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.
Harrison f/MED & Guilty Simpson, “Bump”
Harrison enlists MED and Guilty Simpson, whose verses walk the line between optimistic and cynical, despite rapping over the Toronto producer’s lightweight, jazzy beat.
Charmaine f/Paris Richards, “Jeez (Remix)”
Paris Richards hops on the Jeez remix, adding her own bombastic flare to an already explosive track, even throwing in a Lizzie McGuire reference in her verse.
Lost, “Pont Champlain”
Montreal’s Lost is in album mode, releasing the guitar-led banger “Pont Champlain” ahead of his newest project Héritage, dropping in April.
Mike Shabb & Nicholas Craven, “Respectfully”
Continuing their streak of moody, sample-driven tracks, Montreal’s Mike Shabb and Nicholas Craven inch closer to the release of their long-awaited collaborative album with “Respectfully,” which sees Shabb nonchalantly flexing his rapping prowess.
Tei Shi, “Mona Lisa”
On the gentle “Mona Lisa,” Colombian-Canadian singer Tei Shi refuses to spare her ex as she tenderly throws insults his way, both directly and passively.
Mauvey, “I Dare You To Break”
The Vancouver artist’s dancefloor-ready “I Dare You To Break” features a sticky hook with a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it Wilhelm scream, bouncy production, and audacious lyrics.
J. Hutton, “Freak”
The title track of Toronto artist J. Hutton’s Freak EP is a sensual saxophone-led romp with slick vocals and jazzy musical backdrops.
Tawahum f/HK, “Lateral”
The Vancouver Łutselkʼe Dene, Plains Cree, Métis artist has a new album Bottled Lightning coming May 5. It’s about the artist’s protest against the Trans Mountain Pipeline, which resulted in their arrest and trial.