It’s hard to keep up with new tracks every week. With a bevy of songs being released every day, we made a list highlighting new tracks from Canadian artists.
Roy Woods, “Young Boy Problems”
OVO’s Roy Woods runs into problems that most would probably consider blessings. His biggest issue on “Young Boy Problems,” however, is finding a love that can bring him back to life.
Victory, “I Understand”
Calgary singer Victory returns with “I Understand,” a hazy stream of thoughts that sees her realize she’s better off on her own.
Toronto rapper Duvy’s latest might sound like one of his more lowkey singles, though his raps are anything but.
Nate Husser, “Lemons”
Montreal rapper Nate Husser truly is making lemonade from the lemons he grew for himself. Even through all the hurdles in his way, Husser refuses to relent.
Thehonestguy, “Sometimes I Cry”
“Sometimes I Cry,” the latest from Toronto-via-Nigeria singer Thehonestguy mashes up the tenderness of R&B with the soulful evocations of doo-wop music.
Kavale, “Eye Language”
On the introspective “Eye Language,” Toronto rapper Kavale raps about the moving world too fast to be able to process the now.
Lady SB, “Baddest Alive”
“Baddest Alive” is a test of confidence for Toronto’s Lady SB, who wastes no time boasting about the love she receives from everyone in her life.
Yas 21, “Do It 4 Yas”
Thinly treading the line between EDM and hip-hop, Toronto artist Yas 21’s deep voice drives the song’s hook from nighttime madness all the way to the dance floor.
Sameer Amir, “4 Me Baby”
On the nocturnal “4 Me Baby” from Toronto artist Sameer Amir doesn’t want his girl to see anybody but him.
OG Compass, “Sunny”
Toronto rapper OG Compass may have named his latest track “Sunny,” but the track is darker than its title would have you believe. Compass’ relaxed flow meshes nicely with the woozy instrumental.