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Rated by The Face: a weekly playlist

Dua Saleh’s back with hard-hitting rap, Smerz share a fan favourite and Lil Yachty flaunts his Michigan credentials.

Check out this playlist which we lovingly update every week.

Listen on Spotify and read about last week’s additions here.

Dua Saleh – signs

The Minnesota artist and activist (and future Sex Education star) shares a club-friendly rap banger.

Smerz – Remember

Remember was tucked away as the hidden track on the vinyl edition of Smerz’ album Believer. It’s a stunning song about post-breakup heartache and desire, and it deserves all the extra attention it gets via its digital release.

Deb Never – Sorry

The LA-via-Washington songwriter is over someone’s messy behaviour. Big shit rockstar, but I think you’re boring,” she sings in the chorus.

The Alchemist – Nobles ft. Earl Sweatshirt & Navy Blue

Earl and Navy Blue (who’s also known in the skateboarding and fashion worlds as Sage Elsesser) sound truly in their element by trading poetic bars over a soulful, luxurious-sounding loop provided by their friend The Alchemist.

Lil Yachty – Stunt Double ft. Rio da Young OG

Having spent a considerable amount of his time building connections with Detroit and Flint’s rap scenes over the last few years, Lil Yachty’s just dropped the long-anticipated album Michigan Boy Boat, which includes this swift collab with the recently incarcerated Flint figurehead Rio da Young OG.

American Dance Ghosts – Untitled 05

American Dance Ghosts is the new project from the LA-based duo Hank Korsan and Hayes Bradley. Taken from their self-titled debut EP, Untitled 05 is a glistening slice of soul-soothing house music.


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