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.

Nav, “Lately”

On “Lately,” Nav finds solace in being alone and blocking out the noise over a faint spacey instrumental that sounds like the antithesis of a typical Nav song.

Roy Woods, “Don’t Love Me”

Roy Woods knows he’s not necessarily built for relationships and is only there for the short run. On the apocalyptic “Don’t Love Me,” the Toronto singer is dealing with the fallout of his decisions.

Daniel Caesar, “Let Me Go”

As Daniel Caesar continues to ramp up his releases ahead of his as-of-yet untitled third album, his songs are continuously more tender and vulnerable. “Let Me Go” might be the strongest of the bunch.


Haviah Mighty, “Honey Bun / Room Service”

Though both of these Haviah Mighty songs dropped not too long ago, the Toronto rapper released a double video celebrating both releases.

Chiiild, “Antidote”

“Antidote” continues Chiiild’s affinity for rock-inspired instrumentals to his already chameleon-like persona. The Montreal-multi-hyphenate continues to blur the lines of genres he tackles in a single song.

Boogey The Beat f/ Snotty Nose Rez Kids, “Run For Cover”

Anishinaabe DJ and producer Boogey The Beat enlists Snotty Nose Rez Kids on his latest single, “Run For Cover,” a bass-heavy distorted romp that sounds primed for a cyberpunk-inspired dystopia.

Marvin Caleb, “Company”

Despite the harsh freezes the winter has brought so far, Montreal’s Marvin Caleb’s latest single “Company” turns the heat up to the maximum with serene vocals and lyrics begging for togetherness.

B00sted, “Lose Anything”

British Columbia artist B00sted experiences his own reckoning on “Lose Anything” which sees him picking up the pieces of a failed relationship.

Rowena Fysx, “I Love Being Invisible”

Continuing the streak of velvety R&B is Toronto’s Rowena Fysx whose latest track “I Love Being Invisible” slows down the tempo and lets her lightweight feathery vocals lead the charge.