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May Top Picks ( Week 3 ) - Tracks Of The Week - Music Station - New Music Weekly

Updated: 17 hours ago


In this post we share the BEST Picks from our favorite artists across our "Digger" Playlists for the month


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Tommy Richman tops the Billboard Hot 100 with a bouncy hit that has become an unexpected smash with “MILLION DOLLAR BABY “





A hard rock type beat by The Almas showcasing the truest essence of Rock n' Roll with a modern twist in “Crowns”





An indie pop type beat by Steve and Dolapo creating audio beauty that emphasizes the power of friendship, positivity, love, empathy, and inclusion in “Companion”





Drake drops a thrilling but deeply unsettling track that a scorched-earth assault that spares no one in “FAMILY MATTERS”





An indie folk type beat by Kingdom All Stars Band with a song that doesn't just reach your ears but takes residence in your spirit in “Home”





A groove type beat by Ross King with an energetic, fun, funk bop for the summer in “Never Know”





The Warning keep on their winning ways with an alt-rock kiss-off along stomping percussion and deep bass runs in “Burnout”





An alt country type beat by Black Mountain Tabernacle with a comment on the state of the unethical capitalist system in “Goldrush”





A melodic metal type beat by Nekoticat with a song that represents the artist’s personal wake-up call to no longer hide in the shadows in “A Million Voices”





aespa convey their dynamic style with a dance track defined by its minimalistic sound and anchored by a heavy kick and bass in “Supernova”





An alt country type beat by Slack Key ‘Ohana with a unique and authentic blend of Hawaiian music in “One More Day”





A cinematic type beat by Holy Høly adding a touch of emotional refreshment to our souls in “Rain”





Post Malone teams up with Morgan Wallen and tops the charts with abundant hooks and a contagious momentum in “I Had Some Help”





S J Denney returns with an afrobeat type beat with his first venture into the genre in “Friends and Lovers”





BossMan Dlow flexes his success with a braggadocious anthem radiating confidence and swagger in “Talk My Shit”





An electronic type beat by Ingo Nasse offering a mix of pulsating beats and melodic synths in “Jarred Jungle”





Dax returns with a hip hop type beat with a song about the unrealistic expectations in relationships with “A Real Man”





Falling In Reverse drop a crushing metalcore banger that’s all about drive and power in “Ronald”




May Top Picks ( Week 3 ) - Tracks Of The Week - Music Station - New Music Weekly



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