Rated by The Face: a weekly playlist

The best contemporary music – updated weekly.

There’s a daunt­ing amount of music out there and we know it’s hard to keep up. But rather sub­mit­ting your­self to an algo­rithm for new music rec­om­men­da­tions, try this lov­ing­ly curat­ed playlist that The Face updat­es every week. Check it out below.

Read about last week’s playlist addi­tions here.

Doja Cat – Bottom Bitch

After going viral with her agriculturally-themed hit Mooo!, Doja Cat’s proved herself to be a properly good artist with hits like Tia Tamera and Juicy. Bottom Bitch samples Blink-182’s What’s My Age Again? It’s hard to remember the last time someone merged rap and pop-punk and made it sound this good.

WizKid – Joro

On Nigerian Independence Day, the Lagos superstar continued his prolific streak with this silky smooth single.

King Princess – Hit The Back

the anthem for bottoms everywhere.”

Tyler, the Creator – Earfquake (Channel Tres remix)

Compton-raised artist Channel Tres makes slick vocal house for soundtracking aimless drives around the city at sundown. Precisely the kind of vibe Tyler, the Creator would approve of – so much, in fact, that he commissioned Tres for the first ever official remix of his material.

Summer Walker – Come Thru ft. Usher

Atlanta singer Summer Walker just dropper her debut LP Over It, which has been blessed by the contribution of an R&B legend.

No Rome – Talk Nice

The Manilla-raised, London-based alt-pop star” makes catchy and sensitive music with a touch of emo, making him a natural labelmate to The 1975.

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