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.

Gustavo Guaapo, “Brown Bills”

Crooning over Shiesty Beatz’s morose, piano-led instrumental, Toronto rapper Gustavo Guaapo’s life-or-death raps and hungry flows evoke a continuous sense of urgency.

Liyah Katana, “STR8”

Toronto singer Liyah Katana’s latest single is an ode to solidarity, finding strength in herself rather than searching for validation in others.

Kofi f/ Dom Vallie, “Fly With Me”

Kofi’s latest EP Just to Piss You Off begins with the Toronto artist yearning for an old flame. Dom Vallie’s confident verse adds a fiery layer to the track.

Doressa, “Curtains”

Recovering from heartache, Ottawa singer Doressa brushes her ex to the side to focus on her growth and, most importantly, her peace.

Swavy, “Side Eye”

Swavy’s lovelorn new single “Side Eye” sees the Toronto crooner passively dismissing his partner’s constant lies and hoping she stops playing games with him.

Nonso Amadi f/ Zinoleesky, “Lock Up”

Ahead of Canadian-Nigerian singer Nonso Amadi’s next album When It Blooms comes his latest single “Lock Up.” The summer-ready track boasts an animated visualizer with a guest appearance from Nigerian singer Zinoleesky.

Mouraine, “Tonight”

Mouraine returns with “Tonight,” a hopeful onslaught of raps that sees the Edmonton rapper listing his aspirations.

Basi Azul, “MTL M’s”

On Toronto-via-Nigeria-and-Ghana singer Basi Azul’s “MTL M’s,” the Toronto artist recounts a party-laden trip to Montreal. The fluttering beat provides a nocturnal, club-ready vibe.

Grabbz, “Walk With Me”

“Walk With Me” echoes the dense raps of the 90s, showing Toronto rapper Grabbz’s affinity for layered thoughts and boastful quips.

AK-Slim f/ Country Wizzy, “My Stylist”

Vancouver-based AK-Slim—originally from Calgary-via-Tanzania—teams up with Country Wizzy on the slick “My Stylist,” with the verses bouncing between English and Swahili.

Lavi$h, “We Make Sense”

The Toronto-via-Winnipeg Def Jam signee follows up “World In My Hands” with more fire.