Jordy Asher, better known by his stage name Boots and the maestro behind a majority of Beyoncé's incredible self-titled album has up and released two new records today for fans to enjoy. The first, "Howl," finds Boots crooning over groovy synth. The other record, "Autumn (Lude 1)," is a bit more straight-forward, with Boots delivering a rap-like cadence and describing a relationship that wasn't meant to be. Halfway through the song slows down, and Boots sounds more in tune with his feelings as it comes to a somber close. Check out both records below.

UPDATE: 3/11/14 8:00PM: The featured vocalist on the middle section of "Autumn (Lude 1)" is reportedly Kelela.

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