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.

Planet Giza, “Quiet On The Set"

Montreal rap trio Planet Giza prepare itself for their next album Ready When You Are with “Quiet On The Set.” The jazzy-yet-funky single floats thanks to Tony Stone’s feathery vocals and bouncy production.

Zenesoul, “Let Me Go”

Brampton-via-Nigeria singer Zenesoul returns with “Let Me Go” which details her wanting to leave a toxic situation with a man who can’t move on.

Jazz Cartier, “+4416”

Toronto rapper Jazz Cartier sounds as self-assured as ever on “+4416.” Focusing on wordplay and deceiving bars, Cartier’s verses burn with confidence and slick execution.

Lou Phelps, “White Flower”

Montreal rapper Lou Phelps’ latest single “White Flower” shimmers in its eclectic beat and sprightly verses. Phelps, no stranger to the funk aesthetic, continues to master his craft.

Dozie f/ Kuzi Cee, “TNT”

The summertime-ready “TNT” from Calgary rapper Dozie turns the temperature up for a steamy affair featuring a magnetic guest appearance from Kuzi Cee.

Tasha Angela, “The One”

The deceptively titled “The One” flips the script on the idea of a person finding their most perfect match. Though the Toronto singer rejects the idea, she hasn’t lost hope. Her sultry vocals over the guitar-led beat show her optimism without fully falling head-over-heels for her new flame.

Chris LaRocca, “Deep End”

Toronto multihyphenate Chris LaRocca’s new single “Deep End” feels like a digital catastrophe in the best way. The song’s booming bass pairs well with LaRocca’s anxious vocals and paranoid lyrics.

Madchild x Reyes, “All Good”

It’s a West Coast collab between Vancouver’s Reyes and Swollen Member Madchild on “All Good,” a track about not paying attention to the kind of people who only show up when you’re up and are M.I.A. when you’re down.

Moula 1st, “Sixteen”

Hardest track of the week goes to Toronto’s Moula 1st, who’s making trips to the dentist even though he never smiles.