Five new Contemporary R&B songs to listen to

Contemporary R&B is a pop-friendly extension of R&B music. Here are some 5 new songs to listen to.

Oli Hannaford – “I Won’t Go” feat. Scarlett Fae

Oli Hannaford continues to make a mark in the music scene. The UK singer/songwriter has just released another EP, If You Wanna. The 6-song project includes the song “I Won’t Go”, an immaculately delivered piece which features singer Scarlett Fae. With heartfelt lyrics which blends into the groovy tune, this song will get the listener fully hooked. There is a further addition of gripping guitar melodies, the effect being a great listening experience.

Craig Wilson – “Dystam”

“Dystam” is a new song by rising artist Craig Wilson. The nostalgic song was written about the singer’s memorable experiences with a girl he used to date. With vulnerable and relatable lyrics, Craig expresses his yearning for her. The track combines elements of melodic hip-hop and soul and will glue your finger to the repeat button.

Eman8 – “Oh No!”

Eman8 drops a dropped a new track on the label CloudKid. The song is titled “Oh No!” and finds the Los Angeles-based artist crafting an immersive song with a catchy chorus. Laced with funky melodies and pop rhythms, this is one exciting record.

Napoleon Gold – “Lucid” feat. Jalen Santoy & Madge

Luxembourg-born producer Napoleon Gold‘s new single “Lucid” bring together North Carolina rapper Jalen Santoy and Los Angeles-based singer Madge, who both impress with their delivery. Carrying elements of 80’s pop, the song incorporates a dreamy and laid-back feel. Enter the bliss!

rx Soul – “I Know You’re There”

For those who already know rx Soul, we kinda trust the artist & producer to always give us a proper treat with every new release and that’s why his new track “I Know You’re There” is not too surprising. The self-produced record is another beautiful addition to the fast-rising musician’s growing catalog. The singer’s gritty-yet smooth vocals is something of a marvel.

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