Digga D, Planet 1999, Yeat and more added to our NEXT HYPE playlist



Showcasing the best new music every single week, check out five of the hottest tracks added to our carefully-curated NEXT HYPE playlist.

1. Digga D – ‘What You Reckon’ feat. B-Lovee

Extending his global reach with each release, West London’s Digga D takes his UK drill sound stateside with his latest single ‘What You Reckon’. The thumping new track sees Digga tap up US rap star B-Lovee for a fiery verse, blending styles from different sides of the Atlantic to continue the Ladbroke Grove local’s blistering ascent. If you get a chance, check out the single’s new visuals to see the UK rapper outside his usual London backdrop.

2. Planet 1999 – ‘crush’

As cult experimental pop label PC Music ready-up to release their latest compilation album, entitled ‘PC Music, Volume 3’, Planet 1999’s ‘crush’ offers fans a first glimpse of the forthcoming record. The London-based French synth pop outfit draw inspiration from video game aesthetics for their new cut, soundtracking the butterflys-in-your-stomach feeling of falling for someone.

3. Yeat – ‘Luv monëy’ (with Lancey Foux)

When it comes to emphatic US trap music, 22-year-old rapper Yeat is the man of the moment. One of the 9 new songs released on his ‘2 Alivë (Geëk Pack), an extended cut of his highly-popular recent album, Yeat enlists the dynamic vocals of UK artist Lancey Foux for ‘Luv monëy’, as the LA-based rapper gears up for his 2 Alivë Tour.

4. Knucks – ‘Nice & Good’ feat. SL

UK rap fans will be delighted as two of the scene’s hottest stars, Knucks and SL, get together for their brand new single ‘Nice & Good’. Trading bars over a thumping jazz-tinged instrumental, the new single is everything you’d expect from two artists currently with the world at their feet.

5. Ella Mai – ‘Leave You Alone’

After announcing her sophomore record ‘Heart on My Sleeve’, R&B songstress Ella Mai kicks off the roll-out with new single ‘Leave You Alone’. Shifting gears through her inimitable vocal range, Mai tackles the feelings of being in a situationship.

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