April’s Best New Music

Best new tracks April had to offer. This month has shown a lot of releases, something that we’re not usually blessed with. Future, Juice WRLD, Travis Scott, and more Lil Uzi… all in the span of three weeks?? It was probably to make up for the worst month of 2020 a.k.a. March.. Anyways, here’s a playlist of the best new music of April.

Dear April (Side A – Acoustic) – Frank Ocean

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Frank Ocean returned at the very beginning of April with two equally angelic acoustic singles. Dear April sounds like an thank you note to an old lover.

@ MEH – Playboi Carti

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Playboi Carti’s newest track features a playful, video-game like beat while he makes it known he’ll never shy away from confrontation. Featuring, you know, his legendary song-like rap.

No limits – Alex Mali

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OK, this song was released in 2019, but if you haven’t heard it by now; you’re missing out. Beautiful vocals over a beat that reminds you of a bright sunny morning, Alex Mali contrastively paints a picture of the crashing end of your first love experience. Like, what more could you ask for?

XS – Rina Sawayama

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Sawayama gives you major 2000’s pop singer vibes in the best way over a dynamic and almost story-telling beat. We see the inspiration. We love the creativity.

THE SCOTTS (feat. Kid Cudi) – Travis Scott

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If you don’t live under a rock, you’ve probably already heard of this track namely because everything Travis does, he does big. This song dropped during his Fortnite concert, performed by his new avatar on a stage placed over water. (Like who else could – I’ll stop myself right there; no one.) Anyways, the song features pre-Astroworld Travis vibes, which we’ve all missed.

Goodie Bag – Still Woozy

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Don’t slander me.. yea, this song is from 2017, BUT it’s chill beat and indie vocal overlays makes it undeniably perfect for quarantine – because let’s face it, what else are we doing besides relaxing? It’s elements are so creatively in sync, you almost – don’t notice it’s it a love song??

Tycoon – Future

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Spring and Fall are like Future prime time. In this song he reflects on his success and what it means for him and those around him. But obviously not in those concrete terms; it’s Future.

i want war (BUT I NEED PEACE) – Kali Uchis

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April brought us Kali Uchis’ new EP, a project filled with simple orchestral production and strong vocal runs with deep meaning. In this song she explores lost relationships but her unwillingness to go back to the past.

Drip Day N Night (feat. Gunna & Lil Keed) – Lil Gotit

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Thug’s favorite sons unite on a fire track. That’s all the description you really need. This comes from Lil Gotit’s new album ‘Hood Baby 2’, featuring a collection of big name features, and the unbelievably hard beats he’s known for.

Woo! – Remi Wolf

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Fairly new to the music scene, Remi Wolf puts up uniquely upbeat vocals over an unconventional beat. This makes for a creatively fun and equally catchy love song.

She Think – Buddy & Kent Jamz

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This soul-rich contemporary R&B track is distinctly for when you’re feeling deep in the honeymoon stage, riding with windows down on a sunny day. And literally nothing else.

Saab – Elah Hale

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Featuring angelic vocals and airy production, this song feels like the end of one of those movies that leave you in a pool of tears. But in a way that brings you peace. Ya know what I mean?

All In – Lil Baby

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Lil Baby showcases his new profound style, with multi-faceted beats and combination of sing-rap and his traditional constructed style. A new single that comes just a month after the drop of his new album.

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There you go, the best new music of April. Let’s see what May could possibly offer. For more things music, visit: http://greatnonsense.com/category/music/.

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