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New Music Friday Pt. 2 | May 26th, 2023

New Music Friday Pt. 2 | May 26th, 2023

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We are back with our New Music Friday Pt. 2. Check out the full tracks and reviews below!

Elle Baez | “Player’s Fool (Who Am I?)”

We have featured Elle Baez quite a few times and now she is back with a new track, “Player’s Fool (Who Am I?).” Following an impressive performance at the VS Pink x PopSugar Show where she opened for Bea Miller and a successful tour sponsored by VS Pink across the East Coast in 2022, Elle Baez, is poised to have a memorable year. Her latest track showcases exceptional craftsmanship. Elle possesses a voice that has the ability to halt you in your tracks, demanding your utmost attention. One of our favorite vocals from her. Undoubtedly, it stands out as a highlight this week, deserving a prominent place on your playlists.

Skylar Lee | “Forget for Me”

Skylar Lee, an artist, songwriter, and producer based in Nashville, possesses an innate talent for storytelling, evident in her unforgettable hooks and emotive lyrics. Unapologetically baring her heart on her sleeve, she establishes herself as a prominent figure in the pop scene. Skylar’s sharp and impeccable ear for perfect pitch allows her to craft clever melodic phrases that elevate her sound. Recently, she unveiled her latest release, “Forget for Me.” This track showcases her beautiful voice, taking center stage with grace. Undoubtedly, it stands out as one of the highlights this week, deserving a spot on your playlists.

Maddbayy | “Don’t Go”

The creative pair known as Maddbayy has recently unveiled their latest track, “Don’t Go.” This impeccably crafted piece stands out with its remarkable melody that lingers in your memory, while also showcasing the duo’s impressive vocal abilities. The lyrics are truly compelling, effectively conveying the narrative of the song without compromising its vibrant energy. It is highly recommended to include this piece of art in your playlists.

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