Rated by The Face: a weekly playlist

Featuring a hard-hitting rap anthem from Kam-Bu, warm neo-soul by Greentea Peng and poignant trance courtesy of Smerz.

Check out this playlist which we lovingly update every week.

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

Kam-Bu – Black on Black

The South London rapper is turning heads with this one – a hard-hitting, emotive anthem for empowerment, equality and reflection”.

Pop Smoke – AP

From Eddie Huang’s forthcoming film Boogie, this posthumous Pop Smoke track captures his classic smoky drill sound.

Rema – Bounce

The 20-year-old Nigerian hitmaker’s new one was produced by Don Jazzy – head of the esteemed Mavin Records – and inspired by the luscious and magnificent body of the African woman”

Greentea Peng – Nah it Ain’t The Same

A jazzy double bass, turntable scratches and gospel organs create a warm feeling on GTP’s new single, setting the tone for her forthcoming debut album.

Smerz – Flashing

Taken from their new album Believer, the Norwegian duo sing of a deteriorating relationship over hovering trance synths.

Cosima – Backseat Drivers

The soul-stirring singer explores the anxiety and indecisiveness which troubles her generation.

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