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Kali Uchis, Lil Uzi Vert and Pa Salieu have just dropped the sounds of your weekend, and they all feature in this week’s music round-up.

Kali Uchis
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Pa Salieu – “Afrikan Rebel”

Brining the rhythmic sounds to this week’s Wonderlist is artist Pa Salieu with his three-piece EP, “Afrikan Rebel”. Sizzling with summer-feeling sensibilities and bold instrumentation, tracks such as “Lit” and “Shining” promise to have you up on your feet and dancing the night away along to Pa’s masterfully penned narratives. And, with the likes of Tay Iwar & Zlatan and Obongjayar joining the artist on the project, it becomes all the more special.

Amaarae and Kali Uchis – “Sad Girlz Luv Money (Remix)”

Nothing beats a star-featuring makeover of an artist’s most beloved track. So, it is no wonder why we are obsessed with Amaarae’s “Sad Girlz Luv Money (Remix)”. In a bid to remind their fellow ladies to get their bags up, Amaarae and singing-sensation Kali Uchis have joined forces to give “Sad Girlz Luv Money” a seriously sexy upgrade. With Kali lending her ethereal tone to a set of newly-penned Spanish verses and Amaarae reminding us why she is next up in music with her distinct tone, the remix has shot itself straight to the top of our weekend playlist.

BXKS – “Mean Amount”

The UK has a hot new star, and her name is BXKS. Boasting a fresh flow and the backing of stars such as ENNY, the rapper has her sights set on industry domination, and new track “Mean Amount” is here to help her with this. With lyrics embedded in success and an energetic yet brazen energy flowing out of her, BXKS’s newest song offers an honest portrayal of her lived experience, all the while looking to the wonders of 00s sound for a nostalgic edge. Come and see a star on the rise!

Iann Dior and Lil Uzi Vert – “V 12”

What happens when a pair of elite rappers, both old and new, come together? You get a track like “V12”. Featuring the infamous sound of Lil Uzi Vert, the now-viral tone of Iann Dior and a catchy chorus sure to implant itself in your brain, the bouncy cut is a stellar example of the pure talent that is currently flowing out of the American music scene. And, with a trippy music video offering the scenes of rap’s current superstar posing alongside its next, the project becomes undeniably iconic.

Adeline – “Stages”

Who is ready to groove? French-Caribbean singer and producer Adeline is bursting onto the scene with the funky new track “Stages”. Littered with retro sensibilities that are most noticeable in its serene production, the artist’s new track is the ultimate Sunday sound that boasts harmonious backing vocals and KAMAUU’s Chance The Rapper-esque approach to spitting bars. Warm-toned and undeniably infectious, “Stages” is the official dance-worthy sound of your weekend.

Eden Rain – “Being Human”

With cuffing season fast approaching, many have love on the brain, including left-pop artist Eden Rain. And, having used her current fascination with all things feelings to inspire her music, Eden drops the ‘missing you’ track “Being Human”. With lyrics rooted in the feelings associated with being comfortable and connected with a loved one, the track hopes to infect those who hear it with upbeat production, while also spotlighting Eden’s distinctive blend of pop and R&B. So, if you are in the mood for love, Eden has got you covered.

Ofenbach and Ella Henderson – “Hurricane”

There was only one way to end this week’s Wonderlist, and it was with the club-ready track “Hurricane”. Dreamed up by the Parisian producer duo Ofenbach, the new dance hit hopes to transport its listeners to the party with fist pump-inducing production. And, with Ella Henderson’s heavenly sound laying over the pair’s creation, the track cements itself as one of the most infectious drops of the week.

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