Each week The FADER staff rounds up the songs we can't stop playing. Here they are, in no particular order.
Troye Sivan ft. Ariana Grande, "Dance To This"
Troye Sivan and Ariana Grande delivered this infectious lil bop last week for all of your candlelight dance sessions.
Rico Nasty, "Countin' Up"
Kenny Beats and Rico went crazy on this one. I'm positive that if you memorized all the words to this track you'd gain superpowers.
Suicideyear ft. Georgia, "Days Forever"
Suicideyear teamed up with vocalist Georgia to drop off a dense thicket of stretched out synths and instrumentation, expansive and endless.
Jay Rock ft. SZA, "Redemption"
Jay Rock's introspective lyrics, SZA's plaintive vocals and an interpolating Guy sample mingle beautifully in this uplifting, standout cut from Rock's album Redemption.
Mura Masa ft. Octavian, "Move Me"
Octavian's cheeky adlibs seal the deal for me in this tropics-tinged Mura Masa joint.
The first half of EMPATH's "Polyfoam" builds up an oversaturation of noise before tearing that away in the second half, leaving a chills-inducing clarinet solo to send you on your way out.
Chaka Khan, "Like Sugar"
Chaka Khan's first song in a decade will be your funk reprieve when it gets too hot to dance at the block party.