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Top 5 Songs of The Week

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Palmistry – Memory Taffeta

Memory Taffeta is sultry but subtle combination of dancehall and R&B, by London producer and bedroom studio crooner, Palmistry.  Without being so particular of the where and how his music is created, the songs bouncy synths with Palmistry serene tone of singing make this an catchy tune.

Bryson Tiller – Don’t

Sorry, we’re a little late to the Bryson Tiller wave but will not deny the Drake-influence vibe is light on the ears and highly relatable to both women and men. With 18 million plays on Soundcloud, radio-spin and a MTV Jams video of the week, Bryson has a certified hit on his hands which makes it hard to believe he recorded it in his living room.

Justin Bieber – What Do You Mean

“What Do You Mean?” is the lead single from Justin Bieber’s highly anticipated fourth album, making it his second smash hit of the summer, following the Diplo & Skrillex produced track “Where are you now?” Fun Fact: Justin Bieber is the first artist to have two back to back hits starting with a question.

BM – Baloba

BM is on a roll right now.  After his first dance hit, Ebebi, he has returned, Ivory Coast Dj Leo in tote, with Balboa, an addictive track for all afrobeat zealots to doing the shoki dance.

Bomba Estereo – To My Love

While the feature picture above of Bomba Estéreo is their Barranquilla’s Carnival anthem “Fiesta” music video, the song of the moment for me is the more latin-pop groove “To My Love.”  Hailing from Bogotá, Colombia the Afro-Electronic Latino groups’ most recent album, Amanecer is an AfroXilla favorite.



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