who’s done it all. From headlining global tours to dominating music charts in North America, the artist is always looking for ways to reinvent himself. Known for his viral works like “Keep It 100” and remixes for Rihanna, T.I, and Migos; the producer offers a change of pace from his usual work in electronic music.

NGHTMRE – WRIST (FT. TORY LANEZ)

Mostly known for his dominance in electronic music, NGHTMRE is not in unfamiliar territory. In 2019 alone, the producer surprised his fanbase with a surplus of tracks that featured names such as A$AP Ferg, Gunna, ZHU, Lil Jon, SHAQ, and more. This time crossing paths with Tory Lanez, the Toronto-native sprouted success with the early release of various mixtapes that later gained recognition from Mad Love and Interscope Records where he distributed his debut studio album. Since then, the rapper-singer-songwriter has gone on to amass millions of streams alongside a grammy nomination, headlining tours, and much more.

JUSTIN JAY & JOSH TAYLOR – I JUST WANNA SLEEP

Drawing from both Justin’s dance/rock sensibilities and Josh’s laid back songwriting. the song spans the two former classmates’ distinct styles. Blowing through expectations, Justin Jay is at his best as he experiments in “I Just Wanna Sleep.” Working yet again with former classmate Josh Taylor, Justin continues to push personal boundaries on his quest for artistic fulfillment. Stemming from their knack to make music, these longtime friends began collaborating shortly after graduating college and quickly found success with songs like “Let Go” and “What Do You Want”.

RAD CAT – LOVE & ILLUSIONS EP

Using music to communicate his vulnerabilities leaves nothing to be desired, Rad Cat continues to control his own narrative. Known for amassing millions of streams on his tracks alongside production/remix credits with acts including, Blackbear, Enrique Iglesias, Kevin Gates, Mike Posner, and T-Pain; this project signifies Rad Cat’s coming into his own as a solo artist. Developing his sound throughout the years, the “Love & Illusions” EP is best looked at a self-reflection of the work put in years past. 

RICO & MIELLA – GOOD GIRL

Taking their newest to Artist Intelligence Agency, “Good Girl” finds a strong home at the brimming label. Glistening with buoyant vocals, the light-as-air track serves as a sweet, twinkling symphony from the heart. Soft croons carry the track as catchy percussive elements and poignant synths keep time. The irresistible pop treat sees the best from Rico & Miella: radio-ready vocals, an infectious melody, and a rich production to tie it all together.

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