Hear the latest music with our picks for what’s new to listen to this weekend, debuting Friday, June 5 to Sunday, June 7, 2020.
We’ve begun compiling the latest songs, albums, and EPs for #NewReleaseFriday to keep you vibing all weekend long.
So set your mood lighting, prepare your living room dance floor or just relax with headphones on and read on to find what’s new to listen to this weekend.
What’s New to Listen to This Weekend
- RTJ4 by Run the Jewels | Album – Although this record was scheduled to be released on Friday, June 5, Run the Jewels surprised fans with an early release on Wednesday, June 3 in light of the Black Lives Matter protests happening around the world. The hip-hop duo consisting of rapper Killer Mike and rapper/producer El-P feature notable acts such as Mavis Staples, 2 Chainz, Zach De La Rocha, Josh Homme, Pharrell and more for their fourth album. Stream on Spotify, Apple Music, or Tidal.
- “Mr. Officer” by Tee Grizzley featuring Queen Naija and members of the Detroit Youth Choir | Single – The rapper, singer, and songwriter from Detroit, Tee Grizzley releases a single that addresses police brutality featuring R&B singer, Queen Naija and the voices of the Detroit Youth Choir. Listen on Spotify, Apple Music, or Tidal.
- “2020 Riots: How Many Times” by Trey Songz | Single – The R&B, hip-hop, and soul singer Trey Songz uses his voice to sing about the injustices the black community faces with this new protest anthem. Stream on Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal.
- Blues with Friends by Dion | Album – Hear an album by the ’60s folk song icon, Dion that features collaborations with some of rock music’s biggest names like Billy Gibbons, Jeff Beck, and more. Stream on Spotify, Apple Music, or Tidal.
- Patience by Sondre Lerche | Album – The Norwegian singer, songwriter, and guitarist, releases his eighth album, Patience. Known for his reflective lyrics, Lerche releases a collection of indie-pop songs with classical and jazz influences. Half of all album sales will go to White People 4 Black Lives, an LA-based organization working in solidarity with Black Lives Matter Los Angeles. Hear on Spotify, Apple Music, or Tidal.
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