For this week’s Tune In Thursday Releases, we have quite a few singles to review. Check them out below!
Jet City Sports Club | “She Don’t Need No One”
Jet City Sports Club has done it again with, “She Don’t Need No One.” Such a great song with strong vocals and mellow instrumentals. This is one that should be added to your playlists. Make sure to follow on Facebook.
Boo Seeka | “Finish What You Started“
Boo Seeka is back with a new single, “Finish What You Started.” Such a cool song with some awesome vocals and vocal effects. The backing instrumentals/tracks are also really well done. The production is on point too. Make sure to follow them on Facebook.
Jay II | “Paradise Circus”
First of all, this is such an interesting song with all of the different effects going on. Seriously, instrumentally, this song is very impressive. I love the vocals as well. All in all, this is a super strong song. Make sure to follow on Facebook.
Forrest Hill | “Catch the Beat”
Forrest Hill is back with “Catch the Beat. This is a great song with some very mellow instrumentals as well. The acoustics are very nice here. The vocals are very strong too. Definitely one that should be added to your playlist. Make sure to follow on Facebook.
Erki | “Muse”
Erki is back with a new track, “Muse.” This is a cool track with a good flow to it. The backing track is impressive too. Production is also really well done. Make sure to add this one to your playlist.
Alexis Lynn | “House On Fire”
Alexis Lynn is back with a new single, “House on Fire.” This is a pretty intense song. My favorite part is the vocals. She absolutely delivers throughout the entire song. Instrumentally, the backing track is on point too. All in all, this is a very cool song and should be added to your playlists. Make sure to follow on Facebook too!
Somaya | “Admit It (You’re Feeling It Too)
Somaya is back with a new single, “Admit It (You’re Feeling it Too). Well this one is a feel good track, with some strong vocals as well. The instrumentals pair very well with the vocals too! Such a catchy track that should be on repeat. Head on over and follow on Facebook!
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