Nia Archives, Overmono, Provoker and more added to our NEXT HYPE playlist

15.03.22

LISTEN TO FIVE OF OUR FAVOURITE TRACKS FROM THIS WEEK'S UPDATE SHOWCASING THE BEST NEW ARTISTS ABOUT

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

1. Nia Archives – ‘Part Of Me’

Ushering in a summer of jungle with her bouncy new single, rising songstress Nia Archives is quickly becoming one of the most promising youngsters on the scene. Taken from her recently released ‘Forbidden Feelingz’ EP, ‘Part Of Me’ is about losing yourself following the break down of a relationship and drops with a sun-soaked Brighton-based visual.

2. Overmono – ‘Gunk’

‘Gunk’ is the first track to be released from Overmono’s upcoming ‘Cash Romantic’ EP and sees the UK heavyweight duo raise the bar once again. Premiered at their spectacular, sold-out headline show at London’s York Hall last month, it’s a future-facing, contemporary celebration of sound system culture that’s set to be a mainstay on the dance floors this summer.

3. Provoker – ‘Body Jumper’

Following the release of their debut album ‘Body Jumper’ last year, Los Angeles post-punk band Provoker have returned with a 3-disc deluxe edition of the record. The newly shared eponymous track showcases what the group are all about, blending Joy Division-style bass lines with Robert Smith-influenced vocals to create something entirely their own.

4. M1llioz – ‘NGL’

Birmingham high-flyer M1llionz just broke his silence with new single ‘NGL’, an explosive UK drill offering which sees the rapper skip over an eery production with his trademark flow and relentless pen game. It’s yet another hit from an artist who seems incapable of missing right now.

5. Greentea Peng – ‘Your Mind’

‘Your Mind’ is Greentea Peng’s first release since dropping her debut album ‘MAN MADE’ back in June. Produced by Wu-Tang Clan collaborator Nat Powers, Jon Mills and Dom Carmelo, the songstress floats over a rich string-based instrumental with her golden melodies and thoughtful wordplay.

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