Rated by The Face: a weekly playlist

Featuring No Rome’s new supergroup, Darkoo’s heartbreak anthem and a Stormzy-assisted Ghanain drill remix.

Check out this playlist which we lovingly update every week.

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

No Rome – Spinning ft. Charli XCX & The 1975

No Rome recruited Charli plus The 75’s Matty Healy and George Daniel for this slice of feel-good house pop.

India Jordan – And Groove

Everyone loved India Jordan’s 2020 EP, For You – a collection of heartwarming dance tunes to soundtrack a summer spent getting pissed in the park while the clubs were closed. And Groove, taken from Jordan’s new EP coming out on Ninja Tune, is another much-welcome dose of good vibes.

Oliver Malcolm – Skywalker

Poignant pop and distorted raps from the London-based, Sweden-born artist.

Japanese Breakfast – Be Sweet

Disco meets dreampop on the lead single from JB’s forthcoming album Jubilee.

Baby Keem – no sense

The hype around Baby Keem’s been steadily increasing for a year or two. It helps that he’s signed to pgLang – a company run by Dave Free and Keem’s cousin Kendrick Lamar, of course – but the pensive melodies of no sense would catch your ear regardless of the context.

Darkoo – Pick Up ft. Darkoo

The London Afrobeats artist captures the heartache of seeing an ex out with their new boo.

Yaw Tog – Sore (remix) ft. Stormzy & Kwesi Arthur

Ghana’s drill scene is on fire at the moment, and now Stormzy – who is of Ghanian heritage – is fanning the flames.

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