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This Week's Must-Listen Releases: From Rae Sreummurd to Daniel Caesar

Stream our favorite music releases from this past week.

Rae Sremmurd's "Sremm 4 Life"

The duo Rae Sremmurd, which consists of Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi, is back in action with a new album titled "Sremm 4 Life." The album features artists like Young Thug and Future.

Bailey Bryan's "Sensitive Bad Bitch Music Vol. 1"

Following the success of her R&B-pop hit "MF" featuring 24kGoldn, which garnered nearly four million streams in just two months, the 25-year-old singer-songwriter known as Bailey Bryan is released a new EP dubbed "Sensitive Bad Bitch Music Vol. 1". With six tracks, the EP features Bailey's most powerful and impactful expression of her truth yet. It serves as an intimate portrayal of her journey toward self-love. It showcases her ability to write songs that are both vulnerable and confident, traits that have earned her a loyal global following.

Ellie Goulding's "Higher Than Heaven"

Ellie Goulding, the English singer-songwriter, has released her fifth studio album titled "Higher Than Heaven" on 7th April 2023. The album was preceded by four singles: "Easy Lover", "Let It Die", "Like a Saviour", and "By The End of the Night". This album marks her first release in three years, following her previous album "Brightest Blue".

Wednesday's "Rat Saw God"

The band from Asheville, North Carolina, called Wednesday, just released a new album called "Rat Saw God". It's a very American-sounding album that fearlessly captures the wild, chaotic, and sometimes dark spirit of the youth. The music mixes together country and shoegaze styles in a really exciting way.

Daniel Caesar's "NEVER ENOUGH"

On April 7th, R&B artist Daniel Caesar released his third studio album, titled "Never Enough." The album is a departure from Caesar's past lyrical themes of sex, drugs, and heartbreak. Instead, he delves into an introspective exploration of his own multifaceted musical identity. With this new release, Caesar presents a candid analysis of his personal insecurities and shortcomings, offering listeners an insightful and thought-provoking musical experience.


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