Our selection of music releases this Thursday features Goth Babe ‘s Protect Our Winter EP , along with two new singles from Ric Wilson , as well as a Young MA remix of a recent Billboard top 10 hit, plus the return of Monnone Alone and more. Let’s get started!
1. Goth Babe, Protect Our Winters
A few days ago, Goth Babe released the video for his song I Wanna Help Your Mind , but this Thursday he released his new EP titled Protect Our Winters , which he released in collaboration with a non-profit organization of the same name that focuses on climate change legislation and public lands.
2. Ric Wilson, WOO WOO WOO + Everybody Red In The Face
Versatile and athletic Chicago rapper Ric Wilson seems on a mission to take his voice in every possible direction. Wilson’s new tracks Woo Woo Woo and Everybody Red In The Face explore different moods. The first is a short song, less than two minutes long, in which Wilson swings smoothly over a slipping house track alongside an A Solo Vision -directed video in which Wilson and friends dance in a loft. from the city The second is even shorter, barely a minute. Over a drumless track built from a wordless vocal loop, Wilson raps about finding peace in a racist and hostile world.
3. Young M.A., Ooouuuvie (Whoopty Freestyle)
CJ , from Staten Island , scored a top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 with his track Whoopty , a song with a heavy drill-y sound that leans on a sample of Indian singer Arijit Singh ‘s Sanam Re . Young MA doesn’t let a good instrumental go to waste and Whoopty is the latest song in the spotlight from the rapper, who remixed it which you can listen to above. The new version is titled Ooouuuvie and is full of the same wit and unapologetically allusions to personal struggles.
4. Donna Missal, sex is good (but have you tried)
After months of announcing the track on Twitter and TikTok, Donna Missal ‘s new single titled sex is good (but have you tried ) is now available in its entirety, along with the video directed by Rodrigo Inada . Tempered by Sega Bodega ‘s icy production , the fiery theme has Missal exerting the intimacy of her imagination, necessitated by the bizarre circumstances of last year. In a press release, he explained that the single “is what came out of me in life in quarantine, a product of the fact that my bedroom is my environment and everything around me becomes so small and intimate, and it is a reflection of this Internet-centric thing that happens in music.”
5. Bachelor, Stay in the Car
Like Bachelor , Palehound ‘s Ellen Kempner and Jay Som ‘s Melina Duterte already shared their debut single Anything At All earlier this year to critical acclaim. Now, the duo have announced the release of their upcoming debut album Doomin’ Sun along with a new single Stay in the Car . The rock track, which Duterte said wanted to be a “visceral listening experience, inspired by The Pixies and The Breeders ,” pairs perfectly with the playful Haoyan of America- directed video .
6. Monnone Alone, Feel It Disappearing
Monnone Alone returns with new single Feel it Disappearing , a bubblegum pop song for the Zoom generation. Infused with fuzzy guitars, cheap keyboards, bongos and handclaps, the first sample of the Australian’s new album, Stay Foggy , tackles themes like fear, loneliness and losing sanity, while nonchalantly swaying to a Simon Fazio -directed video.